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  • adjective Capable of being redressed.

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Examples

  • Wizner continued, The article does not properly distinguish between conduct that is legal and conduct that is legally redressable.

    CIA lawyer: U.S. law does not forbid rendition

  • An individual has a direct interest in objecting to laws that upset the constitutional balance between the National Government and the States when the enforcement of those laws causes injury that is concrete, particular, and redressable.

    Notable & Quotable

  • An individual has a direct interest in objecting to laws that upset the constitutional balance between the National Government and the States when the enforcement of those laws causes injury that is concrete, particular, and redressable.

    Notable & Quotable

  • Needless to say, I think that argument is wrong ... but I think you can declare slavery to be an appropriate occasion for some sort of redress without having to wrestle with the relativist notion that since everybody engaged in slavery at the time, it wasn't a redressable "wrong."

    Is That Legal?: How Many of Today's South Carolinians Have Slaveowners In Their Family Tree?

  • In the case of spreading a rumor of some sort, there is not necessarily an intent to cause harm, nor is there an actual redressable harm.

    Why Ought Blackmail be Illegal?

  • It is only when harms go outside the game that the criminal law should be potentially available to remedy wrongs not redressable elsewhere.

    February 2008

  • It is only when harms go outside the game that the criminal law should be potentially available to remedy wrongs not redressable elsewhere.

    Criminal Law in Virtual Worlds

  • In the case of spreading a rumor of some sort, there is not necessarily an intent to cause harm, nor is there an actual redressable harm.

    Why Ought Blackmail be Illegal?

  • If a declaratory judgment would have absolutely no effect on what the government could do with the derivative evidence, I agree the injury is not redressable and there is no standing.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » My Analysis of the Oregon FISA Decision:

  • I would think that the existence of such a file, if its contents were illegally obtained, is an injury in fact whether it is redressable is a separate question.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » My Analysis of the Oregon FISA Decision:

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