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However and prosecution
However, both the prosecution and defence may appeal against the verdict on questions of law and fact in less serious offences ; in more serious offences, appeals are restricted to questions of law.
" However, a defendant shown to be willfully ignorant may in fact be eligible for perjury prosecution.
However, many whistleblowers report there exists a widespread " shoot the messenger " mentality by corporations or government agencies accused of misconduct and in some cases whistleblowers have been subjected to criminal prosecution in reprisal for reporting wrongdoing.
However, these charges were all dismissed for " no merit " by Supreme Court Judge Kase on December 11, 2009 on the grounds that the prosecution had misled the Grand Jury in the indictment.
However, the expedition is unsuccessful and, on his return, he is fined in a prosecution led by Xanthippus and put in prison where he dies of wounds received at Paros.
However, Northern Ireland Secretary of State Peter Hain said that he was " convinced that at least one prosecution will arise out of today's report ".
However, on December 1, 2009 a psychiatric nurse who observed Brian David Mitchell stated she believes Mitchell has faked psychiatric symptoms and behaviors to avoid prosecution and remain at a state hospital.
However, the prosecution argued that the defence of following orders was not sufficient, and that Papon bore at least some of the responsibility for the deportations.
However, gang leader Lenny Murphy and his two chief " lieutenants " escaped prosecution.
However, the government's most ambitious prosecution, personally led by the Attorney General, of O ' Connor and 57 others ( including almost all Chartism's national executive ) failed: none were convicted of the serious charges, and those found guilty of minor offences were never actually sentenced.
However, the duty to rescue where it exists may itself imply a shield from liability ; for example, under the German law of " Unterlassene Hilfeleistung " ( an offense not to provide first aid when necessary ), a citizen is obliged to provide first aid when necessary and is immune from prosecution if assistance given in good faith turns out to be harmful.
However, in 1937, Genovese was indicted for a 1934 murder and fled to Italy to avoid prosecution.
However Panayotis Kanellopoulos, the last legitimate prime minister of Greece prior to the coup, acting as witness for the prosecution, at the junta trials in 1975 during metapolitefsi, testified how he was arrested by machine-gun toting soldiers and transported to the palace to meet king Constantine.
However, the prosecution must be able to prove that the subject in possession of the magazine had knowledge that it was in fact a post-ban magazine.
However, if the judge grants a motion to set aside judgment after the jury convicts, this may be reversed on appeal by the prosecution, as the verdict was different previously.
However, prosecution of the offense can result in a fine of up to $ 2000.
However, Ohio law provided them immunity from prosecution, so the right against self-incrimination was inapplicable, and they were subsequently prosecuted for their failure to answer questions.
However, there are many pitfalls that can trap someone who is not experienced in trademark prosecution matters.
However, a bail bondsman and or Bounty Hunter may enter the State of Kentucky to apprehend a fugitive who has entered into the State to avoid prosecution in another state.
However his defense was curtailed by the prosecution because the case was limited to only those who had been charged.
However, allegations of corruption spawned an impeachment trial in the Senate, and in 2001 Estrada was ousted by " People Power " 2 after the prosecution walked out of the impeachment court when the Senator Judges voted no in the opening of the second envelope.
However, according to the prosecution, that $ 15 million sum was based on the incorrect valuation which was too low.
However, the failure of this prosecution by the CBI was widely criticized.
However, he declined to participate in the Nuremberg Trials on the grounds that the prosecution there was based on laws that did not exist at the time of the culpable acts.
However, citizens who later enrol themselves are protected from prosecution for not enrolling in the previous years by section 101 ( 7 ) of the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918.

However and asserted
However, Jorge Cauz ( president of Encyclopædia Britannica Inc .) asserted in 2012 that " Britannica [...] will always be factually correct.
However, these images are still mediated by the same factors as traditional film, such as the “ moving camera, composition, editing, lighting, and all varieties of sound .” While acknowledging the value in inserting positive representations of women in film, some critics asserted that real change would only come about from reconsidering the role of film in society, often from a semiotic point of view.
