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The process of restitution of nationalized property or compensation shall be initiated at the request of the parties, and not ex officio (article 39).
She must pay restitution in the amount of $105,839.
Cogdell pleaded nolo contendere, was sentenced to one year probation, and was ordered to pay full restitution, court costs, and fees.
The Committee accepts that the restitution and redistribution of land is not an event, but a process and that there are many processes that need to be followed before a claim is finalised.
Based on that account, Part III argues that the Sixth Amendment jury trial right extends to criminal restitution and requires juries to find the facts affecting the amount of restitution owed by law.
In advocating for Hesketh to pay a far greater amount of restitution than Amy's uncle had, Marsh challenged the generally accepted distinction between a "hands-on" or "contact" offense, such as the sexual exploitation of children, and a non-contact offense, such as the downloading, viewing, or trading of pornography.
These principles establish a demanding set of rights, granting the right to restitution for the lost homes and land to victims of dispossession with limited exceptions:
At that time, how much total restitution he would pay to DEI over the next five years had not been decided.
that it is possible to provide full restitution to the primary, direct victims of crime.
Containing the right mix of carbohydrates and minerals, Energy + Restitution also incorporates the award-winning peptide PeptoPro[R] from DSM Food Specialties, to actively promote improved endurance, performance and restitution.
The Identity Theft Enforcement and Restitution Act of 2007, co-sponsored by Sens.
Plundering the spoils of war has a long history, while principles regarding the wartime protection and postwar restitution of such artifacts are a more modern phenomenon.
Restitution and memory; material restoration in Europe.
Franklin Pierce Law Center's Criminal Practice Clinic recently won a precedent-setting case involving the imposition of extradition costs as restitution in a criminal case.