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If the Supreme Court grants certiorari and accepts the case, it will receive written briefs from each side ( and any amici curiae or friends of the court — usually interested third parties with some expertise to bear on the subject ) and schedule oral arguments.
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He stated: " If the Supreme Court says that you have the right to consensual sex within your home, then you have the right to bigamy, you have the right to polygamy, you have the right to incest, you have the right to adultery.
Zahi Hawass, the former chief of Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities, asked that the stele be repatriated to Egypt, urging in comments to reporters: " If the British want to be remembered, if they want to restore their reputation, they should volunteer to return the Rosetta Stone because it is the icon of our Egyptian identity ".
The U. S. Supreme Court explained this, in U. S. Public Workers v. Mitchell: " If granted power is found, necessarily the objection of invasion of those rights, reserved by the Ninth and Tenth Amendments, must fail.
If the Chief Justice is ill or incapacitated, the oath is usually administered by the next senior member of the Supreme Court.
If Blake and his crew represent Robin Hood and his Merry Men, then the Federation forces, personified in the obsessive, psychopathic Space Commander Travis and his superior, the beautiful but ruthless Supreme Commander Servalan, represent Guy of Gisbourne and the Sheriff of Nottingham.
If the Supreme Court reverses the judgement, it would also affect other self-replicating technologies ( such as DNA and cell lines ) used by the biotechnology industry ; patent infringement could potentially be avoided by growing or otherwise duplicating the patented articles.
If Florida's 67 counties had carried out the hand recount of disputed ballots ordered by the Florida Supreme Court on December 8, applying the standards that election officials said they would have used, Bush would have emerged the victor by 493 votes.
If the government prevailed in the lower court but the Solicitor General disagrees with the result, he or she may confess error, after which the Supreme Court will vacate the lower court's ruling and send the case back for reconsideration.
If they consider a question of law or a matter of public importance has arisen they can ask for the advisory opinion of the Supreme Court.
If the Supreme Court could not review decisions from the highest State court, the State courts would be excluded from ever hearing a case in any way involving a Federal question, because the Supreme Court would be deprived of appellate jurisdiction in those cases.
If an Urmonotheismus did exist, Eliade adds, it probably differed in many ways from the conceptions of God in many modern monotheistic faiths: for instance, the primordial High God could manifest himself as an animal without losing his status as a celestial Supreme Being.
Buchanan wrote: " If Kagan is confirmed, Jews, who represent less than 2 percent of the US population, will have 33 percent of the Supreme Court seats.
" Also, in Beauharnais v. Illinois, a 1952 U. S. Supreme Court decision involving a charge proscribing group libel, Justice Hugo Black alluded to the Pyrrhic War in his dissent: " If minority groups hail this holding as their victory, they might consider the possible relevancy of this ancient remark: ' Another such victory and I am undone.
Hawass, as Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities in Cairo, told the press, " If the British want to be remembered, if they want to restore their reputation, they should volunteer to return the Rosetta Stone because it is the icon of our Egyptian identity.
If this fails, he shall entrust the President of the Supreme Administrative Court or of the Supreme Civil and Criminal Court or of the Court of Auditors to form a Cabinet as widely accepted as possible to carry out elections and dissolves the Parliament.
In April 2003, responding to the pending case of Lawrence v. Texas, then-Senator Rick Santorum stated, " If the Supreme Court says that you have the right to consensual ( gay ) sex within your home, then you have the right to bigamy, you have the right to polygamy, you have the right to incest, you have the right to adultery.
" If difference feminism is true ," he writes, " it would disqualify women from becoming constitutional lawyers, Supreme Court justices, and moral philosophers, who make their living by reasoning about rights and justice.
In January 2010, the Supreme Court struck sections of McCain – Feingold down which limited activity of corporations, saying, " If the First Amendment has any force, it prohibits Congress from fining or jailing citizens, or associations of citizens, for simply engaging in political speech .” Specifically, Citizens United struck down campaign financing laws related to corporations and unions ; law previously banned the broadcast, cable or satellite transmission of " electioneering communications " paid for by corporations in the 30 days before a presidential primary and in the 60 days before the general election.
The AP also quoted Santorum as saying, " If the Supreme Court says that you have the right to consensual sex within your home, then you have the right to bigamy, you have the right to polygamy, you have the right to incest, you have the right to adultery.
