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Petitions asking for a jail term for Norristown attorney Julian W. Barnard will be presented to the Montgomery County Court Friday, it was disclosed Tuesday by Horace A. Davenport, counsel for the widow of the man killed last Nov. 1 by Barnard's hit-run car.
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Petitions and asking
Petitions asking for some of the positions in the Legislative Council to be filled by popularly elected colonists were presented to London in 1865 and 1869.
Petitions and for
The Head of the Department of Petitions is charged with processing petitions and requests for social aid addressed the King, the Queen or other members of the Royal Family.
Petitions signed by California state voters equal in number to 12 % of the last vote for the office of governor ( with signatures from each of 5 counties equal in number to 1 % of the last vote for governor in the county ) can launch a gubernatorial recall election.
Petitions for the House of Lords to review the decisions of lower courts began to increase once again.
We your Humble Petitioners Living at a great Distance from ye Center of the Towne Some of us nine or ten Miles and Consequently at a very great disadvantage in joining with them all Publick Town affairs, being encouraged Partly by our Living in that Part of ye Town that was Laid out for what was called ye upper Parish and Partly by ye Kind Reception our Request met with which we made to ye Town for a dismission but more particularly by our Confidence in your Honors desire to Promote ye Happiness of every Part of ye State Humbly Pray that Honors would take our Case into your Serious Consideration and grant that we together with all those Live in sd Upper Part may be Erected and Incorporated into a body Politick and Corporate to have Continuance in ye Name of Northfield with all such Powers and Authorities Privileges Immunities and Franchises with other Parishes or Towns in this State in General hold Enjoy with your Petitions as in duty bound Shall forever pray .”
Nomination Petitions ( for party members ) and Nomination Papers ( for Independents ) can be obtained at the Commissioners Office in the Snyder County Courthouse.
Petitions for justice were normally addressed to the King and the Curia, but in 1280, Edward I instructed his justices to examine and deal with petitions themselves as the Court of King's Bench.
It appears to your Committee that pursuant to the Plan concerted by the British Ministry for subjugating America, the King and Parliament of Great Britain have usurped a Power over the Persons and Properties of the People unlimited and uncontrouled ; and disregarding their humble Petitions for Peace, Liberty and safety, have made divers Legislative Acts, denouncing War Famine and every Species of Calamity against the Continent in General.
Petitions are commonly used in the U. S. to qualify candidates for public office to appear on a ballot ; while anyone can be a write-in candidate, a candidate desiring that his or her name appear on printed ballots and other official election materials must gather a certain number of valid signatures from registered voters.
Petitions, along with additional paperwork, must be filed between about four and five months before the election, subject to additional requirements for candidates for a primary election.
In the Division of Petitions of His Imperial Majesty's Chancery, for 1912, Record No. 96803 permission is given to Count Alexander Vladimirovitch Armfeldt to wear the insignia of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, with the transfer of that right, after his death, to his son.
Petitions for breach of law against decisions of the republic supreme courts were heard in the Supreme Court at the federal level.
In the autumn of 1910 Childers resigned his post as Clerk of Petitions to leave himself free to join the Liberal Party, with its declared commitment to home rule, and in May 1912 he secured for himself the candidature in one of the parliamentary seats in the naval town of Devonport.
Petitions for remedies may be filed by domestic manufacturers or unions within the domestic industry, however the law requires that the petitioners represent at least 25 % of the domestic production of the goods for which competition is causing material injury.
Petitions and attorney
Petitions and be
Petitions from enterprises concerned with the number of acquittals, such as those from the bleaching ground proprietors, forced a Committee to be set up in 1819.
Petitions and signatures were gathered to be sent to Governor Herbert H. Lehman to ensure Marble Hill's status to remain part of Manhattan.
Petitions must meet three requirements ; domestic remedies must have already been tried and failed ( exhaustion ), petitions must be filed within six months of the last action taken in a domestic system ( timeliness ), petitions can not be before another court ( duplication of procedure ).
Petitions could be sent by anybody, from a scholar-official to a common farmer, although the petitions were more likely read to the emperor if they were persuasive enough to impeach questionable and corrupt local officials from office.
