absentia


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absentia

(æbˈsɛntɪə)
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absentia

[ˌæbˈsɛntɪə] (frm) he was condemned in absentiafu condannato in contumacia
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Rehman Malik had filed appeal plea against his conviction in SC in 2010 contending that he was convicted in absentia and his stance was not heard.
Under house arrest during his trial, he jumped bail and fled in January and was convicted in absentia of drugging, raping and videotaping three women in his Mussel Shoals home.
Five of his clients were ordered deported in absentia by the Immigration Court, and a number of others were significantly harmed.
The Trial Chamber decided in February to move to a trial in absentia after the four Hezbollah members indicted by the court -- Salim Ayyash, Mustafa Badreddine, Hussein Oneissi and Assad Sabra -- failed to appear.
Some 8,423 were fined for blocking traffic, including 6,829 who were issued tickets in absentia; 5,803 motorists and passengers were fined for failing to wear seat belts, including 4,366 who were issued a ticket in absentia; and 3,890 were fined for using a hand-held mobile phone while driving, including 3,110 who received the ticket in absentia.
CAIRO: Prosecution referred Wednesday a complaint against 12 activists, politicians and journalists to the military prosecution, the same day activist Asmaa Mahfouz received a one-year prison sentence in absentia.
Fines will be imposed for offences in absentia too, he said.
Luster, a great-grandson of cosmetics legend Max Factor, was convicted in absentia in January of drugging and raping three women in his Ventura County home.
Summary: The Special Tribunal for Lebanon's Trial Chamber has rejected motions by the defense counsel to suspend or reconsider in absentia proceedings, according to a statement released by the court.
Some 8,256 tickets were issued for blocking traffic, out of which 6,813 were given in absentia, and a further 7,765 for prohibited parking including 7,243 in absentia.
An Egyptian court sentenced Ajwa Chairman Mohamed Bin Issa Jaber Al Jaber on Thursday after the Saudi national was tried in absentia for forging documents and other crimes.
Convicted in absentia, Luster is now in state prison beginning his 124-year term.