If going forward the business of selecting and purchasing coverage is left strictly up to consumers using technology, you can expect to have many unhappy and uncompensated individuals hiring legal representation and attempting to hold someone responsible
for their failure to be properly covered.
If you could not hold someone responsible
under criminal law, could the victim still sue under civil law?
We can only hold someone responsible
if our inspectors caught them doing it," he added.
The need to hold someone responsible
for these murders cannot overshadow the importance of compiling evidence properly, and not compromising the Charter rights of anyone in the process, particularly our most vulnerable.
They demanded the government hold someone responsible
for the scuffles Friday, the worst disturbances since police used tear gas and pepper spray on protesters last weekend to try to disperse them.
After moving back to Liverpool, I have had very limited access to details about the legal case, but I have been in contact with a new lawyer and he is able to represent me in court as part of the prosecution to hopefully hold someone responsible
As such, we cannot hold someone responsible
for functionality that we did not contract for," Toumpas previously told NHBR.
And, Leonetti suspects, by the desire to hold someone responsible
for a terrible act such as genocide - something she hopes to study next year.
When confronted with hard data about brain functioning, they say, people could change their moral intuitions about when it is fair to hold someone responsible
for criminal behavior.
With human torture we can hold someone responsible
So how can you hold someone responsible
for something they're not authorised to do?
This is an emotionally powerful argument, because everyone wants to be able to rewind the clock and have another shot at stopping what happened that day -- or, at least, to hold someone responsible
in lieu of 19 hijackers unavailable for trial.
Cooley will not even hold someone responsible
for telling the Los Angeles Fire Department, in writing, that there wasn't any methane present under the Belmont school buildings, even after these same people in fact found methane as they built those school buildings without methane barriers, violating Los Angeles' city ordinance and state laws regarding methane protection.