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bring a verdict in

To give a verdict in a court case, as of a jury. This case has dragged on for months. When will the jury bring a verdict in?
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bring a verdict in

[for a jury] to deliver its decision to the court. Do you think they will bring a verdict in today? The jury brought in their verdict around midnight.
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He has said that many times - that he won't go back to The Hague,' Serbian Radical Party MP Vjerica Radeta told BIRN after the UN court scheduled the verdict date.
The verdict had brought shame to Pakistan in the world, now conspirators are surfacing yet again," he said.
It is pertinent to mention here that IHC has declared its verdict regarding PTI's sit-in of November 2 adding that if Imran Khan wants to protest in Democracy Park, then he should be allowed.
Article 123 of the penal code states: "Any public employee who refrains from carrying out a court verdict is to be punished by imprisonment and suspension.
A 27-FOLD increase in the number of narrative verdicts issued by coroners may be masking the effects of the current economic crisis on suicide rates, doctors have warned.
Amid the assembly election campaign in Bihar, Lok Janshakti Party president Ram Vilas Paswan said the verdict disappointed the minority.
On Friday morning, the residents in Ayodhya rushed to grab copies of the morning newspaper that splashed banner headlines of the verdict.
Rather than relive the past weeks, the jurors strike an agreement: they will each write down on a piece of paper what they think the plaintiff should get, the foreman will add up the numbers and divide the total by 12 and that will be the verdict.
Judge Michael Mukasey accepted their partial verdict and ordered them to resume deliberations this week on Swiss Re's coverage.
The 13 locations are sometimes referred to as ``magic jurisdictions'' because lawyers seemingly pull million- or billion-dollar verdicts out of a hat, the authors wrote.
But the mere possibility that an extreme outcome will emerge from the process, and perhaps survive review and appeal, gets factored into negotiations in the majority of cases that are settled before a final verdict.
That the verdict may have been the result of compromise, or of a mistake on the part of the jury, is possible.
Factors that could cause or contribute to differences include, but are not limited to, the risk that the court upholds the jury verdict and/or rejects the Company's post-trial efforts, as well as the risk that any appeals made in this matter will be denied, the risk that the jury verdict becomes final earlier than anticipated.
The verdict did not clearly state that Mahmoud should reassume his position, but several constitutional experts interpreted the verdict as returning Mahmoud to the position of Egypt's prosecutor general.
Bradley Gage, the plaintiffs' attorney, filed motions a week ago asking the judge to increase the verdict amounts and grant attorneys fees.