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sub judice

before a court of law or a judge; under judicial consideration
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Guanzon also warned the petitioners about the sub judice rule during the hearing.
'Drawing assumptions, inferences and conclusions from evidence or the documents filed in a case and stepping into the shoes of a judge on broadcasted programmes may not only convict the accused in the eyes of the public regardless of whether he is ultimately exonerated by a court, but certain comments or opinions may be voiced which could potentially instill bias and prejudice in the minds of the judges, particularly to those who are dealing with the sub judice matter, thereby violating the fundamental rights under Articles 4 and 10A of the Constitution of the persons involved in such matter,' says the verdict.
Senator Giyan Chand said that Companies Profit Amendment Bill 2018 issue is not sub judice, instead of delaying tactics committee should amend the bill.
But the camp of the vice president also reiterated that they have never violated the sub judice rule in the ongoing electoral protest filed by former Sen.
In a resolution, the PET-composed of all SC justices-said, "Considering that the revision process is about to commence, the Tribunal directs both protestant (Marcos) and protestee (Robredo) to observe the sub judice rule."
'Sub judice,' of course, literally translates to 'under judicial consideration.' It is a rule that, in essence, restricts comments and disclosures pertaining to pending judicial proceedings, as a well settled limitation on the freedom of speech.
During the course of hearing, counsel for another petitioner Advocate Khalid Mehmood asked the court that politicians must not comment on sub judice matters.
THEElection Commission of India ( EC) has asked the petroleum ministry to defer the proposed hike in the price of natural gas produced by domestic companies such as Mukesh Ambaniled Reliance Industries Ltd ( RIL) till elections as the matter is sub judice.
Called 'Sub Judice', the plot centres on an assault on a teenager, followed by the course of events that lead to the accused's arrest and trial.
The BCCI cannot afford to comment on the issue which is sub judice, but then it heightens the confusion about the composition of teams for the forthcoming edition of cricket's biggest cash bash.
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.
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."