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- adj. able to be prosecuted
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being prosecuted; liable to prosecution.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being prosecuted; liable to prosecution.
And it was just to give me simply a heads up that they were going only to lodge individuals here who were what's referred to as prosecutable under the customs and immigration laws.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: So we're going to large individuals here who are referred to as prosecutable under the Customs and Immigration laws.
Garage Spaces is a three-month project with three scheduled exhibitions; the first being Stolen, an exhibition of 'prosecutable' works of art -- a fun, pithy commentary on ownership and possession, and the juxtaposition of found, lost and appropriated.
"prosecutable" cases arising from Truth Commission hearings, and several others were being investigated.
How do we take comfort, for instance, in the reluctance to prosecute when the extent and scope and scale of the prosecutable behavior remains unknown?
Section 103 of the TVPRA in essence amended MEJA, making prosecutable in the U.S. any trafficking-related felony offense committed by anyone employed by or contracted to the agencies of the U.S. government not covered under MEJA the contractors' dependents are also covered under the TVPRA.
You can say anything you like, act on it and it can become a prosecutable offense.
This seems to me a tremendously important and root-cause issue — if not clearly prosecutable — to develop some national dialogue around.
And Guantánamo was a place where American interrogators in at least one case tortured an al-Qaeda member to the point he was no longer prosecutable in any U.S. court.
The government can treat incidents that cause the inappropriate harming of civilians, in addition to potentially prosecutable actions of individual employees, as both possible failures of "quality control" by the private security firms and occasions for scrutiny by an inspector general.
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