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|New Webster's Dictionary of the English Language states; • Response-“the act of |
replying.” “To make answer; to ... Charles Fillmore “I always know what's
happening on the court. I see a situation occur, and I respond.” -Larry Bird “Words
|side, my first thought was of control: We needed to get a handle on a situation |
that had the potential to explode right before our eyes. ... For plaintiffs, it should
occur when strategy dictates that the client should move forward with legal action
(or threatened legal action); for the ... of lawsuits describing when and how the
CIR response was put into effect — and times when it wasn't — and the
consequences. ... I always want to have my finger on the pulse of what is
happening at all times.
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|Check with the court clerk to see if the creditor has brought other suits in your |
area. ... about court action; you cannot escape consequences or subsequent
actions by being uninformed, so the earlier you know what is going on, the better.
In fact ...
|Even if citizens make a constitutional claim against local or state officials, the |
courts would likely see that protecting the ... responders to perform their job
without the distraction provided by the public who just want to know what is going
on. As with other situations, it is advisable for public officials and senior
managers to document the situation that they face, such ... an Evacuation
Requiring the public to leave a high-risk area when a catastrophe is likely to
occur is not always provided ...
|This way, if a crisis event occurs, other court officers not specifically detailed to a |
particular court have an idea of what is occurring and can prepare and respond
appropriately. Other matters that need ... Last-minute changes such as different
judicial assignments or extra family members in a particular court always occur
and it is important to keep your officers as up-to-date as possible. In today's
dynamic ... to see if their uniforms are clean and neat in appearance. It is
absolutely critical ...
|First, the court isn't likely to interpose an adverse ruling without an objection from |
our opposing counsel. ... in action — may cause an adverse reaction by the jurors
, who want to see what is going to happen and will resent his interrupting it. ...
The response is that we are interested in the truth. ... They have to choose the
correct words to tell what happened, and many are ... And the attorney can
always make the standard report to the record, “Let the record show that the
witness is .
|(See chapter 15 for information on how to admit exhibits into evidence.) ... At trial, |
you may begin the witness's testimony about the diagram by asking the witness
what has already been drawn and then ... you for the unexpected developments
that almost always occur during trial. ... in the eye. tell the witness something like,
“I'll say, 'Please tell the jury what happened after the chicken crossed the road.
|Courts of Appeals ... an hour; that. while not foggy, it was yet somewhat murky, |
and a careful watch was not kept of the situation of the lights of the ... signal are
given by the master of the Sylvania with substantial accuracy, the results which
followed could not occur. ... of the Sylvania to apprehend that the situation was
dangerous is that vessels often fail to respond to passing signals. That may be
admitted. It proves nothing more than that carelessness docs not always result
|... an hour; that. while not foggy, it was yet somewhat murky, and a careful watch |
was not kept of the situation of the lights of the ... signal are given by the master of
the Sylvania with substantial accuracy, the results which followed could not occur
. ... having twice blown for a starboard to starboard passing without any response
from the Bessemer, still continued on her ... As to what this situation was as
respects the point that I have just made. the following reference to the testimony
of the ...