excusal

excusal

(ɪksˈkjuːzəl)
n
the act of excusing
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On 13 April, in accordance with the Practice Direction on Designation of Panel in Matters of Excusal and Disqualification of Judges, the President designated a Panel pursuant to Rule 25 (C) consisting of Judge Daniel Nsereko (Presiding), Judge Walid Akoum and Judge Nicola Lettieri.
The Supreme Court of Missouri's faulty application of the Alleyne precedent is concerning, but the court's express excusal of the trial court's disregard for the statutory procedure mandated by section 558.021.2 is possibly more concerning.
The excusal leaves eight jurors to potentially decide the case.
2014) (detailing instructions to be given prior to the first closure, during findings, and upon excusal).
The amendments add directions on the minimization of sensitive information on the prospective juror questionnaire and conform the questionnaire to section 40.013(4), Florida Statutes, which provides for the excusal of expectant mothers and certain parents.
Suggestions in this direction might include expanded access to books and records and perhaps enhanced, if still limited, discovery when pleading demand excusal.
excusal from the Sunday obligation when either grave reasons exist or
Excusal mattered in the free speech context, see W.
Havens, 522 F.2d 1091, 1092 (197s) (discussing the excusal of Slack's white coworker Murphy), with Galdieri-Amhrosini, 136 F.3d at 290-91 (discussing how the fact that Ambrosini was treated differently than men in her office simply reflected their different professional responsibilities).
For example, the Texas Administrative Code states that the IEP committee shall include a representative from CITE, preferably the teacher, when considering initial or continued placement of a student in a CTE program, unless federal conditions regarding excusal have.
If all of the above holds--and one assumes that historical coincidence is not necessarily a causal relationship--then the analysis becomes much less one about blame (or excusal) and much more about the failure of structural modes of thinking and more activist political strategies to retain widespread appeal.