Court trong tin tức
Ví dụ collocations
|court case||Vụ án|
|court ruled||Phán quyết của tòa án|
|district court||Tòa án huyện|
|federal court||Tòa án liên bang|
|royal court||Triều đình|
Các ấn phẩm và câu ví dụ
The China Post
· Putin sets July 1 for vote to extend his rule for years →
Other constitutional changes further strengthen the presidency and emphasize the priority of Russian law over international norms — a provision reflecting the Kremlin’s irritation with the European Court of Human Rights and other international bodies that have often issued verdicts against Russia.
· Penang cops bust drug syndicate masterminded by security guards →
Meanwhile, Noorzainy said police are looking for two men identified as A. Selvarajoo, 56, and T. Vijayakumar, 57, both whose last known address is Jalan Berlian Satu, Bagan Ajam near here, to appear as witnesses at the High Court in Georgetown for a drug-related case.
The China Post
· Supreme Court declines to take Bernard Madoff trustee case →
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court is leaving in place a ruling that allows the trustee recovering money for investors in the Bernard Madoff Ponzi scheme to pursue more than $4 billion that went to overseas investors.
· Putin says vote on changes to allow him to extend his rule will take place on July 1 →
The changes, already approved by parliament and Russia’s Constitutional Court, would reset Putin’s presidential term tally to zero, allowing him to serve two more back-to-back six year terms until 2036 if re-elected.
The Wall Street Journal
· Trump Encounters New Legal Challenge for ‘Wildly Broad’ Nondisclosure Agreements →
A former staffer on Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign filed a new challenge against the president’s use of nondisclosure agreements, asking a New York state court to rule in a lawsuit filed Monday that the agreements drawn up by the campaign are “null, void and unenforceable.”
· Program diverting intellectually impaired people from NSW prisons faces axe →
The Cognitive Impairment Diversion Program (CIDP) started as a two-year pilot program in Penrith and Gosford Local Courts in 2017 before being extended until June 30, when government funding will expire.
· CBD Melbourne: Greensill presses pause on big league dream →
Appleroth filed a claim in May in the Fair Work Court against Ferrari, alleging a breach of general protections.
· Victorian minister nominated 'good mate' for Supreme Court →
Details have emerged about the relationship between Victorian government minister Martin Pakula and a close friend he nominated to become a judge of the Supreme Court of Victoria.
· Assange misses court hearing amid calls in Australia for his release →
A coalition of Australian MPs, human rights advocates and journalists have called on their country’s government to intervene in the case of Julian Assange, who was said to be too ill to attend the latest court hearing of his extradition case.
· Trump faces election risks in looming Supreme Court ruling on ‘Dreamers’ →
WASHINGTON, June 1 — The US Supreme Court’s decision expected in the coming weeks on the fate of the young immigrants known as “Dreamers” could cause an election-year headache for President Donald Trump – even if he wins the legal battle.