Examples of Mootness in a sentence
Mootness is a jurisdictional concept: there is no remaining case or controversy and the court must dismiss.
Ripeness and Mootness Issues on Appeal On a regular basis, appellate courts must decide whether a defendant’s challenge to a condition of supervised release is ripe when raised on direct appeal of the original sentence (as opposed to being raised on appeal of a judgment revoking supervised release for a violation of the challenged condition).
See Ari Cuenin, Note, Mooting the Night Away: Postinauguration Midnight-Rule Changes and Vacatur for Mootness, 60 DUKE L.J. 453, 478 (2010) (“[T]hese suspension and withdrawal memoranda are frequently suggested to new presidents as one of the most effective means for handling midnight regulations.”).1940 DUKE LAW JOURNAL [Vol.
Summary Judgment for Defendants on Standing or Mootness Grounds isUnwarranted.
The resulting emotional damages must be unendurable to a normally-constituted reasonable person and there must be a substantial causal connection to the conduct of the defendant.”Doctrine of Mootness Enervest Operating, L.L.C. v.