Trial Court Decision

Some articles on court, trial court, decision, trial court decision, trial:

Evolution of Modern Regulatory Takings Law - Palazzolo
... On June 28, 2001, the Court issued a significant chapter in the saga of regulatory takings with Palazzolo v ... The trial court ruled against Mr ... Palazzolo and the Rhode Island Supreme Court upheld the trial court’s decision ...
Iona Nikitchenko
... Russian Empire – April 22, 1967, Moscow, Russian SFSR) was a judge of the Supreme Court of the Soviet Union ... His court experience started in May 1920 when he was appointed as the chairman-deputy of the Military Court of Semirechye Army Group during the Civil War ... In 1924 was appointed as the member of the Military Court Collegiate of the Moscow Military District ...
Philip Morris USA V. Williams - Trial Court Decision
... At trial in 1999, the jury found for Williams and awarded her $821,485.50 in compensatory damages and $79.5 million in punitive damages ... The trial court found that the compensatory damages exceeded the state cap and the punitive damages were "grossly excessive" ...
Commonwealth V. Hunt - Trial and Appeal - Trial Court Decision
... At trial, the prosecution, lead by Parker, focused on proving that the Society was coercive ... General, Daniel Webster and the Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Court, Lemuel Shaw, were all members ... is an offence at common law, as adopted in Massachusetts, and by this decision and that of this court you must abide.” Levy wrote that Thacher’s charge ...
Emperor Go-Kameyama - Eras of Go-Kameyama's Reign
... Nanboku-chō southern court Eras as reckoned by legitimate Court (as determined by Meiji rescript) Kōwa (1381–1384) Genchū (1384–1393) Nanboku-ch ...

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