It also directed the amicus curiae
to assist the court in the case.
The report came in pursuance to the apex court's October 6, 2017 order appointing him amicus curiae
to examine the material produced by the petitioner to ascertain whether there was need for further inquiry into the larger conspiracy behind the assassination.
In the United States, for example, the Supreme Court invites third-party and public input, in the form of so-called amicus curiae
("friend of the court") briefs.
(18.) Brief for the United States as Amicus Curiae
(1) Immediately after a deputy solicitor general began to lay out the government's defense, Chief Justice Roberts raised questions about an "extraordinary document"--an amicus curiae
brief by former government attorneys filed in opposition to the government's position.
As teorias sobre amicus curiae
postulam que esse instituto e instrumento de democratizacao e pluralizacao da jurisdicao constitucional, conferindo maior legitimidade a atuacao contramajoritaria das Supremas Cortes (1).
For example, amicus curiae
("friend of the Court") briefs are filed not by parties to a case but by organizations that have a special insight into or interest in a case.
Prior to the deliberations, both the Amicus Curiae
Prosecutor and the Defence Counsel presented their arguments on sentencing before Judge Nicola Lettieri.
Following the CalCPA Amicus Curiae
Committee's efforts in the case of DeJohn vs.
While traditionally an amicus curiae
espouses a neutral position on the issues, in the pursuit of a better understanding of the essential issues in this case, the court hereby invites interested nonparties who are not to be hereby considered neutral amici curiae, the high court said in an advisory on Tuesday.