If in the 1990 Supreme Council ( parliament ) the RPA was represented by one member — Ashot Navasardyan and in the 1995 National Assembly of the first convocation — by five MPs, in the National Assembly of the second convocation elected in 1999 the RPA was the party with the biggest number of MPs ( 30 ).
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If an application is denied by one judge of the FISC, the federal government is not allowed to make the same application to a different judge of the court, but must appeal to the United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review.
If a Federal Court has subject matter jurisdiction over one or more of the claims in a case, it has discretion to exercise ancillary jurisdiction over other State Law claims.
If Parliament is not in session, then the trial is conducted by a " Court of the Lord High Steward " instead of the House of Lords ( even if the defendant is not a peer ).
If the two sets of bodies do not have concurrent jurisdiction but, as in the case of the International Criminal Court ( ICC ), the relationship is expressly based on the principle of complementarity, i. e. the international court is subsidiary or complementary to national courts, the difficulty is avoided.
Of Taft's appointment, Roosevelt said, " If only there were three of you ; I could appoint one of you to the Court, one to the War Department and one to the Philippines.
If the officer imposing punishment holds General Court Martial authority, or if the commanding officer of the grade O-7 or greater
If the rapporteur judge decides that the case can proceed, the case if referred to a Chamber of the Court which, unless it deems the application inadmissible, communicates the case to the government of the state against which the application is made, asking the government for its observations.
If the panel of the Grand Chamber rejects the request for referral the judgement of the Chamber of the Court becomes final.
If the landlord has already obtained a judgment of possession prior to the bankruptcy case being filed, a Debtor must deposit an escrow for rent with the Bankruptcy Court, and the stay may be lifted if the Debtor does not pay the Landlord in full within 30 days thereafter, § 362 ( b )( 22 ).
If the legislative were allowed to delegate its powers to the government or to lower decentralized bodies, this would threaten democratic legitimacy and the constitutional protection of the citizen ( as citizens have no recourse to a Constitutional Court ).
If pardon was not pled, the House of Lords issued a writ of certiorari commanding the King's Bench Court to send the case up to it.
If the House of Lords was not in session, the case would be referred to the Lord High Steward's Court.
If the Judge holds that probable cause is established for felonies, then the decision is bound to the grand jury for indictment and then to Circuit Court.
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If the Congress grants him confidence by absolute majority, the King then nominates him formally as " president of the Government "; if he or she fails to obtain absolute majority, the Congress waits 48 hours to vote again, in which case, a simple majority suffices.
If the server grants the request, the connection is opened and the file is sent in fixed length blocks of 512 bytes.
When President Bush's 2003 budget proposal threatened to cut education grants, she responded, " If he can run deficits for the military, then he can run deficits to educate our children.
If the remaining high schools were to have joined, an additional $ 200, 000 in matching grants would have been recurred.
If the Court grants the petition, the case is scheduled for the filing of briefs and for oral argument.
If the case involves a federal question, the federal court will apply the federal common law of attorney – client privilege ; however, Rule 501 grants flexibility to the federal courts, allowing them to construe the privilege " in light of experience and reason.
If they sing well enough, he grants the students permission to skip the next class and gather in the auditorium to sing.
If a student has a high SAT score and a low family income, they will receive larger institutional need-based grants than a student with a low family income that has low SAT scores.
According to the Center for College Affordability and Productivity ( CCAP ), “ If the federal or state authorities increase financial support per student, the institution has the opportunity to capture part or all of that increased ability to pay by reducing institutional grants and / or raising their charges for tuition, fees, room, or board .” Importantly, it also notes that “ the exception to this general pattern is modest aid targeted at only low-income students, like the Pell grant .” The center uses data about net proceeds ( tuition plus room, board and other fees ) as a percentage of median income to show that financial aid practices have not been effective in decreasing prices in an effort to increase access.
If you wish to receive grants and donations, it is generally necessary to be a federally recognized non-profit ( i. e. 501 ( c ) 3 or similar designation ).
If the defendant feels that the plaintiff has not provided enough information about the cause of action, he may file a motion for a " bill of particulars ", and if the court grants such a motion then the plaintiff will be ordered to provide the requested details.
If the court grants the plaintiff's motion for class certification, the case becomes a securities fraud class action.