Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
The impaneling of the jury had taken some time.
Sometime during my second impaneling, I lost my head.
But the impaneling of a grand jury would mark a new phase in the long-running bank fraud case.
That ruling allowed prosecutors to seek the death penalty and led to the impaneling of the grand jury.
This systemic tension emerges in almost every impaneling.
The impaneling of the Jury continued.
We need the immediate impaneling of grand juries in Houston and Washington to subpoena witnesses and documents.
On Tuesday, Judge Conley granted the request and ordered the impaneling of the grand jury for the following Saturday.
He added that similar demonstrations he had organized at other high-profile trials in racially charged cases in New York had not prevented the impaneling of juries.
Indeed, it could be that Ernst & Young's cooperation with the I.R.S. is behind the impaneling of a grand jury, several former tax and prosecution experts said.
On the prosecution side, impatience with Mr. Hunter's perceived indecision has touched off calls for the appointment of a special prosecutor or the impaneling of a grand jury.
The judge said Mr. Ray had told the judicial panel earlier this year that the impaneling of the new grand jury was one reason prosecutors should be allowed to continue the investigation.
The incident is one of at least seven in Queens that led to the impaneling of the special grand jury to investigate complaints that white officers had beaten black and Hispanic residents or subjected them to racial abuse.
Also, he said, the threat of $1.8 million in Medicaid and Medicare cuts, the impaneling of a state commission on hospital restructuring and Southampton's financial woes - annual budget losses and a $40 million debt - may have combined to force the hospital's hand.