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3) Chief judges retain the authority to control the use of electronic devices in any area of the courthouse when the use of such devices would be disruptive to the judicial proceeding, be contrary to the orderly administration of justice, violate the rule of sequestration of witnesses, interfere with court security, or violate the privacy rights of litigants, witnesses, or other participants in the judicial proceeding.
The trustee/executor discovered that the trust did not qualify as a charitable remainder unitrust but never instituted a judicial proceeding in state court to reform the trust.
However, Justice Ginsburg joined Justices Breyer, Stevens, and Souter in Part II of the dissenting opinion, which argued that Article 36 of the Vienna Convention grants individual rights to a foreign national that may be invoked in a judicial proceeding, an issue the majority opinion declined to decide.
official proceeding not connected with a pending judicial proceeding is
Silberman, an expert in interjurisdictional legal conflicts, believes policies like Oklahoma's may violate the Constitution's Full Faith and Credit Clause, which says "Full Faith and Credit shall be given in each State to the public Acts, Records, and judicial Proceedings of every other State.
Again, the statute provides the Chief Counsel may not delegate this authority and that a taxpayer cannot have a refusal to rescind a penalty reviewed in any administrative or judicial proceeding.
And if indeed he did not exaggerate, then what do his quotidian tasks and workload tell us about the municipal criminal justice system, especially the nature of judicial proceedings, at a critical time of rapid urban growth, expanding poverty, and government and elite fears of social disorder and popular unrest in the capital of the Viceroyalty of New Spain?
Our legal system rightly assumes that individuals whose interests are at stake in a judicial proceeding will be better off with legal assistance," said Bernard Perlmutter, director of the Children and Youth Law Clinic at the University of Miami, a Foundation grantee.
The accounting firm moved for summary judgment, citing section 47(b) of the California Civil Code, which says, "A privileged publication or broadcast is one made [in any] judicial proceeding.
TJX") of Framingham, Massachusetts enjoining TJX from filing any judicial proceeding or lawsuit against Alexander Smith, other than making a claim for arbitration with the American Arbitration Association.
However, a tax liability covered under the OIC that involves any judicial proceeding will suspend the 24-month period.
The bill would restrict database access to a criminal justice agency, a judicial proceeding, a defendant if the DNA profile is in conjunction with the charge and for academic and research purposes if personal identifications are removed.
In a statement issued here, Chidambaram said: "I have today directed NIA and the other Agencies concerned in the case to quickly prepare the documents necessary to start a judicial proceeding in which Indian Authorities could require David Coleman Headley to answer questions or to testify.
The reason for it is you don't want to spawn collateral litigation based on allegations that are made in a judicial proceeding.
The TEFRA provisions were enacted to allow all issues on the tax treatment of partnership items to be resolved in a single administrative or judicial proceeding at the partnership level, eliminating multiple proceedings at the partner level; see Sec.