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Justice Ahsan in his verdict said that the pivotal issue was whether conviction awarded to Mahmood would be taken on a whole in cumulative manner, the effect whereof would be a conviction, followed by a sentence on four counts for an aggregate period of six years in terms of provision of Punjab Local Government Act.
In his verdict, Justice Ahsan observed that the suspension of sentence would have no consequence on the conviction of the appellants for the purpose of being qualified to contest either local bodies' elections or elections for legislative assemblies.
Accordingly, we reverse the circuit court order requiring the Department of Corrections to give Harrison sentence credit for the periods of initial confinement already served in the cases with the vacated convictions to reduce Harrison's periods of extended supervision in the cases in which the convictions were not vacated.
'One measure of the success of our campaign against illegal drug is the filing of airtight cases that will result in the conviction of the accused.'
KILLER Carlton Donaldson was already well-known to the authorities, with a catalogue of criminal convictions.
After amendments requested by the Maryland State's Attorney's Association,the bills are expected to apply to cases such as those involving GTTF officers, in which evidence discovered after a conviction calls the integrity of the conviction into question.
Beazer also argues that his February 11, 2013 conviction for Possession with Intent to Distribute Crack Cocaine, should not be considered a predicate offense under ACCA.
Mr Jones said: "Employers who focus on criminal conviction on their application forms may well be excluding people from jobs that they may be very well qualified and capable of doing, in fact they may be missing out on a talent pool of over 10.5 million people with criminal convictions.
Marshall argued at trial that some violations of Code 18.2-57.2 do not satisfy the definition of "misdemeanor crime of domestic violence." He reasoned that, because an assault and battery conviction in Virginia can be based on any offensive or rude touching, a conviction for violating Code 18.2-57.2 does not necessarily involve "the use or attempted use of physical force," which is a necessary component of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence.
"The conviction of Deguito is consistent with the bank's position that it is the victim in this situation and that Ms.
Second, there is no mechanism to challenge the criminal conviction in
Former opposition leader in National Assembly Khurshid Shah said this while reacting to conviction of Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday.
Further, the accused shall not be allowed to apply for or be granted or allowed any financial facilities in the form of any loan or advances from any bank or financial institution in the public sector, for a period of 10 years from the date of conviction.
The state may enhance domestic-assault charges to the felony level based on two prior domestic-violence convictions even if the earlier offenses arose from the same behavioral incident and were not sentenced separately, the Court of Appeals has ruled in State v.
ISLAMABAD -- The seven Special Counter Narcotics Courts (CNS) of Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) has disposed off 3,374 cases during last more than four years, of which 2750 were convicted, showing an average 92 per cent successful conviction rate.