Prosecute в новостях
Публикации и примеры предложений
· Harlots: Is Harlots based on a true story? →
Prostitution in the 18th century was far more widespread and difficult to prosecute.
· The federal government should consider a moratorium on prosecution of attempted suicides — Lim Yi Wei →
AUG 5 — This week, yet another attempted suicide survivor was prosecuted and sentenced by the court.
· Croatia marks 1995 blitz; Serb politician there for 1st time →
He condemned war crimes committed against Serb civilians and pledged those responsible will be prosecuted.
· Sally Yates, DoJ Boss At Close Of Obama Era, Due In Senate Hearing Wednesday →
No one has ever been prosecuted successfully under that law, but it was part of another subplot that Trump's allies consider an abuse of power from the Obama era: the leak, to The Washington Post, of the fact of Flynn's conversations with Russia's then-ambassador to the United States.
· Foreign diplomats involved in 22 serious traffic offences in three years →
Thanks to diplomatic immunity, foreign embassy workers cannot be prosecuted if involved in a crime, but the police can register the incident with the foreign affairs ministry.
· Car tax evasion hotspots revealed with this one city recording double the offences →
However, failure to pay the charge could see road users prosecuted and fines increased to a maximum of £1,000.
· Drug smuggler hid Kinder Eggs filled with cocaine inside her body on easyJet flight from Liverpool →
Crown Advocate, Chris Baglin, prosecuting, told the court Carragher later admitted trying to smuggle in 82.4g of cocaine of just over 40% purity.
· China 'exporting CCP speech controls to Australia' as second university caught in row →
The laws are so broad that they are extra-territorial, meaning pro-democracy sentiment expressed in Australia could be prosecuted in China.
· Pence’s hyped-up claims of ‘voter fraud’ in Indiana →
… In my own state of Indiana in 2012, there was a Democrat super PAC that was involved in our elections, that literally, there was a group of people that were prosecuted for falsifying ballots.