Additionally, Attrep spent time as a law clerk and intern forjudges
But this is a difficult standard for any court to apply, especially forjudges
who are wary of ascribing such flexible meaning to any statute.
To mitigate against the risk that prisoners will submit mountains of paper forjudges
to sift through, the complaint instructs prisoners to provide citations or references to specific exhibits when they relate to the facts they allege in the complaint.
Courts, The Federal Court System in the United States: An Introduction forJudges
and Judicial Administrators in Other Countries 8-9 (3d ed.
they just think that it is a bad idea for the judiciary to protect unenumerated rights or forjudges
to employ natural law as a jural tool.
According to Hallaq (Authority, Continuity, and Change, 75-85), the dispensation forjudges
to be muqallids was applied to muftis by the thirteenth century.
The executive council determined it was appropriate for the section to take a position on the issue, and it voted unanimously to oppose term limits forjudges
at any level of the Florida court system.
First Mobile Courts--ADR Training Forjudges
and Lawyers of District Peshawar.
Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties and Letters Rogatory: A Guide forJudges
3 (2014), http://www.
56) America lacks the rigorously neutral training and career tracks forjudges
, investigating magistrates, and the like that would be needed for such a system to succeed, and filling these gaps from scratch would be difficult.
Reitz wrote that lawyers have a "clear stake in the way the current American legal culture defines the ideal roles forjudges
and for attorneys.
The first is that once the law develops down a certain path for a substantial length of time, it becomes inappropriate forjudges
to reverse course.