Res judicata lays down the fundamental principle that one cannot collaterally
attack flaws in a judgment's merits, whereas one can sometimes collaterally
attack flaws in the court's authority to have rendered the judgment.
A defendant can always collaterally
challenge his plea as not knowing or as involuntary.
Power outages hit Metro Manila's suburban Quezon City on Sunday night, said Pama, adding all these incidents came from collaterally
affected areas away from the Typhoon's wrath.
, they were the difference between the two sides in a match which set the tone for a 4-0 series success as England dethroned India to go to the top of the world rankings for the first time.
, its delimning of new forms of human association and organization.
Gould argued that, based on the bankruptcy court's holding, the IRS was collaterally
estopped from asserting that he was not the grantor of the liquidating trust.
The government continues to seek international loans to maintain currency stability while collaterally
increasing foreign debt.
A large part of this came to be by collaterally
borrowing money from his cash value life insurance.
Norris was collaterally
estopped from denying the civil fraud penalties for that year and the statute of limitation for assessment for that year remained open.
Reading about Trevor-Roper-Hitler chaser, Oxbridge don, occasional foreign correspondent, bomb thrower-means doing one's learning collaterally
, like taking in the fine view on a train ride that gets you from here to there.
If it's unethical to engage in prosecutorial misconduct, then isn't it also unethical to try to get someone to sign an agreement where they're waiving [the right to collaterally
attack] prosecutorial misconduct?
Federal defendants can't collaterally
attack prior state convictions used to enhance their sentences.