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absolute dischargeの例文

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  • Although the defendant was convicted, the sentence was an absolute discharge.
  • Though he pleaded guilty in Canadian court, he was given an absolute discharge.
  • The possible dispositions are : detention in hospital, conditional discharge, or absolute discharge.
  • An absolute discharge means that, in effect, no penalty is imposed.
  • He had no previous convictions and was given an absolute discharge.
  • Cogger successfully appealed the sentence which was substituted by an absolute discharge in 2001.
  • Previously an absolute discharge was unavailable to an unfit accused.
  • Bounsall was given an absolute discharge but the incident forced him to retire from politics.
  • Winko appealed the ruling, asking instead for absolute discharge.
  • He stood trial, and was given an absolute discharge.
  • However, courts can consider previous absolute discharges in the same way as they consider previous convictions.
  • An absolute discharge is purged after one year.
  • However, on 21 December 2009 he received an absolute discharge because he was deemed unfit to plead.
  • The Ontario Review Board granted Arenburg an absolute discharge from the Mental Health Centre Penetanguishene in November 2006.
  • Absolute discharge is a lesser sentence imposed by a court, in which no penalty is imposed at all.
  • James Holmes was tried for manslaughter following the Thirsk rail crash of 1892, but was given an absolute discharge.
  • The most likely options for Robinson, a first-time offender, are an absolute discharge, a conditional discharge or a suspended sentence.
  • So Schwintenberg contacted Department of Corrections officials and asked them to commute his sentence and give him an absolute discharge.
  • In 1983, the state of Arizona issued her an " absolute discharge, " meaning she was no longer a parolee.
  • He was granted an absolute discharge the following day and subsequently received no criminal record but was fined $ 50.00.
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