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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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06 (ANI): The Jammu and Kashmir Government has approved withdrawal of cases against the first offenders of stone pelting.
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The first offenders after found guilty in minor offences are being handed over to probation officers on direction of courts for education and rehabilitation purposes and most of our officers are overcrowded in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, he added.
Can someone please tell me, though, how many first offenders will it stop and when all the youth clubs and sports clubs have closed down, what will be the cost to the taxpayer for increased child obesity and a socially-dysfunctional youth?
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The initiative allows first offenders to have their charges dropped if they pay a $1,000 fine and participate in a six-hour course taught by sex trafficking experts, neighborhood activists, and doctors who discuss the downsides of prostitution.
While the application of ignition interlocks for first offenders with low BAC levels worries many in the beverage alcohol industry, the Distilled Spirits Council of the U.
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The bill will also double the length of the statutory suspension, making it 12 months instead of six where a first-time offender has refused to take a blood, breath, or urine test for chemicals, and six instead of three for first offenders who have taken the test and failed.
I have just read in Nouvel Observateur of French success with electronic ankle bracelet monitoring devices for first offenders, (except sex offenders).