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Talk:Green March
... here, but source it well. The ICJ verdict said that Morocco (and Mauritania, and Spain ... simply no way whatsoever that the ICJ verdict could be presented as vindication of Hassan ... for any kind of doubt. The ICJ verdict was interpreted differently. According to Morocco there ... commentator could avoid seeing that the ICJ verdict ran directly counter to Morocco's (and ... I just copy-edited from the ICJ verdict. If you have a best wording ...
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Talk:Bjørn Lomborg/Archive01
... convice you that the 6 of january verdict is invalidated? They say it on their ... have removed the original version of the verdict. And now you have a person who ... speaks danish who also says that the verdict was invalidated by the ministery and that ... would come to the same not guilty verdict(with or without the side remarks) and ... text where it is suggested that the verdict still stands. I propose to take ...
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... of persons convened to render an impartial verdict (finding of fact) on a legal question ... do not take part in deciding the verdict), as a precaution in case a new ... an impartial panel capable of reaching a verdict, there are often procedures and requirements, for ... retire as a group to consider a verdict. The majority required for a verdict varies. In some countries their decision ...
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Not proven
Not proven Not proven is a verdict available to a court in Scotland. Under ... guilty, and not proven. A not proven verdict is an acquittal used when the judge ... probably committed the crime. The not proven verdict is often called the Scottish Verdict or the Scotch Verdict. History The not proven verdict was ...
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Jury trial
... U.S.) Self-incrimination Double jeopardy Verdict and sentencing Acquittal Conviction Mandatory sentencing ... the jurors if they have reached a verdict. If they answer in the affirmative the verdict will be read by the judge or ... or foreperson (depending on jurisdiction). If the verdict is not guilty the defendant will be released (for that charge). If the verdict is guilty the defendant will be ...
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Jury nullification
... a jury's refusal to render a verdict according to the law, as instructed by ... evidence presented. Instead, a jury bases its verdict on other grounds. Historically, examples include the ... prohibition on punishing jury members for their verdict, and the prohibition on retrying criminal defendants ... jury so as to return the desired verdict. In cases of treason or sedition, this ... believed the first jury returned a "false verdict". If the second jury returned a ...
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Talk:Rachelle Waterman/FAC
... guilty or innocent? Especially, as until a verdict is recorded the notoriety of the case ... remains unproven until a jury reaches a verdict; no matter what the defendant may, or ... complete (i.e. a jury reaches a verdict) then there is no story: Object Giano ... Peterson trial? While I can accept your verdict that this article may not qualify as a FA until a verdict is in, to take that one ...
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Talk:Islamist terrorism/Archive 1
... Mustafaa 23:37, 26 Nov 2004 (UTC) Verdict of the Qur'an...Revert War brewing ... on. While agree that the section titled "Verdict of the Qu'ran" is a little ... 3, 2004 (UTC) I do think the "Verdict..." section should discuss the point of view ... t seem right to talk about the "verdict" of the Qur'an without mentioning the ... 27, Jun 8, 2005 (UTC) Regarding the "Verdict of the Koran" section I find ...
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Motion (legal)
... a mistrial. A "motion for a directed verdict" asks the court to rule that the ... v." (non obstante veredicto, or notwithstanding the verdict) asks the court to reverse the jury's verdict on the grounds that the jury could not reasonably have reached such a verdict. This motion is made after the jury's verdict. If granted, the court enters a ...
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Scots law
... Scottish judges and juries to return a verdict of 'not proven' in criminal cases. Lawburrows ... are very rare in Scotland. "Not proven" verdict The Scots legal system is unique in ... with no possibility of retrial. The third verdict resulted from historical accident, in that there ... from the judge, but the "not proven" verdict lives on. The "not proven" verdict is often taken by juries and ...
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