repeat offender

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John, whose son Damian was murdered by a repeat offender in 2007, said: "It's a source of great frustration to us when we see what we have called for happening in England but not here.
Thus, they will satisfy the repeat offender (exceeding the luxury tax in 4 of the past 5 years) clause by the conclusion of the 2013-14 season, assuming Miami exceeds the tax in each of the next 3 seasons.
It is nonsense to think a repeat offender is going to be put off by an pounds 80 fine.
com, "Police said that Carpenter was being monitored by the regional Repeat Offender Program that secretly watches career criminals who average at least five felony property crime convictions.
Garland appears to have exhibited the characteristics of a typical repeat offender.
Defining a repeat offender as anyone arrested or convicted of a DWI offense within 10 years of a prior arrest or conviction for driving while intoxicated.
This Hippensteil guy from Austin, TX has got a suspect name (no offense) but he's showing promise as rad repeat offender.
The campaign kit, which is available to Michigan businesses at no charge, includes an instructional video and a CD-ROM that outline the state's tough, new repeat offender laws for motorists.
Third, legislative preemption of judicial sentencing, especially mandatory minimum sentences for drug offenses, and repeat offender statutes.
In the 11 months since Polly Klaas was abducted from her home, eight states added repeat offender laws and over 20 more are now considering such bills in their legislatures.
It is nonsense to think that a repeat offender will be put off with just an 80 [pounds sterling] fine.
A Northumbria Police spokesman said Dixon was believed to have been the first repeat offender whose Asbo conditions prevented him from travelling on trains.