''The exercise of appreciation of evidence in this case by the high court has, thus, been found by us to be laconic and misreading
and non-reading of the record which led the LHC to a serious error of judgement, occasioning failure of justice and clamouring for interference in the matter by the Supreme Court,'' the verdict had stated.
'The exercise of appreciation of evidence in this case by the High Court has, thus, been found by us to be laconic and misreading
and non-reading of the record by the High Court has been found by us to have led the said Court into a serious error of judgment occasioning failure of justice and clamouring for interference in the matter by this Court,' the top court observed.
The verdict says a judgement of acquittal suffering from serious misreading
or non-reading of the evidence materially affecting the final outcome of the case is nothing short of being perverse and, hence, not immune from interference.
zzzzzzzzzzz Sep 23-Oct 23 LIBRA YOU'LL be unexpectedly arrested this week when, due to a policeman misreading
the sign outside your French patisserie, you're nicked for making and selling bombes.
Akinjide Akinleye sparked a major scandal in 2005 by misreading
a fifth of the heart scans he carried out at a hospital in Bury.
The noncalorific natural sweetener was discovered after the simple misreading
of an instruction, which called for lab staff to test a sugar compound.
And although not every abuse of Scripture is malicious, no misreading
is completely innocuous.
Leeman can convincingly cite Twombly's rejection of that interpretive cliche inasmuch as the artist has indeed become increasingly tired of the misreading
of his drawings as graffiti (ever since his first exhibition in Rome was compared by one critic to the defaced walls of Roman public toilets).
His barrister James Evans accepted the victim was a stranger to Bunce, but he was attracted to her and was misreading
the signals because of his sexual immaturity.
In the fourth and fifth cases, placement of the devices was bilateral, but on review, it turned out there was subsequent misreading
of radiographic criteria.
JOHN'S -- Memorial University will not have to pay $800,000 for negligence to a former student who was investigated because of suspicion of child abuse, resulting from a misreading
of a term paper.
The box was marked 'expedited' for quick delivery, but the good nuns, misreading
the label, revered the relics and the veneration began.