admission of the facts

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In his calculated delusion he conveniently separates his admission of the facts of both cases against him, something that he has done repeatedly, from the wrongdoing that they entail.
It is well settled that an Alford plea binds as strongly as an admission of the facts constituting the crime and is the equivalent of a conviction;' says SIF.
He reportedly made a full and frank admission of the facts of death.
The panel noted: "Although the behaviour had the potential for causing patient harm, the registrant made an early and complete admission of the facts.
While I detect an admission of the facts, I find no hint of concern for my dilemma and the views expressed demonstrate my point - that some dog owners find it difficult to accept or make allowance for the fact that not every member of the community feels the same way about dogs as they do.