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judge beforehand, especially without sufficient evidence

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The United States opposes all unilateral actions, including West Bank settlement activity and housing construction in East Jerusalem, as they complicate efforts to resume direct, bilateral negotiations, and risk prejudging the outcome of those negotiations," Toner said in a statement.
Smith said everyone was entitled to debate the terms of an economic rescue plan, but Merkley had gone too far in prejudging the plan and Smith's position on it.
In the civil trial, Blake's attorneys claimed jurors ignored the judge's instructions by discussing the case before deliberations and prejudging the facts.
This volume primarily addresses globalization as a force for change--without prejudging the extent of the force or, certainly, its quality.
The Prime Minister's official spokesman warned against prejudging the Gleneagles gathering on the basis of the talks.
Mr Hamilton, who lost his seat at Tatton at the last General Election, said that if Mr Hague was prejudging legal actions then "he is putting the cart before the horse and pronouncing sentence before trial".
Rodu also questions the received wisdom about the hazards of environmental tobacco smoke, noting that the evidence is open to question and that the Environmental Protection Agency has been criticized for prejudging the issue.
Today, Germany's mainstream parties are carrying on a so-called "debate" about asylum, prejudging the question by the way they frame it: are German immigration laws too liberal?
ENDESA trusts that public opinion and markets will be aware that the filing of proceedings bears no presumption of guilt, rather it is an administrative action to probe the existence of possible responsibilities or otherwise, not prejudging any infringement on the part of ENDESA or its officers.
Estrada said prejudging the outcome of the hearing was "unfair" to him and his colleagues implicated in the scandal.
The senator accused Guingona of prejudging the Senate hearing last Thursday where Tuason admitted that she personally delivered kickbacks to Estrada's office in 2008.
The Tory politician is accused of prejudging the outcome of a police investigation into his close friend and colleague Damian Green MP.
The mum-of-seven was remanded as police warned residents on her estate against prejudging the case of Shannon's alleged kidnap.
I can't recall Sam prejudging an issue or reaching arbitrary conclusions.