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PublicList (1) 99%

Disposition Abbreviation Key:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/12/14/publiclist-1/

13/12/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

UK Twitter Consultation opening February 2011 98%

The Consultation Process    1.1 On 20th December 2010, the Lord Chief Justice issued Interim Practice Guidance titled  “The  Use  of  Live  Text‐Based  Forms  of  Communication  (Including  Twitter)  from  Court  for  the  Purposes  of  Fair  and  Accurate  Reporting”.   The  effect  of  the  Interim  Guidance  was  to  clarify  the  circumstances  in  which  judges  may  allow  use  of  mobile  electronic  devices  to  transmit  text‐based  communications  directly  from  the  courtroom  for  the  purpose  of  reporting  the  proceedings.    The  Interim  Guidance  is  attached  to  this  consultation  paper.  “Live,  text‐based  communications  from  court”  includes  the  use  of  internet  enabled  laptops  to  make  text‐based  communications,  smart  phones  used  for  mobile email and other internet services and similar devices.     1.2 When  issuing  the  Interim  Guidance,  the  Lord  Chief  Justice  said  that  he  would  conduct  a  full  consultation  regarding  the  use  of  live,  text‐based  communications  from  court.   This  paper  sets  out  the  considerations  taken  into  account  when  the  Interim  Guidance  was  framed,  and  outlines  issues  which  need  to  be  considered  before  a  final  policy  is  determined.    1.3 The focus of the Interim Guidance, and of this consultation, is the use by the media of  live,  text‐based  forms  of  communication  for  the  purposes  of  fair  and  accurate  reporting.    The  media  are  presumed  to  be  familiar  with  the  requirements  of  the  Contempt  of  Court  Act  1981  to  engage  in  “fair  and  accurate”  reporting,  in  a  manner    Page 1 of 13    which respects any applicable reporting restrictions and the relevant Press Complaints  Commission Code of Practice.      1.4 The  consultation  invites  responses  in  relation  to  the  courts  of  England  and  Wales.   It  does  not  relate  to  the  courts  in  Northern  Ireland  or  Scotland.  Nor  does  it  relate  to  the  Supreme  Court,  which  has  produced  its  own  policy  on  the  matter1,  in  the  light  of  the  fact  that  appeals  heard  before  it  do  not  involve  interaction  with  witnesses  or  jurors,  and  that  it  is  rare  for  evidence  to  be  introduced  which  may  then  be  heard  in  other  courts.      1.5 Following  the  consultation,  consideration  will  be  given  as  to  what,  if  any,  further  guidance  or  rules  may  be  required,  and  what  the  nature  of  those  changes  will  be.   For  example, in relation to the criminal courts, it may be possible for the Lord Chief Justice  to  amend  the  Consolidated  Criminal  Practice  Direction,  or  request  the  Criminal  Procedure  Rule  Committee  to  amend  the  Criminal  Procedure  Rules  accordingly.    In  relation  to  the  civil  courts,  the  Civil  or  Family  Procedure  Rule  Committee  may  be  invited  to  make  rules  of  court  governing  the  use  of  live,  text‐based  communications  from  court,  or  the  Master  of  the  Rolls  or  President  of  the  Family  Division  may  be  invited to consider issuing practice directions on the matter.      1.6 It  would  be  very  helpful  if  consultees  who  practice  in  family  law  could  bear  in  mind  issues which may arise in proceedings held in private and to which particular reporting  restrictions apply and identify any practical points accordingly.    1.7 Other  than  the  Interim  Guidance,  the  contents  of  this  paper  should  not  be  considered  to reflect the final views of the Lord Chief Justice.    1.8 The  consultation  opens  on  Monday  7  February  2011  and  closes  on  4  May  2011.   Responses  may  be  submitted  by  email  to  courtreporting@judiciary.gsi.gov.uk  or  by  post  to:  Court  Reporting  Consultation,  Royal  Courts  of  Justice,  Strand,  London  WC2A  2LL.  For more details see www.judiciary.gov.uk/courtreporting.      Page 2 of 13    2.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/11/29/uk-twitter-consultation-opening-february-2011/

29/11/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

Summer Schedule 2017 97%

OVLTC Summer Court Schedule 2017 Monday Start Time Courts 1 &

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/04/26/summer-schedule-2017/

26/04/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

Memo of Law 06012016 File & Serve 97%

676), “Pending further orders of this Court, all pending and future motions, including Motions to Remand, are continued without date unless a motion is specifically excepted from the continuance by the Court.” District Courts hold “the general discretionary power……..to stay proceedings in the interest of justice and in control of their dockets.” Wedgeworth v.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/06/03/memo-of-law-06012016-file-serve/

03/06/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

Opinion 97%

The State is correct that we will not reverse a denial of postconviction relief unless the circuit courts's Page 7 A.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2011/08/02/opinion/

02/08/2011 www.pdf-archive.com

State of Oregon VS JAMES TRENT GOODBAUDY 97%

Case Information 127136 | State of Oregon VS.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/12/08/state-of-oregon-vs-james-trent-goodbaudy/

08/12/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

118 - Order re reconsideration, contempt 97%

17 Slep-Tone misunderstands this Court’s order when it insists that “there is no 18 mandatory language in the Order at all.” (Opp’n 3.) Federal courts do not write 19 advisory opinions.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2013/04/10/118-order-re-reconsideration-contempt/

10/04/2013 www.pdf-archive.com

Alabama-Probate-Judge-Letters 97%

(202) 466-3234 (202) 898-0955 (fax) www.au.org Hon.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/02/11/alabama-probate-judge-letters/

11/02/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

11-18-14 State v Taupier transcript FPO 97%

NO: MMX-CR14-0675616T : SUPERIOR COURT STATE OF CONNECTICUT :

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/03/21/11-18-14-state-v-taupier-transcript-fpo/

21/03/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

Salv Memo Lexis 05262015 97%

983), “All individual petitions or complaints that fall within Pleading Bundles B1, B3, D1, or D2, whether pre-existing or filed hereafter, are stayed until further order of the Court.” District Courts hold “the general discretionary power……..to stay proceedings in the interest of justice and in control of their dockets.” Wedgeworth v.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/07/06/salv-memo-lexis-05262015/

06/07/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

IMG 97%

DOCKET NO: MMX-FA 12-4018627 SUPERIOR COURT -S J.D.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/11/24/img/

24/11/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

Brady rehearing petition 050916 96%

26, 2016 in 15-3228(Dkt#l18) conflict with prudent decisions of this Court, thus , consideration by a full Court is necessary to secure and maintain uniformity here and its district courts and to guide other district courts.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/05/11/brady-rehearing-petition-050916/

11/05/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

statementdenial 96%

Cite as: 580 U. S.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/02/07/statementdenial/

07/02/2017 www.pdf-archive.com