judges to use when facing a situation where a state rule
Bar President Hank Coxe, who, like Rothman, practices criminal law, said a change to the state rule
several years ago got rid of perceived problems.
Washington State farmworkers who mix, Load, or apply organophosphate or N-methyl carbamate pesticides must now receive cholinesterase blood tests as part of a controversial new state rule
The district court denied the motion, finding that the state rule
that requires litigants to have been unsuccessful in three or more suits to post a cost bond, infringed on a fundamental liberty right as applied to petitions filed by state prisoners.
uses the word 'ensure,' this state rule
uses the word 'insure,' which implies that the facility is strictly liable if there is an accident," he wrote.
We started out at La Center with three handicaps: (1) I was hired late in the summer; (2) a state rule
prohibited coaches from working out the players during the three weeks prior to the official start of practice, and (3) we couldn't have the customary two-a-day workouts because of the unusually late starting time date of our school's unusually early start.
Iraqi security forces have ended three years of Islamic State rule
in the Iraqi city of Mosul, and the group is under growing pressure in Raqqa - both strongholds in the militants' crumbling self-proclaimed caliphate.
of Memphis has been granted an exemption to a state rule
so that it can act as both adviser and bidder on school bonds issued in Arkansas this year.
Clients would likely bring fewer claims, making this provision attractive regardless of which state rule
triggers the running of the statute.
The decisions by the Virginia and Massachusetts courts demonstrate that taxpayers may successfully challenge a state rule
that unnecessarily limits the immunity provided by P.
The district court held that a state rule
that prohibited inmates from misusing, damaging or wasting state property was not unconstitutionally vague.
The Supreme Court ruled that the retroactive application of an amended state rule
which changed the frequency of required parole reconsideration hearings for inmates serving life sentences from every three years to every eight years did not necessarily violate the Ex Post Facto Clause because a significant risk of prolonging the prisoner's incarceration was not inherent in the framework of the rule.