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specific charge

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(General Physics) physics the charge-to-mass ratio of an elementary particle
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The secretaries are put under general secretaries who in turn are given specific charge of states or party organs.
Her specific charge that there is a concerted effort by government or corporations to set immigration policy simply falls apart.
are detained with no specific charge or conviction on the basis of what they
A specific charge of stalking was meant to bring a higher conviction rate than the previous catch-all charge of breach of the peace.
But on the third day of the hearing barrister Gillian Batts, for Harris, asked for one of the allegations to be put again to her client and yesterday morning Harris pleaded guilty to a specific charge of indecent assault.
Witt said: "At the moment each hotel has a green team, which are groups of employees that have a very specific charge to really get their hotel's environmental goals and objectives implemented.
AN ACCUSED gambler defending himself yesterday failed to pick up on a Nicosia judge's effort to help him when she told him people who pleaded guilty to the specific charge faced a more lenient sentence than those who did not.
Nash also pleaded not guilty to a specific charge of robbery at Jeremy France Jewellers on November 8 2005 and using an imitation firearm in the raid.
The current obstruction of justice charges against Arthur Andersen have been brought under a "witness tampering" statute of the federal criminal code because no specific charge of document shredding exists that can be brought against the firm.
This was only alluded to in the course of the trial and was never the subject of a specific charge (as bundling TE with Windows was), but I think that's only because Microsoft stopped doing it just in time, a few years before the charges were actually filed.
Because the funds received from the West Virginia tax are dedicated exclusively to the State's highways, the exaction is a specific charge for the use of state-owned or state-provided facilities (i.
Whether you are charged with a misdemeanor or a felony, you need a Virginia Criminal Lawyer who is familiar with your specific charge and has a thorough understanding of the criminal system in Virginia.
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