• a legal fare [speed]
  • 法定運賃[速度]
  • a legal wife
  • 正式に結婚した妻(◆「内縁の妻」は common-law wife)
  • Gambling is legal in some states.
  • ギャンブルが公認されている州もある
  • legal fees
  • 弁護料
  • make ... legal
  • …を合法化する
  • take legal action
  • 法的措置を取る,訴訟を起こす
  • 1025 (1981)), each a member of the Senate prior to appointment and each appointed without a Saxbe fix, due to failure to establish legal standing.
  • Wikipedia: Saxbe fix
  • A loophole further complicates the legal situation—the spores of psilocybin mushrooms do not contain the drugs, and are legal to possess in many areas.
  • Wikipedia: Psilocybin
  • Adoption by same-sex couples was already legal in Navarre, Asturias, Aragon, the Basque Country, and Catalonia before the same-sex marriage law legalized these adoptions nationwide.
  • Wikipedia: Same-sex marriage in Spain
  • Although many see the ideal single language as being English due to its widespread usage, there is a campaign to make French the single tongue for all legal texts, due to the view that it is more clear and precise for legal purposes.
  • Wikipedia: European Parliament
  • Although there are no precise figures about the effect of the decision on legal aid budgets, a Senate inquiry agreed that the decision had the potential to divert legal aid funding towards criminal cases at the expense of civil or family law matters.
  • Wikipedia: Dietrich v The Queen
  • Beginning in the New Kingdom, oracles played a major role in the legal system, dispensing justice in both civil and criminal cases.
  • Wikipedia: Ancient Egypt
  • Bernard Shaw, writing much later, highlighted the paradox whereby the Claimant was perceived as a working-class man denied his legal rights by a ruling elite.
  • Wikipedia: Tichborne case
  • Boone's remaining land claims were sold off to pay legal fees and taxes, but he no longer paid attention to the process.
  • Wikipedia: Daniel Boone
  • C. so long as it was legal in either Maryland or Virginia and that slaveholders would be reimbursed for runaway slaves.
  • Wikipedia: John J. Crittenden
  • Congress considered raising the five-dollar legal tender limit on trade dollars, but instead passed a bill that officially demonetized the trade dollar on July 22, 1876; the Secretary of the Treasury was directed by the act to strike no more of the coins than necessary for use in trade.
  • Wikipedia: Trade dollar (United States coin)
  • During Foraker's first term in the Senate, he had done legal work for Standard Oil; in the letters, Archbold made reference to legislation he considered objectionable, and also made references to substantial fees to Foraker.
  • Wikipedia: Joseph B. Foraker
  • Finally, Bradley cited irregularities in the proceedings of the contest committee, including giving insufficient time for the review of testimony provided in written form by Taylor and Marshall's legal representation.
  • Wikipedia: William O'Connell Bradley
  • Following his term as governor, McCreary returned to his legal practice.
  • Wikipedia: James B. McCreary
  • Germany's legal establishment further capitulated to the regime when the country's leading legal scholar, Carl Schmitt, wrote an article defending Hitler's July 13 speech.
  • Wikipedia: Night of the Long Knives
  • Hand's eloquence as a writer played a larger part in the spread of his influence than the substance of his decisions; and Schick believes that the Hand myth brushes over contradictions in his legal philosophy.
  • Wikipedia: Learned Hand
  • Having turned down an offer to return to his old employer, Trinidad Leaseholds, in 1947, in 1954 Constantine agreed to join the same company as an assistant legal advisor.
  • Wikipedia: Learie Constantine
  • He finally defeated Aeschines, although his enemy's objections to the crowning were arguably valid from a legal point of view.
  • Wikipedia: Demosthenes
  • He remained there for the rest of his legal career except for the war years, eventually becoming head of chambers.
  • Wikipedia: Melford Stevenson
  • In 1949, however, Falcon Press brought out an edition with no legal challenge.
  • Wikipedia: The Well of Loneliness
  • In Ontario, French has some legal status, but is not fully co-official.
  • Wikipedia: Canada
  • In recent years, the organization has worked to protect women from abroad who are unfamiliar with the English language and the U.S. legal system from abusive marital relationships that have been arranged by international marriage brokers.
  • Wikipedia: Tahirih Justice Center
  • In response to public reaction against illegal immigration and fears that U.S.-born children of illegal immigrants could serve as links to permit legal residency and eventual citizenship for family members who would otherwise be ineligible to remain in the country, bills have been introduced from time to time in Congress which have challenged the conventional interpretation of the Citizenship Clause and have sought (thus far unsuccessfully) to actively and explicitly deny citizenship at birth to U.S.-born children of foreign visitors or illegal aliens.
  • Wikipedia: United States v. Wong Kim Ark