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When the verdict came in against his young neighbor, Hengesbach said:
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When the Spanish bishop and ascetic Priscillian, accused by his fellow bishops of heresy, was executed by the emperor Magnus Maximus under the charge of magic, Siricus — along with Ambrose of Milan and Martin of Tours — protested against this verdict.
When the required number of jurors cannot agree on a verdict ( a situation sometimes referred to as a hung jury ), a mistrial is declared, and the case may be retried with a newly constituted jury.
When the verdict for the trial comes in, Amanda's plea to the jury to " judge this case as you would if the sexes were reversed " proves successful, and Doris is found not guilty.
When evidence can be used in court to convict persons of crimes, it must be handled in a scrupulously careful manner to avoid later allegations of tampering or misconduct which can compromise the case of the prosecution toward acquittal or to overturning a guilty verdict upon appeal.
When the verdict is read and Beverly is found not guilty on all charges, she laughs and announces " Oh, I'm coming home!
When the military court refused to reach a verdict, Ney's case went to the Chamber of Peers, which was populated by a mix of old and new peers.
When the fight was over, Gonzalez got the verdict on a 12-round split decision ; the judge from Germany was the lone dissenter.
When the jury returned its verdict from the first trial, the jury from the second trial was taken out of the courtroom.
When asked about the verdict, he replied: “ It is interesting because in our inquiries, roughly 90 percent filed the same way I did.
When the judge sends the jury to consider their verdict, the usher escorts them to a small suite consisting of a large table, 12 chairs, lavatory facilities, paper and pencils, a button with which to call the usher, ( although in most courts this is done just by knocking loudly on the door ) and prominent notices about not revealing deliberations to anyone else.
When a subsequent court fails to apply res judicata and renders a contradictory verdict on the same claim or issue, if a third court is faced with the same case, it will likely apply a " last in time " rule, giving effect only to the later judgment, even though the result came out differently the second time.
When told of the verdict, Milk's friend and activist Cleve Jones addressed an audience of about 500 people that had gathered on Castro Street, telling them of the verdict.
When the jury are called to deliver a verdict after majority directions have been given, a careful protocol of questions is followed: only in the event of a guilty verdict is it then asked whether or not all jurors were agreed on that verdict.
" When Mr. Holecek was questioned why the guilty verdict was given he stated " A clear explanation of why it should be " Not Guilty " could not be given because no clear explanation or evidence had been offered in court.
When it seemed as if the verdict would be unfavourable, Hypereides tore open her robe and displayed her body, most notably her breasts, which so moved them that they acquitted her.
When it involves a severe penalty, his decision has to be approved by a Mufti, certainly in capital punishment cases, to ensure that verdict is in compliance with the Islamic law.
When the case eventually came to court, it was thrown out in its first week – the judge recording a not guilty verdict and commenting that the case should have never reached the trial stage.
When and came
When Beckett's name came into the discussion, the priest grew loud and told me that Beckett `` hates life ''.
When he came home from his office at the end of the afternoon, Breasted never knew what gathering he should expect to find, but there almost always was one.
When I first came across Samuel Johnson's pronouncement, `` the remedy for the ills of life is palliative rather than radical '', it seemed to me to sum up the profoundest of political and social truths.
When he came to Baltimore, he was leaving a team which was supposed to win the National League pennant, and he was joining what seemed to be a second division American League club.
When the sun came out, Stevie strode proudly into Orange Square, smiling like a landlord on industrious tenants.
When his arm came up I ducked away but it caught me on the side of the neck, watering my eyes, and I backed off to cough.
When he was bent over behind the wheel of the station wagon, feeling in his trouser cuffs for the ignition key which he had dropped a moment before, she came out of the house with an enormous Rumanian shawl over her head, which she had bought in that country during one of their trips abroad, and handed him a clean handkerchief through the window.
When they came to Mr. Jack's photograph, twenty by twelve inches in a curly silver frame, Miss Ada said, `` By rights I ought to leave that, seeing he won't take my clotheshorse ''.
When the therapist came to feel on sufficiently sure ground with him to ask him, `` What is that, Bill -- hello or farewell ''??
When the chance came, they first eliminated cold cereal once a week, then gradually converted to hot fresh-ground cereal every day.
When a second quake came, they dashed back to the beach, fearing that they might be buried under landslides.
When he came to the movies -- more or less by accident -- they were still cheap entertainment capable of enthralling the unthinking for an idle few minutes.
When Dr. W. A. Swim celebrated his 75th birthday at the Wilshire Country Club, guests came by chartered plane from all over the country.