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...those of bar examining committees and grievance committees. In re Application of Dodd, [ 131 Conn. 702, 705...a judgment from which an appeal lies to this court. Heiberger v. Clark, supra, 183; In re Application of Dodd, supra, 707; O'Brien's Petition, 79...Conn. 46, 59, 63 A. 777." In re Application of Courtney, 162 Conn. 518, 522, ...

..., 79 Conn. 46, 59, 63 A. 777; In re Hall, 50 Conn. 131. This is so because such proceedings are not actio...contain cases which; in their titles, carry as parties not only the names of the petitioners but those of bar examining committees and grievance committees. In re Application of ...the final and decisive action. In re Application of Dodd, 132 Conn. 237, 244, 43 A.2d...

..., 118 So.2d 17 (Fla. 1960). In re Application of Dodd, Fla...., 152 So.2d 462. Accordingly it is the judgment of this Court that the respondent, James A. Dodd, be disbarred and that he pay the costs of t... THE FLORIDA BAR, COMPLAINANT, v. JAMES A. DODD, RESPONDENT. No. 35783. Supreme Court of Florida...

..., 169 A.2d 652; In re Application of Dodd, 131 Conn. 702, 707, ...of the proceedings is in the nature of a judgment from which an appeal lies to this court. Heiberger v. Clark, supra, 183; In re ...re Application of Warren, supra, 273; In re Application of Griffiths, 162 Conn. 249, ...

..., 164 Conn. 215, 219, 319 A.2d 376 (1973); In re Application of Dodd, ...released February 17, 1981 Action of mandamus to compel the defendant to destroy all records in the defendant's custody concerning the plaintiff's...confinement in connection with crimes for which he has been pardoned, brought to the Superior Court in the judicial district of New Haven and tried to the court, Berdon, J.; judgment for the plaintiff, and...

...courts. Heiberger v. Clark, 148 Conn. 177, 182, 169 A.2d 652; In re Application ...result of the proceedings is in the nature of a judgment from which an appeal lies to this court. Heiberger v. Clark, supra, 1.83; In re Application of Dodd, supra, 707; O'Brien'...broad power of discretion, they act under the court's supervision. In re Application of Dodd, 132 Conn. 237, 244...

...one of fact, involving no discretion. As this court observed in In re Application of Dodd, 132 Conn. 237, 244...question of fact. In re Application of Dodd, supra, 245. Since it clearly appears from the record that the applicant fully met all of the other requirements for admiss... IN RE APPLICATION OF VERNE FREEMAN SLADE FOR ADMISSION TO THE BAR Supreme Court of Connecticut Submitted on...

..., however, seems to be the decision of the Supreme Court in the case of In re Application of Dodd, 132 Conn. 237. ...himself to any judicial process or action. Because of this admitted fact, the committee and the bar, acting reasonably and without ill will, have denied his application. In re Application of ... IN RE APPLICATION OF ARTHUR S. PLANTAMURA FOR ADMISSION TO THE BAR Superior Court, Fairfield County Memorandum filed...

...decision naming the DCC as a party was thus before the trial court and consequently a part of the record. See In re Application of Dodd, 131 C...defendant granting a rate increase to the defendant Newtown Water Company, brought to the Superior Court in the judicial district of Danbury where the court, Moraghan, J., granted the defendants' motion...court dismissed the appeal on the ground that the plaintiff had failed timely to serve a copy of the complaint on the division of consumer counsel (DCC), which the DPUC had named as a party in the...

.... 2925, 53 L.Ed.2d 1063 (1977); In re Application of Dodd, 132 Conn. 237, 243...se in the course of an appeal from the commission's denial of the plaintiff's site plan application; (2) in finding unconstitutionally vague the Westport zoning regulations affecting site plan review...property." (Emphasis added.) The plaintiff's property which was the subject of his subsequently denied application was in a...

...unfit to practice in them. . . . The end result of these proceedings is a Judgment from which an appeal lies to this court. In re Application of Dodd, ...plaintiff's alleged violation of the Rules of Professional Conduct, and for other relief, brought to the Superior Court in the judicial district of New Haven and tried to the court, Purtill, J...proceedings to a review of the record rather than conducting a trial de novo, the predicate facts in the record of the committee's proceedings supported the legal conclusion reached by that court; the...

..., 44 A.2d 706; In re Application of Dodd, 132 Conn. 237, 242...different result upon a new trial probable, a new trial should not be granted. The plaintiff was convicted of murder in the first degree. Subsequently, one of the state's witnesses, who had a...criminal record, stated in a deposition that her testimony on the trial was false in certain particulars. From a consideration of the testimony and the deposition, held that the trial court did not abuse its...

