But, since 2012, Congress has granted authority to the secretary of defense to waive those restrictions on a case-by-case basis.
By entering, you agree to waive any rights you may have to the Video Entry submitted.
She was visibly shaking when the court denied her claim to waive her lawyers.
Far easier just to waive them temporarily, replaced by expedited processes that allow things to happen.
Most of the defendants had been convinced to waive their right to a lawyer.
For the present I waive all consideration of the status of the seceded States.
In coming to us he tenders us an advantage which we should not waive.
I told him it was dangerous for me to remain in Merced, and I wanted to waive, and go to Modesto for safety.
"We might waive the formalities in the interests of justice," purred the Lieutenant.
Miss Anthony's common sense finally induced her to waive objections and she gave Mr. Taft as many sittings as he desired.
c.1300, from Anglo-French weyver "to abandon, waive," Old French weyver, guever "to abandon, give back," probably from a Scandinavian source akin to Old Norse veifa "to swing about," from Proto-Germanic *waibijanan (see waif). In Middle English legal language, used of rights, goods, or women. Related: Waived; waiving.