Decisions

Some articles on decisions, decision:

Law Library Of Congress - History of The Law Library - The Law Collections in The Early Years of The Library of Congress
... It included Virginia laws and court decisions, but material from other states (which Jefferson had classified as "foreign law") remained limited ... received copies of all federal laws and Supreme Court decisions, obtaining state laws and decisions of state courts remained a problem for decades ...
Ann Aiken - Federal Judge - Decisions
... The decision received national attention and came in the case of the Brandon Mayfield lawsuit against the federal government for false detainment following ... In the decision, Aiken held that those provisions of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act violate the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution ...
Montana Supreme Court - Procedures - Citations and Case Reporters
... a "public domain" or "neutral-format" case citation, which consists of the year of decision, the state’s postal abbreviation, and finally a sequential number the ... The citations of decisions that have been designated as not for publication are followed by an "N" (e.g. 2006 MT 6N), to indicate that those decisions should not be cited for precedential value in any court ...
Tennessee Court Of Criminal Appeals - Proceedings
... Decisions of the Court of Criminal Appeals decisions may be appealed to the Tennessee Supreme Court by permission ... All decisions in capital cases are, however, appealed automatically ...
Humanitarian Accountability Partnership International - Humanitarian Accountability - Importance of Accountability
... usually lack access to formal procedures for participation in decisions about assistance ... Life and death decisions Finally, in humanitarian situations the consequences of decisions can be particularly severe ... For example, a person’s decision to queue for food distribution (rather than forage or seek help through private networks) may be a gamble with life or death if ...

Famous quotes containing the word decisions:

    Most of my decisions in life seem absent-minded but inevitable.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    I really cannot know whether I am or am not the Genius you are pleased to call me, but I am very willing to put up with the mistake, if it be one. It is a title dearly enough bought by most men, to render it endurable, even when not quite clearly made out, which it never can be till the Posterity, whose decisions are merely dreams to ourselves, has sanctioned or denied it, while it can touch us no further.
    George Gordon Noel Byron (1788–1824)

    The great questions of the day will not be settled by means of speeches and majority decisions ... but by iron and blood.
    Otto Von Bismarck (1815–1898)