Most people who are convicted of crimes are imprisoned.
the executive branch (the president) can pardon people convicted of federal crimes.
For those convicted of misdemeanors - jail. For those convicted of felonies - prison.
The power to pardon individuals for federal crimes (whether charged, prosecuted, or convicted, or not) belongs to the President of the United States.
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Many individuals are convicted each day. Science has been able to help those who have been falsely convicted of crimes by examining DNA evidence that might link them to the crime.
The Nazi leaders were convicted at Nuremberg trials for war crimes.
The President can pardon the criminal.
The President has the power to pardon those who are convicted or even accused of federal crimes.
People on the First Fleet were convicted of a variety of crimes. Most of them were thieves, pick-pockets, forgers, petty criminals and ordinary people just struggling to survive and driven to steal food. There were no murderers or people convicted of violent crimes.
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Burglary , illegal possession of a firearm and larceny .
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Because they were arrested and/or convicted of committing crimes.
Dead people cannot be convicted of crimes.
This is done in criminal courts
Nelson Mandela was being tried for high treason in 1964, he was sentenced to life in prison. He was previously convicted of conspiracy to overthrow the state.
Nixon was never convicted of any crimes. He was pardoned by President Gerald Ford a month after he resigned "for any crimes he committed or may have committed between January 20, 1969 and August 9, 1974".
Yamashita General Hideki Tojo was a General in the Imperial Japanese Army. He also served as Prime Minister of Japan during a lot of World War II (October 18, 1941 - July 22, 1944). Tojo was sentenced to death for war crimes by the International Military Tribunal of the Far East after the end of World War II.Naval Marshal General Isoroku Yamamoto.He was the leader of the combined fleet but Yomashita is the main Japanese genaral.the general of the japanes military during ww2 was general YamamatoGEN Homma; GEN Yamashita; ADM Tanaka (one of their best fighting admirals).