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A couple of years later, she was charged with larceny in a separate case from the first shoplifting incident and was offered a plea deal.
Following pleas from their governments, tourists from the Czech Republic, Poland, and Slovakia will also be able to enter Hungary if they had already booked a holiday there.
In their pleas, they said that without government support, their restaurants would close for good.
Unlike most plea agreements, in which the judge remains free to decide the defendant’s sentence, Loughlin’s and Giannulli’s proposed prison terms were binding once accepted.
As a result, California in 2014 became the first state to ban the plea.
It is probable he wished to provide written proof of a plea that he was an unwilling agent in the clutch of a mutinous army.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
Nor can he hold the company on the plea of ignorance by declaring he has not read it, for it is his duty to read the receipt.
On the plea that they must hasten if the midday heat were to be avoided, they cut short the halt to less than an hour.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
In short, insurgency ceased to be a valid plea; if it existed in fact, officially it had become a dead letter.
For the popular voice accused him of outrages for which the utmost license of civil war would not furnish a plea.

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