The act of terminating an employees employment contract. Some of the common reasons for dismissal are: constructive dismissal, summary dismissal, misconduct, fixed term contract, redundancy, voluntary redundancy, frustration of contact and absenteeism. See Other Reasons for Dismissal on our site for more exacting definitions.
To terminate legal action involving outstanding charges against a defendant in a criminal case. Motion to Dismiss is when the defense attorney asks the Court to dismiss the case. clusionary Rule Doctrine derived from the United States Constitution which prevents the authorities from using illegally obtained evidence at trial.
A complaint is dismissed if a complaint analysis determines it is not appropriate for IG investigation because: 1. It discloses no recognizable wrong or violation of law, policy, procedures, or regulation. 2. It is not timely -- was not filed within 60 days of the complainant learning of the alleged wrong and there are no extraordinary circumstances justifying the delay or any special Army interest in the matters alleged. 3. It is without merit, frivolous, and cannot be referred.
Termination of a case. The court may enter an order dismissing a case for cause or the prosecuting attorney for the state may dismiss the matter for reasons such as lack of evidence, death of a witness, or because the matter is to be refiled due to the original indictment being defective, etc.
Remove a leader from his position and place him face-down in cadre (regardless of political disfavor). You can replace him with a leader from your hand or from elsewhere in the same theater, or not replace him at all.