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dignity of citizens against double punishment and self-discrimination was also protected in the constitution and no person should be prosecuted or punished for the same offence more than once, he maintained.
The court had been told their trial amounts to double punishment.
Filing of multiple references against an accused for the same alleged offence exposes him to double punishment, which is repugnant to the accused person's Fundamental Right under Article 13 of the Constitution,' it read.
It seems a double punishment for clean athletes who have competed against and overcome drugs cheats to now lose their world records," wrote the authors.
Qarabag boss Gurban Gurbanov's main frustration was at a double punishment.
Kakakhel said dignity of citizens against double punishment and self-discrimination was also protected in the Constitution and no person should be prosecuted or punished for the same offense more than once and shall be subjected to torture for the purpose of extracting evidence.
This ruling was challenged by the American Olympic committee USOC before the CAS, speaking of double punishment for one offence, in order to have its 400 metres world and Olympic champion LaShawn Merritt compete at the London 2012 Games despite serving a 21-month ban.
Robert Madley awarded a penalty and showed the Argentine red - a double punishment even Allardyce admitted was "harsh".
By the letter of the law, maybe, but the double punishment felt harsh.
The double punishment is something unbelievable," Mourinho said.