“Where were Emily Post's rules of etiquette which, if ignored or defied, led to my "excusal" from the table?”
“And when their complaint was confronted with a motion to dismiss for failure to plead demand excusal, it could not survive that motion.”
“The fact that someone expresses an opinion does not in and of itself require their excusal," Zagel said.”
“There's been no conclusion whether any evidence has been lost or destroyed," Nickles said in an interview, adding, "It was inappropriate to stage this event in the way it's been staged, but to some extent the staging has been obviated by Judge Facciola's excusal of all individuals I know of from having to come.”
“Although she ultimately didn't sit on the jury, "I am concerned about the five hours, about the lack of excusal for cause, about the very, very brief questions that he provided to people who had said on the questionnaire they could be biased," Justice Breyer said.”
“He adds in an interview: "It was inappropriate to stage this event in the way it's been staged, but to some extent the staging has been obviated by Judge Facciola's excusal of all individuals I know of from having to come.”
“By prompting her excusal from the public service of being a juror, Whitman ducked out of participation in the judicial process in which all the citizens of California have an interest.”
“Judge A. Kirke Bartley Jr.. declined to elaborate on the excusal of juror No. 2.”
“So they sat at the table and wrote three letters of excusal, Mr. Samsa to his employers, Mrs. Samsa to her contractor and Grete to her principal.”
“Colin, after such a wonderful story of the Irish famine and the excusal of the marketplace in prosecuting the stavation of millions, I think you should be spared.”
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