|guilty plea||Suçlu itiraz|
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|plea bargain||Savunma anlaşması|
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· Man strangled ex-girlfriend and hit her with pole while baby was in next room →
Ian Whitehurst, defending, asked the judge to take account of Dawson's early guilty plea, stating that in a pre-sentence report Dawson had been remorseful.
· Latrell Mitchell pleads guilty to firearms charge after camping trip →
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· Pandemic's economic fallout will worsen conflicts: UN diplomats →
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres's plea for a global ceasefire back in March has gone largely unheeded, with fighting continuing to rage in hotspots such as Yemen, Libya and Syria.
· Ex-UCLA gynecologist pleads not guilty to new sex charges →
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· Espanyol want La Liga relegation cancelled amid Segunda chaos →
Referencing the problems in the second-tier, Espanyol have made a desperate plea for their relegation to be scrapped, despite the top flight completing last month without mishap.
· 'Wonderful' neighbour set fire to flat by burning bills →
Smith was handed a sentence of eight months, which would have been 12 months after a trial - however, Judge Aubrey considered Smith's early guilty plea.
· Trump promises to ‘Respect our Military!’ His hypocrisy is sickening. →
Elected governor of Missouri as a Republican in 2016, he had to resign in 2018 as part of a plea bargain with prosecutors, who had charged him with misusing a veterans’ charity he had founded for his own political gain.
· Boris Johnson's plea to get back to work falls on deaf ears in Birmingham →
Boris Johnson’s plea that people “should be going back to work” in offices across England from Monday appeared to have fallen largely on deaf ears in central Birmingham.