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The prosecution argued that Chi was a sleeper agent when he came to the US in the 1970s and worked his way up as an engineer at a defense contractor.

He’s said a recent uptick in prosecutions was related to drug smuggling at the border but the overall rate of prosecutions has dropped since the pandemic.

The recent increase in prosecutions, Brewer said, is a result of an increase in illicit drugs, like fentanyl and methamphetamine, being seized at the region’s border crossings.

Galileo’s book, the prosecution alleged, defied a Catholic Church order in 1616 forbidding him from advocating Copernicanism.

Instead, there was a general turning to the leaders of the Prosecution to note their attitude.

Prosecution objected, and by a vote of 20 to 29, the decision of the Chief Justice was overruled.

An expert witness on the side of the Prosecution, or any witness called by the Defense.

He endeavored to force upon the Prosecution a contract of his own drawing.

Well, I think we won't call any witnesses, because then the Prosecution won't have a reply.

Prosecution only takes place, however, on proposal—that is, at the instance of the aggrieved spouse.

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