After the end of his three-day physical remand, the Counter-Terrorism Department again produced the suspect before the court and the administrative judge
sent him to prison on judicial remand till July 18.
According to the charges, a footnote was added because, as the supervising bailiff later explained, bailiffs "feel compelled to comply" with judges' requests and consider them "orders." Also according to the charges, Russell delivered the amended report to the administrative judge
and allegedly went to one of the courthouses and "began (waving) the amended report around the common area."
We hold, based upon the specific facts presented by this claim, that where an employee seeks an order from an Administrative Judge
at the Department of Industrial Accidents to compel a workers' compensation insurer to pay for the employee's medical marijuana, a positive conflict exists between the federal and state laws, such that the CSA preempts the Massachusetts Act as applied in these circumstances.
The deputies elected Hasna Ben Slimane (administrative judge
category) with 155 votes, Belgacem Ayachi (engineer category specialised in the field of IT security) and Sofiene Laabidi (public finance specialist category) with 152 votes each.
The administrative judge
assigned the application to the ATC-II for hearing.
The ATC's administrative judge
transferred the case to ATC-II for further proceedings.
Karachi [Pakistan], Oct 11 ( ANI ): Muttahida Qaumi Movement founder Altaf Hussain has been charged with terror funding and money laundering, after Pakistan's Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) submitted an interim charge-sheet before the administrative judge
of the Anti-Terrorism Courts (ATCs).
Jacob Smiles '01 is an Administrative Judge
in the Denver office of the U.S.
An administrative judge
of the Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) sent him to the prison for hate speech.
Judge Blake currently serves as the associate administrative judge
in the family division of Florida's 11th Judicial Circuit, which is comprised of Miami-Dade County.
Soon after the study was published, the authors began working with Circuit Court Chief Administrative Judge
Edwin Kelly and Deputy Chief Administrative Judge
David King to formulate new court rules that would no longer see judges sending indigent people to jail to pay off fines, at a rate of $50 per day
In January 1996, fresh off a clerkship with the Court of Appeals, I took a job as assistant deputy counsel to the newly appointed chief administrative judge
, Jonathan Lippman.