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When authorities convicted him of practicing medicine without a license ( he got off with a suspended sentence of three years because of his advanced age of 77 ), one of his victims was not around to testify: He was dead of cancer.
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When and authorities
When using the works of his authorities Alexander does not only review their reasoning but also gives conclusions, expands on them, and offers his agreements and disagreement with them.
When the University of Heidelberg hired Robert Bunsen in 1852, the authorities promised to build him a new laboratory building.
When prophets and general authorities of the church speak as " moved upon by the Holy Ghost ", it " shall be scripture, shall be the will of the Lord, shall be the mind of the Lord, shall be the word of the Lord, shall be the voice of the Lord, and the power of God unto salvation.
When considering changes to halakha, Conservative Judaism's rabbinical authorities may rely on historical analysis as well as religious considerations.
When the Taliban refused to hand over bin Laden to US authorities and to disband al-Qaeda bases in Afghanistan, Operation Enduring Freedom was launched in which teams of American and British special forces worked with commanders of the United Front ( Northern Alliance ) against the Taliban.
When independence was proclaimed in 1975, the leaders of FRELIMO's military campaign rapidly established a one-party state allied to the Soviet bloc, eliminating political pluralism, religious educational institutions, and the role of traditional authorities.
When criminals see the abandoned vehicles, trash, and deplorable property, they assume that authorities do not care and do not take active approaches to correct problems in these areas.
When the American authorities considered " repatriating " him to Europe, it was Franz Boas who actually saved his life.
When the authorities found Dillinger's blood spattered getaway car on a Chicago side street, they were positive that he was in the city.
When citing cases and other authorities, lawyers and judges may say a sui generis case, or a sui generis authority, meaning it is a special one confined to its own facts, and therefore may not be of broader application.
When the war ended in May 1945, British and U. S. civilian authorities ordered their military forces in Europe to deport to the Soviet Union millions of former residents of the USSR, including many persons who had left Russia and established different citizenship decades before.
When a Ponzi scheme is not stopped by the authorities, it sooner or later falls apart for one of the following reasons:
When Italian authorities expropriated convents and monasteries of Catholic orders, turning them into administration or military buildings, Cardinal Pecci protested but acted moderately.
When the authorities raid the gathering, Mannie flees with Wyoming (" Wyoh ") Knott, a statuesque blonde agitator, whom he introduces to Mike and with whom he goes to see his former teacher, the elderly Professor Bernardo de la Paz, who claims that Luna must stop exporting hydroponic wheat to Earth or its resources will be exhausted.
When Marmaduke Huby died he was succeeded by William Thirsk who was accused by the royal commissioners of immorality and inadequacy and dismissed from the abbacy and replaced by Marmaduke Bradley, a monk of the abbey who had reported Thirsk's supposed offences, testified against him and offered the authorities six hundred marks for the abbacy.
When they allied to Spain during the Napoleonic Wars, they requested the Spanish authorities to open commerce to Britain in return.
When multiple signals are used, the signals must be consistent with the proper order of authorities.
When Bảo Đại, the last Emperor of Vietnam, abdicated in August 1945 at Huế he is recorded to have surrendered the royal insignia to the new communist authorities.
When a person dies in the custody of the legal authorities ( in police cells, or in prison ), an inquest must be held.
When Heine challenged another student, Wiebel, to a duel ( the first of ten known incidents throughout his life ), the authorities stepped in and Heine was suspended from the university for six months.
When a space weather event causes radiation exposure to exceed the safe level set by aviation authorities, the aircraft's flight path is deviated to avoid the polar region.
When it came time for the village to get a post office he suggested that the village be named “ too damn low ” but the postal authorities would not approve of the profanity in the name.
When authorities arrived the following morning to dispute the claims, they found the local citizenry overly alert and well-armed.
When and convicted
When his lawyer pointed out an error in the wording of the act which seemed to limit its application to cases of the destruction of objects worth no more than five pounds, he was convicted instead of the destruction of the glass case in which the vase had sat.
