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That pursuit of individuals "will send strong messages of both general and specific deterrence and strip wrongdoers of their ill-gotten gains.
Pangilinan, president of the Liberal Party and member of the minority bloc, said the incident 'should be investigated thoroughly and wrongdoers swiftly punished.
Sale undoubtedly has contacts but the would-be wrongdoer doesn't always get the opportunity to put the record straight.
As Yates put it, the memo was part of an effort to earn the public's confidence by "relentlessly pursuing wrongdoing, no matter who those wrongdoers may be.
It also addressing irregularities and violations and take legal action against wrongdoers during such field campaigns, he said.
The Indian government must look at this matter seriously and take a tough stand against the wrongdoers without delay.
unidentified wrongdoers painted a graffiti in red spray paint on several paintings in a cave in the central Mexican state of Tlaxcala, the Mexican Attorney General's Office said Tuesday, according dpa.
I have joined thousands of other citizens in emailing the Serious Fraud Office urging them to prosecute any wrongdoers and demand they start investigating HSBC for criminal conduct.
THE NATIONAL REFORM Council (NRC) committee on legal and justice affairs is looking to propose the use of electronic monitoring devices as a government policy, as it may be a good way of rehabilitating wrongdoers and facilitate overcrowding in prisons.
It argues that punitive damages lose some of their appeal when leached of their retributivist content because, research in the field of moral psychology suggests, preventing future misconduct by other potential wrongdoers is not as psychologically satisfying as seeing the individual wrongdoer receive her just deserts.
A recent ruling by an Illinois court prevents a whistleblower from suing a medical clinic accused of fraud, the exact opposite of the intent of the state's whistleblower law, which encourages private citizens to come forward and expose wrongdoers.
Public punishment of wrongdoers will help stonewall recurrence of such dirty events in the future," he concluded.
The intention is to help resolve conflicts caused by crime and anti-social behaviour, and bring together victims and wrongdoers in a safe environment to reach an agreed outcome, such as an apology, or reparation to repay the victim or community.
Summary: General Security announced Wednesday nearly 30 offenses it had followed up since the beginning of the month, in a bid to inform the public it was showing no leniency toward wrongdoers.
I suggest that the most morally salient feature of a person is his intrinsic worth, but I do not see that this is the most morally salient feature of offenders, in particular; what's most morally salient about offenders, versus just anyone, is that offenders are identifiably wrongdoers and authors of acts, not that they are persons.