In a court of law
, any competent defence counsel could raise reasonable doubt about 'Dai' unless the collateral were produced in court.
acquisition and my role in the transaction, with the expectation of being vindicated by a court of law
KANDH KOT, 13 April 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- Police have pursued a court of law
on Monday while challenging a decision handed down by a Jirga in Kandh Kot the other day.
It shouldn't take a court of law
to make a man of the cloth do the right thing; but, in this case, that might just be what it takes.
Sir - The Bill that Blair's Government is pushing through Parliament to allow detention of individuals by politicians rather than by a court of law
is a dangerous piece of legislation.
During the apprenticeship period, they sought control over their own and their children's labor, challenging former owners' claims in the court of law
Anyone who has watched a cop drama during the past few decades is familiar with the so-called Miranda warning: "You have the right to remain silent; anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law
Here again, Rosenberg insists that the cure for the inherited sicknesses of the past is not a court of law
On June 28, the Supreme Court ruled on what types of scientific evidence are admissible in a court of law
It seems truly inequitable for a New York broker to be denied the opportunity to seek redress in a court of law
merely because of the failure to obtain a New Jersey license which only requires the completion of an application and payment of a nominal fee.
Rove and others are called to account in a court of law
for their attacks on the Wilsons.
After reviewing all the evidence, we filed the charges we felt we could prove beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law
,'' district attorney spokeswoman Jane Robison said.