“He Stands Before Us With Folded Hands & In Tears”, Allahabad High Court Expunges Adverse Remarks Against Judicial Officer

first_imgNews Updates”He Stands Before Us With Folded Hands & In Tears”, Allahabad High Court Expunges Adverse Remarks Against Judicial Officer Sparsh Upadhyay24 March 2021 1:42 AMShare This – xThe Allahabad High Court earlier this month expunged the adverse remarks made against a Judicial Officer considering his unconditional apology and the fact that he had remained under suspension for more than a year. The Bench of Justice Rajan Roy and Justice Saurabh Lavania was hearing the plea of an erstwhile Principal Judge, Family Court, Sultanpur for expunction of adverse remarks…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Allahabad High Court earlier this month expunged the adverse remarks made against a Judicial Officer considering his unconditional apology and the fact that he had remained under suspension for more than a year. The Bench of Justice Rajan Roy and Justice Saurabh Lavania was hearing the plea of an erstwhile Principal Judge, Family Court, Sultanpur for expunction of adverse remarks made against him by the High Court in its order dated 18th November 2019. The matter before the Court Certain adverse remarks were made by a Bench of Justice Saurabh Lavania against one Manoj Kumar Shukla, a Judicial Officer. The order of the Court dates back to 18th November 2019, when he had appeared before the High Court. As accepted by the Applicant/Judicial Officer, he was slightly anguished because he had not passed the order impugned in the first appeal yet he had to appear before the High Court and in a momentary lapse of control over his faculties, the incident recorded in the order of the Court dated 18th November 2019 happened. Pursuant to his conduct, adverse remarks were made against him in the HC’s order and due to which disciplinary proceedings were initiated against and was placed under suspension. Before the Court, he submitted that his life and career both have been tainted because of the adverse remarks and further pleaded before the Court with “folded hands” that he would never ever commit the mistake. Lastly, he said that his entire career was at stake and that he had been superseded by officers junior to him, who have been promoted as District Judge. Court’s observations The Court observed that the applicant is a Judicial Officer of the rank of Additional District Judge and that he expressed sincere regret and remorse regarding his conduct, for which such adverse remarks were made. Also, the Court also observed in its order that the Applicant/Judicial Officer stood before it with folded hands and in tears, seeking mercy and pardon. Further, considering his assurance, undertaking and unconditional apology, the Court went ahead to expunge the adverse remarks contained in the order dated 18th November 2019 relating to the Applicant/Judicial Officer. Significantly, the Court said, “The applicant has remained under suspension for more than a year. He has realized his mistake; therefore, we see no reason to allow the aforesaid remarks to continue against him any further in view of what has been stated hereinabove. The same shall be treated as expunged and shall not be used against the applicant/Manoj Kumar Shukla in his career.” As regards the disciplinary proceedings pending against him, the Court said that the consequences shall follow accordingly as per law. Further, counseling the judicial officer not to repeat what he did before the Court, the Court remarked, “We hope and trust that he shall henceforth not only perform his judicial duties with diligence and sincerity but shall also follow the decorum and courtesies, which are required to be observed vis-a-vis his juniors, his colleagues, as also the superior officers.” Accordingly, the Court allowed the application in the aforesaid terms.Case title – Mohd. Irshad v. Anjum BanoClick Here To Download OrderRead OrderSubscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more

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Abner White opens Fairhope restaurant

