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earned a reputation as one of the most learned jurists in the federal courts
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The jurist for the show is a former teacher and award winning artist Neil Connell.
If the House were to impeach Greitens, the Senate then would choose seven jurists to conduct a trial on whether Greitens should be ousted.
After Justice Antonin Scalia’s death in 2016, Senate Republicans refused to hold a hearing on President Obama’s choice to replace the conservative jurist and left Scalia’s seat open for more than a year until voters chose a new president.
The jurists will select finalists, which USA TODAY will showcase.
And in the last century, as courts have censured other monopolies, academics and jurists have noticed a pattern: Monopolies and technology often seem intertwined.
In a news release, the White House said Edward C. Prado, 70, has been a jurist for nearly 35 years, serving 19 of them as a federal district judge for the Western District of Texas.
The case that led to the ruling had been brought by a libertarian political organization that sought to finance a film attacking Hillary Clinton, while the decision itself came down from a fiercely partisan Court, dominated by conservative jurists.
Has any jurist ever been put through what happened to Andrew McDonald over 13 hour period of time?
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JURIST Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of jurist for English Language Learners
: a person who has a thorough knowledge of law
Origin and Etymology of jurist
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