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If they do resist it, under the existing legal powers, they would arguably be liable for criminal prosecution under an offense for which jail terms on conviction extend towards seven years.
Ethridge also noted that most soldiers who are flagged for extremist behavior face administrative sanctions — including counseling or retraining — rather than criminal prosecution.
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Markman said there are typically three outcomes following prosecutions of violations of Government Code 1090.
Voice of San Diego’s Ashly McGlone dove into the data, and found domestic violence prosecutions dropped 15 percent between 2019 and 2020, though the number of cases actually reported only dropped by about 13 percent.
Elliott spokeswoman Hilary Nemchik said 257 domestic violence cases referred for prosecution in 2020 are still under review, and prosecutors have one to five years to file charges, depending on the crime.
When he sued, all but one of his claims — including excessive force, false arrest and malicious prosecution — were dismissed.
For the most serious incidents, the agency works with the state’s Adult Protective Services, which can investigate and recommend criminal prosecution.
A post from the Death Penalty Information Center reported the jurors also cited new evidence that had been withheld by the prosecution at the original trial.
That's probably because the company learned from its experience 20 years ago as a solo target of federal antitrust prosecution.
Khan’s Yale screed argued that Amazon’s bigness made it bad and a potential target for antitrust prosecution because its power kept other potential competitors out of e-commerce markets.

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