Supreme Court of the United States

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the highest federal court in the United States

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On Monday, Radev told the Bulgarian daily Dnevnik that he had no idea his spouse had been selected for the job and firmly denied any conflict of interests regarding the proposed texts on the grounds the changes would affect only judges while his wife is going to work for the administration of the Court.
In fact, the Florida Constitution vests responsibility for the administration of the court with the chief judge, who carries out these duties with the assistance of a professional court administrator and the administrator's staff.
The chief justice has substantial additional duties, relating to both the administration of the court itself, but also as to the branch," Hall said.
He then offers chapters discussing the Court's jurisdiction, the means by which jurisdiction is triggered, admissibility of cases, general principles of criminal law, investigation and pre-trial procedure, trial and appeal, punishment, victim participation and concerns, and the structure and administration of the Court.
A spokesman for Channel 5 said: 'We are convinced that the content of the programme could in no way harm these young babies or the proper administration of the court proceedings.
The clerk of court shall perform all responsibilities required by law and provide such other services for the efficient and proper administration of the court as may be required by administrative order or local rule.
Request for quotations: execution of works on the development of working documentation to retrofit monitoring system with cctv, analysis and administration of the courts of st.
The National Center for State courts--which researches, studies and reports on judicial systems in the 50 states--has informed us that no other state in the nation has a constitutional provision giving a legislature ultimate authority over administration of the courts.
Canady praised chief circuit and district court of appeal judges, who, he said, carry out the day-to-day administration of the courts.
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