wrongful execution


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wrongful execution

an execution is wrongful where it is neither authorized nor justified by the WRIT OF EXECUTION or by the judgment under which it is issued.
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This was followed by a debate between Pacquiao and Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon, with the two lawmakers touching on the issue of the 'wrongful execution' of Jesus Christ, to which the former disagreed saying that Jesus Christ sacrificed himself for the people.
" Drilon then brought up Jesus Christ into the conversation, noting that he was a "victim of wrongful execution." To which Pacquiao answered, "Jesus sacrificed himself to save the lives of the people.
This was when Drilon cited Jesus Christ as "a victim of wrongful execution".
Further, in a country where judicial independence and capacity is hotly disputed, the risk of miscarriage of justice and wrongful execution of an innocent person will be unacceptably high.
Former Defense Minister Chen Chao-min and four other defendants will have to pay a total of NT$59.57 million (US$1.93 million) to the Ministry of National Defense in compensation for the wrongful execution of an innocent murder suspect, according to a ruling by the Supreme Court Friday.
'By obtaining the death warrants of a mentally ill prisoner, the prison officials have paved the way for another wrongful execution. This display of utter disregard towards the orders of the country's foremost authority on human rights by the jail authorities underscores the need for immediate reform to protect the most vulnerable prisoners on death row,' she added.
He said the wrongful execution of judgment against NDIC's assets for liabilities of banks in-liquidation and the slow recovery of debts owed to failed insured institutions were also among the major challenges of the corporation.
Wrongful execution penalty rate 10% of the net remuneration of products affected by erroneous delivery; Failure penalty rate 20%.
Like White, Valdez said she supports ending the death penalty in Texas, expressing concern about cases of wrongful execution.
It seems that we have two options: Keep the death penalty and the surrounding safeguards, resulting in more innocents being exonerated but still a risk of a wrongful execution, or abolish the death penalty in which many of the aforementioned safeguards vanish, resulting in more wrongful convictions and life sentences but no wrongful executions.
27 Chinese officials have been penalised for the wrongful execution of a teenager.
China punished 27 officials over the wrongful execution of a teen, state news agency Xinhua reported late Sunday.