Treating domestic violence as merely an issue of equal protection, and by inference therefore, setting up the treatment of men as the standard by which we ought to measure the treatment of women in our societies, may in fact disserve
women and mask the ways in which domestic violence is not just another common crime.
But limiting such an important evaluation to such an arid and abstract mode of debate would disserve
the democratically crucial process of critically engaging with our political culture's ingrained normative precepts.
109) As Professor Kate Stith has explained, current Justice Department policies "put the prosecutor in the position not of upholding the law, but of opposing in all circumstances the exercise of lawful discretionary decisions of the sentencing judge[,]" and to do so "even when Guidelines sentences would clearly disserve
the statutory purposes invoked by Booker.
and tends to disserve
Davis and confrontation's purposes.
More troubling, though, is the sense that this discussion has not taken place, because the performative text of the Migration Series has been haunted by descriptors like "simple" and "naive," adjectives that seriously disserve
the Migration Series.
8) Second, the employee's legal memorandum should emphasize that the former employer seeking the temporary injunction must demonstrate that: 1) there is a likelihood of irreparable harm and the unavailability of an adequate remedy at law; 2) the employer has a substantial likelihood of success on the merits; 3) the threatened injury to the employer outweighs any possible harm to the employee; and 4) the granting of a temporary injunction will not disserve
the public interest.
25) And when hype or personal stories dominate the public consciousness, the result may be premature conclusions that can ultimately disserve
the public interest.
The net neutrality distraction will disserve
efforts to remedy persistent digital divides and imperil critical elements of the National Broadband Strategy.
claims would disserve
Congress's clear purpose, in violation of the
Indeed, to do otherwise would profoundly disserve
who endorse those rights or interests, in a way that will disserve
How not to disserve
a complex literary tradition by teaching it badly?