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  • Iup Faculty Votes No Confidence in President

    ... and misleading," Atwater said. "For example, the union's, "bill of particulars" ineludes an accusation that vacant faculty lines this semester have been frozen. This claim is untrue and has been acknowledged as such by the faculty union's leadership in a recent meeting with Provost Gerald Intemann and me." "We're aware of the vote but at this point there's not going to be anyone who's going to comment on the...

  • George Will: Burned by a Tobacco Bill's Smoke and Mirrors

    ... tobacco. The president called this "a bill that truly defines change in Washington" and "changes the way Washington works and who Washington works for. Our leaders are often wrong but rarely so precisely wrong. In two important particulars the bill is a crystalline example of Washington business as usual - the protection of the strong. The bill was supported by America's biggest tobacco company and by the Democratic Party's

  • George Will: Burned by a Tobacco Bill

    ... tobacco. The president called this "a bill that truly defines change in Washington" and "changes the way Washington works and who Washington works for. Our leaders are often wrong but rarely so precisely wrong. In two important particulars the bill is a crystalline example of Washington business as usual - the protection of the strong. The bill was supported by America's biggest tobacco company and by the Democratic Party's

  • Hamdan v. Rumsfeld, 548 U. S. (2006)

    ... the contrast, the stronger the inference, as applied, for example, to contrasting statutory sections originally enacted ...Senator Levin, one of the sponsors of the final bill, objected to earlier versions of the Act's "effective date" ...Rather, it relates exclusively to the particulars of the tribunal itself, namely, whether it is "regularly ...

  • State v. Williams, (Ohio 2013)

    The juvenile court erred in granting Appellee’s motion to dismiss one count of Failure to Report Child Abuse or Neglect, because the court incorrectly determined that the charged offense and the offense of Failure to Provide for a Functionally Impaired Person, of which Appellee had been previously convicted, are allied offenses of similar import. Reversed, vacated, and remanded for proceedings...

    ... requested that the State furnish a Bill of  Particulars, which set forth the nature of the indicted offenses and the ... could not stand, walk, talk or swallow food.”   Bill of Particulars (Apr. 12, 2012), Montgomery County Court of ... that the offenses rest on the same conduct.  For example, the Bill of Particulars stated  that, “the defendant did ...

  • How Governors Built the Modern American Presidency

    Ambar identifies five elements of the modern presidency for which he finds roots in the legacies of governor/presidents: assertive legislative leadership, the use of party dominance as a presidential resource, sophisticated media management, an embrace of the role of chief administrator of the government, and a commitment to executivecentered governance (p. 5). Additionally, descriptive...

    ... evidence; occasionally, in the discussion of historic particulars - for example, Theodore Roosevelt and the Ford Franchise Bill ...

  • Section 1: Legislative Powers

    ... regarded as a curious intermixture of functions, to, for example, the veto power of the President over legislation and to the role ...'s requirement that before lawmaking could be carried out bills must be deliberated in two Houses, their Members beholden to ... necessitating a precise governmental statement of particulars. Justices Harlan and Clark in dissent contended that it was ...

  • Adduce

    . To present, offer, bring forward, or introduce. For example, a bill of particulars that lists each of the plaintiff's demands ...

  • Section 10: Powers Denied to the States

    ...; grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal; coin Money; emit Bills of Credit; make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in ... . Inspection laws "are confined to such particulars as, in the estimation of the legislature and according to the ... a compact, relinquish or restrict its own powers, as for example, its power to regulate interstate commerce. . Grants of ...

  • Boumediene v. Bush, 553 U.S. (2008)

    ... specified in a Constitution that, at the outset, had no Bill of Rights; in the system the Framers conceived, the writ has a ...For example, the statutes at issue in the Court's two leading cases ... Eisentrager petitioners were charged by a bill of particulars that made detailed factual allegations against them. See 14 ...

  • Kansas v. Marsh, 548 U. S. (2006)

    ...In the present case, for example, people might leap to the conclusion that the dissenters' views ... the murder Adams was found with some $200 in his pocket-one bill of which "was stained with type O blood. When Adams was asked .... Second, there is the point to which the particulars of crime and criminal are relevant: within the category of ...

  • Graham v. Florida, 560 U. S. (2010)

    ...S. 730 (2002). “[P]unishments of torture,” for example, “are forbidden.” Wilkerson v. Utah, 99 U. S. 130, 136 ... that had been considered cruel and unusual at the time the Bill of Rights was adopted, Baze v. Rees, 553 U. S. 35, 99 (2008) ... existing noncapital proportionality precedents to the particulars of Graham’s claim. The Court radically departs from the ...

