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offence

(US), offense
American football
a. the team that has possession of the ball
b. the members of a team that play in such circumstances
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the accused Slavo Ivankovic Lijanovic, under Sections 1 and 11 of the Operative Part of Judgment - the criminal offense of Organized Crime under Article 250(3) of the CC BiH as read with Article 29 of the CC BiH, in conjunction with the criminal offense of Money Laundering under Article 209(3) of the CC BiH;
For land public transportation utilities including tricycles, the driver shall suffer the penalty of suspension of driver's license for one month for the first offense; two months for the second offense, three months for the third offense; and three months plus a fine of P1,000 for each subsequent offense.
Table 2--Incidents, Offenses, Victims, and Known Offenders, by Offense Type, 2012
The Clearances section of this report provides more information about the criteria used to clear an offense for UCR purposes and an overview of clearance data for 2012.
Article 79 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) provides the basic rule for lesser included offenses (LIOs): "An accused may be found guilty of an offense necessarily included in the offense charged or of an attempt to commit either the offense charged or an offense necessarily included therein." (1) In April 2010, the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (CAAF) issued a landmark decision governing the interpretation of Article 79.
He also said the department has found that problems with recruits are more likely to happen with those who have a pattern of minor offenses rather than with those who have only a single major misconduct offense.
6 in a 3-1 vote, include a three-day suspension on the first offense for serving before or after hours and also for an intoxicated employee/manager, which previously allowed for a warning.
As a football contractor, he has put together a very imposing structure that he calls Coaching a Winged-T Based Multiple Offense that even Shaughnessy, Jones, and Halas would have envied.
A conspiracy to commit an offense against the United States, which means a conspiracy to violate another federal criminal statute
Their results were consistent with previous research showing that age of first offense played a role in differentiating between recidivists and non-recidivists.
In addition to duplicating state law, Congress has created derivative offenses, such as racketeering and mall fraud, an approach that makes convictions easier to obtain because the offense consists mainly of otherwise innocuous behavior.