I am paid by the People to prosecute
, and prosecute
The CBI, however, stuck to its position that there were enough grounds to prosecute
The police cannot prosecute
speeding without camera evidence.
To make the perfect case, after the United States passes a law so that it could not prosecute
its president, other high officials, or anyone else for war crimes (a law like the Military Commissions Act of 2006, passed recently by our Congress, would work nicely), the ICC needs a U.
If you thought it was dangerous, would you prosecute
it as dangerous driving?
Just as multiple factors are considered when deciding to prosecute
, so are multiple factors considered in deciding which statute to prosecute
Tell us about some of the high-profile cases you've helped prosecute
Specifically, it analyzes the New York City Committee of Fourteen's 1920s campaign to expand the use of vagrancy statutes to prosecute
male customers of female prostitutes.
A JUDGE slammed failure to prosecute
a man who plunged a boy of eight into a scalding bath.
Bobb wrote that District Attorney Steve Cooley declines to prosecute
nearly 80 percent of cases submitted by the sheriff's Internal Criminal Investigations Bureau.
For example, Mecklenburg County has limited prosecutor resources; 5 out of approximately 40 assistant district attorneys prosecute
Federal prosecutors may decide to prosecute
only those defendants whose convictions will bring political rewards.
Despite concerns about human rights violations by groups acting as extralegal law enforcement outfits, local authorities have failed to prosecute
any of the ranchers.
How many states have made it easier to prosecute
teens as adults or reduced their confidentiality protection?
We are going to prosecute
absent owners for aiding and abetting.