Did the wife of Thomas Hampson serve her prison term?
Yes, she did
How long would you serve of an 8 yr 6 month term in state prison with good behavior in state prison?
This depends on state to state. While many states allow you to serve a third of your prison term prior to release, others have a mandatory minimum of 85%, including Florida and the federal system.
Governors of Illinois are elected to a term of four years in political office, but typically serve prison terms 5-10 years in state prison after they are convicted.
Yes. Though divorced from his first wife in 1976 (they were both young when they married, but had a daughter named Meaghan), Walter Thomas Hampson remarried to Frau Gräfing Andrea Herberstein (born 1953?) after their living together for a couple of decades. Frau Gräfing Herberstein has three children from an earlier marriage. In November of 2008, Frau Gräfing Herberstein was convicted of fraud, tax evasion, and misuse of government subsidies; she was sentenced to a… Read More
Your use of the word "prison" implies that they were convicted of a felony offense. Convicted felons are prohibited from holding elective office.
Thomas Jefferson beat him in the election. Adams was disappointed but not surprised.
What would you have to do to receive only jail time instead of prison time for a revocation of probation charge?
Not much you can do. If you were originally sentenced to a term in prison, then a VOP of that sentence would only mean that you would be remanded to serve your your original sentence. This is true especially if the remaining term of incarceration is for more than one year.
The first US president to only serve one term would be John Adams. He was the second president of the country, and he was the first Vice President of the country under Washington. He was defeated for reelection by Thomas Jefferson, so he only served one term as President.
If you conduct a criminal act.. such as a felony, there will be deportation orders for you once you serve your prison term. Note: District judges and Fed judges have differences, where the Dist Judges would rather deport the person to a prison in their own homeland, while the Fed. Judges prefer the person to serve their time first. Unfortunately, some countries will not accept prisoners to serve time for acts not committed in their… Read More
Thomas Jefferson served 12 years or 3 terms. 1 term as Vice President, and 2 terms as US President.
Your parole will be revoked and you will be sent back to prison to not only serve the unexpired term of your original sentence, but also to be tried and sentenced for the new crime.
James Hoffa - and it has never been proven that he was kidnapped. He simply disappeared and has never been seen again.
John Mitchell was Attorney General under Richard Nixon. He holds the distinction of being only American Attorney General to serve a prison term.
Who was a very aggressive and powerful leader of the Teamsters union who was sentenced to serve a prison term and later kipnapped and has never been found?
Jimmy Hoffa disappeared in 1975 and is presumed dead.
If an inmate has an indeterminate sentence followed by a consecutive determinate sentence and the two are aggregated is he serving an indeterminate or a determinate sentence?
He will definitely serve the term of the determinate sentence first. If, after serving the term of the determinate sentence, if the court feels that additional jail/prison time is called for, he will then serve the indeterminate sentence. The important phraseology here is the fact that the sentences are CONSECUTIVE and not CONCURRENT.
Both Senators and Representatives from the state of Georgia serve term lengths of two (2) years. There are no limits on the number of terms an individual may serve. Thomas Murphy served as a state representative for Georgia for over 25 years.
ZERO to five year means an indeterminate sentence where one can serve no prison term to five years, depending on several factors including severity of offense, frequency, victim impact, and institutional behavior.
Which term refers to a sentence where the offender serves a term of imprisonment followed by a term of probation?
Incarceration covers the prison term and community corrections or probation covers the other term. The usual wording is something like: " The defendant is remanded to the custody of the state department of corrections for a period of incarceration not to exceed 5 years and upon release is to serve 2 years of probation."
What terms refers to a sentence where the offender serves a term of imprisonment followed by a term of probation?
There may be a number of terms to describe it; however, it sounds like you're referring to "Shock Probation". In Shock Probation, a defendant is sentenced to do a short period of time in jail/prison. This prison-time is intended to "scare" (or shock) the defendant out of committing crimes in the future. Then, after a specified amount of time in jail/prison, the defendant will serve the remainder of their sentence on probation. Shock Probation is… Read More
What man was a very aggressive and powerful leader of the Teamsters union who was sentenced to serve a prison term and later kidnapped and has never been found?
The man was former Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa who disappeared in 1975.
The Senate serves a six year term. Representatives serve a two year term.
House members serve a two-year term. There is no term limit, so they can continue to serve as long as they are reelected.
What term is used for a person serving a 20 year term in an English prison and who was sent to the colonies to work?
The term for a prisoner in an English prison who was sent to the colonies is: "Convict Servant".
A senator has a six year term limit. However, there are no set amount of terms a senator can serve. Thus, they can serve as many terms as they are elected to. A senator has a six year term limit. However, there are no set amount of terms a senator can serve. Thus, they can serve as many terms as they are elected to. A senator has a six year term limit. However, there are… Read More
If a bench warrant is issued for someone who was in prison does that mean when they get out on probation they will be arrested and have to serve the rest of their term?
it depends on the offense, but if the person was in prison when the warrant was issued most likely all they have to do is appear before the judge and they might get time served and not have to sit in jail at all but just in case you may want to talk to your court administrator
yes, they can serve a 6-year term -earl lane
they serve a term of six years i do not think there is a limit to how many terms they can serve but i know the term is served for six years
Senators serve paul
A jail is usually for short-term stays whereas a prison is for long-term stays for people sentenced to a crime.
Appx. 5 years. Jefferson served as Washington's Secretary of State through his entire first term as President and for a little over a year into Washington's second term when disagreements lead to Jefferson's resignation.
True false when using shock probation the judge sentences an offender to a prison term and then suspends the sentence before the offender actually starts to serve the sentence in a jail or prison?
I have never heard of the term "shock" probation. But other than that, you have accurately described all probation sentences, except for the fact that nothing is "suspended." You are simply out in the general population (at the pleasure of the court) and as long as you obey a few simple rules you will be okay. HOWEVER - never forget that behind that probation lies the sentence itself, for which you could be remanded to… Read More
Can a president serve one term in office then lose the next election and run again and serve 8 years or does his first term count?
The first term counts.
thomas jefferson's term ended 1809
Not enough information is disclosed about the incident. The fact that it is FELONIOUS assault indicates theat the prison term will be at LEAST one year in state prison. Other than that there are too many unknown variables (e.g.: what weapon was used - how badly was the person injured - what kind of record does the perpetrator have - etc - etc).
A 'stretch' is one slang term used.
I think you are looking for the term - recidivist.
A United State senator can serve a 6-year term -Earl Lane
U.S. Senators are elected to serve a six-year term in the U.S. Senate with no limit on the number of terms they can serve.
As there is no national law regarding the sentence of those receiving a DUI, the maximum prison term you may receive will vary from region to region.
The US president has a term of 4 years and can serve 2 terms. The president of Mali has a term of 5 years and can serve 2 terms.
they can serve one term per election
They serve one term per election.
Thomas Jefferson was the president during Thomas Jefferson's second term as president.
Four years. This is called a "term." No president can serve more than 2 consecutive terms, but can be elected again following a term that they did not serve as president.
The "TERM" of your sentence.
senators serve a 6-year term
They do not serve a life long term.
they serve a term of 10 years
They do not have a term. They serve until they are no longer wanted.
No. If you commit a crime while on parole, you will have violated the provisions of your parole and it is almost certain that you will be returned to prison to serve out the term of your original sentence. Additionally, if convicted of the new offense, you will probably have that sentence added to whatever original term you were serving for the first offense.
A presidential term is 4 years. A President can serve 2 terms. So a president can serve for a maximum of 8 years.