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And the Justice Department’s guidelines say pardon requests shouldn’t be made until five years have passed after the completion of a sentence, or from the sentencing date if no confinement is ordered.
As with automatic eligibility, children must first meet the age of entry guidelines.
Mitchell said Conrad's role as police chief allows him to set department policy as a general guideline but that in certain situations, the chief can make decisions on an individual basis.
A list of guidelines for covering the Notre Dame football team’s practices was distributed to the media Saturday before practice began at Culver Academies in Culver, Ind.
The report also includes references to school guidelines and policies from the 1980s related to harassment and misconduct.
The guideline, which was issued on 25 July, will take effect in February 2018.
To encourage best practices, the American College of Emergency Physicians, in collaboration with other medical and geriatric organizations, published guidelines for geriatric-friendly emergency departments in 2014.
The Democrats call for the Justice Department and Federal Trade Commission to adopt new guidelines, allowing them to judge mergers on the basis of their impact on jobs, wages, competition, and innovation, in addition to consumer prices.
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Definition of guideline for English Language Learners
: a rule or instruction that shows or tells how something should be done
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