...discretion, they act under the court's supervision. In re Application of Dodd, 132 Conn. 237, 244...has no discretion. In re Application of Dodd, 132 Conn. 237, 244, 43 A.2d 224; In ... IN RE APPLICATION OF HARRY R. WARREN FOR ADMISSION TO THE BAR Supreme Court of Connecticut Argued December 7...

...]roceedings for admission to the bar . . . are in the nature of investigations by the courts or their representatives to determine whether the candidate is qualified to become an officer of the courts. In ... IN RE APPLICATION OF VINCENT G. DINAN FOR READMISSION TO THE BAR Supreme Court of Connecticut Argued June 5, 1968...investigation and hearing and whether it exercised its discretion reasonably and without prejudice. In re Application of Warren, 149 Conn. 266, 276...

...practiced" as "been authorized to practice." As this court noted in In re Application of Dodd, 132 Conn. 237, 242, 245... IN RE APPLICATION OF RONALD MARSCHING FOR ADMISSION TO THE BAR Supreme Court of Connecticut Argued April 8, 1971...decision of this court in In re Application of Plantamura, 149 Conn. 111, 114, 176 A.2d...

...re Application of Dodd, 131 Conn. 702, 705, 42 A.2d 36. The wording.... At its 1953 session, the General Assembly enacted "An Act concerning the Practice of Dentistry." Cum. Sup. 1953, 1696c, 1697c. The first section of the act was a re-enactment, in part, ...1953 act concerning the practice of dentistry, and for an injunction, brought to the Superior Court in Fairfield County and reserved by the court, Conway, J., for the advice of this court...

...committee has no discretion. In re Application of Dodd, 132 Conn. 237, 245. The question presented, then, is whether or not the facts...more states, or in one or more of the district courts of the United States . . . ." Practice Book, § 8(1). For that reason only, the committee made its report recommending that the application for...In re Lerch, 280 N.Y. 74. To hold otherwise would open the door to abuses, permit easy evasion of the requirement of a bar examination in Connect...

...on standards of admission rests with the judges of the Superior Court. Heiberger v. Clark, supra, 186; In re Application of Dodd, 132...at Law, 3. We noted in In re Application of Dodd, 131 Conn. 702, 705, ... IN RE APPLICATION OF FRE LE POOLE GRIFFITHS FOR ADMISSION TO THE BAR Supreme Court of Connecticut Argued October...

...many years has vested in the bar and its committees "a wide discretion over such qualifications as character and professional competence." In re Application ...Book § 25. In re Application of Dinan, 157 Conn. 67, 71, makes clear the role...." In re Application of Koenig, 152 Conn. 125, 132. Koenig, supra, 133, makes clear that the duty of this court is to "determine whet...

...memorandum of decision to determine the reasoning for the conclusion reached by the court. In re Application of Dodd, 132 Conn. 237, 240...larceny, brought to the Superior Court in Fairfield County, motions to suppress denied, Irving Levine, J., and jury trial before Saden, J.; verdicts and judgments of guilty on all counts and appeal by...). In the course of the execution of a search and seizure warrant at the defendant J's scrap metal company, to which it was believed that stole...

... IN RE APPLICATION OF THOMAS J. DODD, JR., FOR ADMISSION TO THE BAR. Supreme Court of Connecticut Argued June 1..., 1945 Decided June 28, 1945. MOTION by William H. Shields, an attorney at law, that the application of Thomas J. Dodd, Jr., for...has actually practiced for ten years in the highest court of original jurisdiction in South Dakota, as 8 of the Practice Book requires in his case. The candidate's application ...

... IN RE APPLICATION OF THOMAS J. DODD, JR., FOR ADMISSION TO THE BAR Supreme Court of Connecticut Argued Februar...of the Superior Court in New London County, Quinlan, J., in granting the application of the said Dodd for admission to the bar on motion and without examination. Motion denied.... On August 23, 1944, Thomas J. Dodd, Jr., filed an application addressed to the Superior Court in New London County for admission to the bar...

...court's supervision. In re Application of Dodd, 132 Conn. 237, 244, 43 A.2d 224; see Grievance.... 777 (1906), overruled on other grounds, In re Application of Dinan, 157 Conn. 67, 72, 244 A....2d 608 (1968). "This power has been exercised with the assistance of committees of the bar appointed and acting under rules of court." In re Application of Warren...

