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This sentence was high, but, in our judgment, it was not manifestly excessive.
Importantly, the new processes will streamline procedures for claimants who are likely to be manifestly eligible and expedite their claims.
Under Section 2 of Republic Act 1379, whenever any public officer or employee has acquired during his incumbency an amount of property which is manifestly out of proportion to his salary as such public officer and to his other lawful income and the income from legitimately acquired property, said property shall be presumed prima facie to have been unlawfully acquired,' Morales said in a resolution approved December 2016.
It is manifestly shameful behaviour and they have embarrassed the force.
The court therefore considered his complaint to be manifestly ill-founded pursuant to Article 35 of the Convention and declared the application inadmissible.
Judge Russell, also sitting with Mr Justice Phillips on the three-strong panel, said: "The sentence was manifestly excessive and, on any view, consideration should have been given as to whether a custodial sentence was necessary.
He said: "The issue is whether or not a sentence after trial of 30 months' imprisonment can be described as manifestly excessive for a man who engages in sexual intercourse with a 16-year-old who was his step-daughter.
But Mr Justice Bean said: "We are unable to say that it was manifestly excessive or even arguably so.
He says he grew up in a Neath community which had manifestly modern South Walian values, but he doesn't say if they considered themselves Welsh.
We have a real crisis that demands real solutions, and Cameron, with his shallowness, his disinclination to think seriously, his laziness and his 'chillaxing', is manifestly not up to the job" - TV historian David Starkey.
A MINIMUM 22-year jail sentence imposed on a man for stabbing to death a reputed drug dealer was manifestly excessive, the Court of Appeal ruled yesterday.
Mr Justice Smith concluded: "It is our view that the minimum term is not manifestly excessive.