Did you mayhaps mean prosecute?
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“Last week's term was nolle prosequi, which is defined as:”
“Wednesday's term was nolle prosequi, which is defined as:”
“If in Great Britain a power exists in the Crown to cause to be entered a nolle prosequi, which is not the case with the Executive power of the”
“The Attorney and Solicitor General have appointed Friday, as I hear, for a hearing of what her Bar can say in favour of a Noli prosequi, which is surely nothing.”
“The charges were formally dismissed Friday through a so-called nolle prosequi filing in a Manhattan federal court by the U.S. Department of Justice as a result of his death.”
“An entry of nolle prosequi may be made at any time after charges are brought and before a verdict is returned or a plea entered.”
“There are not Harvard lawyers on retainer to expunge their records and win them noelle prosequi judgments.”
“The legality was settled by the nolle prosequi, entered by agreement of all parties in conjunction with the press release.”
“Nolle prosequi means not willing to prosecute and generally requires the Court to find the Defendent not guilty.”
“An order of nolle prosequi, founded on his well authenticated state of intoxication on the evening of the ambush, had set him at liberty.”
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