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sub judice

‘under judicial consideration’. The legislation governing contempt of court controls publication of such matters.
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With the PET Sub Judice order, there will be no more press conferences, no more presentations of evidence in public forums.
If the issue is sub judice, then why it is brought on the floor of the assembly,' he said.
Citing these limitations, the Law and Justice Division emphasised that it could not advise the issuance of a notification for fixing drug prices in sub judice cases.
During the course of proceedings, Justice Amir remarked that how a lower court could hear a matter as according to his knowledge identical petitions were sub judice before the apex court.
Committee was told that from 1991 todate 1420 cases are sub judice.
Such public utterances also tend to violate the sub judice rule,' she said in her motion filed through her lawyer Teddy Rigoroso.
During the course of hearing, counsel for another petitioner Advocate Khalid Mehmood asked the court that politicians must not comment on sub judice matters.
Foreign Office FO spokeswoman Tasneem Aslam said the matter of Dr Afridi was sub judice, and it would not accept America's demand of Dr Afridi's release in exchange of aid, Dawn News reports.
The matter must now be regarded as sub judice pending its proceedings and no further statement will be issued in the interim.
He expects others to respect the sub judice principle, and he notes that under the party rules concerned it is for any case made against him to be proved by evidence to the requisite standard.
If they release the movie while the matter is sub judice they would be inviting proceedings under contempt of court, too.
The BCCI cannot afford to comment on the issue which is sub judice, but then it heightens the confusion about the composition of teams for the forthcoming edition of cricket's biggest cash bash.