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By combining data-flow and basis-path testing, legal execution paths of the application are obtained.
Having invested a significant amount of time, effort and expense in doing so, sellers need to ensure that the approach taken to legal execution of their transaction gives them the highest possible chance of success.
Waisel has argued that "organized medicine has an obligation to permit physician participation in legal execution." (53) Similarly, Baum contends that it is "imperative" for "the medical establishment, especially the AMA, [to] reconsider its position on the ethics of physician participation in lethal injections." (54) We disagree that the case justifying physician participation is so strong and convincing as to impose a moral obligation on professional organizations (and professionals themselves) to abandon their objections.
From the disembodied voice of the state of Tennessee: "Ladies and gentlemen, this concludes the legal execution of Daryl Holton.
Interestingly, his hanging was the first legal execution in Kansas since 1888.
# THE guillotine, which first came into use during the French Revolution, was the only legal execution method in France until the death penalty was abolished there in 1981, apart from serious crimes against state security where a firing squad was used.
And all this in a country with a track record for executing children, the mentally handicapped and of running a legal execution system so ruthless and politically motivated it is dubbed the death factory.
It is possible that there will never be another legal execution in our state." With the stays pending the Supreme Court's decision in Ring v.
We say that a given potential execution sequence is a legal execution sequence if the synchronization events in the sequence can be paired up in a consistent manner.
In a later chapter, we learn of the efforts in 1946 in Saskatchewan to prevent the legal execution of Jack Loran, a 17 year old convicted of a senseless slaying.
According to the National Safety Council, you have higher risks of dying from lightning strikes or legal execution than from an earthquake.