nonprosecution love

Definitions

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  • adjective law Of or pertaining to a decision not to prosecute

Etymologies

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non- +‎ prosecution

Examples

  • When he approved the plea deal in April 2009, Copenhaver called the nonprosecution agreement "unusual," but said it was up to prosecutors to make such decisions.

    The Charleston Gazette -

  • Deferred prosecution agreements, also known as nonprosecution agreements, have occasionally been a source of controversy on Capitol Hill.

    Law.com - Newswire

  • The lawsuits themselves, combined with information admitted as true by Fan and Fred in civil nonprosecution agreements with the SEC, are certainly illuminating.

    What Fannie and Freddie Knew

  • The Manhattan U.S. Attorney's office has agreed not to criminally prosecute Diamondback in connection with the former employees' allegedly illegal trades or their use of outside consultants for information, according to a nonprosecution agreement with the firm dated Jan. 20 and signed by Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara.

    Diamondback Resolves Case

  • In the civil nonprosecution agreements, the firms said they would accept responsibility for the conduct and not dispute the SEC's allegations, without admitting or denying wrongdoing, the SEC said.

    SEC Brings Crisis-Era Suits

  • CSK Auto also entered into a nonprosecution agreement with the Justice Department in which it agreed to pay a $20.9 million penalty to avoid criminal charges.

    Ex-CEO at CSK Auto to Return Bonus

  • Hedge fund Diamondback Capital Management agreed to pay the government more than $9 million to resolve insider-trading allegations, while entering into a nonprosecution agreement with the Justice Department in connection with a criminal investigation, federal authorities said Monday.

    Diamondback Resolves Case

  • Diamondback Capital Management agreed to pay more than $9 million to settle civil insider-trading allegations and entered into a nonprosecution agreement with U.S. federal prosecutors in a parallel criminal probe.

    What's News—

  • Diamondback agreed to pay more than $9 million to resolve insider-trading allegations and entered into a nonprosecution agreement connected with a criminal probe.

    What's News: Business & Finance

  • “During an era of intense national concern about the problem of run-away crime,” Scalia wrote in 1994, this policy “may have produced ... the acquittal and the nonprosecution of many dangerous felons.”

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Legislating Miranda Rights for Terrorism Cases?

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