Plainly, this provision is couched in terms referring to the Court's jurisdiction, and not as a substantive rule of criminal law whereby minors may not be held criminally responsible.
Healthcheck encourages distrust of medical professionals, and the lack of substantive evidence in many of its reports muddies the issues at stake.
It constituted the first important dialogue on substantive nuclear issues between the two self-declared de facto nuclear weapon powers of the world.
But judicial comity requires restraint, based on mutual respect not only for the integrity of one another's process, but also for one another's procedural and substantive laws.
They subsequently assisted him in the drafting of statements which were considered substantive evidence of the aggravation and difficulties he had been forced to endure during this debacle.
It therefore appeared to be a substantive , independent factor.
The substantive issue that she raises is important.
And now it's time for the White House to help bring the parties together to get real, meaningful, substantive tax relief done.
The submission there is that one needs primary statutory backing before a power to make procedural rules can affect substantive limitation periods.
His recuperative perception, in other words, is the substantive basis of a dramatic engagement.