The case regulation databases include the selections of judges in issues before a court docket or tribunal. Permanent Navy Tribunal at Metz, Trial of Christian Baus, Judgment of 21 August 1947, summarized in Law Studies of Trials of Warfare Criminals, Vol. Supreme Courtroom, Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) v. Léon Mugesera, Case No. 2005 SCC 40, Judgment and Causes for Judgment of 28 June 2005.
Tokyo District Court, Civil Division No. 31, Arthur Titherington et al. v. Japan, Claims for compensation from Japan arising from accidents suffered by former POWs and civilian internees of the ex-allied Powers, Judgment of 26 November 1998, Declare No. 1382 (Civil), 1995.
Corte Suprema, Segunda Sala (Supreme Courtroom, Second Chamber), Case No. 2182-ninety eight, Judgment of 17 November 2004. Cour de Cassation, Chambre Criminelle (Court of Cassation, Criminal Law Chamber), Attraction Nr. 03-84653, Judgment of four January 2005, printed in Bulletin Criminel 2005 N° 1, p. 1.
Federal Court of Appeal, Hassan Almrei v. Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) 2005 FCA 54, Judgment and Causes for Judgment, 2 August 2005. Constitutional Court docket, Sentencia C-092, Expediente RE-07, Judgment of 7 March 1996. Federal Court, Mario Roberto Cirilo Ruiz v. Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration), 2003 FC 1177, Causes for Order and Order, 10 October 2003.
In federal or multi-jurisdictional regulation techniques there might exist conflicts between the assorted lower appellate courts. Jerusalem District Courtroom, The State of Israel v. Tariq Issa Issawi, PLC 40211-03-10, Judgment of 21 April 2010. Courts of attraction, both general courts (hovrätter) and administrative courts (kammarrätter) may problem decisions that act as guides for the applying of the regulation, however these decisions may be overturned by higher courts.