This case arises out of an application by Jordan Liveri to be admitted as a legal practitioner in Queensland. The application was made to The Queensland Court of Appeal, and opposed by the Legal Practitioners Admissions Board on ‘the basis that the Citation of the case
They appealed on penalty, The hearing officer made fundamental errors in both principals and law. She considered disciplinary matters for 1999 and 2000 which clearly postdated 1997 offence, when making the decision of the 12 day suspension she clearly had antecedents in her mind. Clearly they where not antecedents and should not have been considered. After getting a new hearing they decided that
Case 2 is an appeal against the sentence imposed by Judge C. F. Wall on appellant
be described. Jurisdictional requirements for this case as well as the reasons why it was heard at
Despite the efforts of lawyers and judges to eliminate racial discrimination in the courts, does racial bias play a part in today’s jury selection? Positive steps have been taken in past court cases to ensure fair and unbiased juries. Unfortunately, a popular strategy among lawyers is to incorporate racial bias without directing attention to their actions. They are taught to look for the unseen and to notice the unnoticed. The Supreme Court in its precedent setting decision on the case of Batson v. Kentucky, 476 U.S. 79 (1986), is the first step to limiting racial discrimination in the court room. The process of selecting jurors begins with prospective jurors being brought into the courtroom, then
In this case, the Department sent the notice on May 5, 2016 denying the Appellant’s application for MA/LTC benefits. The Appellant’s appeal was filed September 14, 2016, one-hundred and thirty-three (133) days after the Department issued its Notice. Since the appeal was filed more than thirty (30) days after the Department issued its notice, the appeal was untimely filed.
Defendant appealed from a directed verdict from the judgment of the District Court for St. Louis (Minnesota). It was denied, and Jury trial
In this instant appeal, Mr. Shoemaker asserts that the circuit court erred by imposing an improper purge provision after finding him to be in contempt, and that the circuit court erred in finding that Mr. Shoemaker would be liable for alimony payments in accordance with the parties’ original separation agreement. We shall address both of these arguments in turn.
conflict generated from rejected VISs and place the court into disrepute. This has resulted in
The reasons for judgment was then appealed to the District Court according to s. 149 of the Weapons Act, which permits an appeal on a question of the law. The District Court judge allowed the appeal on the bases that the magistrate has wrongly applied, as “the primary test”, the test that was set out in s 138(3) of the Weapons Act for possession of modern handguns and failed to give proper consideration to the evidence as to the pistols being a collectable
Facts of the case (Summary of facts of case and its journey to Supreme Court)
The matter was presented to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) and AAT has different views on this matter and AAT considered the historical Cases and
On the 5th November 2014 the Appellant defends in his defence that a guilty verdict was wrongfully decided at Highbury Magistrates Court, this was in order for the Commissioner of the Metropolis Police.
The Superior Court session I observed was an alcohol impairment case. The defendant in this case, had been found guilty in District Court, but had filed an appeal to the District Court’s decision.
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