crim.

crim.

abbreviation for
criminal
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In the course of the defence, the witty Erskine went on to illustrate his position, by alluding to a recent crim. con.
Winifred was born on June 29, 1962, in Harrisburg, to the late Kenneth Mays and Clara Crim. He was a free spirit and a member of Harvest Deliverance Center.
In industrial applications, phase protection relay cannot be connected directly to CRIM. An additional contactor system with mechanical and electrical interlocks must be used.
Hakimzadeh [2009] EWCA Crim. 959, noted by Kate Warner in 2010 XV Art Antiquity and Law 95.
(31.) Kathleen Ridolfi & Seth Gordon, Gubernatorial Clemency Powers: Justice or Mercy?, 24 Crim. Just.
After the public hearings were complete, the school board made a unanimous decision in support of Crim. (45)
"The very fact that there is such shadow casted on the Prime Minister of EU member state over the above listed suspicions, known publically and internationally, is scandalous and hurts the public image of the entire European Union," Bivol.bg journalists wrote in their letter to CRIM.
McDERMOTT, RES JUDICATA AND DOUBLE JEOPARDY 201-04 (1999); see also Gerard Conway, Ne Bis in Idem in International Law, 3 INT'L CRIM. L.
This issue opens with two fascinating articles from Alison McKee and Brian Crim. McKee looks at how films from the 1940s, particularly That Hamilton Woman, challenged assumptions about the way history, as a function of masculine order, actually operates.
Mosteller, Robert P., The Effect of Victim-Impact Evidence on the Defense, CRIM. JUST., Spring 1993, at 24.