...). Rules so promulgated have the force of statute. In re Application of ...judiciary, they and subsequent revisions of them have the force of statute. In re Application of Dodd, supra, 132 Conn....in the highest court of original jurisdiction in one or more states." This question arose directly in In re Application of Pla...

...In Re Application of Dodd, 132 Conn. 237, 242...., In Re Application of Plantamura, 149 Conn. 111, 114, 176 A.2d 61, 62 (1961), cert. denied, 369 U.S. 872...; In Re Application of Slade, 169 Conn. 677, 679, 363 A.2d 1099, 1101 (1975...

...support of this conclusion, this court relied on its holding in In re Application of Dodd, 132 Conn. 237...waive the requirement. Id., 245. It is now clear to us, however, that this court's decision in In re Application of Dodd does not support our conclusion in In ...professional code of ethics. See In re Application of R.G.S., 312 Md. 626, 638, 541 A.2d...

...an appeal may be taken. In re Application of Dodd, 131 Conn. 702, 707, 42 A.2d 36... IN RE APPLICATION OF HARRY S. EBERHART. No. CV 91-0312381S Connecticut Superior Court, Judicial District of New Haven...quotation marks omitted.) In re Application of Pagano, 207 Conn. 336, 340, 541 A.2d...

... IN RE APPLICATION FOR REINSTATEMENT IN THE FLORIDA BAR OF JAMES A. DODD, PETITIONER. No. 31807. Supreme Court ...and the recommendations of the Board of Governors. Accordingly the petition for reinstatement is granted and petitioner, James A. Dodd, is restored to membership in The Florida Bar..., petitioner. PER CURIAM. Petitioner, James A. Dodd, who was disbarred by order of this...

... Decision released September 21, 1976 Information charging the defendant with the crime of robbery in the second degree, brought to the Superior Court in...appellee (state). Convicted of robbery in the second degree.... LONGO, J. The defendant was found guilty by a jury of the crime of robbery in the second degree, in violati...

.... Application of Dodd, 1945, 132 Conn. 237, 43 A.2d 224. In.... On August 30, 1951, a year and three months later, Brooks filed in the District Court a motion which sought (1) reconsideration of his application for admission, (2) consideration of new...October 11, 1951, the Chief Judge wrote Brooks that the District Judges had considered his application in executive session and that the action of the court was to sustain the Committee...

... IN RE APPLICATION OF HARRY S. EBERHART.... Affirmed. In re Application ...based on his resignation and waiver and, therefore, denied Eberhart's application. See In re Application of Eberhart, Superior Court, judicial district of New Haven, Docket No. CV 91 031238...

...imposed before making an application. Additionally, failing to comply with a condition does not result in additional charges or sanctions, but merely the return of the defendant to court for prosecution...Haven at New Haven September 12, 2000 MEMORANDUM OF DECISION RE...), against the respondent, Douglas R. Daniels, an attorney at law, for failing to comply with two orders of restitution imposed in connection with Grievance Complaints...

...report of the committee and the action of the bar thereon would stand and the application for admission be granted. The aid of the bar in the matter of the admission of attorneys has alwa...recognized by our courts. Motion to dismiss the application for admission was grounded on the fact that the applicant's practice was largely in the Federal courts, and not in the courts of the State in...court on a motion to dismiss the application and upon the applicant's claim to be admitted. No evidence was offered. At least two of the standing committee on recommendations were in the courtroom...

...cause is before us on petition of Stephen L. Ruskin to review the judgment of the Board of Governors of The Florida Bar that he be disbarred from the practice of law in Florida.... The Florida Bar v. Ruskin, 126 So.2d 142 (Fla. 1961). In re Ruskin..., on or about April 16, 1965, the respondent was convicted of a felony involving the unlawful sale of securities, in the United States District Court at Miami and was placed on three years' probation...

....'" ( In re Morse, supra, 11 Cal.4th at p. 206.) Thus, we have said that "we will not reject a recommendation arising from application of the... In re RONALD ROBERT SILVERTON on Discipline. No. S123042 Supreme Court of California. June 23...as well as for soliciting another to commit or join in the commission of grand theft. ( In re Silverton (1975) 14 Cal.3d 517, 519...

... Respondent represented Janice Baker in a home sale involving a wrap-around mortgage. Respondent on or about December 28, 1979, received a check in the amount of...$52,158.74 on behalf of his client and placed it in his trust account. This check represented the satisfaction of a mortgage in favor of Manatee Federal Savings and Loan Association ($43,220.00) and a...purchase money mortgage in favor of Janice Baker. Despite demands from his client that the money be disbursed, respondent failed to cause any of the money to be disbursed until February 19, 1980 to Baker...

