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Ruling expected today on writs of mandamus
« on: December 21, 2009, 12:36:30 PM »
[FONT="]The president of the Brazilian Supreme Federal Court (STF) is expected to decide the Goldman case on today, despite the summer holiday! Patricia Apy and Goldman’s Brazilian lawyer and also the AGU filed writs of mandamus. [/FONT]More information here. http://tinyurl.com/y9gthgq

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Re: Ruling expected today on writs of mandamus
« Reply #1 on: December 21, 2009, 05:41:47 PM »
The AP is now reporting that the decision will not come until tomorrow.

       "RIO DE JANEIRO --  A Supreme Court ruling that could reunite a New Jersey father with his young son after a five-year custody battle was delayed for a day by the chief justice, an official said Monday.


An official at the Supreme Court said the ruling by Chief Justice Gilmar Mendes, which had been expected Monday, would be made Tuesday. The official, who agreed to discuss the matter only if not quoted by name because she was not authorized to discuss the case, gave no reason for the delay.



                     The wait was agonizing for David Goldman, who has pledged to fight for his son Sean as long as it takes.

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