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However, in some cases, litigants and their lawyers must make the effort to find their own interpreters and often the client must pay the cost.
As noted above, the D.C. Circuit held in Armstrong that private litigants may not bring suit to challenge the President’s compliance with the PRA.
The traditional way judges have decided cases—with largely predictable outcomes—accords those litigants confidence in assessing how a case will turn out.
Wednesday’s decision was the latest pronouncement on the propriety of social media relationships between litigants and the bench.
But under a consent decree between the EPA and green litigants, the federal government prescribed a plan that required retrofitting six Oklahoma power plants with sulfur-dioxide controls.
So long as litigants submit all the paperwork, courts must agree to hear their cases.
Between that and the ham-handed way the initial travel-restriction order was implemented, the administration was instantly on the defensive, fighting off allegations of anti-Muslim prejudice from litigants, activist lawyers, and left-wing judges.
For rich and corporate litigants, court costs come with the territory.
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