... JAMES A. DODD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, PETITIONER, v. THE FLORIDA BAR, RESPONDENT. Supreme Court of Florida. February 3, 1960.... PER CURIAM. James A. Dodd, an attorney, has petitioned this Court to review a judgment of disbarment...not prove the charges made against him by a clear preponderance and therefore does not warrant his permanent and total disbarment from the practice of law. In the motion to disbar...

...affidavit introduced in evidence in this case, of C.G. Dodd, in which Dodd swore that he made a purchase of beer of the defendant; that on the twenty-seventh day of July...sixth day of July, 1926, William Arthur, United States Commissioner, at Rome, New York, issued a search warrant based upon an affidavit introduced in evidence in this case, of C.G. Dodd, in which ...lapse of ten days without its execution, the commissioner may by changing the date extend the search warrant, is in direct conflict with the Act of June 15, 1917, c. 30, Title XI, § 11, 40 Stat. 229...

...purpose of a motion to strike is to contest the legal sufficiency of the allegations of any complaint to state a claim upon which relief can be granted. In ruling on a motion to strike, the court is....) Novametrix Medical Systems v. BOC Group, Inc., 224 Conn. 210, 214 (1992). "It is fundamental that in determining the sufficiency of a complaint challenged by...Devel. Assoc. L.P. v. National Loan Inv., 64 Conn. App. 192, 197 (2001). "The role of the trial court is to examine the complaint, construed in favor of the plaintiffs, to determine whether the...

...extreme application of the expulsion power. There is no denying that as world convulsions have driven us toward a closed society the expulsion power has been exercised with increasing severity, manifest in.... The cases are stated in the opinion of the Court, pp. 581-584. The judgments are affirmed, p. 596.... Richard F. Watt argued the cause for petitioner in No. 43. With him on the brief was Walter F. Dodd. Jack Wasserman argued the cause...

...denied the plaintiff's application for admission without examination on the grounds that he had not "actively practiced law" within the meaning of the rule by practicing in Michigan under the special...(Salibra) is an attorney, a member of the Wisconsin, Illinois and New York bars. He wishes to be admitted to practice law in Ohio without taking the Ohio Bar examination, but is precluded by a rule of the...applicant has, while a non-domiciliary of Ohio and for at least five years, engaged in legal work outside Ohio of such character and description as shall satisfy this court that...

...." II The Board of Bar Examiners is an agency of this Court appointed under Rule 51 to administer the application and testing procedures for admission ... In re Donald Wayne HUNTLEY. Supreme Court of Delaware. Submitted October 16, 1980. Decided..., been actively engaged in the practice of law outside the State of Delaware for a period of 5 years next preceding his application, may be admitted to the Bar upon recommendation of the Board aft...

... In the Matter of the Application for Disciplinary Action Against Robert J. LAMONT, A Member of the Bar of the State of North Dakota. DISCIPLINARY BOARD OF T...convincing standard of proof. In re Disciplinary Action Against LaQua, 548 N.W.2d 372, 373 (N.D. 1996...); In re Disciplinary Action Against Nassif, 547 N.W.2d 541, 542 (N.D. 1996). Recognizing the hearing panel had the opportunity to directly observe the demeanor ...

...) has passed a state bar examination, (2) has engaged in the active practice of law for at least five out of the previous six years before filing the application, excluding time spent in the military...his admission until January 1962, petitioner was engaged in the private practice of law at Wallace and Cottonwood, Idaho. From January 3, 1962, until the time his application came.... Application of Babcock involved review proceedings from the Board of Governors' denial of admission to Babcock b...

...the knowledgeable use by an attorney of false testimony in the judicial process. When it is done it deserves the harshest penalty. Id. at 19. The punishment in Dodd was...that court of such false testimony or in the alternative to withdraw his prayer for relief." The referee recommended that Agar be found guilty of violating the Florida Bar Code of...attorney brought criminal charges against Agar in this matter for perjury in violation of sections 777.011 and 837.02, Florida Statutes (1977), and Agar subsequently entered a plea of nolo contendere to...

...no other street car line in that particular locality to be classified; so the doctrine of classification has no application. (3) Prior to the passage of act No. 571 of the Acts ...classification of one company, where there was only one street car company in that locality. 3. CONSTITUTIONAL LAW — IMPROVEMENT OF OBLIGATION OF CONTRACT. — Where defendant street car company surrendered its.... 680, imposing on street car company the duty of paving between rails, held not to impose an unjust burden on such company and not to be void as imposed in bad faith or through oppression...

