- n. Plural form of commutation.
“SCA is talking to many of its other counterparties on so-called commutations of its contracts, and other bond insurers are holding similar discussions.”
“I have always thought that presidents and governors -- when I was a governor -- should be quite conservative on commutations, that is, there needs to be a very specific reason if you reduce someone's sentence or let them out, but more broad-minded about pardons because in so many states in America, pardons are necessary to restore people's rights of citizenship.”
“But the commutations were a political disaster for Mofford, mostly because of Kummerlowe, who had chopped his victim into pieces and whose parole was not supported by his victim's family.”
“There were no reprieves, no commutations of sentences.”
“Our legal system provides for such pardons and commutations for a reason, and I accept Huckabee's explanation for doing what he did, to avoid what sure looked like a miscarriage of justice.”
“I hope this type of sentiment doesn't start becoming the norm because there are people out there who have been granted pardons/clemency/commutations and have gone on to live good, crime-free lives.”
“Pennsylvania also stiffened its board-approval requirements for commutations around the same time.”
“Since 1995, Ohio has required its governor to seek board approval for sentence commutations, a reaction to a former governor's unpopular clemency decisions for inmates on death row.”
“Schwarzenegger issued some pardons and sentence commutations.”
“Does anyone really care about these sentence commutations?”
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