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exposure to possible harm, loss, or injury

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He now challenges the trial court's denial of his motion to suppress evidence obtained from the police search and denial of his motion to dismiss on double jeopardy grounds.
The Coulters faced a retrial after the double jeopardy rule - by which no one could be tried for a second time for the same crime - was scrapped in 2011.
The aim was to initiate debate on the application of the double jeopardy principle in war crimes cases and the harmonization of practices before BiH courts.
"Watson won Jeopardy, but does it know it won?" said Oren
LOS ANGELES -- The reign of the winningest female contestant in "Jeopardy!'' history has come to an end.
JOE SCHMIDT predicts "double jeopardy" bluffing could be on the cards between the Ireland and Wales coaching staff.
One application of active learning in business education is the use of game show simulations such as "Who Wants to be a Millionaire" (Millionaire), "Wheel of Fortune," (Wheel of Fortune) or "Jeopardy" (Jeopardy) as part of classroom teaching venues (Boctor, 2013; Alfari, et al., 2012; Siko, et al., 2011; Azriel et al., 2005; McDonald and Hannafin, 2003; Holbrook, 1998).
Charles Ming, from Norton, along with his wife Ann, campaigned for 17 years to scrap the double jeopardy law so their daughter Julie Hogg's killer could be brought to justice.
A television quiz show named Jeopardy! will be hosting a pre-qualified contestant search this Thursday at the Sheraton At The Falls Hotel in Niagara Falls.
Seattle's Ken Jennings scored as all-time Jeopardy! champ.
Jeopardy! and philosophy; what is knowledge in the form of a question?
What makes "Let's Ask America" different than the typical syndicated slow rollout is that it's replacing CBS Television Distribution's monster gameshows "Wheel of Fortune" and "Jeopardy!" in six of its markets.
If the defendant originally had been charged with capital murder only and was acquitted of that crime, then any attempt by the State to retry him on the same charge would run afoul of the Double Jeopardy Clause of the United States Constitution.
"Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek announced in a video posted Thursday that he has completed chemotherapy and has already returned to work on the show's 36th season.