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It was six months before Al Qaeda flew jets into New York's World Trade Centre buildings, killing almost 3,000 people, that Straw and Clarke asked parliament to proscribe it along with 20 other groups.
He accepted the demands of the proscribed organisation regarding CNICs, inexplicably delayed proscribing terrorist organisations, and did not proscribe a well known terrorist organisation,' says the report.
But Barry Macdonald QC, his opposing lawyer, argued there was no doubt the RIRA was a terrorist group but the fact it was not officially recognised was the fault of the state, who had failed to proscribe it in the 1990s.
Last week the Home Secretary also took action to proscribe Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).
01 of Canon 1 of the Code of Professional Responsibility which proscribes a lawyer from engaging in unlawful, dishonest, immoral or deceitful conduct, and Rule 7.
In order to avoid some of the polarization, misunderstanding and misrepresentation that characterizes much debate over such issues, and to persuade citizens of the reasonableness of the Court's (and Chemerinsky's) general aims, unusual care is warranted in our summary statements of what constitutional law prescribes--and proscribes.
For example, the federal Wire Fraud Act proscribes using the wires to further a fraudulent scheme.