first offender


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first offender

n.
One convicted of a legal offense for the first time.

first offender

n
(Law) a person convicted of any criminal offence for the first time

first′ offend′er


n.
a person convicted of an offense for the first time.
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Noun1.first offender - someone convicted for the first time
convict - a person who has been convicted of a criminal offense
Translations

first offender

n (Law) → incensurato/a
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A sheriff at Stirling sheriff court said Luke Clark's actions on April 21, 2014 were so serious it was his duty to impose a jail term, even though he was a first offender with no previous convictions.
The first offender, who stayed near to the front door during the incident, is described as around 5ft 6in tall, in his late teens or early 20s and of a slim build.
The first offender is described as being aged 50, about 6ft, of medium build with short, dark hair.
The first offender was about 30, 6ft to 6ft 2in tall of slim build and with short dark hair.
You know what Tucker, you're not a first offender with me.
AP) -- The president of Mesalands Community College in Tucumcari, Phillip Barry, has been sentenced to New Mexico's first offender program after being convicted of driving under the influence.
The first offender was black, between 5'8" and 5'10" tall, around 18 to 20 years old and of slim build.
The first offender was aged 17-18 with short hair and olive skin.
He is a first offender and pled guilty at the first opportunity.
Thus, even in those cases that did not result in a plea-bargain agreement, a typical sentence for a first offender would be 12 months' probation, a fine, and perhaps some public service.
The TrackerPAL is the first offender monitoring and tracking solution to combine so many sophisticated technologies into one package.