Early life and pre-judicial career — [ edit ] Boyhood and early career —93 [ edit ] The five Landis boys in November ; Kenesaw second from left was almost sixteen years old. Abraham Landis had been wounded fighting on the Union side at the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain in Georgia, and when his parents proved unable to agree on a name for the new baby, Mary Landis proposed that they call him Kenesaw Mountain. At the time, both spellings of "Kenesaw" were used, but in the course of time, "Kennesaw Mountain" became the accepted spelling of the battle site.
Calendar - List of cases scheduled for hearing in court.
Capital Crime - A crime possibly punishable by death. Caption - The heading on a legal document listing the parties, the court, the case number, and related information. Case Law - Law established by previous decisions of appellate courts. Cause - A lawsuit, litigation, or action.
Any question, civil or criminal, litigated or contested before a court of justice. Caveat - A warning; a note of caution. Certified Copy — A copy of a document with a certificate attesting to its accuracy and completeness by the officer who has custody of the original.
Denied - Stands for "certiorari denied"; a writ of certiorari is a discretionary method by which a superior court chooses the cases it wishes to hear.
If an appellate court grants a writ of certiorari, it agrees to take the appeal.
Usually refers to a request for the Supreme Court to review a decision of the Court of Appeals. Challenge - Term used in a jury trial for an attemp to exclude a potential juror.
Challenge for Cause - Objection to the seating of a particular juror for a stated reason usually bias or prejudice for or against one of the parties in the lawsuit.
The judge has the discretion to deny the challenge. Distinguished from peremptory challenge, which they party can usually exercise as a matter of right. Change of Venue - Moving a lawsuit or criminal trial to another place for trial.
Venue may be changed when a cases has received so much local publicity as to create a likelihood of bias in the jury pool.
Charges multiple - A case with more than one count or offense listed on the court file. Charging Document - A citation, information, indictment or notice to appear, indicating that the named person committed a specific criminal offense or civil infraction.
Chief Judge - Presiding or administrative judge in a court. Circumstantial Evidence - All evidence except eyewitness testimony.
Evidence from which an inference must be drawn. Examples include documents, photographs, and physical evidence, such as fingerprints.If your manager doesn't deal with your appeal fairly, you can appeal against this. If they uphold a decision to dismiss you without dealing with your appeal fairly, you may be able to make a claim for unfair dismissal to an employment tribunal.
This Revised Act is an administrative consolidation of the Unfair Dismissals Act It is prepared by the Law Reform Commission in accordance with its function under the Law Reform Commission Act (3/) to keep the law under review and to undertake revision and consolidation of statute law..
All Acts up to and including Paternity Leave and Benefit Act (11/), enacted 27 July. The hearing process begins after an applicant for benefits has been denied at the initial and (in most states) reconsideration levels.
The next step in the appeals process is a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ). A formal condolence letter is written in formal language and is generally used to intimate any person about the death of his love one. This type of condolence letter is generally used to send by a company or offices like military to the family of the dead employee.
general teaching council for england. The GTC is the professional body for teaching in England. Our overall purpose is to work in the public interest to help improve standards of teaching and learning.
an act to make further provision for securing the safety, health and welfare of persons at work and for the enforcement of the relevant statutory provisions, to give further effect to council directive 89//eec of 12 june 1 on the introduction of measures to encourage improvements in the safety and health of workers at work and council directive 91//eec of 25 june 2 on measures.