Next, it is unquestionable that intentional violations of Miranda will continue to spur future civil actions
against law enforcement officers.
As well as a possible civil action
the Chhokars will also use European law to press for documents relating to the case to be released to the family.
Mr Barker said the plan was to take the civil action
in the names of just four families of minors to simplify proceedings but many others were supporting them.
As a result of the Sanusi decision and the subsequently filed civil action
, media participation in law enforcement activities can result in predictable and legally significant consequences.
It is believed Garda chief Noel Conroy was advised by lawyers that evidence given in a civil action
might jeopardise the investigation into the atrocity.
Prosecutors said they would offer the tests even though an overturned verdict could lead to civil action
against the county.
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(15) An Ideal Husband (PG) Return to Paradise (15) Payback (18) Blast From the Past (12) Mighty Joe (PG) Plunkett and Macleane (15) A Bug's Life (U) Shakespeare in Love (15) Saving Private Ryan (15) Madeline (U)The Exorcist (18) Holy Man (PG) Ever After (PG) Antz (U).
Arlene's devastated dad Hector McInnes last night branded Dick the "scum of the earth" and vowed: "We are looking at the possibility of a civil action
James's father, Victor, said last night: "We feel it's high time these people were made to account for their movements and civil action
is one way to do that.
The attorney representing a Sacramento woman is demanding a multimillion-dollar payment from Clippers center Michael Olowokandi in a civil action
filed Tuesday in Stockton.
have amicably resolved the dispute between them pertaining to allegations of trade secret misappropriation, unfair competition, patent infringement, copyright infringement and other causes of action raised in connection with litigation in Federal District Court in San Francisco, Civil Action
The appeals court held that a private correctional facility that provided services on behalf of a state was a "facility" for the purposes of the Prison Litigation Reform Act (PLRA), but a provision of the Act barred a prisoner civil action
alleging emotional injury while in custody without a prior showing of a physical injury.