However, Wiesel's organization asserted there would be no legal " basis for reparations or territorial claims ", anticipating Turkish anxieties that it could prompt financial or property claims.
However, the ROC does not actively pursue these claims in practice ; the remaining claims that the ROC are actively seeking are the Diaoyu Islands, whose sovereignty is also asserted by Japan and the PRC ; and the Spratly Islands in South China Sea, with multiple claimants.
However, Marx famously asserted in the eleventh of his Theses on Feuerbach that " philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways ; the point however is to change it ", and he clearly dedicated himself to trying to alter the world.
However, upon being elected Pope at the papal conclave of 1303, he released King Philip IV of France from the excommunication that had been laid upon him by Boniface VIII, and practically ignored Boniface's bull Unam sanctam, which asserted papal supremacy over secular rulers.
However, concerning children born in the United States to parents who are not U. S. citizens ( and not foreign diplomats ), three Senators, including Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lyman Trumbull, the author of the Civil Rights Act, as well as President Andrew Johnson, asserted that both the Civil Rights Act and the Fourteenth Amendment would confer citizenship on them at birth, and no Senator offered a contrary opinion.
However, Heidegger asserted that his dedicated students would know this statement was no eulogy for the NSDAP.
However, a 2007 study published by the University of Manchester asserted that three out of every four British Jewish births are Haredi, who now account for 45, 500 out of around 275, 000 Jews in the UK, or 17 %.
However, William claimed ultimate possession of virtually all the land in England over which his armies had given him de facto control, and asserted the right to dispose of it as he saw fit.
However, her son Louis XIII, already several years into his legal majority, asserted his authority the next year.
However, a dispute ensued between the Swedes and the Dutch, who asserted a prior claim to that land.
However, instead of Martínez ' symbol, what Argüelles asserted was the " Hunab Ku " symbol was originally a rectangular design used by the Aztecs for a ritual cloak, known as the Mantle of Lip Plugs ( or, arguably, mantle of " spider water ").
However, the Manchus increasingly asserted independence, and managed to conquer all of China in 1644.
However, the Colorado General Assembly, after holding a hearing on such concerns, asserted that coaching is unlike therapy because it does not focus on examining nor diagnosing the past.
However, several top Democratic lawmakers in the House signed a letter on June 26, 2009, alleging that CIA Director Leon Panetta had asserted that the CIA misled Congress for a " number of years " spanning back to 2001, casting more clouds on the controversy.
However, although he and his assistants surveyed the whole potential system, for, from the start, he had asserted his view of the Trent and Mersey as the " Grand Trunk Canal " – the Grand Cross of waterways across the country – he would not live to see it completed.
However, the de facto supremacy of the Petrograd Soviet was asserted as early as 1 March ( before the creation of the Provisional Government itself ), when the Petrograd Soviet issued Order No. 1:
However Rockingham also passed the Declaratory Act, which asserted that the British Parliament had the right to legislate for the American colonies in all cases whatsoever.
However, the editor-in-chief of an MV trade magazine asserted that " machine vision is not an industry per se " but rather " the integration of technologies and products that provide services or applications that benefit true industries such as automotive or consumer goods manufacturing, agriculture, and defense.
However, neither Julius nor Ethel Rosenberg named anyone else and during testimony each asserted their right under the U. S. Constitution's Fifth Amendment to not incriminate themselves whenever asked about involvement in the Communist Party or with its members.
However, his agent asserted that Fields rejected the role because he wanted to devote his time to writing You Can't Cheat an Honest Man.
However, most evidentiary codes defining hearsay adopt verbatim the rule as laid out in the Federal Rules of Evidence, which generally defines hearsay as a " statement, other than one made by the declarant while testifying at the trial or hearing, offered in evidence to prove the truth of the matter asserted.
However, both sides claimed a victory ; Whitehouse's side asserted that the important legal point had been made with the ruling on the applicability of the Sexual Offences Act, while Bogdanov said it was because she knew that he would not be convicted.
However, Smith and Bhatnagar ( 2000 ) asserted that Kjaer and Fisher Hansen simply missed the structure in older fetuses.

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