But, dismissing his application, Mrs Justice Steyn ruled that "the curtailment of the claimant's and his family's right to respect for their private and family life is, in my judgment, clearly justified by the compelling public interest in open justice". … [Read more...] about ‘Boy B’ cleared of lying about schoolmate’s fatal stabbing named for first time
Court which hears appeals from the court of appeal
Flamengo, which markets itself as the club of the people and boasts Brazil’s largest fanbase, has been widely condemned. Writing for UOL Esporte, football journalist Pedro Ivo Almeida accused the club of treating the families “like enemies”. Carlos Eduardo Mansur took a similar tone in the O Globo newspaper, writing: “Flamengo should already have resolved the question of compensation or made a greater effort to do away with the feeling that they are leading a petty dispute. But it is not only about the money. It is to signal – to the millions of people who feed themselves on the dreams that Flamengo sells – that you do not negotiate over a life, that it is possible to offer society empathy and behaviour beyond the ordinary.” … [Read more...] about A year after 10 Flamengo players died in a fire, their families still seek justice
Mr. Mallya had received permission to appeal against his extradition order signed off by former UK home secretary Sajid Javid last February on the ground that the Indian government’s prima facie case against him of fraudulent intentions in acquiring bank loans had not been established. … [Read more...] about Vijay Mallya says ED, CBI been ‘totally unreasonable’
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Shaum said a lower-court judge decided to allow it, but the defense appealed. Two of the previous accusers could not be found and Schaum said he worried that the third case, involving MacDonald, wasn’t similar enough to qualify under Utah’s modus operandi standard. So, he said, he withdrew his application to bring up the other cases. … [Read more...] about This Utah Man Beat Sex Allegations for Years. A 6-Year-Old May Change That.