"I ran forjudge
in 1999 in Jefferson Parish as an independent, because I wanted to send the message that party affiliation isn't part of a judge's job," Marino says, "and ever since I've grown more comfortable being an independent.
According to reports, theIHC has sent a summary to the Law Ministry to extend the serving period forJudge
Muhammad Bashir, who has been an accountability court judge, by almost three years.Bashir's tenure asan accountability court judge ends on March 12.
Kavanaugh, presumptions concerning extraterritorial application, repeal of a prior statute, mens rea, and retroactive application are among several that carry sufficient value so as to earn their place as plain statement rules to be considered independent of the old ambiguity trigger.
He boasted of his family--a wife and four children--of his membership in the Grace Reformed Church, and of his vote forjudge
Other training materials include 19 Standard Training Packages forjudge
advocates training Soldiers, the Commander's Legal Flandbook, and specialty sites such as the SHARP (Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention) site and the Paralegal Proficiency Training and Resources site.
MEMBERS of Chandigarh's legal fraternity said on Tuesday said they will call on the President and the Union law minister to express anguish over the silent burial of the " cash- forjudge
" scam by the CBI.
In practical terms, this vision of a wholly judicial site for initial refugee status determination might include the same sorts of structures forjudge
selection that exist in courts of law, plus screening for specialization.
The author raises a number of questions worthy of consideration forjudge
Posner, the value of privacy, in the sense of "concealment of information about [oneself] that others might use to their [advantage]," must be weighed against the economic value of "obtaining the right amount of information in a free-market system." (29)
Congressional supremacy reflects a government of, by, and for the people; judicial supremacy reflects one of, by, and forjudges
Together, we have implemented statewide training forjudges
, prosecutors, clerks of courts and law enforcement agencies regarding the Firearm Transfer Act.
But, judges with substantial criminal law experience also considered judicial training vital forjudges
to "know what to do." Here deviating practices surfaced creating an interesting consideration in the analysis of mass incarceration and sentencing decisions.