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alibi

Law
a. a defence by an accused person that he was elsewhere at the time the crime in question was committed
b. the evidence given to prove this
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Weller entertained a firm and unalterable conviction that the Old Bailey was the supreme court of judicature in this country, and that its rules and forms of proceeding regulated and controlled the practice of all other courts of justice whatsoever, he totally disregarded the assurances and arguments of his son, tending to show that the alibi was inadmissible; and vehemently protested that Mr.
The four Huddersfield bands that competed on the night were Killkrafter, Witness our Hands, Allies for Alibis and My Annihilation.
The appeal court said the only elements of the case that were proven were the charge of slander against Knox for accusing a bar owner of killing Meredith and that Knox and Sollecito's alibis did not match.
A panel of judges named her pop-rock outfit Allies for Alibis the winners after they wowed the crowds with their version of Kings of Leon's hit Sex on Fire.
Nicola Occleston, 24, and Toni McCall, 22, provided false alibis for brothers Stephen and Lee Coulter in a bid to stop them being caught for the cold-blooded murder of David Garrity.
Lynne s album "Tears, Lies, and Alibis," released April 20, marks the debut release for her Everso Records label.
Alibis and Paybacks, opened by two American women-Adrienne Ferguson and Michelle Duke-earlier this year, has served up revenge 20 times to date, according to The Los Angeles Times.
She needs to get her alibis straight before joining their league.
uk sell bogus alibis to cheaters looking to fool their innocent partners.
But sooner or later someone will have to write a real history and undertake a real analysis, stripping away the flattering alibis to reveal just how many clothes the emperor really wears.
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Presiding Judge Toru Teshima said that while bullying was common at the school, the alibis of the former students were believable, and questioned the credibility of statements by witnesses who claimed to have seen the bullying.