...for review a referee's report recommending that Alex P. Lancaster be disbarred. We have jurisdiction pursuant to our authority to regulate the discipline of persons admitted to the practice of law in...counseling a witness knowing that the witness had other counsel. Count six charged respondent with lying under oath to a state attorney about his involvement in and knowledge of the alteration of the...identification number on a boat. At the beginning of the hearing The Florida Bar stated that it was abandoning count five, and Lancaster admitted all the factual allegations in counts...

...termination of parental rights hearing, Dove sent forms to a Mississippi attorney under a heading "IN RE: BIRTH FATHER CONSENT FORMS," in an effort to obtain the biological father's consent or affidavit of...child. The Grandparents never received any notice of the hearings in the termination-of-parental-rights or adoption cases. Cf. §§ 63.0425(1), 39.801(3)(a)(5), Fla. Stat. (2002); In re X.Z.C...parte factual, substantive, and material representations in rendering its decision as to the familial structure of a vulnerable, defenseless child. Tellingly, in Dodd, this Court disbarred an...

...true notwithstanding the involvement in the proceedings of matters that constitute contempts of court. People ex rel. Thomas v. Berry (Colo.), 29 P. 904; In re.... In the matter of the disbarment of J.A. Smith, 73 Kans. 243, 85 P. 584; In re Duncan, 42 S.E...instance of disbarment proceedings; and, in the absence of restrictive statutes, we have found only one case which denied the jurisdiction, namely, In re Waugh, 32 Wn. 50, 72 P...

...Governing Admission to the Bar, the requirement that an applicant must have been engaged in the active practice of law for three years immediately preceding his application for admission by reciprocity...MET BY PRACTICE IN ARKANSAS. — It was never intended that the requirement of three years of active practice of law immediately preceding the filing of an application for admission to the Bar ...at least three years immediately preceding his application as required by Rule XI. In response to a request by Undem, a hearing was held before a panel of three members of the Board of Law Examiners...

...deposition and trial testimony in a civil mortgage foreclosure suit in which he falsely claimed that $5,000 due to be paid by a third party to an acquaintance of his on a commercial loan was not an...his trust account records and found vast technical violations. On February 20, 1991, this Court suspended Rightmyer from the practice of law, effective March 22, 1991. In the...acts which occurred in 1987 and a public reprimand which occurred in 1986, Respondent appears to have enjoyed a good reputation as a member of the Florida Bar for the last twenty-seven (27) years...

...evidence of Norvell's alleged exploitation of an elderly client, challenges several of the findings, questions the application of two of the aggravating factors, and argues that the referee erred ...established many of the facts alleged in the complaints, as well as other facts not alleged. The referee filed two separate reports. The first report made factual findings and...conclusions of guilt in both cases. The second and final report, issued after a separate hearing on the issue of discipline, contained the findings and conclusions contained in the first report, factual...

..., excluding his sons in favor of his grandchildren, for him. The client gave Kickliter the necessary information on December 15, and Kickliter prepared the will that day. The client died the evening...for probate. In March 1988 the granddaughter talked with Kickliter about the likelihood of the forgery being revealed. Kickliter advised her it would be discovered only if one of...engage in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, etc.); and 4-8.4(d) (a lawyer shall not engage in conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice). Neither side challenges the recommended finding of...

...compromised the integrity of the legal system, in In re Frank, 753 So.2d 1228 (Fla. 2000). I agree that Florida Bar...) (solicitation of a minor to engage in prostitution or any sexual act). The United States Customs Service ("Customs") investigated the case and employed a confidential informant, Adria Jackson, to pose as a 13...-year-old girl on the Internet to assist Customs in its investigation of child pornography and pedophiles. Customs gave Jackson the fictitious name of "Gracie Greggs." Prior to trial, the magistrate...

... MEMORANDUM OF DECISION RE: MOTION TO STRIKE #114 RUSH,...Gilbert, filed a three-count complaint against the defendant, Beaver Dam Association of Stratford, Inc. (Association). In the first count, the plaintiff Gil Gilbert (Gilbert...subdivision of Gilbert's property; and to subject his property to a right of first refusal in favor of the Association. Gilbert also alleges that the by-laws and the rules and regulations are outside...

