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Under Iranian interpretation of Sharia law, a court may overrule a male guardian's decision relating to a daughter or wife.
This Article seeks to shed some light on a comparatively rare, but important issue in constitutional jurisprudence: Under what circumstances does the Supreme Court formally overrule one of its own significant constitutional precedents within the same judicial generation as the announcement of the precedent?
Conclusion Trans Sonic is more likely to relish a protracted battle than Overrule so is worth siding with.
The court proceeded to cite numerous cases in support of its ability and willingness to overrule its own precedents, sua sponte, or otherwise).
9) I do not think Americans necessarily need to wait twenty or thirty years to overrule Roe.
I said: 'How could you overrule a line that far away?
I said `How could you overrule a line that far away?
The willingness of the new bench to overrule past precedent indicates that, at least to some degree, the justices are shielded from the political backlash which can result from challenging the status quo in South Carolina.
2 was the victim of a cruel overrule that handed Justine HeninHardenne the winning break of serve in the Australian Open final yesterday.
After all, when judges overrule a previous decision, they do more than disagree with that decision; they assert an individual position and reject the external substantiation of their opinion.
21] The Court determined that Congress intended to overrule Miranda because [ss] 3501 requires merely voluntariness--not the four warnings--as the determining factor as to whether a statement will be admissible.
The taxpayer ombudsman now has the expanded authority to issue taxpayer assistance orders (TAOs), which few IRS officials will have the authority to overrule.
It's what Freud called the "daemonic character": "a principle powerful enough to overrule the pleasure-principle, lending to certain aspects of the mind their daemonic character.
The decision also noted that Complete Auto Transit had no direct effect on Bellas Hess; Complete Auto Transit did not overrule all bright-line tests but merely consolidated previous rulings and exalted substance over form in a single context.
We are in no position to overrule anything the committees decide, even if we wished to.