first_img Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Latest Stories Book Nook to reopen “The kitchen was six feet wide, and we had five tables,” White said. “The menu was simple – fried chicken tenders, French fries and garlic bread and the sauce, Abner’s special sauce.”Business was good from the beginning and boomed to the extent that, in 1995, White bought and remodeled the building. Two years later, he opened an Abner’s in Starkville and a standalone in Oxford. He expanded to the suburbs in Memphis and Jackson and then, against advice, in Tupelo.“People told me to stay away from Tupelo but, once I pulled the trigger on Tupelo, I wished I had done it years earlier,” he said.Each of the Abner’s has a sports theme, mainly football. Signed photos adorn the walls along with football helmets and other memorabilia.White, laughingly, said the Abner’s of Fairhope will be somewhat different in its gridiron “allegiance.”“We’ll have Auburn, Alabama, Ole Miss, Mississippi State and LSU, and I’m trying to get more Troy University displays because we want to support the Trojans, too,” he said.With all the chicken places around and the trend toward healthier eating, Abner’s has diversified to meet the growing demand and changing preferences of his customers.“I thought that I could be successful if I did chicken right and coupled good food with outstanding service,” White said.“And, of course, there’s nothing like our Abner’s sauce. It’s a comeback sauce, and it’s a little more spicy than other comeback sauces. We also offer our own honey mustard and barbecue sauces. I feel like we’ve put distance between Abner’s and other chicken tender restaurants because of the freshness and quality of our food.”Abner’s serves Greek salads and a variety of gourmet salads, wraps, wings and about as many specially grilled tenders as fried.The success of Abner’s has been rewarding and encouraging but White said he’s not interested in franchising the business even though he’s had offers.“I’d rather be in control.” he said.It’s in an old location and it reminds me of the first Abner’s in Oxford. It’s a neat location and I’m having fun with it. I want to keep doing what we’re doing and if that means further growth, then the better.”At the grand opening of Abner’s Famous Chicken Tender restaurant in Fairhope this weekend, White said he will probably steal a moment to reflect on how it all came to be.“Being 23 years old and never having worked in the food service business, I thought never mind the hard work and the long hours,” he said, laughing. “But I’ve learned the harsh lessons and gotten a lot of wakeup calls along the way so I’m here to stay.” Email the author Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits Abner White opens Fairhope restaurant By The Penny Hoarder Sponsored Content When Abner White was 23 years old, he walked into bank after bank, with his hat in his hand, asking for a loan to “create something new.”“I even applied with the Small Business Association but they all wanted to see my balance sheet,” White said.“I didn’t have any restaurant experience and had nothing to show, and I was asking for enough money to start a business. Their reaction was ‘You’ve got to be kidding!” Print Article Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies Are… Finally, White came to Troy and banker Larry Hancock made it possible for him to get the money he needed to create Abner’s Famous Chicken Tenders restaurant. Today, 16 years later, White will host a weekend grand opening for an Abner’s restaurant in Fairhope, the ninth, and those who thought he was kidding now have their answer.White, laughingly, said the fact that his family was deeply rooted in Troy probably had more to do with his getting the loan than the collateral he was able to raise – his old car and a few meager possessions.His being the grandson of Dr. Jack Abner and Jane Jernigan Brantley and Charles and Mazie White and the son of Parker White and Wiley Brantley White might have “brought peace of mind” to the Troy banker. However, it was more likely, that the confidence White radiated sold his idea. 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We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancel Skip You Might Like Meeksville holds youth event The Meeksville Youth Club and the Scott and Green families will hold the 15th annual Meeksville Harmony Park Youth Awareness… read more He had played center for the Ole Miss football team from 1988-1992 and had won several academic awards. So, he brought along his transcript to show that he had worked hard and done his best.“I told Larry that I had an idea that I knew would work if he would just give me a shot,” White said. “In Oxford, there were plenty of burger and pizza places and a few local restaurants but nowhere that specialized in chicken tenders — no places like I’d seen in several small college towns.”White got a $20,000 line of credit and, with it, he opened Abner’s Famous Chicken Tenders restaurant in Oxford in 1993.Abner’s was in the corner of a building that also housed a gas station’s convenience store and a liquor store. By Jaine Treadwelllast_img read more

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Pharmac bid to fund medical cannabis shut down by clinical advisors

first_imgNZ Doctor 16 November 2015Pharmac’s bid to fund a cannabis medication for multiple sclerosis has been declined by its advisory committee, in part because it says the risk of inappropriate use is too high.Pharmac has been seeking clinical advice from its Pharmacology Therapeutics Advisory Committee on funding oromucosal spray Sativex. The spray is a cannabis-extract treatment used for various indications, including spasticity due to multiple sclerosis.Sativex is currently the only approved cannabinoid treatment in New Zealand, but because it is unsubsidised, it costs patients around $1000 a month.Risk of diversion in the New Zealand settingBut the committee has recommended Pharmac declines national funding of Sativex for a number of conditions, including: spasticity due to multiple sclerosis, pain, and refractory epilepsy (epilepsy with prolonged seizures), according to the just-released minutes of its 13 to 14 August meeting.“The committee considered that the risk of diversion in the New Zealand setting, should Sativex be funded, is high due to the inherent nature of its active substances and the ease of administration.”Keep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.The dosing required will also vary between patients because of the variability in how the drug interacts in different people, for example how it is absorbed and distributed through the body, the committee says.The recommended dose is 12 sprays per day.No or limited effectIn its assessment, the committee reviewed a number of trials and studies on the use of cannabis extract for spasticity and noted either no, or limited, effect on these indications.One study required participants to take a maximum of 48 sprays a day – four times the usual recommended dose.“Overall, the committee considered that there was some evidence to support the use of Sativex for spasticity due to multiple sclerosis compared with placebo, but that the strength of this evidence was weak and the quality was poor.”The committee also believes there are already a number of funded treatments available for both spasticity and pain.http://www.nzdoctor.co.nz/news/2015/november-2015/16/pharmac-bid-to-fund-medical-cannabis-shut-down-by-clinical-advisors.aspxlast_img read more

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Toomey confident promotion chances remain alive

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