Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
"It is therefore premature for Microsoft to claim that the commission has prejudiced their rights of defense."
If the CVM charges any individuals or companies they have full rights of defense in court.
His is the right of defense, but ours is the privilege of enforcing our law.
Djorov plays in the right of defense.
In my time, it was the living Constitution that required the police to inform the accused of their fundamental rights of defense (in 1966).
A meeting of Berlin attorneys demanded a change to the law in order to prevent such a curtailment of the fundamental rights of defense attorneys.
He also called for broadening the role and rights of defense lawyers and stiffening penalties for abuses of civil rights by Government officials.
She added: "I've always said I do not believe in spending personal money for campaigns, but I do believe in the right of defense, correcting one's reputation."
Military personnel who are dismissed from the Turkish Armed Forces will have the right to appeal to the judiciary, the right to legal remedies and the right of defense.
In a letter to the commission dated Monday that was leaked to the press, Microsoft accused the European antitrust regulator of "seriously prejudicing Microsoft's right of defense."
In Hovey, the Supreme Court specifically applied the Due Process Clause to fair trial guarantees, holding that due process "secures an 'inherent right of defense'".
In a statement, Vivendi said, "Frauds have been committed by way of irregular court proceedings, which have failed to observe fundamental rights of defense and are contrary to international conventions."
If Mr. Hussein saw even a glimmer of contradiction in mocking a process that gave him a right of defense not granted to those he persecuted, he gave no sign.
The chief trial judge, Cai Yue, was quoted by the official New China News Agency as saying Mr. Wang had enjoyed "the full right of defense in accordance with the law."
That first line of attack is more-or-less made irrelevant, however, by the company's second assertion, which states that the Commission's investigation was "discriminatory and partial, and which prevents the applicant from exercising its rights of defense."
In its introductory provisions, the document not only places a high value on democracy but also asserts the right of defense against attempts by force to encroach upon or overthrow "state independence, territorial integrity, or the constitutional system" (Article 3).
"This situation, which has been going on indefinitely, has deprived Wei of his right of defense, to which he is entitled under the law, and is contradictory to the positive image China is promoting in terms of legal development."
The Pubblico Ministero can appoint experts to carry out examinations; and, when the examination cannot be repeated (for instance, an autopsy), he must inform the indagato, so that he can appoint another expert, to ensure his right of defense.
Opponents, usually lawyers and leftist political parties, argued that plea bargaining would greatly infringe on the rights of defense, the long-standing constitutional right of presumption of innocence, the rights of suspects in police custody, and the right to a fair trial.
The Act also required the court to consider the work as a whole, put a time limit on prosecutions, provided booksellers with a defense of innocent dissemination, gave publishers a right of defense against a destruction order, the right of appeal, and limited the penalty of conviction.
When the tribunal was being planned, Stephen Rapp, the United States Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes Issues, said that the "US government will help Bangladesh hold an open and transparent war crimes trial with the rights of defense for the accused."
And the court has read to you the rights and the guarantees that any accused is entitled to, which include the rights of defense and representation, and also the right not to answer any question asked, and that will never be used as evidence against you, against the accused.
Although usually not labeled as such (at hence not in the legal sense) it can be considered a type of corporal punishment, even if no further physical punishments are practiced within the institution (these can also be informal, without any rights of defense), since it constitutes a physical coercion.
The State Department said it "deeply regrets" that Ms. Berenson was not tried in an open court with full rights of defense, although American officials have not pressured the Peruvian Government because Ms. Berenson asked them not to make any special effort on her behalf.
It aims to implement Article 24 of the Italian Constitution and ensure access to the right of defense (in civil, administrative and criminal cases) to persons not able to independently obtain the services of a lawyer due to the inability to pay for them from their income (less than € 10.776,33 per capita).