fair hearing


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a hearing that is granted in extraordinary situations where the normal judicial process would be inadequate to secure due process because the person would be harmed or denied their rights before a judicial remedy became available (as in deportation or loss of welfare benefits)

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Khaminwa accused the Immigration department of failing to give Miguna a fair hearing.
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What we want is a fair hearing in front of an independent panel.
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Everybody's entitled to a fair hearing, whatever you think of them, whatever you've seen.
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It said that the new regulatory system outlined in the Bill would not comply with the right to a fair hearing under Article 6 of the Convention.
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The group said asylum-seekers are suffering from inhumane conditions and are not getting a fair hearing on refugee claims.
But a Glasgow tribunal ruled that Leckenby, of Kirkintilloch, near Glasgow, did not receive a fair hearing.
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