We think this could be a major, precedent-setting case.
There appears to be a historical precedent to the Peace and Freedom Party being back on the ballot.
He did his best, and cleverly, to imply that he's sympathetic to Roe and its value as precedent. But we'd be foolish to take his testimony as an assurance that he's supportive of the right to choice or even the more fundamental right to privacy.
We've set a precedent that you've got to step up and match us if you think that you're going to win.
There's no precedent for this.
We have acted under the laws of war and under the clear Supreme Court precedent which established that the military may detain a United States citizen who has joined the enemy and has entered our country to carry out hostile acts.
While I'm happy to talk about the importance of precedent, I don't think I should get into the application of those principles in a particular area.
I think if the ruling had gone the other way, then it would have been a precedent, which would have created many difficulties for schools that wanted to have a school uniform. As it is, I think, what's happened is that it's really preserved the status quo -- that if a pupil is not wearing the proper school uniform, then it is perfectly right for the school to take disciplinary action.
It's very obvious that you're looking upon a (project) that has no precedent in the history of the system.
It is a very dangerous precedent because it gives the court an opportunity to close out the public from critical information during a high-publicity trial, ... This formalizes the celebrity exception to the First Amendment.
One reason the waiver was refused was because it's state law. And because they didn't want to set a precedent.
violate ... the United States Code and set a dangerous precedent.
The ruling sets an important precedent.
This is too important a question to slide into the budget bill, ... We are setting a very, very dangerous precedent.
You're not just talking about 2 teams and 50 jobs. You're talking about establishing a precedent that the owners can eliminate jobs. That would be very troubling for players.
The trial court established a precedent in which gender was ruled a product of one's mind that could change through a medical procedure. But when it was reversed, it was established that being a male or a female is still a matter of law for the legislature to decide.
Microsoft's biggest concern is the precedent whereby a government agency can dictate what it can and cannot put into its core product.
Saddam will have rights that none of his victims had because of the Nuremberg precedent.
There is very strong pressure against it and no precedent. It's not 100 per cent impossible, but it's unlikely.
Even anti-choice Justices Antonin Scalia and William Rehnquist respect precedent, but that hasn't stopped them from explicitly saying they want to overturn Roe v. Wade .
While Roberts wanted to give the impression he respected the right to privacy and the precedent of Roe vs. Wade, his answers look dangerously similar to the responses (Associate Justice) Clarence Thomas gave senators during his confirmation hearings 14 years ago.
Think of the precedent of that -- for movies, for software, for anything in the intellectual property realm. Everybody has the right to copy everything unless the rights holder finds you and says, 'No.' It puts the onus on the rights owner.
This is a significant departure from previous precedent, and appears to contradict the language and spirit of the statute.
We see real flaws in the method. We're not dealing with a system that has a lot of precedent and has a lot of transparency.
It will set a precedent and others with blockage or sight obstructions will be forced to move them. If you're violating the ordinance, you're violating the ordinance. Whatever works.