Appellant argues the trial court erred
in admitting evidence of K.'s recent complaints of sexual abuse because K.
'The Learned Trial Judge erred
in law and totally misinterpreted sections 10, 12 and 25 of the Oyo State Chiefs Law in purporting to interpret these sections he introduced extraneous provisions which are not contained in the law, thereby excluding the general scheme and the general provisions of the law.'
* Whether the commissioners erred
in approving a USR application where the uncontroverted evidence demonstrated the proposed industrial use would violate the applicable noise standard.
The High Court erred
to mero moto amend rule 53 to include the review of executive decisions, alternatively, executive decisions of the nature of the impugned decision.
Relative to the issue of whether the trial court erred
in denying remittitur on the damages awarded by the jury, the court was highly circumspect.
The appeals court vacated and remanded, finding that district court erred
in dismissing the petition.
Mead Corporation -- scheduled for argument on November 8 -- the government relies heavily on Correll to support its position that the appellate court erred
in not recognizing the significant deference to be accorded revenue rulings.
on the side of caution" and the horse sustained a career-ending injury.
, most critics now believe, in painting a Milton who is too moderate and irenic; Zagorin errs by painting a Milton for whom religion is unimportant This attitude is evidenced not only by Zagorin's repeated comments but by his failure to discuss the political implications of works, such as "On the Morning of Christ's Nativity," which reveal views of history that are difficult to secularize.
On appeal, Ward argued the trial court had erred
by ruling as a matter of law that he was not a third-party beneficiary of the HAZCOErnst contract.
Greenup argues that (1) the circuit court erred
in denying his request to call jurors as witnesses at the postconviction hearing, (2) the court erred
in admitting a videotaped interview of the victim, (3) trial counsel was ineffective, and (4) he should receive a new trial in the interest of justice.
Kirugi argues that the judge erred
by failing to appreciate that the orders issued by Okwany were mandatory orders.