THE SUPREME COURT OF ARKANSAS REVERSED THE JUDGMENT ENTERED BY THE CIRCUIT COURT.
What does SCOA stand for?
SCOA stands for Supreme Court of Arkansas (judiciary)
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- South Carolina Oncology Associates (Columbia, SC)
- South Carolina Optometric Association
- South Carolina Orthopaedic Association
- South Central Officials Association (various locations)
- South Coast Orthopaedic Associates (Oregon)
- Southern California Orofacial Academy (San Gabriel, CA)
- Southern California Outboard Association
- Spinone Clubs of America (non-AKC dog breed)
- Standard Chart Of Accounts
- Sumitomo Corporation of America (also seen as SCA; New York, NY)
- Seawind Catamaran Owners Association of America
- Smart Client Offline Application Block
- Synagogue, Church of All Nations
- Sandia Controllability and Observability Analysis Program
- Selection Committee on Online Australian Publications (National Library of Australia)
- Simple CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture) Object Access Protocol
- Smart Card Object Access Protocol (various organizations)
- Streaker Class Owners Association of the Philippines (sailing)
- Surgical Clinical Outcomes Assessment Project
- Sponsoring Consortium for Open Access Publishing in Particle Physics
Samples in periodicals archive:
THE SUPREME COURT OF ARKANSAS HELD THAT THE EVIDENCE AGAINST DR.
COURT'S OPINION: The Supreme Court of Arkansas affirmed the judgment granting the defendants' motion for summary judgment.
The view from her seat on the Supreme Court of Arkansas has afforded Imber an even broader perspective, and strengthened her belief in the legal process.
On the other hand, the Supreme Court of Arkansas in Pledger v.
Furthermore, a recent decision by the Supreme Court of Arkansas has cast uncertainty surrounding rate recovery for Turk in the state (approximately 88 MW, or 20% of SWEPCO's capacity).
THE SUPREME COURT OF ARKANSAS REVERSEDTHE JUDGMENT ENTERED BY THE TRIAL COURT, AND DISMISSEDTHECOMPLAINTIN PART, REVERSED IT IN PART, AND REMANDED THE CASE .
COURT'S OPINION: The Supreme Court of Arkansas held, inter alia, that there was nothing objectionable in the legislature's decision to grant a medical malpractice defendant the privilege not to give expert opinion testimony against himself.