conditional discharge

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conditional discharge

n (Jur) → Entlassung fauf Bewährung
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A CONVICTED killer who decapitated his victim with an axe has been given an absolute discharge for making threats to kill two more people - as he is in a psychiatric unit and unlikely ever to be released.
Magistrates described his actions as "reckless and irresponsible" but stopped short of imposing a potentially career-threatening conviction, instead giving him an absolute discharge, meaning no conviction would be registered.
But during a five-minute hearing at Falkirk Sheriff Court yesterday, she was given an absolute discharge.
Magistrates gave the 28-year-old an absolute discharge.
It seems to me the appropriate punishment for taking food which is of no value is an absolute discharge.
Wisely, Sunderland District Judge Roger Elsey let them off with an absolute discharge.
Bound over in the sum of PS50 for six months and also given an absolute discharge.
However, the antiques dealer, who lives at The Drive, Gosforth, was handed an absolute discharge during a hearing at Newcastle magistrates' court for the signs left at Barras Bridge and on the Great North Road.
The two young sailors, now 20, who have represented Great Britain, pleaded guilty, before their trial started, to driving at night without navigation lights and were given an absolute discharge by Judge Neil Bidder QC, following the unanimous not guilty verdicts from jurors.
Mr Sabino asked in the circumstances if the court would pass an absolute discharge.
The GOC registration form states: 'Please provide full details of any convictions or cautions (or any Agreed Offer, Penalty Payment Agreement, or Absolute Discharge Order in Scotland) or any investigations in relation to a criminal offence.
The court gave Jackie Vautour an absolute discharge, given the exceptional circumstances of the case.