Recent Examples of unreviewable from the Web
The rule is bizarre—all non-flagrant contact fouls are left to a referee's judgement and deemed unreviewable, except in this specific instance—and even the apparently correct application prompts a double take.
Congress has unreviewable authority to determine what constitutes high crimes and misdemeanors.
Some national security law experts have said that there is agreement the executive branch does not have unreviewable discretion to indefinitely detain U.S. citizens captured on a battlefield, but that the military has some leeway to make a decision.
In months of litigation, the administration seems not to have learned that courts simply do not buy arguments that his actions are unreviewable.
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legal Definition of unreviewable
- the failure to raise distinctly at trial the matter being objected to ordinarily renders a claim unreviewable on appeal
- —State v. Person, 577 A.2d 1036 (1990)
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