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Most notably in injury time against Huddersfield Town after Leeds conceded a goal, where Telfer's lack of pace was badly exposed.

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Telfer at first put in some assured performances, but as the season went on Leeds became very vulnerable, with Telfer's lack of pace being exposed.

lawyer and for
In taking account of seventeen years of law practice, Adams concluded that `` no lawyer in America ever did so much business as I did '' and `` for so little profit ''.
But because the governor was determined that friendship should not influence him one way or the other, he looked for a printer with a knowledge of the law ( which Woodruff did not have ), and awarded the contract to a lawyer named John Steele who had started a newspaper in Helena the year before.
It is but justice to Mr. Steele for us to add that, in the above remarks, nothing is intended to his disparagement, either as a lawyer or as a printer.
The right to leave the hoosegow any time to see a lawyer instead of waiting for a lawyer to make a trip to the prison.
After being a lawyer for twenty-five years he started studying for the ministry.
My lawyer told me that his mother used a similar remedy for cuts and wounds ; ;
Probably a lawyer once said it best for all time in the Supreme Court of the United States.
A lawyer, hired by the college, was arguing specifically for Dartmouth: Daniel Webster, class of 1801, made her plight the dramatic focus of his whole plea.
Sheeran, a lawyer and former FBI man is running against the Republican organization's candidate, Freeholder William MacDonald, for the vacancy left by the resignation of Neil Duffy, now a member of the State Board of Tax Appeals.
The 53-year-old Shea, a prominent corporation lawyer with a sports background, is generally recognized as the man most responsible for the imminent return of a National League club to New York.
He was the lawyer for Ted Collins' old Boston Yankees in the National Football League.
Her young British lawyer, James Dunlop, pleaded that she was sorely needed at her Portland home by her widowed mother, 80, her maiden aunt, also 80 and bedridden for 20 years, and her uncle, 76, who once ran a candy shop.
Lewis Henry Morgan ( 1818 – 1881 ), a lawyer from Rochester, New York, became an advocate for and ethnological scholar of the Iroquois.
In many other jurisdictions it is for the defense lawyer to mitigate on his client's behalf, and the defendant himself will rarely have the opportunity to speak.
The lawyer is an officer of the court and knows that a false swearing by him, if found out, could be grounds for severe penalty up to and including disbarment.
Equally, the acceptance that a lawyer is an officer of the court ( for swearing the affidavit ) is not a given.
The Supreme Court held that for the plea to be accepted, the defendant must have been advised by a competent lawyer who was able to inform the individual that his best decision in the case would be to enter a guilty plea.
Dmitri's grandfather Ivan had been a prominent lawyer in Tsarist Russia who had displayed respect for social awareness and humanitarian principles ( including advocating the abolition of capital punishment ) that would later influence his grandson.
Barbara Olson ( December 27, 1955 September 11, 2001 ) was a lawyer and conservative American television commentator who worked for CNN, Fox News Channel, and several other outlets.
The language used earlier is that of a judicial judgement, in which God is both judge of and lawyer for Job.
* Of Counsel – A lawyer working on a part-time or temporary basis for a company or law firm.
During this time Attlee also played football for Fleet Town F. C .. Attlee then trained as a lawyer, and was called to the Bar in 1906.
Hughes was a professor in the 1890s, a staunch supporter of Britain's New Liberalism, an important leader of the progressive movement of the 20th century, a leading diplomat and New York lawyer in the days of Harding and Coolidge, and was known for being a swing voter when dealing with cases related to the New Deal in the 1930s.

lawyer and judicial
The SM is usually a UK qualified lawyer, with at least 10 years experience as an advocate and, usually, with some judicial experience.
As stated in Brewer v. Williams,, the right to counsel at least that a person is entitled to the help of a lawyer at or after the time that judicial proceedings have been initiated against him, whether by formal charge, preliminary hearing, indictment, information, or arraignment .” Brewer goes on to conclude that once adversary proceeding have begun against a defendant, he has a right to legal representation when the government interrogates him and that when a defendant is arrested, arraigned on arrest warrant before a judge ,” and committed by the court to confinement ,” here can be no doubt that judicial proceedings ha been initiated .”
Tantivy Lodge was in existence from about 1840 through the early 1950s ; tradition states that Abraham Lincoln stopped there while traveling from Springfield to the Logan County courthouse at Postville ( today a part of the newer City of Lincoln, Illinois ) while Lincoln rode the judicial circuit as a lawyer.
Campbell considered Hale to be the superior lawyer, because while he failed to engage in public life he treated law as a science, and maintained judicial independence and neutrality.
There is also a United States Attorney in each district, who acts as the federal government's lawyer in the district, both prosecuting federal criminal cases and defending the government ( and its employees ) in civil suits against them ; the U. S. Attorney is not employed by the judicial branch but by the Department of Justice, part of the executive branch.
The pinnacle of his achievements in modernizing the Kingdom was the establishment of a judicial system, a project led and executed by an international lawyer and judge, the former Syrian Minister of Justice, Zafer Moussly.
The bailiff in each island must, in order to fulfill his judicial role, be a qualified lawyer.
A lawyer writing for the New Jersey Law Journal labeled Minton a " spokesman against freedom ", calling him " a man of conspicuous judicial shortcomings, whose votes against civil liberties exceeded those of any other man on the Court, and who wrote comparatively few opinions of other kinds.
Pelletier's lawyer argued that it followed a long-standing government policy for high-ranking functionaries in judicial proceedings.
* Paul K. Holmes III ( born 1951 ), American lawyer and federal judicial nominee
Special court-martial can be characterized, compared to ordinary one: in that it is one-tiered judicial system ; completely closed ; and defendants can't recuse judges ; with no defense lawyer.
Pelletier's lawyer argued that it followed a long-standing government policy for high-ranking functionaries in judicial proceedings.
To curb demand, legal aid was restricted to lawyer costs in judicial proceedings where a lawyer is mandatory.
Raphael Sobiehrd-Mnishovsky of Sebuzin and of Horstein ( 1580 – 21 November 1644 ) was a Bohemian lawyer and writer, who held various secretarial, diplomatic, and judicial posts under Rudolf II, Mathias, Ferdinand II, and, Ferdinand III, under whom Raphael was the attorney-general.
During this period he was also a visiting professor at other schools including the University of Texas School of Law, and served on several Massachusetts state commissions convened to study legal issues such as judicial salaries and lawyer conflicts of interest.
Representatives of other parties criticized this payment, though Pelletier's lawyer argued that it followed a long-standing government policy for high-ranking functionaries in judicial proceedings.
In the years before English became the principal tongue of the Filipino elite, Recto was known as an abogado milagroso ( lawyer of miracles ), a tribute to his many victories in the judicial court.
The hereditary sheriff later delegated his judicial functions to a trained lawyer called a sheriff-depute.

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