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The trial will be held, probably the first week of March, in the famous Old Bailey central criminal court where Klaus Fuchs, the naturalized British German born scientist who succeeded in giving American and British atomic bomb secrets to Russia and thereby changed world history during the 1950s, was sentenced to 14 years in prison.
from Brown Corpus
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A trial of strength, however, is made quite inevitable by virtue of the fact that anyone engaging in non-violent resistance will be convinced that his action is based on sounder values than those of his opponent ; ;
Aristotle fled the city to his mother's family estate in Chalcis, explaining, " I will not allow the Athenians to sin twice against philosophy ," a reference to Athens's prior trial and execution of Socrates.
Generally, an appeal of the judgment will also allow appeal of all other orders or rulings made by the trial court in the course of the case.
Generally, there is no trial in an appellate court, only consideration of the record of the evidence presented to the trial court and all the pre-trial and trial court proceedings are reviewed — unless the appeal is by way of re-hearing, new evidence will usually only be considered on appeal in " very " rare instances, for example if that material evidence was unavailable to a party for some very significant reason such as prosecutorial misconduct.
* in the United States, determining whether the Seventh Amendment's right to a jury trial applies ( a determination of a fact necessary to resolution of a " common law " claim ) or whether the issue will be decided by a judge ( issues of what the law is, and all issues relating to equity ).
" Another key component affecting a trial outcome is the jury selection, in which attorneys will attempt to include jurors from whom they feel they can get a favorable response or at the least unbiased fair decision.
So while there are many factors affecting the outcome of a trial, the cross-examination of a witness will often have an impact on an open minded unbiased jury searching for the certainty of facts upon which to base their decision.
If this issue is raised, evidence will be placed before the court, which will normally rule as a preliminary matter whether the plea is substantiated, and if it so finds, the projected trial will be prevented from proceeding.
Generally, when a case has successfully overcome the hurdles of standing, Case or Controversy and State Action, it will be heard by a trial court.
From these observations, there is no reason to assume at any point that a change of luck is warranted based on prior trials ( flips ), because every outcome observed will always have been as likely as the other outcomes that were not observed for that particular trial, given a fair coin.
In law, interrogatories ( also known as requests for further information ) are a formal set of written questions propounded by one litigant and required to be answered by an adversary, in order to clarify matters of fact and help to determine in advance what facts will be presented at any trial in the case.
The pleadings of the parties are intended to let the other parties know what each side will seek to prove at trial, and what case they have to answer.
In the United States, a trial in which the insanity defense is invoked typically involves the testimony of psychiatrists or psychologists who will, as expert witnesses, present opinions on the defendant's state of mind at the time of the offense.
If found to not ever become competent for trial, they will be evaluated via a Jackson hearing for possible continued commitment to protect the public.
For example, if N is the number ( 2 < sup > 521 </ sup > − 1 ) × ( 2 < sup > 607 </ sup > − 1 ), then trial division will quickly factor 10N as 2 × 5 × N, but will not quickly factor N into its factors.
In the presence of a threshold issue that will ultimately decide a case, a court may elect to hear that issue rather than proceeding with a full-blown trial.
If the plaintiff brings onlyclaims which are equitable, but the defendant asserts counterclaims which are of law, then the court will grant a trial by jury.
Sanger was convicted ; the trial judge held that women did not have " the right to copulate with a feeling of security that there will be no resulting conception.
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Petitioner, who claims to be a conscientious objector, contends that he was denied due process, both in the proceedings before a hearing officer of the Department of Justice and at trial.
I studied Welch closely as the trial progressed for any hint which might give me a lead as to how he might be thwarted.
However, such a hotbed of gossip had grown up during the trial, that every precaution had to be taken to keep my visit from being whispered to the world, Society, and even, alas, to my own mother.
For an experiment to qualify as a binomial experiment, it must have four properties: ( 1 ) there must be a fixed number of trials, ( 2 ) each trial must result in a `` success '' or a `` failure '' ( a binomial trial ), ( 3 ) all trials must have identical probabilities of success, ( 4 ) the trials must be independent of each other.
Therefore each binomial trial can be thought of as producing a value of a random variable associated with that trial and taking the values 0 and 1, with probabilities Q and P respectively.
Editor Foss stated, `` Of their guilt there can be no doubt but they are entitled to sufficient time to prepare for trial, and a fair trial ''.
The Providence Daily Post thought that there were probably good reasons for the haste in which the trial was being conducted and that the only thing gained by a delay would be calmer feelings.
If the petition is granted the appellant could be released from incarceration, the sentence could be modified, or a new trial could be ordered.
This might be the proper standard of review, for example, if the lower court resolved the case by granting a pre-trial motion to dismiss or motion for summary judgment which is usually based only upon written submissions to the trial court and not on any trial testimony.
Certain jurisdictions permit certain appeals to cause the trial to be heard afresh in the appellate court.
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The Supreme Court of Virginia has stated that '" This Court has repeatedly held that the effect of an appeal to circuit court is to " annul the judgment of the inferior tribunal as completely as if there had been no previous trial.
He also asserted the principle, that the trial was to be held, and the punishment inflicted, in the place where the crime had been committed.
The Senate refused to meet to hold an impeachment trial before the end of the old term, so the trial was held over until the next Congress.
On November 6, 1985, the M-19 stormed the Colombian Palace of Justice and held the Supreme Court magistrates hostage, intending to put president Betancur on trial.
The National Convention held the trial of Louis XVI and David voted for the death of the King, causing his wife, a royalist, to divorce him.
Independent local sources of political information on Eritrean domestic politics are scarce ; in September 2001 the government closed down all of the nation's privately owned print media, and outspoken critics of the government have been arrested and held without trial, according to domestic and international observers, including Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International.
Shortly before the trial Eiffel had announced his intention to resign from the Board of Directors of the Compagnie des Establissments Eiffel, and did so at a General Meeting held on 14 February, saying " I have absolutely decided to abstain from any participation in any manufacturing business from now on, and so that no one can be misled and to make it most evident that I intend to remain absolutely uninvolved with the management of the establishments which bear my name, I wish to that my name should disappear from the name of the company.
The success of a multi-center trial for treating children with SCID ( severe combined immune deficiency or " bubble boy " disease ) held from 2000 and 2002 was questioned when two of the ten children treated at the trial's Paris center developed a leukemia-like condition.
Some assessments suggest that Bruno's ideas about the universe played a smaller role in his trial than his pantheist beliefs, which differed from the interpretations and scope of God held by the Catholic Church.
* 1920 – The second Palmer Raid takes place with another 6, 000 suspected communists and anarchists arrested and held without trial.
The trial on determining the validity of the specifications which was held in the following year was inconclusive, but the injunctions remained in force and the infringers, except for Jonathan Hornblower, all began to settle their cases.
The trial on indictment of any offence against any law of the Commonwealth shall be by jury, and every such trial shall be held in the State where the offence was committed, and if the offence was not committed within any State the trial shall be held at such place or places as the Parliament prescribes.