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144) Such a shift may be all the more appropriate if all guilty pleas are, in a way, like nolo contendere and Alford pleas.
410(a)(2) (excluding evidence of a nolo contendere plea against a
E questa un'importante eredita marxiana, secondo l'indicazione della famosa lettera ad Arnold Ruge del 1843: non si tratta di mostrare la verita di una posizione, bensi la ragione del contendere, cioe di produrre una consapevolezza sociale della polemica.
320(2) allows the Board to consider a guilty plea, plea of nolo contendere or a guilty finding the same as a conviction.
Society must not consciously promote guilty and nolo contendere pleas by innocent defendants.
A lawyer who represents two or more clients shall not participate in making an aggregate settlement of the claims of or against the clients, or in a criminal case an aggregated agreement as to guilty or nolo contendere pleas, unless each client gives informed consent, in a writing signed by the client.
14) Although the Senate report refers to fines for conviction of a crime, the regulations expand the scope of the section to include guilty and nolo contendere pleas.
72) The petitioner, Fernando Lora, plead nolo contendere in 1991 to unlawful delivery of cocaine.
He was tried, found guilty because he pled "nolo contendere," and sentenced to a year and a day in a federal penitentiary.
En la concesiva, munera y contendere, son terminos propios del lenguaje amatorio.
The attorney for the government and the attorney for the defendant or the defendant when acting pro se may engage in discussions with a view toward reaching an agreement that, upon the entering of a plea of guilty or nolo contendere to a charged offense or to a lesser or related offense, the attorney for the government will do any of the following
To some of the extenuating circumstances that he cites (such as weather as a complicating factor in the case of the 78-day Operation Allied Force), I would readily plead nolo contendere.
20) adnotabant seniores quibus otiosum est vetera et praesentia contendere, primum ex iis, qui rerum potiti essent, Neronem alienae facundiae eguisse.
19, 1980) (accepting nolo contendere plea and ordering a $250,000 fine in a criminal RPM case).