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12) Critically, the fact that a misdemeanor conviction will result in a severe collateral consequence does not trigger any heightened procedural protections.
3) ABA researchers used the LEXIS database to search for and examine laws and regulations containing specific language as a predictor of a collateral consequence.
For example, when a group of people play a game of volleyball, the behavior of each individual functions as an environment for the behavior of the others, so that the behavioral contingencies of the players interlock, which is necessary for the production of a consequence which will not select the individual behaviors, however the interlocking of contingencies which results in the cultural consequence, that is, the point scored by the team.
Researchers found that participants shifted their admissions to avoid the short-term consequence of repetitive questions.
While Illinois courts have been advising criminal defendants generally of possible immigration consequences pursuant to 725 ILCS 5/113-8, since 2004, that does not appear to be sufficient where the specific consequence can be "easily determined.
In all three subgroups, the proportions of participants reporting any positive consequence of refraining from sexual activity (i.
For example, agents may demonstrate some desirable behaviors such as telephone etiquette because they get an immediate consequence for doing so--a friendly, thankful reaction from a customer.
This year, the movement to impose limits on state taxes using ballot initiatives (known as Taxpayer Bill of Rights or TABOR), failed in three states once voters--who appear to have become skeptical of tax-cut gimmicks and free-lunch promises--understood the consequences.
The problems facing Ford and GM are not the fault of foreign competitors or of money supplies; they are the consequences of actions taken and decisions made--or not--by a sequence of executives and managers.
And Nolan's noir thriller Insomnia (Warner Brothers) gives us a policeman hounded and haunted by the consequences of his own violence.
It is precisely in the name of nature--it is known that the Protestant tradition and, in its wake, that of the Enlightenment mistrust this concept--that the Church raises her voice against the temptation to project persons and their destiny according to mere human plans, to strip them of individuality and, in consequence, of dignity.
The consequence should occur as soon after the unwanted behavior as possible.
In western countries where the prevalence of MDRTB is low and second-line drugs are available, MDRTB only requires prompt detection and adequate management to limit the consequence of resistance.
Students raised issues of consequences ("People did something bad and there wasn't a consequence;" "Fake.
Dennis Shanahan "Globally, the Left, no longer of any consequence, has been defeated"