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- v. law To make an allocution.
“Section 1, part (c), Mick Strider had to allocute as follows:”
“A failure allocute should result in maximum sentence under the law.”
“And shame on the prosecutor for not requiring Dann to actually allocute his crimes.”
“Refusing to register his premises and allocute his allodial title to the property that he owned, free of mortgage, he had sold the livestock to slaughter.”
“Why was there no discussion about helping her, rather than forcing her to publicly allocute the ways in which her life was made a living hell, by the man that professed to love her.”
“Dave N: This puts such a plea in a different posture from a guilty plea where a defendant is required to allocute the facts necessary to support a conviction.”
“This puts such a plea in a different posture from a guilty plea where a defendant is required to allocute the facts necessary to support a conviction.”
“A question for PatHMV: Take someone who is required to allocute in order to receive probation instead of, say, a five year sentence, and falsely allocutes.”
“One had to allocute to the confession when one was free of torture this was compromised by the knowledge that recanting would lead to being returned to the ministrations of the lictor.”
“As far as I know, he didn't have to allocute to anything.”
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