felonious


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involving or being or having the nature of a crime

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Chief of party of Acdi/Voca-Usda, Felonious Trimmel, said Minpact would boost productivity and income of small cocoa, coconut, and coffee farmers in Southern and Western Mindanao.
Television shows such as Leverage, Hustle, and White Collar depict characters whose felonious styles share a common thread: creativity.
Three people were arrested during the protests for "aggravated riot, felonious assault, obstructing justice," the Cleveland police's twitter reported Saturday.
This cowardly felonious explosion would boost the Saudi people's unity and solidarity with their leadership in serving Islamic and Arab issues and facing conspiracies against Islam and Saudi Arabia," said the statement.
Firearms-related fatalities spiked 56 percent while ambush attacks remained the leading cause of felonious deaths
Mr Loughrey argued that there had been no felonious intent.
Twenty-one year-old Kendall Flucas pleaded guilty to aggravated robbery, felonious assault and conspiracy to commit murder in the September beating of the delivery man in a bathroom at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College.
Police say the three men are facing charges of aggravated burglary, aggravated robbery, kidnapping, and felonious assault.
com/article/2013/06/08/us-usa-missing-ohio-idUSBRE95619F20130608) Reuters that the indictment charges Castro with 139 counts of rape, 177 counts of kidnapping, seven counts of gross sexual imposition, three counts of felonious assault and one count of possession of criminal tools.
A reader asked where all those Rands--former North Little Rock residents Tony and his five felonious sons--are serving their prison time for various oil and gas scams that totaled some $110 million.
According to Madden, Lohan has been the subject of press articles that "characterise him as a drug-abusing, felonious stock trader as opposed to the decent, honorable guy I know" - "hopefully his memoir will prove redemptive".
These felonious bands need to be rounded up before it is too late" Replying to another question, he said that in the wake of 18th constitutional amendment the maintenance of city's law & order was a provincial matter.
The former Barrington doctor, convicted in 2000 on five counts of felonious sexual assault against a 15-year-old patient, addresses a House committee on a bill he helped write--one that would protect defendants from serving multiple back-to-back sentences if their crimes stemmed from one incident.
The 56 felonious deaths occurred in 22 states and in Puerto Rico.
Davis, 29, was sentenced in Hamilton County Common Pleas on 14 counts of felonious assault.