He even found a hitch awaiting him in his legal case
in the senate.
Greenfield, noting that between the 1950s and 1960s, blacks in America made up about 10% of the population of the United States; yet such small percentage of blacks relative to their white counterparts did not minimize the value of the civil rights struggle, nor detract from the legal cases
before the Supreme Court of the United States.
Background and Objectives: Medico legal cases
are essential component of medical practice and comprise most important constituent of emergencies.
KUWAIT, Aug 5 (KUNA) -- Information about legal cases
will be available via special electronic devices, to be set up in all Kuwaiti districts soon, the Minister of Justice said.
The union is pursuing 1,400 legal cases
against the airline, saying cabin crew faced sanctions for taking previous strike action.
Mr Winder will begin his appointment from 20 June and will provide direction to the Council on a range of historic legal cases
Before we leave, we will be filing legal cases
against all NSAs that have not liquidated their financial assistance yet, said Garcia.
The GDN reported last week that Bahrain's justice system is being swamped with at least 50,000 new legal cases
every year, and the country has only 164 judges.
The success of the Sultanate in this legal case
, as well as other legal cases
filed against the Omani exports, reflect the efforts made by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Octal and all organizations that cooperated with the Ministry during the investigation stage.
Manama: A programme to have all lawyers in Saudi Arabia take up at least nine legal cases
annually on a pro bono basis is to be announced soon.
The revised security law followed a Communist Party meeting last month that promised to allow courts more independence and curtail officials' influence over legal cases
, though the vows were criticised by some as lacking in substance.
The warning from Red Shirts members came as opponents of Yingluck and her party have filed legal cases