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n the formal decision or finding of a jury on the matters or questions duly submitted to them at a trial.
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HOUSTON, May 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Two courtroom verdicts won by The Lanier Law Firm are featured among the top Texas jury awards of the past year in a special publication from Texas Lawyer, the state's oldest independent legal newspaper.
Article 123 of the penal code states: "Any public employee who refrains from carrying out a court verdict is to be punished by imprisonment and suspension.
A 27-FOLD increase in the number of narrative verdicts issued by coroners may be masking the effects of the current economic crisis on suicide rates, doctors have warned.
Amid the assembly election campaign in Bihar, Lok Janshakti Party president Ram Vilas Paswan said the verdict disappointed the minority.
On Friday morning, the residents in Ayodhya rushed to grab copies of the morning newspaper that splashed banner headlines of the verdict.
This is a partial verdict," said Howard Rubenstein, a Silverstein spokesman.
The report by the American Tort Reform Association, whose members include companies and business groups, said attorneys and plaintiffs shop around for locations where they can get large verdicts or settlements.
Suzuki lost a $90 million verdict after the trial judge barred evidence that the driver in the crash had attended a wine tasting just before the accident.
5) Ignoring the admonition from Justice Holmes that verdicts should not be overturned based on mere speculation or even inquiry into the reasoning behind the inconsistent verdict, Florida decisions have created a distinction without a difference in reference to inconsistent verdicts.
The particular case which earned the fourth highest verdict was tried by Robert V.
The court's verdict can be appealed before the Court of Cassation, Egypt's highest litigation court.
I don't believe the judge will throw out the verdict.