FDPA

AcronymDefinition
FDPAFive Power Defence Arrangements (various nations)
FDPAFonderie du Poitou Aluminium (French aluminum foundry)
FDPAFlood Disaster Protection Act
FDPAFederal Death Penalty Act
FDPAFoundation for the Development of Polish Agriculture (Warsaw, Poland)
FDPAFrance Discount Pièces Auto (French: France Discount Auto Parts)
FDPAFiji Disabled Peoples Association (Suva, Fiji; advocacy and support services)
FDPAFlight Dynamics and Planning Analysis
FDPAFair Debt Practicing Act
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(viii) Spatiotemporal fuzzy FDPA filter (STFFDPA) (n = 5, [sigma] = 5, [gamma] = 4, and [beta] = 15) [18]
Szczepanski, "Spatio-temporal fuzzy FDPA filter," in Computer Analysis of Images and Patterns, P.
The new statute does not allow plaintiffs to recover losses they couldn't recover before the FDPA was passed.
The FDPA plays a small but important role in New Zealand's relationship with Southeast Asia and illustrates the importance of retaining alliances with specific states besides maintaining political relations with a regional institution such as ASEAN.
That is, this provision could remove the last bit of legislative 'narrowing' from the FDPA, leaving the decision to inflict or withhold death to the unfettered discretion of the jury in every case.
In pre-Ring FDPA practice, there were minimal issues regarding notice.
The government already had the burden of proving capital aggravating factors to a jury beyond a reasonable doubt, (179) so the FDPA already met the Ring standard.
The Second Circuit ruled that the FDPA's broader admissibility of evidence standard during capital sentencing hearings was permissible as it did not infringe the defendant's Constitutional right to a fair trial.
The court emphasized that under the FDPA evidence whose probative value is outweighed by the danger of unfair prejudice was still excluded.
2653 (2002) (mem.) (holding that FDPA allows VIE and
that the notice and unanimity requirements of the FDPA are adequate
Somewhat ironically, the FDPA recognizes the sovereign nature of one type of entity without extending that recognition to the individual states.