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remand

1. the sending of a prisoner or accused person back into custody (or sometimes admitting him to bail) to await trial or continuation of his trial
2. on remand in custody or on bail awaiting trial or completion of one's trial
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Sauntering or sitting about, in every possible attitude of listless idleness, were a great number of debtors, the major part of whom were waiting in prison until their day of 'going up' before the Insolvent Court should arrive; while others had been remanded for various terms, which they were idling away as they best could.
He was brought up and remanded for further inquiries."
The prosecutor further said that a co-accused, PML-N leader Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, had also been remanded to NAB for investigation into the same case.
A NAB team arrested Maryam Nawaz and Yousaf Abbas on August 8 and produced them before accountability court on August 9, which had remanded them in NAB custody till August 21.
Hamza Shehbaz also submitted that he should be remanded in NAB custody for 90 days to satisfy the bureau.
Earlier on June 15, the court had remanded Talpur in the NAB custody on 9-day physical remand until June 24.
Among the 55 individuals who were remanded since Tuesday were three workers including the legal adviser of One City Development Sdn Bhd.
The judge asked the FIA official whether they have completed their inquiry and whether he has been remanded previously too.
Removal is improper and the case must be remanded. No opinion is expressed as to the appealability of this order.
After the United States Supreme Court vacated the appeals court decision, the case was remanded. On remand, the Appeals Court affirmed and remanded, finding that the state waived its Eleventh Amendment immunity under the Rehabilitation Act by accepting federal funds.
The tug-of-war between [section] 502 complete preemption (case may remain in federal court) and [section] 514 conflict preemption (case may be remanded to state court) is significant in that cases removed to federal court "on the jurisdictional wings" of [section] 502 complete preemption may be remanded, at least in part, if the district court concludes that at least some claims are only "conflict preempted" under [section] 514.