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Uphold: The decision of an appellate court not to reverse a lower court decision.
United States Court of Appeals: Courts which hear appeals from federal district courts, bankruptcy courts, and tax courts.


Uphold
The appellate court agrees with the lower court decision and allows it to stand. See affirmed.
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To uphold a decision made by a lower court.
Age of Majority
Age at which the duty of support terminates. (Currently age 18 in Arizona unless the child is actually attending high school, a certified high school equivalency program, or is disabled.) ...

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The act of upholding or rooting for something
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A court ruling ~ing an objection or a motion.
Sworn Member:
A member of the police department who takes an oath to support the Constitution of the United States and their state of service. A sworn member has the authority to make arrests and carry firearms.

Peace Bond(see Bond)Peace OfficerA police officer or other official who has sworn to ~ the law.Pecuniary Damages(see Damages)PerjuryAn intentional lie given under oath or affirmation, either in person or in writing. It is a criminal offence.

This means that courts will ~ a statute only if it is narrowly tailored and necessary to promote a compelling governmental interest.

1 a : to promote the interests or cause of b : to ~ or defend as valid or right c : to argue or vote for 2 : to provide with substantiation or corroboration [ an alibi] 3 : to provide with ...
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Sustain: A court ruling ~ing an objection or a motion.
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Sustain - A court ruling ~ing an objection or a motion.
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AFFIRM, AFFIRMED - The act of an appellate court ~ing a decision of a trial court or a lower appellate court is called affirming the decision.In the practice of the appellate courts, the decree or order is declared valid and will stand as rendered in the lower court.

Sustain - A court ruling ~ing an objection or a motion.
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Tangible Personal Property Memorandum (TPPM) - A legal document that is referred to in a will and used to guide the distribution of tangible personal property.

AFFIRM: To confirm or ~ a conviction which had been appealed.
ALIBI: A defense to a criminal action that one was not present at the scene of a crime at the time of its commission.

Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989) - International treaty ~ing the human rights of children. It is the most widely ratified treaty in the world. Ratified by 195 countries. The U.S. has signed, but not ratified, this treaty: The U.S.

Sustain: A court ruling ~ing an objection or a motion.
Temporary Relief: Any form of action by a court granting one of the parties an order to protect its interest pending further action by the court.

Sustain: A court ruling ~ing an objection or a motion.
Sweat equity: The non-cash value put into a piece of property by the owner, such as do-it-yourself home improvements.
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An officer of a court; someone charged with ~ing the law, administering the judicial system.
judicial review
Authority of court to review and declare unconstitutional actions of other branches of government. ...

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Sustain - A court ruling ~ing an objection or a motion.
Sworn complaint affidavit - A sworn, witnessed complaint filed with the Clerk of the Court.
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Thus, the opposing attorney will object that a question is "leading," and if so the judge will sustain (~) the objection and prohibit the question in that form.

Repel A court does not overrule a plea or an objection, it repels it. The opposite is to sustain (or ~).

Adequate remedies are the ones which obtain satisfactory compensation/redressal of suffering, pain or loss/punishment to the parties involved (in ase of private remedies), or ~ing of right and justice (in case of public remedies).

McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission
Aggregate campaign contribution limits invalid under First Amendment
Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action
Court ~s Michigan's ban on affirmative action
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The key is that to ~ the right to express opinions or fair comment on public figures, the libel must be malicious to constitute grounds for a lawsuit for damages. Minor errors in reporting are not libel, such as saying Mrs.

Often called a fidelity bond. Survivorship Another name for joint tenancy. Sustain A court ruling ~ing an objection or a motion. Sworn complaint affidavit A sworn, witnessed complaint filed with the Clerk of the Court.

Also referred to as "fidelity bond."
:. Survivorship
(See joint tenancy.)
:. Suspension
A temporary loss of the right to practice law by an attorney. (See disbarment or censure.)
:. Sustain
A court ruling ~ing an objection or a motion.

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