...genuine issue of material fact precluding summary judgment in its favor. Specifically, the defendant asserts that it is immune from liability under the exclusive remedy provision of the Workers...' Compensation Act, General Statutes § 31-284(a), because the plaintiff's injuries arose out of and in the course of his employment with the defendant. The plaintiff contends that he was employed by a third...226 Conn. 446, 450 (1993). In ruling on a motion for summary judgment, the court's function is not to decide issues of material fact, but rather, to determine whether any suc...

...of trial in the case of Thomas Freiheit v. Tamarac Lakes Homeowners Assoc., Inc. Respondent was trial attorney for the plaintiff in that case. The evidence presented with respect to the circumstances...to appear in court for the resumption of trial in the same matter. The trial court had reset the trial from January 16, 1992, (the date of the first failure to appear), to February 6, 1992. When the...lawsuit. This hearing was set for February 7, 1992, (one day after the dismissal of the lawsuit). The rule to show cause had been issued, however, in January of 1992. The evidence is clear and...

..., 149 A.2d 691, in support of their claim for an injunction. That case is distinguishable in that it involved the application of a significantly dif...from being subjected to a multiplicity of suits. The answer to that claim is found in Dodd v. Hartford, 25 Conn. 232, 238, where the court...off-street parking, brought to the Superior Court in New Haven County at Waterbury, where the demurrer of the defendant the Waterbury Parking Authority was overruled, Cotter, J., and the issues were...

...); Dodd v. Florida Bar, 118 So.2d 17, 19 (Fla. 1960). The Eighth Circuit in this case and the Ninth Circuit have expressed approval of the "free narrati...not resting on truth. Therefore it cannot be denied that it tends to defeat the sole ultimate objective of a trial." In re Michael, 326...in presenting perjured testimony at his trial. Pp. 164-176. (a) Strickland v. Washington, supra, held that to obtain relief by way of...

...Dekle to represent them after Heidi was involved in a slip and fall accident. David Webster, an attorney with the firm, handled the matter. In May 1984, the case settled for $50,000 and Heidi's share of...the settlement proceeds amounted to $20,000. The court ordered that Heidi's money be deposited in a guardianship account and that the funds be withdrawn only by order of the probate division judge...Heidi's parents without insuring that Heidi's money was deposited in the guardianship account. Mr. and Mrs. Stephenson then spent Heidi's money without the permission of the probate judge. Because an...

...flatly in the affirmative: "The constitutional guarantees of freedom of expression compel application of the same standard to the criminal remedy. * * * [O]nly...to the contrary to all this in the developing law in the state and lower federal courts. The application of the New York Times principle seems to be an expanding and not a restricting one. It...., 269 N.Y.S.2d 11 (Sup. 1966). Judge Friendly's dictum in Pauling v. News Syndicate Co., supra, p. 671 of 335 F.2d, displays the logical application of the...

... MEMORANDUM OF DECISION ON DEFENDANT'S MOTION TO STRIKE THE AMENDED COMPLAINT .... Gen. Stat. §§ 36a-770, et seq. (formerly Conn. Gen. Stat. §§ 42-83, et seq.) and two provisions of Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code in its repossession and sale of vehicles acquired by the..., construed in favor of the pleader, to determine whether the pleader has stated a legally sufficient cause of action. ATC Partnership v. Windham 251...

...Texas corporation, agreed to assume the insurance obligations of the Arizona company, and mailed a re-insurance certificate to the son in California, offering to insure him in accordance with his...under Section 199(1), Title 7, Code, 1940, the defendant does not make a general appearance by including in the prayer of the motion a demand for dismissal of the complaint for lack of jurisdiction of.... In an action against a foreign corporation based on a cause of action arising outside of Alabama, the courts of this State have no jurisdiction of the subject matter where the...

...prescribe general rules for the government of society; the application of those rules to individuals in society would seem to be the duty of other departments...investigation it had found Lovett, Dodd, and Watson `guilty' of the crime of engaging in `subversive activities,' defined that term for the first time, and sentenced them to perpetual exclusion from any.... (b) The Bill of Attainder Clause is to be liberally construed in the light of its purpose to prevent legislative punishment of designated persons or groups...

...to communicate with any of them in any fashion. This order remains in full force and effect until the final resolution of the within application (the parties consenting thereto...suggested that if such an application were sought, it would be well to bring it on promptly in light of the trial date. Mr. Julien thereupon stated he would confer with his client and if plaintiff...identical contact sheets which include photographs taken November 30, 1971 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In his affidavit opposing an application to hold him in contempt of our order of Octob...

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