Recent Examples of prosecutorial from the Web
Since the coup, restrictions on public assembly, phone and Internet use have tightened immensely, and hundreds of people have been fined or imprisoned on criminal defamation charges, for which Thailand has an eclectic prosecutorial toolkit.
U.S. attorneys do not have the power to disobey Department of Justice directives, but there is enormous prosecutorial discretion in the position, experts and U.S. attorneys themselves agreed.
The Crowes’ letter also makes the serious charge that Stephan committed prosecutorial misconduct by not turning over to defense lawyers results of a crime scene reconstruction at the family’s home.
Gen. Jeff Sessions as a defendant under her prosecutorial glare, to the point where she was admonished to ease up on interrupting him.
Gen. Jeff Sessions as a defendant under her prosecutorial glare, to the point that she was admonished to ease up on interrupting him.
Hawaii’s congressional delegation earlier this week urged U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly to exercise his prosecutorial discretion to halt the deportation.
And, strangely, Kelly seemed to cast aside the prosecutorial interviewing style that helped her succeed on the cable channel.
These rules strongly limit prosecutorial comment on pending criminal investigations.
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: of, relating to, or being a prosecutor or prosecution
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