California's sexual-predator law received a boost in February when a trial judge rejected the first challenge to the legislation, ruling the law properly allowed the state to civilly
commit a serial rapist once his prison term was over.
English diplomacy played a remarkable role both in permitting the Swiss to solve their conflict alone and in encouraging them to do it so civilly
There is only one way, Havel adds, "to strive for decency, reason, responsibility, sincerity, civility, and tolerance, and that is decently, reasonably, responsibly, sincerely, civilly
, and tolerantly.
banks a complete and permanent separation in law so that these banks can be relieved of any remaining BCCI taint and operate free and clear of this controversy; and to ensure that all wrongdoers are prosecuted civilly
and criminally to the extent provided by law.
The new definition makes it clear that senior corporate management, and not line operation and maintenance personnel, are to be held civilly
and criminally liable for violations.
Unfortunately, most high school age kids believe they are invincible and don't understand the devastating consequences bad driving can lead to and how their parents can be held responsible - civilly
and criminally - for their actions.
Service restoration of conditions of road safety compromised as a result of the occurrence of traffic accidents on the roads of the Province of Pesaro and Urbino in subrogation of the civilly
responsible dell~eventuo harmful.
Although the SEC has decided to sue Bekkedam and Ballamor civilly
regarding the Rothstein investment, Bekkedam is in the process of responding to and clarifying these allegations as well.
Amid controversy over the placement of dangerous sex offenders who have completed their prison sentences, the presiding member of a board that oversees a little-known agency that manages civilly
committed violent sex offenders resigned on Tuesday.
31, of San Miguel basketball team, and Aquino were civilly
married in 2005 and separated in 2010.
Encouraging in that at least one woman, a pastor and a cardinal are talking civilly
about her place in the diaconate.
The lawsuits, seeking over e1/42 million in damages from the Republic, also name President Demetris Christofias, government ministers and state officials as civilly
On the city council boss who swore at a rival on email The head of Children's Services who will chastise others over their performance or attitude, who can't control his own temper and obviously can't discuss things civilly
when challenged is a disgrace and should resign.
These men must be held accountable civilly
and morally for their inaction.
Currently, a person with mental illness would only be barred from purchasing or possessing a gun if they had previously been found guilty except for insanity of a crime, been civilly
committed to the Oregon Health Authority, or been found mentally ill by a judge and prohibited by court order from purchasing or possessing a firearm.