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Single The judge said: "It came as a surprise to me, as it will to many members of the party, that to do something as foolish and as criminally dangerous as you did will only incur a financial penalty.
In the psychiatric evaluation, a psychiatrist commissioned by the prosecutors assessed whether the teen could be held criminally responsible by conducting psychological tests and interviews.
In (our) view, however, such protective instincts are undermined, not advanced, by holding women criminally liable based on conditions, actions or inactions that they experience during pregnancy.
Judge Glen Baisinger ruled that Cesar Olson, 30, was not criminally reckless when he ran into the rear of a southbound motorcycle driven by Eric Cunningham, 34, of Salem, according to defense lawyer Dan Koenig of Eugene.
Criminally oriented communication (COC): verbalized, written, or electronically transmitted message, usually anonymous, not necessarily threatening a specific action or event but relating to an existing or potential crime.
5 percent of licenses (113 licensees) and about a half of a percent (27 FFLs) were arrested and criminally prosecuted.
Clearly the school incident was not emergent, and so the agents involved were clearly acting criminally.
But the whole concoction goes down smoothly, thanks to Letterle's charm and the talented supporting cast, including Meredith Baxter, looking like a poster girl for aging gracefully and sexily; Joel Brooks and Richard Riehle as the audacious Hat Sisters; and the almost criminally adorable Dean Shelton as Punch, one of Ethan's would-be boyfriends.
What Murray didn't know, despite his years of admiration for the contributions of Minor, was that he was an inmate in an asylum for the criminally insane.
Just when you think there is a cadre we can count on, the next time around a bunch of those blokes goes along with the President and his criminally irresponsible cabal, and always with some sort of mealy-mouth excuse as to why.
The prosecution say that two men, Connolly and Kennett, were criminally negligent, so as to cause or contribute to the disaster.
9 HEAD ON (FATIH AKIN) A David and Lisa for the criminally insane moviegoer.