Some articles on common pleas, court, common, common pleas court, courts:
... The Common Pleas' jurisdiction was over "common pleas," cases where the king had no interest ... As such, the Common Pleas "was the court which more than any other shaped the medieval common law" ... It was the court where most students went to learn, and the majority of the early case reports come from the Common Pleas ...
... Sibbersen Republican Clerk of Court of Common Pleas Cindy A ... Engle Republican Judge of the Common Pleas Court Reeve W ... Kelsey Republican Judge of the Common Pleas Court Alan R ...
... Brunner won another related case in the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit ... their case was dismissed, they appealed to the Ohio Supreme Court ... unsuccessful with the zoning board, they pursued remedy in the Franklin County Common Pleas Court ...
... Kuhn, CPA (R) Recorder Gene Wood (R) Clerk of Courts Deborah Smalley (R) Engineer Frank Anderson (R) Coroner Thomas R ... Vajen (R) Judge, Common Pleas Court Chris Allal Martin (R) Judge, Common Pleas Court Richard Berens (R) Judge, Common Pleas Court (General/Domestic Relations) Kathy S ... Mowry (R) Judge, Common Pleas Court (Juvenile/Probate) Steven O ...
... King's Bench, which had a negative impact on the Court of Common Pleas and Court of Chancery ... now covered by the Bill of Middlesex had been handled by the Common Pleas, using a specialist writ drafted by the Chancery ... brought large amounts of revenue to the Chancery and the Common Pleas ...
Famous quotes containing the words court, common and/or pleas:
“GOETHE, raised oer joy and strife,
Drew the firm lines of Fate and Life,
And brought Olympian wisdom down
To court and mar, to gown and town,
Stooping, his finger wrote in clay
The open secret of to-day.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“The barriers of conventionality have been raised so high, and so strangely cemented by long existence, that the only hope of overthrowing them exists in the union of numbers linked together by common opinion and effort ... the united watchword of thousands would strike at the foundation of the false system and annihilate it.”
—Mme. Ellen Louise Demorest 18241898, U.S. womens magazine editor and womans club movement pioneer. Demorests Illustrated Monthly and Mirror of Fashions, p. 203 (January 1870)
“John Eliot came to preach to the Podunks in 1657, translated the Bible into their language, but made little progress in aboriginal soul-saving. The Indians answered his pleas with: No, you have taken away our lands, and now you wish to make us a race of slaves.”
—Administration for the State of Con, U.S. public relief program. Connecticut: A Guide to Its Roads, Lore, and People (The WPA Guide to Connecticut)