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The Yu-Gi-Oh! Wiki is a database on Konami's Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise, with articles on cards, video games, anime, manga, deck types, and characters.
Authority for Advance Rulings
Constitution of AAR The Authority for Advance Rulings consists of a Chairman who is a retired Judge of the Supreme court and two members of the rank of Additional Secretary to the Government of India, one each from the Indian Revenue Service and the Indian Legal Service.
FatwaIslam.Com - Fatwa | Islamic Rulings
Welcome to FatwaIslam - The Most Comprehensive Online Fatwa Guide! Fataawa from the Major Scholars of the Muslim World
SARS eFiling - What's New
Clearing your cache . If your eFiling webpage says ‘busy loading…', you may need to clear your browser cache. For a step by step guide on how to do this, please click here.. Tips on How to Scan
Fact-checking U.S. politics | PolitiFact
PolitiFact is a fact-checking website that rates the accuracy of claims by elected officials and others on its Truth-O-Meter.
Fatwas by Mufti Ebrahim Desai » Askimam
Can the son of the bride (or the groom) serve as a witness for the nikah? Is it possible for an ummati to surpass our Nabi (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) in practical deeds (amal)?
Case Summaries - caselaw.findlaw.com
FindLaw provides Case Summaries / Supreme Court Cases Summary, all thirteen U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals, and select state supreme and appellate courts
A History of Key Abortion Rulings of the U.S. Supreme ...
During the past 35 years, federal courts, particularly the U.S. Supreme Court, have superseded states as the driving force in crafting abortion policy.
Husted v. A. Philip Randolph Institute - SCOTUSblog
The Supreme Court of the United States blog
Extraneous factors in judicial decisions | PNAS
Are judicial rulings based solely on laws and facts? Legal formalism holds that judges apply legal reasons to the facts of a case in a rational, mechanical, and deliberative manner. In contrast, legal realists argue that the rational application of legal reasons does not sufficiently explain the decisions of judges and that psychological, political, and social factors influence judicial rulings.