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The criminal prosecution in the province of Hodeidah accuses 62 defendants, the first of them is Donald John Trump and the last one is Muadh Abdul Rahman Abbas, to participate in a criminal agreement, targeting the convoy of the President of the Supreme Political Council Saleh Ali al-Samad on 19 April 2018 in the city of Hodeidah, which led to his death and six of his companions.
Moreover, the judge explained there were many types of evidence that the government could use to establish that a couple was engaged in a criminal agreement without resorting to testimony from an unwilling spouse.
He accuses the district court of incorporating the value of a contract unrelated to the criminal agreement into his advisory sentencing guidelines calculation.
It added that currently there are 12 members of the opposition Sudanese Congress Party (SCP) in detention, saying that four of them are facing criminal charges punishable by death including complicity to execute a criminal agreement, undermining the constitutional system and calling for opposition of the public authority by violence or criminal force.
Defending McElvaney, of Ainthorpe Lane, Whitby, John Harrison said: "The criminal agreement was not to target the old and vulnerable but to overcharge for gardening work".
Though the latter still leaves the hit-man free to accept the contract or decline it, he is not merely exhorted to do some act: he is solicited for a criminal agreement to that effect.
The accused where charged with committing terrorist crimes, and implementing a collective criminal agreement aiming at disturbing public security, endangering people's lives, and sabotaging public and private property.
10, 16 (1994) (indicating that in a criminal conspiracy, the actus reus is the criminal agreement); Iannelli, 420 U.S.
Prosecutors accept that while Exley and Scott were part of the criminal agreement, neither pulled the trigger and the gunman remains at large.
Prosecutors accept that while Exley and Scott were part of the criminal agreement, neither of them pulled the trigger and the gunman remains at large.
Passing sentence, Judge Anthony Pitts said: "In essence it was a simple plan, but a criminal agreement of considerable seriousness, a plan to steal over pounds 15m from the bank and transfer it safely, via a chain of front companies which were laundering the money, to an account in Latvia and then to what was intended to be a safe haven bank account in Dubai."
Specifically, attribution of the group's intention to each individual provides the justification for vicarious conspiratorial liability, though only for acts within the scope of the criminal agreement and only for tightly knit conspiracies.