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1 Mr Sarkozy himself will not be asked to testify, since he enjoys absolute judicial immunity while in office—meaning that he can be heard neither as suspect, nor as witness, nor as plaintiff.
2 A: I understand your concern over that case, but I think only the judicial authorities can answer your question, if they will.
3 America cannot stop Russian officials abusing the judicial system at home, but it can try to stop them reaping the benefits of their corruption in the West.
4 In judicial practice at present in China, there aren't any clear and definite leg al provisions in undertaking to indemnify the human foetus whose interests were jeopardized.
5 The government’s answer is to make many of them theoretically subject to judicial review, but only after multiple layers of complaint to local institutions and ombudsmen.
6 Dobson, the head of Focus on the Family, a conservative Protestant group, spluttered that the ruling was "judicial tyranny".
7 Then there needs to be a judicial inquiry, with the power to call witnesses, including police officers, under oath.
8 Since the veneer of judicial independence in Myanmar is rather thin, her success would be seen as a goodwill gesture.
9 few sponsoring nations, including the U. S., balked at this arrangement, on the grounds that the notoriously corrupt Cambodian judicial system would still play a leading role.
10 The commission report reflects on “lessons learnt” from Bulgaria and Romania about the importance of tackling corruption and judicial reform at an earlystage.
11 Britains nature, systematical and positive judicial process management system.
12 The administrative personnel and judicial police shall be administered with reference to the relevant provisions of this code.
13 The Chinese scholars diverge in their definition of misjudged ease and misjudged criminal case, which counteracts turning theory into judicial practice.
14 With the comprehensive retraction of the rights of judicial review of the death penalty to Supreme Court, our judicial review of death penalty procedure needs to be innovated.
15 Researching for and assisting the justices in drafting judicial opinions is the third major task of a Supreme Court law clerk.
16 If and when we determine that the United States must hold individuals to keep them from carrying out an act of war, we will do so within a system that involves judicial and congressional oversight.
17 He said: "the result of these campaigns is to shorten judicial proceedings."
18 Regardless of why he did what he did at any given time, he deserves due process, which he has not been given even in the Iran's contradictory judicial context.
19 judicial near lynching of DSK humiliated France.
20 Chevron claimed its adversaries falsified evidence, intimidated judges, and even ghostwrote parts of the judicial opinion underlying the multibillion-dollar award.
21 delayed by India's snail-like judicial system, the judgment caused an outcry in India.
22 Knox has been described both as an angel-faced but ruthless killer and as an innocent girl caught in a judicial nightmare.
23 Or, perhaps, after so many years of judicial disarray, they thought that, if they were being framed, the only way out was to frame someone else.
24 The judicial power of the United States, shall be vested in one Supreme Court, and in such inferior courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish.
25 According to Maine, judicial power in France was decentralized and under control of the local aristocracy.
26 misappropriation is a comparatively common type of crime in the judicial practice of our country, and the formation of the systematical definition of this crime went through a long period.
27 In judicial practice, the lawsuits due to the conduct of misappropriation have been increasing and have a more complex and diversified tendency.
28 request for interim measures addressed by any party to a judicial authority shall not be deemed incompatible with the agreement to arbitrate, or as a waiver of that agreement.
29 The Old was onlyintended to bring people to a sense of hopelessness by revealing theawesome holiness of God, his hatred of sin and his judicial nature.
30 It can't be ruled out but such a world I would note — let's just say a world administered by international courts of law by judges and judicial tribunals — would no longer be a political world.