" When Ingmar Guandique was convicted in November 2010 of murdering Levy, Condit's lawyer Bert Fields remarked, " It's a complete vindication but that comes a little late.
When Alba arrived the following year, and soon replaced Margaret as Governor-general, his heavy-handed repression, which included the execution of many convicted of iconoclastic attacks the summer before, only made the situation worse.
When the US Army took over Shepton Mallet prison in Somerset during 1942, renaming it Disciplinary Training Center No. 1 and housing troops convicted of offences across Europe, 2 men were executed by firing squad for murder ; Pte Alexander Miranda on 30 May 1944 and Pte Bejamin Pigate on November 28, 1944.
When work on the line started in June 1898, it had been financed by the mining entrepreneur and company promoter Whitaker Wright, who fell foul of the law over the financial proceedings involved and dramatically committed suicide at the Royal Courts of Justice, after being convicted in 1904.
When his son was convicted and condemned to death, Cincinnatus was forced to live in humble circumstances, working on his own small farm, until an invasion caused him to be called to serve Rome as dictator, an office which he immediately resigned after completing his task of defeating the rivaling tribes of the Aequians, Sabines, and Volscians.
When Joseph N. Gallo and Armone were convicted on racketeering charges in 1987, Gotti turned to Gravano to help fill the void, promoting him to official consigliere and making Frank Locascio acting underboss.
In 1912 he and another boy scout were granted an audience with king Gustaf V. When Johansson grew older he lived a life in crime and was convicted several times for theft and fraud.
When he was convicted of espionage and asked why he engaged in that act, Pitts cited numerous grievances with the FBI and said he wanted to " pay them back ".
When Demjanjuk was convicted in 2011 his son claimed, in an email to Associated Press, " My dad is a survivor of the genocide famine in Ukraine .. " When interviewed in late December 2009, residents of Dubovi Makharyntsi declared that Demjanjuk got along well with the Jewish families living nearby.
When the eunuch delivering the edict arrived at the Vassal Affairs prison that Bing oversaw, Bing refused to accept the edict, stating that no one who had not been convicted of a capital crime should be executed, and particularly not the emperor's own great-grandson.
When Yoshida Shoin became convicted 1853 for trying to get secretly onboard one of Perry's ships to study foreign ways, Sakuma was also sentenced by association to house arrest (), which he endured for 9 years.
When Carroll left office, both he and his predecessor were under the cloud of an investigation for an alleged insurance kickback scheme, but Carroll was not convicted of any wrongdoing.
When he pleaded guilty to three counts of false accounting on 11 January 2011, he became the first sitting Member of Parliament to be convicted of a criminal offence in the scandal.
When Adamson refused to testify again, Adamson was charged and convicted of first-degree murder in 1980 and sentenced to death, which was overturned by the Arizona Supreme Court.
When three Jews, including a policeman, were convicted of participating in the murder of Arabs, international outcry ensued.
When he ran for governor in 1916, Edge ’ s campaign manager was Enoch “ Nucky ” Johnson, who had replaced Kuehnle as boss of the Atlantic County machine after Kuehnle was convicted of corruption related charges in 1911.
When the whole operation came to an end, in addition to GAL operatives a few Spanish policemen and government officials were also convicted.
When parliament resumed, he introduced a private member's bill designed to prevent persons convicted of serious crimes ( and their relatives and collaborators ) from receiving any financial benefit resulting from artistic depictions of their acts.
When the government seeks to impose the death penalty on someone convicted of felony murder, the Eighth Amendment has been interpreted so as to impose additional limitations on the state power.
When in May 1822 the Duchy's Chief of Police, Giulio Besini, was assassinated, the tempo of arrests picked up, many were convicted, and a priest executed.
When she began to cover drug dealers, and gaining information from convicted drugs criminal John Traynor, she received numerous death threats.