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Court Ruling

 

under Soviet law: (1) A decision of a court of original jurisdiction concerning various procedural questions that arise during a criminal or civil case, as well as a decision to terminate a case. (2) Any decision reached by a cassational or supervisory court (with the exception of court presidiums and plenums) to uphold, vacate, or change the judgment or decree of a court of original jurisdiction. (3) A decision ordering compulsory medical measures. (4) A court decision, called a special ruling, by which the attention of appropriate organizations or officials is directed to circumstances that facilitate violation of the law. Rulings are rendered in a conference room or after the judges have conferred on the spot, and they are issued as separate documents or entered in the record of the court session. The law establishes the type of court rulings that may be appealed or protested (for example, art. 331 of the Code of Criminal Procedure of the RSFSR).

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Despite having acted on the court order, Moipei invited Gichinga to attend a disciplinary hearing on July 9 last year after a previous hearing scheduled through a letter dated June 19 had aborted.
All other candidates concurred with Garba Dahiru and appealed to INEC to do the needful by immediately obeying the court order to enable them take part in the inauguration of the 9th National Assembly on Tuesday, June 11, 2019.
The court directed all four provinces to implement court orders and sought progress report in 30 days and adjourned hearing of the case for one month.
'The monies are not yet the property of government because there is no court order directing us to take action,' he added.
CHARLIE Flanagan has vowed to probe how security firms carry out High Court Orders after the eviction of housing protesters.
Federal Highway Q, Stuart, disbarred effective immediately, following a May 31 court order. (Admitted to practice: 1991) Burke pleaded no contest in court to possession of drug paraphernalia.
Reyes said peace consultant Adelberto Silva, who was similarly charged with the Tiamzons, has been released even without the hard copy of the court order.
In addition, we have to read the court order in detail because it is a conditional bail.
Justice Minister David Ford has welcomed a Criminal Justice Inspection report which recognises the Northern Ireland Courts and Tribunals Service (NICTS) achievements in strengthening the administrative arrangements for recording court orders.
The top secret court order refers to "telephony metadata," which includes the number of a person making a call, the number receiving the call and the date, time and duration of the call.
CAIRO: Six Christians who converted to Islam and then back to Christianity filed a complaint to the Prosecutor General against the interior minister and his assistant, the head of the Civil Status Organization, for not implementing a court order that allows them to be identified as Christians on their ID cards.
At the end of the decade, the share of black students at the average white student's school had increased by 20 points in cities that were under court-ordered desegregation and by 5.5 points in cities that were not under court order.