- n. Plural form of offender.
“The job of enforcing the law and punishing the offenders is an Herculean task that suppose to be done with seriousness and dignity.”
“We've got to do that by ensuring that for the short term offenders we have strong, challenging, and viable community programmes that they can respond to.”
“At the same time, presumably civil commitment of sexual offenders is aimed at preventing repeat sexual offenses.”
“A national campaign against first-time drunken-driving offenders is gaining ground as states and the federal government weigh mandatory use of devices requiring violators to prove their sobriety before their engines start.”
“Any piece of equipment which can reduce injury to officers or offenders is to be welcomed.”
“Today, she remains a catholic, but is an activist for due process being applied to the offenders from the local parish to the vatican.”
“To commute the sentence of non-violent offenders is one thing.”
“The perception that Catholic priests are overrepresented among offenders is correct.”
“The list of offenders is disturbingly long, though incidents like South Carolina Rep. Joe Wilson's "you lie" (cried during the president's 2009 address) comes to mind as the most notable.”
“CHRIS: Yeah, like certain offenders, like, you know, someone that what I like to say breaks the law of nature and takes the life of another human, shouldn't have these options available to them as far as because as far as I'm concerned, our prison system is many prisoners have it pretty good.”
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