However, as it was seen to be desirable that Crown contractors could obtain redress, lest they be inhibited from taking on such work, the petition of right came to be used in such situations, especially after the Petitions of Right Act 1860 simplified the process.
Petitions that appear on the Supreme Court's in forma pauperis docket are substantially less likely to be granted review than others on the docket.
In those circumstances, it is clear beyond doubt that the petitioner, Colin Moynihan, must be the rightful heir and that his Petitions must succeed.
Petitions can also be brought forward by any EU citizen on a matter within the EU's sphere of activities.
Petitions are more likely to be filed when children have a history of problems at home or at school.
Petitions and presented
Petitions on his behalf were presented to parliament, so strongly worded that the petitioners were committed to prison.
Petitions are presented at the foot of Tynwald Hill to the Clerk of Tynwald, who conveys them to the Lieutenant Governor.
Petitions favoring readmission had been presented to the army as early as 1649 by two Baptists of Amsterdam, Johanna Cartwright and her son Ebenezer (" The Petition of the Jews for the Repealing of the Act of Parliament for Their Banishment out of England "); and suggestions looking to that end were made by men of the type of Roger Williams, Hugh Peters, and by Independents generally.
Petitions presented to Council between March 30, 2005 and November 20, 2005 totaling 7, 380 signatures opposed the sale of the property, the destruction of the building, and the loss of much-needed public park and recreational lands.
Petitions and Court
Petitions to windup companies and various company law remedies are heard by the High Court which has exclusive jurisdiction in this area.
Petitions and was
One of the leaders in using the phrase, and in advancing the argument that slavery was a " positive good ", establishing the proper relation between the races, was John C. Calhoun, most notably in his Speech on the Reception of Abolition Petitions.
More recently, since February 2007, he has been chairman of the Primary Industries and Resources Standing Committee and the National Capital and External Territories Standing Committee, as well as being an inaugural member of the Standing Committee on Petitions which was established to receive and process petitions to the Federal Parliament from citizens and groups.
He was also a substitute member of the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, the Committee on Petitions and the delegation for relations with the Mercosur countries.
On 13 June 2004 he was elected member of the European Parliament, and when the Parliament convened he was elected Chair of its Committee on Petitions.
She was a member of the Environment and Petitions Committee in the European Parliament and a substitute member of the Regional Development Committee.
Lyte's first composition was Tales in Verse illustrative of Several of the Petitions in the Lord's Prayer ( 1826 ), written at Lymington and commended by John Wilson in the Noctes Ambrosianae.
A member of the Scottish Parliament's Justice 2 Committee and Public Petitions Committee, she was previously a member of the Scottish Executive, serving as Minister for Social Justice when Henry McLeish was First Minister, during which time she was involved with the Homelessness Task Force.
McAveety was re-elected to the Scottish Parliament on 3 May 2007 after winning more than 50 % of the vote in Glasgow Shettleston and until June 2010 served as Convener of the Public Petitions Committee and was the Scottish Labour Party's Shadow Minister for Sport.
In the period from 2004-2009 he was also member of the Committee of Petitions, and the Delegation to the EU-Russia Parliamentary Cooperation Committee, as well as the Delegation for the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly.
As a MEP, she was a member of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs and the Committee on Petitions, as well as a member of the delegation to the EU – Bulgaria Joint Parliamentary Committee and a substitute for the delegation for relations with the countries of south-east Europe.
In the European Parliament Ahern was vice-president of the Petitions Committee, vice-president of the Committee on Industry, External Trade, Research & Energy, member of the Culture Committee and Legal Affairs Committee and president of the Intergroup on Complementary and Natural Medicine.
Petitions for war furlough required the signatures of all active members, the director of bands or other faculty member who was an honorary member of the fraternity, as well as the signature of the college or university president.
Independence First launched an e-petition through the Scottish Parliament website which gained over 1300 signatures but was subsequently rejected by the Public Petitions Committee in November 2006, voting six to three to note the position and close it with no further action.