Initial Decision

Some articles on initial decision:

William Wilberforce - Abolition of The Slave Trade - Initial Decision
... The same spring, on 12 May 1787, the still hesitant Wilberforce held a conversation with William Pitt and the future Prime Minister William Grenville as they sat under a large oak tree on Pitt's estate in Kent ... Under what came to be known as the "Wilberforce Oak" at Holwood, Pitt challenged his friend "Wilberforce, why don’t you give notice of a motion on the subject of the Slave Trade? You have already taken great pains to collect evidence, and are therefore fully entitled to the credit which doing so will ensure you ...
Robert Mac Lean - Initial Decision By The Regional Merit Systems Protection Board Administrative Judge Franklin M. Kan
... Kang, issued an Initial Decision to uphold the TSA's removal of Robert MacLean ... Kang Initial Decision to the 3-member appellate MSPB panel in Washington DC ...

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