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In the perjury cases against him, the OMB found probable cause to indict Corona, who asked the court to review the public prosecutor's finding of probable cause in the hope the information would be quashed.
The Court addressed the scope of the search under the exception and held that probable cause to search a lawfully stopped vehicle empowered the officers to search "every part of the vehicle and its contents" (13) that might contain the item(s) for which the officers have probable cause to search.
10) If guidance is needed in these areas, TEI supports a presumption that, when applying FAS 5 paragraph 38 to loss contingencies related to tax positions, the enterprise must assume that (1) it is probable that a position will be examined by the relevant taxing authority and (2) the position will be challenged if there is a reasonable basis for a challenge.
Testing has now been completed on two of the remaining probable cases and one has tested positive for the Sars corona virus.
Orderly liquidation value represents a professional opinion of the estimated most probable price expressed in terms of cash in U.
Expensing all advertising costs in the periods they are incurred or the first time the advertising takes place, unless it is direct-response advertising that results in probable future economic benefits.
I'm no lawyer, but my understanding is that the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution specifies that you must have probable cause to be able to do a search that does not violate an American's right against unlawful searches and seizures.
Beijing, China, experienced the world's largest outbreak of SARS in spring 2003 with 2,521 reported probable cases.
The Supreme Court has recognized, however, that there are circumstances in which its preference for searches based upon probable cause and conducted under the authority of warrants is impracticable.
The Tax Court, however, held that the taxpayers failed to prove that it was more probable than not that they would be called on to pay the contingent liabilities in question.
If, based on a regulator's action, it is probable the utility will recover the future increase in taxes payable represented by this deferred tax liability through a rate revenue increase, a regulatory asset is recognized.
The court found that "arguable probable cause" exists if either it was objectively reasonable for an officer to believe that probable cause existed, or if officers of reasonable competence could disagree on whether the probable cause test was met.

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