Sentences with word «prosecution»

Prosecution is a 1990 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Thulasidas, starring Manoj K Jayan and Ranjini in the lead roles. (Wikipedia) (See all definitions)
Sir Keir Starmer QC, the former director of public prosecutions for England and Wales, is in talks to join Mishcon de Reya.
LAW
The prominent developer and two other Ciminelli executives who are charged in the case — Michael Laipple and Kevin Schuler — said little during their initial appearance, but their lawyers were quick to criticize the prosecution for how it handled their arrest.
POLITICS
He was acquitted on the basis that the prosecution had not discharged the burden of proof.
LAW
Therefore, we are dedicated to the prosecution of research across all fields of study, believing in research culture with clear application and relevance.
SCIENCE
I understand the point that there may be little for counsel to do, but it seems odd to say that the right (which simply refers to assistance of counsel in criminal prosecutions) attaches but that legal fiction takes on no reality until some later point when we think its more salient for your trial that you have counsel.
LAW
We have a very small number of staff, but they understand that the unauthorized distribution of client's files will result in severe criminal prosecution under existing Thai law.
BOOKS
We advise clients on corporate internal investigations and private prosecutions, and we regularly act for journalists, newspapers and media organisations on a wide range of issues from terrorism legislation to contempt of court.
LAW
In doing so, Judge Weinstein effectively affirmed the CFTC's 2015 finding that bitcoin and other virtual currencies are «properly defined» as commodities, a pivotal interpretation that could set a standard for cryptocurrency prosecution at large.
BUSINESS
«As a general matter, investigations and prosecutions should be about gathering the facts and the evidence and applying the law,» Shur said.
BUSINESS
According to him, the outspoken member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) possesses the qualities needed for the position which was created by the government to lead the prosecution of corrupt state officials.
POLITICS
Wondering why the EFCC was shying away from addressing the matter, he argued that the issues raised in the bail application were within the knowledge of the prosecution as they form the subject matter of the charge which had not changed since last year.
POLITICS
Even if Y begs badly to be killed, X still is liable to prosecution.
LAW
«But, because the business is so highly regulated on a state level and the threat of federal as well as state prosecution for violation remains, potential investors will want to take a long, hard look at the operations and the people involved in any investment opportunity.»
BUSINESS
Because the government has so much power, because the risk of wrongful conviction is so great (even when the prosecution is well intended), the only way a person could ever get a fair trial is to require such inequities.
LAW
Like Clyne, Soares is now the incumbent for whom voters have lost confidence and who has failed to deliver on a campaign pledge to end selective prosecution so common in Albany.
POLITICS
Waiting for prosecution in other jurisdictions to be resolved is therefore less of an option, similarly, there are no prizes for taking the maximum amount of time in preparing a response, that timescale being up to 6 months.
LAW
Private persons could initiate prosecutions.
LAW
This article discusses the firm's approach to matter management for patent prosecution and for post-grant proceedings.
LAW
Howe, a star prosecution witness and one-time Cuomo family insider in his second day on the stand, said he shared an office with old friend Percoco while he was running Cuomo's 2014 re-election and heard first hand how his closeness to the governor overrode his departure from his state post.
POLITICS
All of the incidents of violence deserve impartial investigation and prosecution of those responsible.
POLITICS
Jim Murphy's practice includes the prosecution and defense of complex commercial litigation matters as well as the representation of individuals and companies in connection with the merger and acquisition of their business concerns.
LAW
Increasingly, the savvier members of the prosecution staff recognized that their entire case came down to the sex - whether the president had lied about it in his deposition and then in his grand jury testimony.
BOOKS
He was determined to focus on cases that would resonate more forcefully with New York's working class and then to build those cases into something bigger than just straightforward prosecutions or fat settlements.
POLITICS
The trial, which is expected to last another three months, will resume with the prosecution formally wrapping up its case in the morning with the former chief executive of News International the first of seven defendants to go into the witness box.
POLITICS
I know how to expose weaknesses in the prosecution's case against you and will fight to have your charges dismissed or reduced.
