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Sheldon Goldman, Reagan's Judicial Legacy: Completing the Puzzle and Summing Up, 72 JUDICATURE 318, 322 (1989); see also Biographical Directory of Judges, http://www.
Shafi'i, Maliki and Hanbali Schools provide and insist that this requirement should be available in the person who conducts the judicature.
Cynthia Gray, director of the Center for Judicial Ethics of the American Judicature Society, described the range of potential actions the judicial conduct commission might take, ranging from a private reprimand (the least severe) to removal proceedings against the judge (the most severe).
The petitioner, a freelance journalist, stated that under the Constitution CJP is not bound to consult any one in either the Executive or the Judicature.
The collection Quincy's papers has come to what the editors suggest may by the most unique and important volumes: his reports on cases of the Superior Court of Judicature of the Province of Massachusetts Bay, the oldest court in continental America and ancestor of today's Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts.
He became the Chief Justice of the Gujarat High Court on the 16th July, 1998 and was transferred to the High Court of Judicature at Madras and assumed charge there as Chief Justice on the 9th September, 1999.
And have not the legal challenges mounted by the Ahmedis (admittedly a long time ago) against the offending legislation all been summarily dismissed by our judicature using convoluted and disingenuous arguments?
6) The event brought together the authors published in this Issue as well as California Supreme Court Chief Justice Ronald George, who delivered the keynote address, which is published in this Issue, Professor Bruce Cain of the University of California-Berkeley, former California Assembly Speaker pro Tempore Fred Keeley, Steven Miller of Hanson Bridgett, LLP, Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Alan Page, former Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Clifford Taylor, Bert Brandenburg of Justice at Stake, and Cynthia Gray of the American Judicature Society.
We have seen rapid growth in our judicature over the years, so IJTP provides us with the perfect opportunity to properly direct our efforts in our field," said Dr Jamal Alsumaiti, director general of Dubai Judicial Institute.
Use of the Albanian language in judicature is limited.
Lord Justice Robin Jacob of the Supreme Court of Judicature disagreed: He ruled that the potatoe-ness of Pringles is a "matter of overall impression," and his impression is that they're potato chips, and taxable--which means Procter & Gamble now owes the government $160 million in potato chip taxes.
Frckoski notes that, if the opposition wants to win over these voters, it must prepare a program for reforms in the judicature and political system, which would be presented publicly at a peaceful press conference.
They argue that Macedonia has made progress in five of eight benchmarks, but warn that three benchmarks are still critical: judicature, public administration, and fight against corruption.
Vice-President Barrot praised Macedonia's progress in the visa liberalization process and he extolled the state's results in fulfilling the guidelines in the spheres of judicature and internal affairs.
The case was tried before five judges of the state's Superior Court of Judicature, which would later become the Supreme Judicial Court, 81 years before the creation of the Massachusetts Superior Court in 1859.