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close sociological study of a maladjusted person or family for diagnosis and treatment

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Kathryn Lawcock, a casework manager at the Sale office, was accused online by Mr Wilby of being part of a 'coven' and a 'witchcraft follower' and accused her of having 'an improper relationship' with a police superintendent.
She said: "Our casework indicates that there is a wide variation in the quality of NHS investigations into serious cases such as complaints about potential avoidable harm.
2m initiative passed a significant milestone this week as the Planning Casework Team decided not to call in the application, paving the way for planning consent to be granted as approved by the committee on September 18.
8220;Our clients will benefit from the added advantage of the comprehensive services in casework, educational resources, and laboratory products that our companies now provide,” he noted.
They don't take into account the Massive variety in the kind of casework that different MPs get and only represent a tiny fraction of enquiries.
The New York State Police (NYSP) Forensic Investigation Center (FIC) in Albany has received Forensic Commission approval to use TrueAllele technology for forensic casework.
The launch of the Shield Casework solid surface product line came about in 2011, the result of an R&D project by the Innovation Lab at Dimensional Innovations.
We also gave assistance to a further 26 women who did not engage in full casework.
HM chief inspector of the CPS, Michael Fuller QPM, said: "The common thread throughout this report is the need to improve the quality and timeliness of casework preparation, particularly in the magistrates' courts.
Catrin Evans, Head of CPS Cymru-Wales' Complex Casework Unit, said: "The CPS Cymru-Wales Complex Casework Unit has been working alongside South Wales Police as their investigation into a suspected fraudulent insurance selling operation has developed.
They discuss their physics and chemistry; the detection of hidden explosives; effects on structures and people; aircraft sabotage and explosion scene investigations; casework management; the role of forensic scientists; chromatography; analysis by mass and infrared spectrometry; the relationship to forensic pathology; and presentation of casework evidence.
The Teutopolis, IL-based company helps define the term "mass customization," both in its role as an OEM supplier of laminated panels and components to companies in the office furniture, store fixture, cabinet and closet industries, and as a manufacturer of laminate and veneer casework for the educational and healthcare markets.
Liberal Democrat Norman Lamb, a parliamentary aide to Nick Clegg, admitted falling asleep while doing casework as a marathon debate on the Finance Bill stretched on until 4am.
A majority of casework is currently conducted outside of the office--at hospitals, the client's residence, or in courts.
It reported a 43% rise in the amount of individual casework advice provided in the first half of 2009, compared with the same period in 2008.