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““Lenity emboldens them,” the colonel complained, so there were no more pardons in the Virginia Regiment.”
“I was just looking at US vs. Santos (US 2008) today, which is on the Rule of Lenity.”
“Santos US 2008 today, which is on the Rule of Lenity.”
“We shall never prosper till we fall upon some method to extirpate that Blood thirsty set of men. to Too much Lenity will prove our ruin.”
“Death as civil and respectful as I could wish: But I suppose that means were found to insinuate into him that the refusal of his Draught and the Lenity to”
“Therefore as a poor, fatherless, and friendless Child the Law would allow great Indulgence and Lenity to this”
“Opportunity of spoiling them, knowing their Lenity such, that, if detected, they should not be prosecuted.”
“Lenity which "clears the guilty" is neither mercy, nor graciousness, nor compassion, nor forgiveness.”
“Lenity leads him to think the world is on his side no matter what he does; and so he asks himself why he should take the trouble to mend his ways.”
“Lenity confounds offender and offense in a wholesale and promiscuous amnesty.”
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