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This is a prosecution for refusal to be inducted into the armed services, in violation of the provisions of the Universal Military Training and Service Act, 62 Stat. 604,622, 50, U.S.C. App. Aj 462 ( A ).
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The recent publicity attending the successful federal prosecution of a conspiracy indictment against a number of electrical manufacturers has evoked a new respect for the anti-trust laws that is justified neither by their rationale nor by the results they have obtained.
We do not know whether this case resulted in a successful prosecution or not ; moreover, Poirot is not above lying in order to produce a particular effect in the person to whom he is speaking, so this evidence is not reliable.
Sources disagree, as may differing states ' laws, as to what category of plea the Alford plea falls under: Some sources state that the Alford guilty plea is a form of nolo contendere, where the defendant in the case states " no contest " to the factual matter of the case as given in the charges outlined by the prosecution.
He does not, however, exercise any direct authority in the provinces outside England, except in certain minor roles dictated by Canon in those provinces ( for example, he is the judge in the event of an ecclesiastical prosecution against the Archbishop of Wales ).
The adversarial system is the two-sided structure under which criminal trial courts operate that pits the prosecution against the defense.
The name " adversarial system " may be misleading in that it implies it is only within this type of system in which there are opposing prosecution and defense.
By contrast, in an inquisitiorial system, the fact that the defendant has confessed is merely one more fact that is entered into evidence, and a confession by the defendant does not remove the requirement that the prosecution present a full case.
Depending on their actions, and the laws of the prevailing jurisdiction, those engaged in an affray may also render themselves liable to prosecution for assault, unlawful assembly, or riot ; if so, it is for one of these offences that they are usually charged.
In common law, barratry is the offense committed by people who are “ overly officious in instigating or encouraging prosecution of groundless litigation ” or who bring “ repeated or persistent acts of litigation ” for the purposes of profit or harassment.
The rumours about prosecution of sighthounds in post-revolutionary Russia is a legend of modern time, possibly based on similar incidents in Maoist China.
In many European countries the prosecution may appeal an acquittal to a higher court ( similar to the provisions of Canadian law ) – this is not counted as double jeopardy but as a continuation of the same trial.
Once all appeals have been exhausted on a case, the judgment is final and the action of the prosecution is closed ( code of penal procedure, art.
The Blockburger test, originally developed in the multiple punishments context, is also the test for prosecution after conviction.
In October 2009, the Commission on Military Justice, known as the Cox Commission, repeated its 2001 recommendation that Article 125 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, which bans sodomy, be repealed, noting that " most acts of consensual sodomy committed by consenting military personnel are not prosecuted, creating a perception that prosecution of this sexual behavior is arbitrary.
Diplomatic immunity is a form of legal immunity and a policy held between governments that ensures that diplomats are given safe passage and are considered not susceptible to lawsuit or prosecution under the host country's laws, although they can still be expelled.
This is why a public prosecution of a person whose surname is Smith would be referred to in writing as " R v Smith " ( or alternatively as " Regina v Smith " or " Rex v Smith " depending on the gender of the Sovereign reigning at the time of the case, Regina and Rex being Latin for " Queen " and " King " respectively ) ( and in either case may informally be pronounced as such ) and when cited orally in court would be pronounced " the Queen against Smith " or " the King against Smith " ( again depending on the gender of the reigning Sovereign ).
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It is possible, although highly doubtful, that he killed none at all but merely let his reputation work for him by privately claiming every unsolved murder in the state.
( The best evidence is that he received a monthly wage of about $125, very good money in an era when top hands worked for $30 and found.
this is not so, for education offers all kinds of dividends, including how to pull the wool over a husband's eyes while you are having an affair with his wife.
He speaks your language too, for he is the grandson of a chieftain on Taui who made much magic and was strong and cunning.
`` And if the dive goes OK he has the exclusive import rights to your line for this country, is that right ''??
I want the room in the attic prepared for him He is a most unusual lad, quite precocious in many ways.
-- liberal considers that the need for a national economy with controls that will assure his conception of social justice is so great that individual and local liberties as well as democratic processes may have to yield before it.
In fact it has caused us to give serious thought to moving our residence south, because it is not easy for the most objective Southerner to sit calmly by when his host is telling a roomful of people that the only way to deal with Southerners who oppose integration is to send in troops and shoot the bastards down.
but for this discussion the most important division is between those who have been reconstructed and those who haven't.
Had the situation been reversed, had, for instance, England been the enemy in 1898 because of issues of concern chiefly to New England, there is little doubt that large numbers of Southerners would have happily put on their old Confederate uniforms to fight as allies of Britain.
Of greater importance, however, is the content of those programs, which have had and are having enormous consequences for the American people.
The general acceptance of the idea of governmental ( i.e., societal ) responsibility for the economic well-being of the American people is surely one of the two most significant watersheds in American constitutional history.
Reduced to its simplest terms, it is an assumption of a collective duty to compensate for the inability of individuals to cope with the rigors of the era.
National responsibility for individual welfare is a concept not limited to the United States or even to the Western nations.
For better or for worse, we all now live in welfare states, the organizing principle of which is collective responsibility for individual well-being.
( Since the time-span of the nation-state coincides roughly with the separate existence of the United States as an independent entity, it is perhaps natural for Americans to think of the nation as representative of the highest form of order, something permanent and unchanging.
There is little time for the men in the command centers to reflect about the implications of these clocks.
Only recently new `` holes '' were discovered in our safety measures, and a search is now on for more.