Welsh Lib Dem AM Eluned Parrott added: "While universities generally offer good support and counselling to their students who go through traumatic experiences like these, their policies for extenuating circumstances
don't always match that level of support.
She said: "Given the seriousness with which we take this issue, we would be extremely concerned that any student might think that sexual assault would not be grounds for extenuating circumstances
She stressed that the burden of documenting extenuating circumstances
and hardships would remain with mortgage applicants where it always has been.
The judge added: "It is therefore among the most exceptional and extenuating circumstances
A WELL-KNOWN businessman and former commando has been fined after pleading guilty to charges of illegal possession of firearms, but has been spared a prison sentence due to extenuating circumstances
While outsiders may have envied Sontag's life of relative privilege, they did not know that her father micromanaged every aspect of her existence by laying down a rigid set of comprehensive rules to which she was expected to adhere, no matter what extenuating circumstances
I guess the board may be granting lots of nurses an extension for extenuating circumstances
For example, your policy might state that you will consider your employee to have voluntarily resigned after three consecutive "no call, no shows," unless there are extenuating circumstances
Washington established three new theft-related crimes--theft with intent to resell, organized retail theft, and retail theft with extenuating circumstances
, such as use of theft devices or leaving through an emergency exit.
Presiding Judge Takeshi Kaneko described the crime itself ''selfish'' and ''leaving no room for extenuating circumstances
Of course there are sometimes extenuating circumstances
as when Villa boss Martin O'Neill took an extended break from the game after leaving Celtic to care for his sick wife.
District officials take into account a student's record, whether it's a first or second offense, and other extenuating circumstances
before meting out punishment.