Court Case

Some articles on case, court case, court:

Survivor's Law II - Synopsis
... beats Brandon's wife, Brenda (Rebecca Chan), in a case, and started working there ... In a court case, MK finally confesses of his love to Lily, but she didn't like him back because of his background ... after MK jumped into the sea (to swim back to get to a court case) and ended up in the hospital, she started to like him ...
Moshe Ya'ish Al-Nahari - Court Case - Appeal and Death Sentence
... On June 21, 2009, the appeals court sentenced al-Abdi to death ... lawyers responded that they would take the case to the country's Supreme Court ...
Manabu Oshio - History - Court Case
... to 30 months in prison, which was upheld by the Tokyo High Court on 18 April 2011 ... On 15 February 2012, the Supreme Court of Japan upheld Oshio's conviction ...
New Xade - Relocation Controversy & Court Case
... claims against the Government of Botswana in a landmark court case ... Though the court case was decided in December 2006 in favor of the San applicants, it has been argued that the Botswana Government has not followed through with ...
Sheridan V News Group Newspapers - Background
... he broke with the SSP in the aftermath of the court case to form Solidarity ... than legal response to the allegations and declined to publicly back his court case ... party declined and publicly requested that Sheridan abandon his court case ...

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