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CJSCChief Justice of the Supreme Court (various nations)
CJSCclosed joint stock company
CJSCCriminal Justice Statistics Center
CJSCCriminal Justice Studies Certificate (college program)
CJSCCardiff Japanese Studies Centre (Cardiff University; UK)
CJSCCriminal Justice Sub-Committee
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Such ineligibility means that she is unlawfully holding the position of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, even as she was ostensibly recommended by the Judicial and Bar Council under Section 8(5), Article VIII of the 1987 Constitution.
Upatissa Atapattu Bandaranayake Wasala Mudiyanse Ralahamilage Shirani Anshumala Bandaranayake from the office of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka.
Maria Lourdes Sereno became the country's first woman chief justice of the Supreme Court, following her appointment by President Benigno Aquino this year, said the Philippine Star which reported the result of the World Economic Forum's (WEF) global gender gap index done this year.
C) The chief judge shall maintain liaison in all judicial administrative matters with the chief justice of the supreme court, and shall, considering available resources, ensure the efficient and proper administration of the court.
The battle over control of the courts has been underway since Musharraf ousted the chief justice of the Supreme Court more than a year ago.
The meeting included Assistant Secretary of GPC , Secretaries of GPC's for Foreign Liaison and international Cooperation , Planning , Finance, Economy Trade and Investment and Justice; in addition to Assistant Secretary of GPC for Foreign Liaison and International Cooperation , Governor of Libya Central Bank, Secretary of Administrative Committee of the National Oil Company and the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
Khan said: "What Musharraf is trying to do with this emergency is to remove the chief justice of the supreme court who, for the first time in our history, is taking our judiciary towards independence.
Who was sworn in as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court on September 29?
President George Bush has nominated John Roberts to succeed William Rehnquist as chief justice of the Supreme Court, and called on the Senate to confirm him before the top US court opens its term on October 3.
This admonition from Patrick Kerwin, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada from 1954 to 1963, calling for judicial restraint, seems almost quaintly scrupulous during this time of rampant judicial activism.
Eventually we trade in our Constitution and its amendments and laws enacted in conformance therewith in favor of the Bible and make Pat Robertson the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
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