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law and reinstated
This federally overruled a state law to the contrary and reinstated a practice that had been in use for more than two decades with other probate judges despite being at odds with the contested state law.
In 63 BC, the law of Sulla was abolished by the tribune Titus Labienus, and a modified form of the lex Domitia was reinstated providing for election by comitia tributa once again: Gaius Julius Caesar followed Ahenobarbus's precedent by being elected by public vote, although Caesar at least had previously been a pontiff.
The Grow Iowa Values Fund was reinstated at the end of the 2005 session: under the current law, $ 50 million per year will be set aside over the next ten years.
However, voters repealed the domestic partnership law by initiative ; a modified version was reinstated by another voter initiative, 1990's Proposition K, also written by Britt.
The patent was overturned in 1999 ; however, in 2001, the US Patent Office reinstated the patent because the law at the time the patent was granted did not allow a third party such as COICA standing to object.
** By a margin of two to one, voters in Tacoma, Washington reject a ballot initiative which would have reinstated a gay civil rights law repealed by voters in November 1989.
* 28 — The Louisiana Supreme Court reinstated the state's sodomy law, ruling that the plaintiff lacks standing to challenge it.
Religious concessions reinstated Sharia law, while Koran schools and waqf lands were restored.
He was reinstated to the bar in 2005 after paying a small fee, but currently holds an ' inactive ' status " which is common for attorneys that are not actively practicing law.
Antigua and Barbuda reinstated it in 1990, followed by the Bahamas in 1991 ( where, however, it was subsequently banned by law ) and Barbados in 1993 ( only to be formally declared inhumane and thus unconstitutional by the Barbados Supreme Court ).
In 1982, the regular court system was reinstated, but with the judges now trained in Islamic law.
Both referendums meet the quorum, but the law was reinstated under different terms.
Despite both referendums meeting the quorum, and a new first-past-the-post electoral system being used in Italian national elections from 1994 to 2001, the Berlusconi government in 2005 partially reinstated proportional representation under a new law.
He was reinstated later that year under the exemption for those who had worn the uniform of Germany or its allies in World War I, which had been insisted on by President Paul von Hindenburg before he signed the bill into law.
He was reinstated to the bar in 2005 after paying a small fee, but currently holds an ' inactive ' status ", which is common for attorneys that are not actively practicing law.
In 1903, the lieutenant-governor of British Burma, Hugh Shakespear Barnes, reinstated the title by sanad charter, giving the Thathanapaing nominal authority over internal administration of the Sangha in Upper Burma and over Buddhist ecclesiastical law.
New Orleans had been under martial law imposed by the Union for the greater part of the American Civil War but on May 12, 1866 Mayor John T. Monroe was reinstated as acting mayor, the position he held before the civil war.
Military law was reinstated, and the new Junta appointed General Phaedon Gizikis as President and economist Adamantios Androutsopoulos as Prime Minister, although Ioannides remained the behind-the-scenes strongman.
A new law, that of April 23, 1906, reinstated El Zapotal as part of Las Vuelas and also moved the prosperous cantones of La Ceiba and La Laguna to Chalatenango.
During the McCarthy era, Beecher lost his teaching job for refusing to sign a state loyalty oath ; seventeen years later the California Supreme Court overturned this law in 1967, and he was reinstated in 1977.

law and Sherbert
In Sherbert v. Verner ( 1963 ), for example, the Court upheld a Seventh-day Adventist's claim to unemployment benefits even though she declined to make herself available to work on Saturday ( her Sabbath ) as the law required.

law and Test
* 1973 – In handing down the decision in Miller v. California 413 US 15, the Supreme Court of the United States establishes the Miller Test for obscenity in U. S. law.
In May 1951, in Genetic Psychology Monographs volume 43, page 204, Anne Roe gives a transcript of an interview ( part of a Thematic Apperception Test, asking impressions on a photograph ) with Theoretical Physicist number 3: "... As for himself he realized that this was the inexorable working of the second law of the thermodynamics which stated Murphy's law ‘ If anything can go wrong it will ’.
In the United Kingdom and countries such as Malaysia and Singapore, informed consent in medical procedures requires proof as to the standard of care to be expected as a recognised standard of acceptable professional practice ( the Bolam Test ), that is, what risks would a medical professional usually disclose in the circumstances ( see Loss of right in English law ).
" In early 1973, despite mediocre Law School Admission Test scores, Bundy was accepted into the law schools of UPS and the University of Utah on the strength of letters of recommendation from Evans, Davis, and several UW psychology professors.
In the United States, most law schools require a bachelor's degree, a satisfactory undergraduate grade point average, and a satisfactory score on the Law School Admission Test ( LSAT ) as prerequisites for admission.
program is 3. 9, and the median Law School Admission Test ( LSAT ) score is 168 ( 96th percentile ), making the law school the most selective in Canada, and one of the most selective in North America.
: See also: Autonomous law schools in India, Common Law Admission Test
To shore up the Protestantism of the nation, Parliament passed the Test Act of 1673, which became law on 20 March 1673.
* Multistate Performance Test, having to do with the profession of law in the United States of America
At the end of the year, the parliament passed a bill, a second Test Act, excluding Catholics from membership of both Houses ( a law not repealed until 1829 ).
The First Amendment to the United States Constitution provides that " Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof ...." and Article VI specifies that " no religious Test shall ever be required as a Qualification to any Office or public Trust under the United States.
The O ' Brien Test is thus: The law in question must
This law also applies if part of the batsman's equipment is dislodged and hits the stumps: Dwayne Bravo hit Kevin Pietersen in the head with a bouncer and his helmet hit the stumps during the 2007 England vs West Indies Test match at Old Trafford ; a topspinner from Richie Benaud once knocked off Joe Solomon's cap, and the cap landed on Solomon's stumps.
They cover a wide range of topics including: SAT, ACT, PSAT, AP Exams, College Level Examination Program ( CLEP ), Test of English as a Foreign Language ( TOEFL ), Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery ( ASVAB ), civil service, nursing, EMT, postal service, case worker, law enforcement, and more.
Adjudicator Eric Whist found that Firth treated the three men in an “ aggressive and demanding manner ” and that her decision to question them was “ tainted by considerations of their race and colour .” One of the complainants, Selwyn Pieters, had previously launched a racial-bias complaint against the standardized Law School Admission Test after his application to the University of Toronto law school was rejected based on his score, and has stated that " e know that racism in the criminal justice system, in the legal profession, is endemic.
Admission to the former programme is through the Common Law Admission Test, a highly competitive, nationwide common entrance examination, held jointly by the fourteen national law schools.
The Department of Education is responsible for implementing standardized tests required by state and federal law, including the Ohio Achievement Test ( OAT ), Ohio Graduation Test ( OGT ), and Ohio Test of English Language Acquisition ( OTELA ).
The Court established the Madsen Test, which provides that injunctive relief can be granted when it is shown that the defendant has violated or imminently will violate some provision of law, there is a discernible danger of recurrent violations, and a following speech restrictive injunction may not burden speech more than necessary to serve a significant government interest.
The one required for nearly all universities is the Ordinary National Education Test ( O-NET ) aiming to test basic knowledge across the following subjects required under the Thai law:
Bakan was supposedly influenced by US case law, which Morton and Knopff write should disappoint " Those who praise the section 1 / Oakes Test as a distinctively Canadian approach to rights litigation.
However, the provisions of the Protect Act are distinct, since they establish the requirement of showing obscenity as defined by the Miller Test, which was not an element of the 1996 law.

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