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If you were a judge how do you set free an innocent man convicted for a crime?
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Asked in State Laws
Can someone get convicted of a theft they did not commit without proof?
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If convicted a crime can you receive a passport?
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What is mean by Exonora?
You may be referring to "exonerate"-- this word is used when somebody has been accused (or even convicted) of a crime, but then it turns out there is evidence to prove the person did not do it. When the person is set free and declared totally innocent, we say that person has been "exonerated." It refers to having one's name cleared after being wrongly accused.
Asked in Criminal Law
Is ti better to free 50 guilty defendants than convict one innocent defendant yes or no?
Is there a statute of limitation for a DUI charge in Canada?
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Can you be a probation officer if you are a convicted felon?
Asked in Colonial America
Who were most likely to be convicted of being a witch?
Should you be drug test on supervised probation if not on drug charge in Kentucky?
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Does the president elect have immunity from prosecution?
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What is tom Robinson's attitude after he has been convicted?
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A judge said to a convicted prisoner make a statement if its true you will be shot if its false you will be hanged the prisoner was set free so was it true or false?
Can convicted felons fly without problems from airport security?
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What is the punishment for the crime of being free?
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Which do you think is worsean innocent person being punished or a guilty person going free Explain your answer?
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Was an accused person guilty until proven innocent in the Roman Empire?
No, an accused person was not considered guilty until the outcome of his trial or hearing. Then he was either guilty or innocent. The only time he could be guilty without a trial was when he was caught redhanded doing a misdeed and there were witnesses to it. This was generally in the nature of petty crime, or street crime. Even in the case of major crimes, such as treason, which would be tried before the senate, a person was free and told when to report to the senate for trial. A person assumed guilty would not be awarded this freedom.
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Land of bandage land of the free by raul manglapus?
When do you go to jail when you violate probation?
If the VOP is serious enough, immediately. If not grossly serious, then your PO will advise the judge, and the judge may take whatever action he thinks is appropriate to your particular case. REMEMBER: When you are serving a sentence of probation you have been found GUILTY of a crime and even though you are not behind bars, you are NOT free. State Law for consequences what is mandatory sentence and the law that defines crime and it maximum punishment imposed under tx law
Asked in Abstract Nouns
What is the abstract noun for the adjective innocent?
Why did South Park Mexican Carlos Coy go to prison?