Convicted Person

Convicted Person

 

a person whom a court has found guilty of the commission of a crime. In the USSR the legal restrictions on a convicted person are determined by legislation and depend on the gravity of the punishment assigned and the conditions established for serving it.

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A successful application for expungement would entitle the convicted person to declare that they have no such conviction under New Zealand law, and the conviction would no longer appear on a criminal history check.
Sub-section 1 of the said section states: 'Pending any appeal by a convicted person, the Appellate Court may, for reasons to be recorded by it in writing, order, that the execution of the sentence or order appealed against be suspended and, also, if he is in confinement, that he be released on bail or on his own bond.
There is no scope for a convicted person to take part in polls.
How can a convicted person be an office-bearer of a political party and select candidates to contest elections?
To this, the chief justice remarked that the new law passed by Parliament could allow any convicted person to assume the position of political party head.
Investigations resulted in charging him and later he was referred to the court, which issued a legal instrument that provides for the probation of a convicted person and carrying out a death penalty from the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.
If the penalty is life imprisonment, the sentence may not be released unless the convicted person has served at least twenty years in prison.
The device will help in controlling the convicted person and will also have a positive impact on him," said Al Baloushi.
He added that 'We didn't talk about dissolving the assemblies, but convicted person would've to go home.
The court announced the verdict on conclusion of the trial and ordered the convicted person will spend rest of his life in the prison and to pay an amount rupees 400000 to the heirs of the killed persons as fine.
In case of judgments in absentia, the convicted person is allowed to file objection within seven days from being personally notified of the judgment.
THE only evidence that would be given against his client was that provided by a convicted person floundering around trying to escape blame, said Mr FV Renshaw, solicitor, at a special court at Bromborough, above.