sub judice


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sub judice

before a court of law or a judge; under judicial consideration
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The bench while issuing notices to the respondents also sought copies of the petitions sub judice in the apex court.
In early hearing, counsel for petitioner argued that Imran Khans press conference on a sub judice matter was not only an attempt to influence the proceeding but it also tantamount to contempt of court adding that Imran Khan passed statements on the matter declaring the petitioners corrupt and threatened to stage sit-in protest in front of their residencies.
He expects others to respect the sub judice principle and he notes that under the party rules concerned it is for any case made against him to be proved by evidence to the requisite standard.
The BCCI cannot afford to comment on the [Royals] issue which is sub judice, but then it heightens the confusion about the composition of teams for the forthcoming [IPL].
The matter is in focus for long, but it is sub judice and until a decision comes it is difficult to comment," Natarajan said.
In a letter sent to the SC on Wednesday, Nembang stated that the PHSC hearings had been postponed as the case was sub judice in the SC.
At present, a local inquiry has not been called and we have to treat the matter as sub judice to protect all parties who may or may not be involved.
A significant procedural ruling was made on Monday, October 27, 2008, when Speaker Steve Peters ruled that a notice of motion for an Opposition Day be removed from the Orders and Notices Paper as it offended the sub judice convention.
Neil Blair, lawyer and partner at JK Rowling's agents Christopher Little, said: "As this is sub judice, our policy is not to comment.
Confirming that a player had been charged by police, a Pittodrie spokesman revealed: "We have been instructed by the police not to say anything about the incident as it is now sub judice.
But 21-year-old Taylor's appeal against her three-and-a-half-year prison sentence means Speaker Michael Martin has told Mr Henderson the issue is sub judice.
Mr Justice John Quirke told the High Court the newspaper had admitted breaching the sub judice rule by publishing material after two men had been charged.