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fall into error

To begin to misbehave. When I went off to college, I fell into error—that's why I've moved back home now.
See also: error, fall
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'We agree with the appellant's (Sundra Rajoo) submissions that the learned judge has fallen into error in prematurely going into the merit of the case,' said Justice Abdul Rahman who was presiding over the appeal with Justices Datuk Hasnah Mohammed Hashim and Datuk Wira Kamaludin Md Said.
"He appears to have fallen into error by paying himself first and forgetting to pay the correct account." Exedy's accounts department chased up James for the outstanding invoice and the fraud soon unravelled, as it was discovered that other firms had similar issues.
economy Vahram Avanesyan has fallen into error to be replaced by Karen Chshmarityan.
The judge said, 'In this case this diligent and conscientious coroner has fallen into error and should not have left the unlawful killing verdict to the jury.
It showed that the High Court judges had "misunderstood the evidence" in the case and fallen into error in their reasoning.
The judge said: "I'm persuaded I had fallen into error earlier in perhaps being too influenced by the abhorrent nature of the offence and having given insufficient credit to your plea of guilty and other matters.