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opinion

Law the advice given by a barrister or counsel on a case submitted to him or her for a view on the legal points involved
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Amendments to the proposed delimitation report have been held up at the Prime Minister's Office for several months thereby delaying the holding of elections to the provinces.However, following discussions with the Elections Commission the President sought to intervene and seek the Supreme Court opinion on how to proceed with the elections.
(14) We examined the correlation between High Court opinion clarity and agency competency.
In fact, in May 1991, I published a Gitlin on Divorce Report discussing the Zells Illinois Supreme Court opinion. Previous to that, I published a Gitlin on Divorce Report on the appellate court opinion.
Colorblind Justice contains severe criticism of the interpretations of the Voting Rights Act proposed by Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, political scientist Abigail Thernstrom and the 5-4 majority Supreme Court opinion in Shaw v.
The Supreme Court's unanimous decision overturned an appeals court opinion that said students cannot be forced to monetarily support organizations they personally oppose.
He also relied upon a federal Eleventh Circuit Court opinion which ruled that condominium fees do not constitute a debt under the FDCPA because they arise by contract, are assessed on a regular basis, and like rent, do not reflect deferred payments on prior debt.
A secret recording may be defensible if the news organization can show it's necessary for news coverage and if the workplace is open to the public, the Supreme Court opinion says.
This injunction follows a court opinion and order last December that cited that PE's DDSC instruments infringe on the claims of TA Instruments' patents.
Overturning a federal district court opinion, a three-judge panel ruled that "don't ask, don't tell" does not violate the U.S.
Furthermore, the now vacated circuit court opinion held that the defendants channeled patient choice by limiting patients' exposure to competing DME dealers.
The organizations have formed the Supreme Court Opinion Network (SCON), a non-profit consortium administered by the American Bar Association to satisfy the Court's requirement that no one gain a competitive edge from the opportunity to deliver its rulings quickly.
Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) released the following statement today after a federal judge ordered the Trump administration to comply with a recent Supreme Court opinion limiting the administrations travel ban on refugees and people from six majority-Muslim countries.