finding of fact

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(law) the findings of a jury on issues of fact submitted to it for decision

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(7.) The argument in the article is directed only at those provisions of the Illinois statute requiring a finding of fact, rather than a prior conviction, to impose consecutive sentences.
Some reviewers who have never read all three published opinions of the court and who have relied on the Final Opinion and Finding of Fact only fail to realize that the issue of forage on the ranch as a whole was settled in my favor in 1993.
In the current case, the district court never made a finding of fact as to the need for AHP to acquire foreign partners to engage in the transactions.
It does not amount to a finding of fact but is to protect the public.
The Court rejected this argument, noting that an award of punitive damages does not itself constitute a finding of fact.
Aside from the uncertainty injected into section 419A(c)(2) by the Tax Court's test, the court's finding of fact regarding the consultant's participation in the VEBA plan design casts a shadow on a well-settled principle that a taxpayer's intent to minimize its taxes is not an issue for judicial scrutiny.(1)
(12) Importantly, however, "a court shall not substitute its judgment for that of the agency as to the weight of the evidence any disputed finding of fact." (13)