To exonerate Mrs Blythe would be to find against
Mr Williams, who was the man who commissioned the investigation - the hand that was feeding you," he said.
I'm sure that, for example, if a drug dealer offered the defence: ``Your Honour, I have been dealing drugs for 14 years and have never been prosecuted in the past'' then the court would find against
the drug dealer
Regardless of the actual legal issues presented by the case, a jury is more likely to find against
an insurance company if the company has acted in a way that angers the jury.
To this end, he collects all the damaging evidence he can find against
Lincoln and the North.
He faces being flung out if the IACP find against
If FIFA find against
them, Stubbs and Celtic could face a pounds 30,000 fine.
In the ruling, the Court held, among other things, that plaintiffs had failed to support their fraudulent conveyance claims with any concrete evidence, so that no reasonable jury could find against
Brussels challenged this and ECJ advocate general Leendert Geelhoed has now advised judges to find against
Britain, saying non-essential military reactors (such as that in Greenwich) are covered by these Euratom rules, and the UK "is in breach of its obligations" by both restricting information and refusing to negotiate with the Commission.
Mrs Justice Rafferty told her: "We have had to find against
you, but we have urged the other side to drop your fine anyway.
When class-action lawsuits are extended to more than one state, where regulations differ, court decisions may find against
the insurer even in states where the company didn't violate any statutes, said David Snyder, vice president and assistant general counsel of the American Insurance Association.
However, like many of tis team-mates, he was finding space hard to find against
a well-organised Everton defence.
From the notes written by jurors to the presiding judge, it is clear to us that some jurors were determined to find against
the tobacco companies in spite of the lack of evidence supporting the Trust's case.
Following a series of individual meetings Monday and Tuesday with Commissioner Susan Ness, the FCC commissioners' legal advisors and representatives of the Cable Services Bureau, IVI President Don Janke noted his concern that there may not exist sufficient support at the Commission to find against
the cable industry on the issue of leased access for ISPs, despite the compelling public interest merit in Internet Ventures' arguments.