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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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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.
If a person allocutes as a condition to a two-year deal, in order to avoid a ten-year sentence, we’re certainly entitled to worry that he took the deal to avoid jail time, right?