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On July 29, 2011 the Government Committee for Economy and Finance adopted the Draft Law on Property Restitution and Compensation and sent it to a public hearing.
Vytas Apanavicius, a former bookkeeper at Taupa Lithuanian Credit Union, was sentenced to 21 months in prison and three years supervised release, and ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $962,689 for conspiring to commit theft or embezzlement.
Bracero pleaded guilty, was sentenced to one year probation, and was ordered to pay full restitution, court costs, and fees.
The delays in processing claims are worrying, but the Commission on Restitution of Land Rights has plans to settle all backlogs and outstanding claims.
Federal and state courts regularly require criminal offenders to make restitution to their victims by returning stolen property or making compensatory payments.
Keegan was ordered not to work as a personal care attendant and to pay restitution in an amount to be determined at a Sept.
Victims of child pornography are now successfully seeking restitution from defendants convicted of watching and trading their images.
8m in restitution to customers who bought the ETFs.
In this Article, we argue that a successful program for land restitution and return for victims of forced displacement that obeys the Pinheiro Principles must take a comprehensive approach, or one that provides support programs for returning victims through centralized administration.
director Russ Brink is to pay more than $90,000 in restitution to his former employer over the next five years under an agreement approved by a Lane County Circuit Court judge.
Yes, when it comes to poaching big critters, the landscape is changing and restitution is the reason.
Boonin's answer is that we can replace the practice of punishment with the practice of compelling criminals to provide non-punitive restitution to their victims.