To work this sportive vein still further, Mr Brass, by his counsel, moved in arrest of judgment that he had been led to criminate
himself, by assurances of safety and promises of pardon, and claimed the leniency which the law extends to such confiding natures as are thus deluded.
The only substantive role for JAs was to "prosecute in the name of the United States, but when the prisoner has made his plea, he shall so far consider himself counsel for the prisoner as to object to any leading question to any of the witnesses, and to any question to the prisoner, the answer to which might tend to criminate
Each assumption should be supported by appropriate empirical data, logic and good common sense in order to criminate
such claims of bias.
He is editor of Studi sulla questione criminate
and editor-in-chief of Punishment and Society.
concern that the admitted statements were being used "to criminate
others than him who made it.
Public Redirect expenditure from ad- Reduce government Expenditure ministration, defense, indis- expenditure Priorities criminate
subsidies and white elephants to areas with the potential to improve income distribution, such as primary health care, education and infrastructure 3.
70) If the witness "say upon his oath that his answer would criminate
himself, the court can demand no other testimony of the fact.
This is a deeply flawed `solution' that does not even criminate
the problem," said George Boggs, president and chief executive officer of the American Association of Community Colleges.
Paper meter test forms require that the data be manually entered into some existing meter test or other measurement application before the data is meaningful to the volume processing group, Even if the company has an electronic Meter Test application, it may not interface with their existing gas measurement system, which could criminate
the manual entry of meter test data,