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landmark decision

A legal decision that sets a precedent for how similar cases are to be resolved in the future. Review that landmark decision—it should help us to build our case.
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'The Supreme Court's landmark decision criticised the lower court judges and prosecutors for pursuing falsely accused blasphemy cases that did not meet the requirements of Pakistan's evidentiary rules,' the US report observes.
After a landmark decision by Supreme Court of Pakistan earlier this month, mobile phone users in Pakistan have been enjoying tax-free mobile loads and calls for all cellular networks in Pakistan for past two weeks now.
On May 11, the Supreme Court issued a landmark decision voting 8-6 to grant Solicitor General Jose Calida's quo warranto petition to nullify the appointment of Sereno, the country's first female Chief Justice.
Harussani's statement comes in the wake of the Federal Court landmark decision allowing an appeal by kindergarten teacher M.
Dandari hailed the landmark decision allowing women to enter sports stadiums and said it would encourage Saudi women to practice professional sports like their peers around the world.
On Tuesday evening, following a landmark decision by King Salman, Saudi Arabia officially announced that it will grant driving license to women, which will be effective in June next year.
It seems like the former prime minister Nawaz Sharif could not hold the defeat he sustained when the Supreme Court announced his disqualification from holding public office in a landmark decision. The so-called lion on his journey home made a last-ditch attempt to undo a devastating Supreme Court decision that could land him and his family in jail.
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The landmark decision, described by Martina Vandenberg of The Human Trafficking Pro Bono Legal Center as "a tremendous victory for human trafficking survivors," concludes more than a year of contested litigation in which Plaintiff sought to hold Dr.
Tell us about your experiences with women's health care in Texas, or your reactions to the landmark decision, by leaving a voicemail message on our reader hotline (512-710-6750) or tweeting @TexasTribune with the hashtag #HB2ruling.
The landmark decision means scientists will now be allowed to alter the DNA of embryos, for research purposes only.
Some see Friday's court ruling as a landmark decision for aboriginal children's welfare rights.
LIVERPOOL'S Champions League clash with Real Madrid coincided with the 50th anniversary of a landmark decision by Bill Shankly which was inspired by the Spanish giants.
Lower courts have overturned one same-sex marriage ban after another following the high court's landmark decision in June 2013 that partially struck down a Clinton-era federal law that defined marriage as between a man and a woman.
In April 2014 in a landmark decision, India's supreme court ruled that people who are neither male nor female, by personal identification or societal consensus, must be legally recognized as belonging to a third gender.