surrounding facts

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Nothing of the surrounding facts have ever been heard in court but 43-year-old nurse Jayne died in Charlotte's arms after an incident at the house in Mornington Lane early on December 25.
Since structuring payments to evade reporting is a violation on its own, the recipient must consider the surrounding facts to determine whether structuring has occurred requiring the filing of a Form 8300.
The possession of three or more copies of such [photograph] [motion picture] [exhibition] [show] [representation] [presentation] may justify a finding of an intent to promote if, from all the surrounding facts and circumstances, you are convinced beyond a reasonable doubt that the intent existed.
'The totality of the surrounding facts established provided more than sufficient probable cause to support the attendance of evident premeditation on the part of the suspects to kill Mayor Espinosa, carried out under the pretense of serving a search warrant,' Poe added.
However, for the CCI: "When seen collectively in the background of surrounding facts and circumstances, they only appear to be a part of the bigger plan strategy of Roche Group to eliminate competition posed by biosimilars to Roche's products in the relevant market."
As in the proposed regulations, the final regulations provide that the determination of whether a particular asset not included in the safe harbor lists is treated as another inherently permanent structure is based on all of the surrounding facts and circumstances.
An amount is not subject to a substantial risk of forfeiture if the surrounding facts and circumstances indicate that the condition is unlikely to be enforced.
And once you've made the case for change by sharing the problems and the surrounding facts, they will be very interested in how you can help.
"This reflects a lack of understanding for the fundamental nature of things and a disregard for the surrounding facts and settled controlling principles.
To apply a principle correctly, one must recognize the purpose of the action in question, and one must apply the principle with respect to both that purpose and the surrounding facts.
All of the analyses of ethical failures throughout the book are accompanied by a thorough, concise recitation of the surrounding facts and circumstances.
Before I explore the contents of the book, I will note three surrounding facts that are symptomatic of the times.