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relinquish

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to suffer the loss of

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something that is lost or surrendered as a penalty

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a penalty for a fault or mistake that involves losing or giving up something

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the act of losing or surrendering something as a penalty for a mistake or fault or failure to perform etc

lose (s.th.) or lose the right to (s.th.) by some error, offense, or crime

surrendered as a penalty

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81) The One Plymouth Sedan Court relied on Boyd's determination that civil forfeitures were sufficiently criminal in nature to warrant the full force of the exclusionary rule: "[A]s Mr.
99) Most civil forfeitures occur after there has been an opportunity for a full judicial proceeding.
The Fines and Forfeitures Act provides for relief in terms that are similar to the other federal and provincial legislation canvassed above.
Many Court watchers were disappointed that the Supreme Court didn't use the opportunity presented by this case to do something to rein in the aggressive forfeiture practices of many prosecutors and law enforcement agencies.
have reintroduced a law that might actually make a difference: the Fifth Amendment Integrity Restoration Act, which would impose much tougher limits on federal forfeiture policies.
The Washington Post reported last September that the value of properties taken in civil asset forfeitures by the federal Department of Justice during a five-year period nearly doubled in an inflation-adjusted dollar count, from $508 million in 2008 to $1.
More rare are administrative forfeitures, which allow a federal agency to take property without judicial involvement.
Not surprisingly, asset forfeiture reforms aimed at implementing that principle face stiff resistance from police and prosecutors.
17, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The Americans for the Preservation of Bail Forfeiture Review Committee has investigated case number 07CR2994, State of Colorado Versus Hidai Friedman.
The effective date for both types of forfeitures is fourteen days after a sentence is adjudged.
example, to seek criminal forfeiture of seized property in a standard
Measure 53 would allow forfeitures without a conviction in cases of flight.
409A as to a participant, then all amounts deferred by that participant are included in income in the year deferred, or, if later, when no longer subject to a substantial risk of forfeiture.
Estimation of forfeitures: Unlike Statement 123, which permitted companies to reflect forfeitures as they occurred, Statement 123(R) requires companies to estimate forfeitures in determining the amount of compensation cost to recognize each period.
Vehicle owners and holders of liens on the vehicles can contest the forfeitures in court.