The point of this Part has been that nothing in Casey or in any other judicial exposition of the doctrine of stare
decisis establishes the doctrine as anything other than a rule of policy and practice.
s (1996) research, except that they found that "peep hole" was rated as lower than "window" in terms of potentially feeling stares
, even though a peep hole would not attenuate an extramission signal and should therefore be rated higher if extramission was the explanation.
26) In Part II, we take up the task of determining whether the justifications for the doctrine of stare
decisis support affording secret opinions of this type binding precedential force.
decisis is the "central case" (12) of the stare
decisis rule because, in the absence of compliance by the lower court, there is a high likelihood that the lower court's decision will be overruled.
Quoting Sans Soleil in the wall text to "I Stare
1," Marker describes May '68 as "The 'utopia of uniting in a common struggle those who revolt against poverty and those who revolt against wealth'"--leaving us to wonder at the chances of such a union today.
Neighbor Mike McCrea, a city firefighter, helps LAPD investigators bring out three dogs left unharmed at the scene of a triple slaying in the 17000 block of Stare
Street in Northridge.
The EDA of MS's participants was significantly higher in stare
than in no-stare
trials (effect size [es] = .
If one has a theory of stare
decisis that permits precedent decisions to have genuine decision-altering weight (3)--that is, if precedents dictate different results than the interpreter otherwise would reach in the absence of such precedents--then stare
decisis corrupts the otherwise "pure" constitutional decision-making process.
This program enables colleges and universities to integrate PeopleSoft's industry-leading enterprise software into their classroom curricula more quickly and cost effectively," says John Webster, PeopleSoft programs director at Dakota Stare
But in Barker's view, the farmland production of opium poppies, which in turn funds the private armies of warlords, poses an even greater threat to security for more details on the stare
of Afghanistan's postconflict environment, see "Environmental Triage in Afghanistan," EHP 111:A470-A473].
They should stare
and wonder, but not "at us, as though by our own power or piety we had made this man walk.
The opinion states that "invariably he would stare
directly at her for at least several seconds and, eventually, for 5 or 10 minutes at a time.
As they eat their lunches on a bench and make small talk, Trina suddenly springs on him, brandishing her best feminist orthodoxy with fury and precision: "You stare
at me and imagine me naked.
As a radical Modernist, who believed that architecture had a role to play in designing a more egalitarian society, Stare
was doomed to repeated disillusionment with the environmental politics of the various countries in which he worked; first in pre-war Frankfurt, subsequently in the Soviet Union and post-war East Germany and finally in the Netherlands.
Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) and ITT Exelis (NYSE: XLS) are nearing completion and testing of Vigilant Stare
, a manned aircraft-based Wide-Area Persistent Surveillance (WAPS) concept demonstrator.