The judicial officer identified no aggravating factors," European Rugby Cup said in a statement.
What does JO stand for?
JO stands for Judicial Officer
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- Jermaine O'Neal (NBA player)
- Jeux Olympiques (French: Olympic Games)
- Job Order
- Joint Operation
- Joint Ops (video game)
- Jointly Optimum
- Journal of Oceanography
- Journal Officiel de la République Française
- Journalist (US Navy)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The judicial officers have been chosen for this task of national importance, which will prove a paradigm shift in shaping the destiny of our country," he said.
Maha will be working alongside Nassir Al Nasser, who was earlier appointed as the Courts' second Judicial Officer in December 2012.
But judicial officer Professor Lorne Crerar has come under fire for including three pre-season matches in the ban after being convinced they "all had significant and meaningful consequences" for Hore.
The judicial officer (Crerar) held that the act of foul play was inherently dangerous, being a deliberate swinging of the arm, delivered with significant force, causing serious injury to the victim, Bradley Davies, who was unsighted," a Six Nations Rugby statement read.
The US skipper admitted the offence, while Independent Judicial Officer Jeff Blackett deemed it to be at the lower end of the scale of seriousness for that category.
Ignoring the bench in the new elevations has caused heartburning to the judicial officers, who say that it was injustice with them to end up as a district and sessions judge after serving as judicial officers for 30 to 35 years.
The duration of the course is two months and 20 judicial officers from the District Courts in Delhi have been enrolled in the Pilot E-course on Judicial Ethics and Conduct.