Give me a fair hearing
, George -- a fair hearing
is every man's privilege.
"But you showed me some kindness at first; you tried to make them give me a fair hearing
. I ask you, as a just man, do you doubt now that the woman on the sofa in the next room is an impostor who has taken my place?
"I hate you," she said, and then, as I was about to beg for a fair hearing
she pointed over my shoulder.
The Islamic Movement said, 'the ex-parte order of July 26, proscribing the existence and activities of the group in any part of Nigeria under whatever form, either in groups or as individuals by whatever names they are called or referred to was made without affording the Respondent/Applicant the right of fair hearing
Justices Philip Waki, Roselyn Nambuye and Agnes Murgor allowed the appeal to proceed for fair hearing
since the law restricting suit filing period had been changed."In that tricky balancing act, we respectfully choose to err on the side of fair hearing
and give time to the respondents suing on behalf of the estate of the deceased to seek extension of time to file the suit against KCAA," the judges ruled.
Summary: New Delhi [India], May 30 (ANI): The Supreme Court on Thursday asked National Register of Citizens (NRC) coordinator, Prateek Hajela, to consider and give a fair hearing
to all the persons who wish to get themselves enrolled in the registration process, without cut shorting the process and complete the same by July 31.
The court had allowed Abdi to table his academic certificates stating that he was not given a fair hearing
before the High Court and the Court of Appeal.
Many are shaking their heads over the convoluted, twisted nature of the charges - which could easily be dismissed outright after a speedy and fair hearing
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) admitted a "small group" of jobseekers were denied a fair hearing
when they tried to appeal against their benefit sanction.
During opening exchanges, Coun Lawton demanded members of the panel be removed - claiming he would not get a "fair hearing
" if they remained.
Mohamad, or known popularly as Mat Sabu, said giving minorities the right to a fair hearing
in the Islamic Courts is crucial for a just solution to legal interfaith tussles, which has been a source of prolonged religious tension in the country.
Paying tribute to Frances Fitzgerald as "a good woman who did not get a full or fair hearing
", Mr Varadkar said parliamentary questions on issues related to the affair will be reviewed.