MEETING INMATES He has also been visiting prisons and meeting inmates with cases at the courts of appeal
across the country.
the courts of appeal
have jurisdiction over the second round.
As it is, the judicial activists whom Chretien has appointed to the Supreme Court of Canada and the provincial courts of appeal
have no less contempt than he for the Canadian people.
Prior to the Knights case in the Supreme Court, many federal circuit courts of appeal
recognized this argument and looked at the motivation behind parole and probation searches.
But appointments to the nation's Supreme Court, courts of appeal
, and district courts--837 slots in all--are for life.
(Ted) Morton found that the Canadian judiciary as a whole was twice as likely to overturn provincial laws as federal laws in the first year under the Charter.(24) Smithey also found that both the Supreme Court and the provincial courts of appeal
were initially more deferential to federal laws than to provincial laws.(25) It appears that the earliest period under the Charter did work to the advantage of the federal government.
President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi issued a presidential decree Tuesday giving the president the right to appoint the heads of the different Courts of Appeal
starting 1 July, said presidential spokesman Ihab Badawi.
There currently is a split in the courts of appeal
concerning the deductibility by trusts of expenses they pay for investment advice.
To date, several of the circuit courts of appeal
, in addition to the Tax Court, have weighed in with decisions on this issue.
There was conflict in the federal courts of appeal
as to whether a back-pay award to settle a claim of employment discrimination under Title VII of the U.S.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi decided on Sunday to appoint eight judges as heads of courts of appeals
across the nation since the beginning of this month (July), according to state-owned media.