In a special news conference, he said: "We don't know all the answers yet and I would caution against jumping to conclusions
until we have all the facts.
Whilst I do not condone the behaviour of the lady in question who apparently hurled abuse at the driver, it is high time people stopped jumping to conclusions
that if someone is driving a car, or perhaps even a 'flashy car', that they can't possibly be disabled.
Jumping to conclusions
and leaking information, however, had come from the agency itself this time although the watchdog's performance is supposed to be objective and free of any political exploitation.
But jumping to conclusions
is the way some people operate.
When a friend of victim's advocate Tate McCormik is murdered, McCormik is certain the killer was an enraged domestic violence group member, while Detective Joe Healey knows that jumping to conclusions
is ill-advised at best.
Such as, perhaps, wading through paperwork (100 cal), throwing one's weight around (200 cal), or jumping to conclusions
Such as, perhaps, jumping to conclusions
(100 cal), throwing their weight around (200 cal), or wading through paperwork (300 cal)?
Until the prosecutor releases his findings, little good can come from jumping to conclusions
He says educators should consider the source of the study before jumping to conclusions
ALEX Hamilton, the Wrexham FC owner, last night accused the town's MP Ian Lucas of jumping to conclusions
about a land deal allowing him to acquire the freehold of the club's Racecourse.
We must avoid stigmatizing anyone or jumping to conclusions
," he told Europe 1 radio.