• a summary conviction
  • (陪審を置かない)即決判決
  • carry conviction
  • 説得力がある
  • powers of conviction
  • 説得力
  • speak with conviction
  • 確信をもって話す
  • A reward of NZ$300,000 was posted for information leading to the recovery of the decorations and conviction of the thieves, although at the time there was much public debate about the need to offer reward money to retrieve the medals.
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  • Admiral Osterhaus once again called the court to session for deliberation and on June 12, 1945, the court reaffirmed each of the mutiny convictions and sentences.
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  • After he was sentenced on June 4, 1998 to life without parole, the State of Oklahoma in 2000 sought a death-penalty conviction on 161 counts of first-degree murder (160 non-federal agent victims and one fetus).
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  • All of this is presented in the context of the supposedly imminent end of the world—even though this is not in fact mentioned – a conviction that sparked numerous collections of end-time prophecies at the time, not least an unpublished collection by Christopher Columbus.
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  • Another political activist, John Sinclair, poet and co-founder of the White Panther Party, was serving ten years in prison for selling two joints of marijuana after previous convictions for possession of the drug.
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  • Because Louisiana law considers seventeen-year-olds to be adults for purposes of criminal culpability, the charges for these four were unaffected by the appellate ruling overturning Bell's conviction.
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  • Bill C-417 or the Louis Riel Act which also had a first reading in parliament to revoke the conviction of Louis Riel, and establish July 15 as Louis Riel Day was tabled.
  • Wikipedia: Louis Riel
  • Denying any conflict between science and religion, he proposes that 'to believe' means to accept a conviction (that God exists, in the context of Christianity), which is different from 'knowing', which only occurs once something is proven.
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  • Direct appeal of his conviction was considered and denied by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania on March 6, 1989, subsequently denying rehearing.
  • Wikipedia: Mumia Abu-Jamal
  • Failure to obtain a conviction tarnished the administration's image, but Arthur did succeed in putting a stop to the fraud.
  • Wikipedia: Chester A. Arthur
  • Fired by the widely held conviction that Britain would stay out of a European conflict, Watt offered his services and his plane to the French government on 2 August, the day France declared war on Germany.
  • Wikipedia: Oswald Watt
  • Fourteen Liverpool fans received convictions for involuntary manslaughter.
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  • From my New Age years I took a conviction that politics needs to be about more than endless struggle – that responsible human beings need to search for reconciliation and healing and mutually acceptable solutions.
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  • He pleaded no contest on a sexual assault charge, which prompted MDOT to remove his name from the rest area when notified of his conviction.
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  • He summarised his convictions in six theses, and called for a public disputation.
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  • He was demoted and involuntarily retired from the military in 2006 and at his trial in 2009 entered a Kennedy plea, receiving probation on the felony conviction.
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  • He would maintain his good reputation until his conviction for corruption seven years later.
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  • However, Bokassa dropped the charges on 14 July, after Judge Albert Kouda convinced him that there was insufficient evidence to get a conviction.
  • Wikipedia: Saint-Sylvestre coup d'état
  • Immediately following the trial, Hindley lodged an unsuccessful appeal against her conviction.
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  • In 1954 he represented the British Government in Kenya during Jomo Kenyatta's unsuccessful appeal against his conviction for membership of the rebel Mau Mau; Kenyatta was a moderate, and is now considered unlikely to have been a member of the organisation.
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  • In 2006 he was again quoted, when the Irish Court of Criminal Appeal used the same work in their review of the 1982 conviction of Brian Meehan for the murder of Veronica Guerin.
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