protected person

protected person

a head of state or plenipotentiary or representative of a state or international organization is a protected person under the Internationally Protected Persons Act 1978. The Act makes certain conduct directed at such persons criminal.
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Massachusetts case law empowers a guardian to initiate a divorce action on behalf of the protected person.
The security of both Salahuddin and Saeed has been increased manifold in the recent past and can be compared to that of the Pakistan Army chief, who is the most protected person in neighboring country," top intelligence sources told M AIL T ODAY .
Mr Fahy said the UK Home Office were dealing with Murray as a protected person and has been openly living in Strabane and in regular contact with a senior PSNI officer.
Jantjie stood only feet away from many of them, including the most heavily protected person on the planet - US president Barack Obama.
Melis Erjigitov added that the Prime Minister, as a protected person, was under the guard during the leave.
Hussain was a protected person and had contested the 2008 local elections from Sopore constituency as an independent candidate.
Victims and witnesses given protected person status will be supported by the new UK Protected Persons Service, victims minister Helen Grant said.
Now Miss Millett, designated a protected person unable to manage her own affairs, is claiming damages from Jeremy Hallett, of Cripps Avenue, Cefn Golau, Tredegar.
9) As a result, international jurisprudence is moving towards giving protected person status under Geneva Convention IV, Article 4 to ethnic, religious, or tribal groups that are victims at the hands of their own nation.
And doesn't Article 33 say that no protected person may be punished for an offence he or she did not personally commit?
60) The GC protections may vary according to whether the protected person is an "enemy alien" within the domestic territory of a belligerent state or on foreign territory occupied by a belligerent state.
willfully causing great suffering or serious injury to body or health, unlawful deportation or transfer or unlawful confinement of a protected person, or willfully depriving a protected person of the rights of fair and regular trial, .