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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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.
This leaves the poor most vulnerable to wrongful execution.
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.
AT a time when Communist stalwarts such as Prakash Karat and Sitaram Yechury are busy chalking out strategies ahead of the 21st party Congress, CPI( M) activists in West Bengal feel the state had suffered a Left debacle owing to wrongful execution of the political line.
But a wrongful execution of an innocent person can never be rectified.
Nearly 350 years after his wrongful execution, a French Jew who had been convicted of a blood libel was exonerated and declared a martyr.
Theory of Wrongful execution: Activists say wrongful execution can take place.
This denial has led to the probable wrongful execution of Cameron Todd Willingham in Texas.