  • Section 8: Powers of Congress

    ...The earliest examples of taxes levied with a view to promoting desired economic ...The debtor in that case was the endorser of a foreign bill of exchange that apparently had been purchased by the United ... over the militia "being unlimited, except in the two particulars of officering and training them . . . it may be exercised to any ...

  • Vance v. Ball State Univ., 570 U.S. (2013)

    ... in the samecollective-bargaining unit (because, for example, a higher level employee will pursue his own interests at the ... harassment based on the conductof two other lifeguards, Bill Terry and David Silverman,and we held that the city was ... their work, control their schedules, and directthe particulars of their workdays. When he became angrywith Mack, for example, ...

  • State v. Sinclair, (Ohio 2003)

    ... of the evidence. The State’s failure to file a bill of particulars did not deprive the appellant of a fair trial. Judgment affirmed.

  • USA v. Frederick Schiff, (3rd Cir. 2010)

    ...For example, in August 2001 Schiff and Lane approved $47 million in sales ... for the Glucophage franchise, for example, was 1.2 to 1.4 billion for the year. Our analysis post-generic launch shows the ...For example, the Government filed a Bill of Particulars on November 20, 2007 listing the statements it intended to ...

  • USA v. John Rigas, (3rd Cir. 2009)

    ...The New York Indictment was supplemented by a Bill of Particulars on January 2, 2004. . After a ...For example, according to the Bill of Particulars: Adelphia purchased real ...

  • Sen. Christopher J. Dodd Holds a Hearing On Bank Investment Activity

    .... So I'm determined as ever to get this strong bill to the floor (inaudible) the Senate in the appropriate amount of .... If you look at the European situation today, for example, it is much worse than what we have in this country with regard ... my statement for example, I have laid out a bill of particulars that take the form of prerequisites that have to be in place for ...

  • United States of America v. Palmeri, Ernest P., Sr., Appellant in No. 79-2147. United States of America v. Campisano, Joseph, Appellant in No. 79-2148. United States of America v. Cariello, Vito, Appellant in No. 79-2149. United States of America v. Smith, Frank, Appellant in No. 79-2150. United States of America v. Chestnut, Flen, Appellant in No. 79-2424., 630 F.2d 192 (3rd Cir. 1980)

    ... to prove the allegations contained in the indictment and bill of particulars. For example, it stated that "(t)he Government by ...

  • Town of Greece v. Galloway, 572 U.S. (2014)

    ...Jacob Duché onSept. 7, 1774, provides an example: "Be Thou present O God of Wisdom and direct thecounsel of this ...Labunski, James Madison and theStruggle for the Bill of Rights 240-241 (2006). 12 TOWN OF GREECE v. GALLOWAY ALITO, ...The Board's practice must, in its own particulars, meet constitutional requirements.And the guideposts for ...

  • Atascadero State Hospital v. Scanlon, 473 U.S. 234 (1985)

    ...For example, if a State waives its immunity and consents to suit in federal ...Similarly, Senator Humphrey, the bill's sponsor in the Senate, focused particularly on a suit against a ..."I have now, I think, established the following particulars. - 1st. That the Constitution, so far as it respects the judicial ...

  • Darrell Anthony Gautt, Petitioner-Appellant, v. Gail Lewis, Warden, Respondent-Appellee., 489 F.3d 993 (9th Cir. 2007)

    ...The information, for example, contains no suggestion of "proximate causation." Further, the ... means?for example, a complaint, an arrest warrant, or a bill of particulars" or "during the course of a preliminary hearing," ...

  • U.S. v. Tyler, (10th Cir. 2002)

    ...Tyler and Collins are without merit. I. Bill of Particulars . Tyler challenges the district court's denial of ...Barbieri , 614 F.2d 715 (10th Cir. 1980), for example, the. defendant moved for a bill of particulars setting forth ...

  • State v. Jackson (Slip Opinion), Slip Opinion No. 2012-Ohio-5561

    Sufficiency of indictment—For the purpose of identifying the drug involved in a drug-trafficking offense under R.C. 2925.03(A), an indictment is sufficient if it names the schedule in which the drug appears—R.C. 2925.03(C).

    ... bulk amount.    {¶ 3}  The state’s January 20, 2009 bill of particulars and its discovery  response alleged that ... For example, the specific drug involved in a  ... a Schedule I or II drug, and the bill of  particulars clarified that the drug involved was ecstasy).  {¶ ...

  • Trevino v. Thaler, 569 U.S. (2013)

    ... Although those statutes varyin their particulars, such as what charges require a DNAsample, their similarity means ... this interest in identity, the Court has approved, for example, "avisual inspection for certain tattoos and other signs ...Declaration of Rights §10 (1776), in 1 B.Schwartz, The Bill of Rights: A Documentary History 234,235 (1971). The Maryland ...