Will the court judgment make any difference to me?
Often their clients are happy with the vindication of the court judgment.
He now makes enough money from court judgments to support himself full time.
A citizen could not be put in prison, punished or killed without a court judgment.
A year ago, Global won a court judgment against two former investors, saying they were trying to disrupt its operations.
If they do not, the agency added, the city would seek court judgments against them.
In 1854, the court judgment against him was set aside.
Recent court judgments have encouraged patients to look elsewhere for an answer to their health problems.
The cause of justice is not served if civil or criminal court judgments cannot be enforced.
A The court judgment will not make any difference to the outcome of your complaint.
Twice did the court sentence the responsible publisher to imprisonment.
All persons sentenced under these articles should be executed within one day after the court sentence.
The first-ever court sentence of house arrest with an electronic bracelet was in 1983.
Judge Solomon said that his court sentences about 30 to 40 people a day to community service for fare beating.
Few additional court sentences have been announced since then, but the television images of people being sentenced to death still chill many workers.
If the proceedings show the violation of other laws by the same act, the court sentence on these too.
He was then sentenced to six months to five years in prison, minus 170 of the days from his previous 180-day municipal court sentence.
Each Member State is responsible for the central storage and management of information on court sentences.
In addition, he received a criminal court sentence in 2007.
It's time to make every criminal know that he or she will serve 70 percent of the court sentence.
Panama officials agreed to take him - until Jewish groups showed them the court findings.
According to later court findings, in November 1898, Moore threatened to kill William and continued to do so over the following months.
The section also states that the courts can appoint "voting referees" to report the court findings based on literacy tests.
Despite two Federal court findings that the fence is illegal, it remains standing.
These include using administrative orders to freeze assets and impose severe penalties, even before a court finding of guilt.
A subsequent court finding revealed that the explosion had been due to defective tubes.
The Attorney General might be tempted instead to appeal the latest court finding.
Shareholders interviewed, however, tended to minimize the potential impact of the court findings on the way they vote.
The discrimination has been documented in court findings and internal investigations.
The statement clashed with the court findings and the new evidence uncovered, but was presented as certain despite being supported by nothing other than testimonies.