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However, Mr Wilkins questioned why the prosecution had taken so long to lay charges against Morgan - with only six days remaining before the six-month time limit to do so was reached - and why no compensation details had been settled with the petrol station.
Australian police said on Wednesday they were considering whether to lay charges against the Vatican's Australian-born treasurer, Cardinal George Pell, after investigators handed over their recommendations.
has decided not to lay charges against a white police officer in the fatal shooting of unarmed black teen Michael Brown last August, as the entire St.
He said he will lay charges against British Airways because it refused to reimburse his first-class tickets as well as didn't reroute the travelers from Grenada to Granada.
Authorities will not seek to lay charges against those involved in the kidnappings, according to Colonel Carlito Galvez, a local military commander who helped to negotiate the end of the dispute.
His answer is that he'd be happy to talk to them in London, but that if he goes to Sweden the United States will lay charges against him (it hasn't done so yet) and demand his extradition.
He says he'd be happy to talk to them in London, but that if he goes to Sweden, the US will lay charges against him - it hasn't done so yet - and demand his extradition.
The department would not lay charges against offenders but would amend the policy dictating remunerated work outside the public service.
Robin Alexander said he believes the prosecutor will lay charges against the Rainbow Tobacco Company and possibly the band council politicians involved with the shipment.
She said she hoped countries would pressure the US government to lay charges against Facebook for "criminal negligence" in hosting child porn groups and enabling the swapping of child porn.
The MPs added: "We, along with many of our constituents, were amazed, shocked and indeed worried to learn that the police have been unable to present sufficient evidence to the Crown Prosecution Service on which it could lay charges against any of the 12 men arrested.
10 MNR enforcement supervisor Dave Harnish arrived at the band's office to lay charges against the chief and three band members.