LAW
Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, has ordered the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris to «promptly investigate and ensure the prosecution of culprits in the recent communal...
POLITICS
Joe Percoco's attorney pressed prosecution witness Todd Howe in an attempt to bolster a defense theory that Percoco had been deceived into believing he was taking fees from an Albany-based lobbying firm, not under-the-table bribes.
POLITICS
The Judge's rebuke is a reminder that private prosecutions, which have swung into fashion in recent times, need to be carefully handled.
LAW
The major trip-ups for lawyers in this area, according to Scott Kozlov, ARDC Senior Counsel in charge of UPL prosecutions in Illinois, are three-fold: 1) failure to pay their attorney registration fee on time; 2) failure to comply with the Minimum Legal Education Requirements; and 3) cross-border problems.
LAW
Our spring Lunchtime Seminar Series runs through May 10 and will feature thoughtful discussions on NCAA Women's Basketball, preventing youth depression, activism for scholars, sexual assault prosecution, teacher wellbeing, and child marriage.
RELATIONSHIPS
Our aggressive approach allows us to keep the prosecution off guard and make it difficult for them to build a strong case against you.
LAW
After Skelos» conviction, U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara tweeted: «How many prosecutions will it take before Albany gives the people of New York the honest government they deserve?»
POLITICS
The final issue relates to the prosecution practices of administrative bodies.
LAW
«We have no alternative but to move forward with criminal investigation and potential prosecution
LAW
Operating a minibus without a permit could invalidate the vehicle's insurance cover and could also result in a school or college risking prosecution for operating an unlicensed Public Service Vehicle (PSV).
EDUCATION
What does the prosecution have to do here?
LAW
Mark's litigation experience includes criminal and civil issues relating to pharmaceuticals; biotechnology and medical devices; Federal Corrupt Practices Act matters; tax and accounting-related fraud; environmental and wildlife prosecutions; and federal contracting and procurement fraud.
LAW
According to Keating, Boyd's case was the first prosecution of this type and was described by the trial judge as being exactly the type of case the law was introduced to deal with.
LAW
He says that businesses have access to much more talent from partners that have left law firms while inside counsel is also seeking talent to solve legal trends like IP prosecution.
LAW
In addition, it would extend the period in which the government could bring a prosecution against an employer to two years from one year.
LAW
He worked with local authorities on the prosecution of those cases.
PETS
He utilizes his combined prosecution and litigation background to provide strategic counseling to clients on business oriented IP licensing and portfolio development plans.
LAW
Josue Rivera, 40, better known to the comics industry and readers as the artist Justiniano, has failed in his effort to have evidence in the child-pornography prosecution against him tossed out.
BOOKS
We approach each task no matter the size with confidentiality, integrity and expediency to ensure losses are limited and solutions and prosecutions are handled with as little impact to your business as possible.
LAW
«As a young Army Officer, I took part from the beginning to the end in the tragic Nigerian Civil War and I know the role the young NAF played in the successful prosecution of the war», President Buhari added.
POLITICS
Therefore lobbying WILL happen, legally or illegally, just varying in its exact forms to avoid prosecution.
POLITICS
The committee will not, however, undertake an assessment of the probative value of the scientific evidence in any specific component of the investigation, prosecution, or civil litigation and will offer no view on the guilt or innocence of any person (s) in connection with the 2001 B. anthracis mailings, or any other B. anthracis incidents.
SCIENCE
Schneiderman, who was a hold out on the deal until the final hours before the agreement was reached, says his resistance gained the right to continue criminal prosecutions against the banking industry for possible fraud, and to provide money for underwater and foreclosed homeowners for legal representation.
POLITICS
The strongly worded statement gives some indication of the strength of feeling amassed against May's slavery initiative, which is accused of putting a focus on prosecutions ahead of caring for victims.
POLITICS
Are you tired of reporting illegal formula marketing in the UK and seeing no prosecutions brought against the law breakers by the responsible authorities?
PARENTING
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