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In Law & Legal Issues

What is amicus curiae?

Amicus curiae or friend of the court is someone who brings to the courts attention some point of law or fact something which would otherwise have been overlooked usually this (MORE)
In Law & Legal Issues

What are Amicus Curiae briefs and who can file them?

The vehicle through which representatives of special interestgroups are able to express opinions on matters before the Court iscalled an amicus curiae (pl. amici curiae), or (MORE)
In Custody

Is an amicus curiae brief permitted in family court?

I suppose that it could be but, in my experience, I have never seen or heard of it being done. Definition follows: Amicus Curiae is a Latin term meaning "friend of the (MORE)
In US Constitution

Are amicus curiae briefs filed in the US Supreme Court?

Yes. Amicus Curiae Briefs are filed in the Supreme Court and in any other court that hears appeals. Since an appeal both applies to the particular case before the court and th (MORE)
In Law & Legal Issues

Why do lobbyists file amicus curiae briefs?

The only reason anyone files a brief as a "friend of the court" is because they have an interest in the outcome. While policy is generally made by the legislature, with the ap (MORE)
In Criminal Law

What is the amicus curiae for the TLO v New Jersey case?

The correct 'style' of the case is New Jersey v. TLO , not the other way around. "Amicus curiae" is a Latin term meaning "friend of the court". A person or an organizatio (MORE)
In Law & Legal Issues

What are some amicus curiae of the fourth amendment?

The definition of Amicus Curiae is; Friend of the Court (i.e.: someone who brings to the courts attention some point of law or fact something which might otherwise have been (MORE)
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What does amicus curiae mean in English?

"Amicus curiae" is a legal term that means "friend of the court" in English. The term refers to someone not in a party on a case that provides information pertaining to the ca (MORE)
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An amicus curiae is brought by?

An amicus curiae is brought about by the need to take into accountadditional information on court cases, such as expert opinion.
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Amicus curiae means?

Literally means 'friend of the court'. That is a person not a party to a case who provides information to the court on a point of law, in an attempt to help the court make a d (MORE)