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Charles Kerich, who was heading ICT, has been moved to Lands while Peter Njuguna, who was in the latter docket has been moved to the Agriculture department.
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Still on the agenda for Media Bureau items are "MB Docket No.
This anomaly places the delinquent child's procedural rights higher than the procedural rights of parents in child protection docket.
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There are about a dozen or so large cases languishing in the system now, estimated King, though it is unclear how many will make it to the new docket.
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The Court's docket is not likely to increase significantly in the near future.
The Norfolk Circuit Court was the first to establish a specialty mental health docket in 2004 after two years of careful study and planning.
I spoke to one of the investigators and he said the docket was completed and was handed in.
This Essay develops support for the hypothesis that changes in the Court's membership have contributed to the decline in the Supreme Court's plenary docket.
In 2004, Tyco International set about narrowing down the law firms it used on its product liability docket.