Court Ordered

Some articles on court ordered, courts, court:

Robert Goddard Montessori - Magnet Programs and Centers
... were first implemented in PGCPS in 1985, to fulfill a court ordered desegregation mandate ... Americans and due to the expense of operating the Magnet Schools Program, courts began to investigate the justification of PGCPS's magnet program ... In 2004, a court ruled to discontinue court-ordered busing which had existed in the county, for over 30 years, based primarily on the fact that desegregation, was no longer an issue in the ...
Bail - Czech Republic
1.6 million), then denied by appellate court following state prosecutor's complaint David Rath charged with accepting bribe (2012) bail set at CZK 14 ... manslaughter) (2012) bail set at CZK 4 million, then doubled by appellate court following prosecutor's complaint Robert Rosenberg charged with procuring prostitution, trafficking (2008) bail set at CZK 600.000 ... After the bail has been posted, the court must again review the grounds for bail, and must decide either to accept or refuse the bail ...
Missouri V. Jenkins - History
... The District Court then instead named the school district as a defendant ... The courts held that the state of Missouri was liable for segregated schools within the boundaries of KCMSD ... However, over the 18 year span of the case, the court ordered remedies focused instead on improving educational facilities and programs ...

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