Prison Sentence

Some articles on prison sentence, prison, sentences, sentence:

Laws Against Holocaust Denial - By Country - Spain
... ethnic, racial or religious group, perpetrate the following acts, will be punished 1) With the prison sentence of fifteen to twenty years, if they killed to some of its members. 2) With the prison of fifteen to twenty years, if they sexually attacked to some of members or produced some of the injuries anticipated in article 149. 3) With prison sentence of eight to fifteen years, if they subjected the group or anyone of its individuals to conditions of existence that put their lives in danger or seriously ...
Chris Mason (darts Player) - Controversy - Prison Sentence
... The Gibson brothers received five and six year sentences and Mason received a three-year sentence on 2 June 2003, but he served just over a year ...
LGBT Rights By Country - LGBT-related Laws By Country or Territory - Asia - Southeast Asia
... Laws concerning gender identity/expression Brunei Illegal (Penalty fine or prison sentence up to 10 years) Burma Illegal (Penalty up to life sentence) Cambodia Legal ... Unknown Malaysia Illegal (Penalty fines, prison sentence (2-20 years), or whippings) Philippines Legal ... still not made into law Unknown Singapore Male illegal (Penalty up to 2 years prison sentence no plan to repeal 377A and not enforced since 1999) Female legal Due ...
Plame Affair - I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby - Conviction - Bush Commutes Sentence
... On July 2, 2007, President Bush commuted the sentence ... Libby was sentenced to thirty months of prison, two years of probation, and a $250,000 fine ... office, which recommended a lesser sentence and the consideration of factors that could have led to a sentence of home confinement or probation ...
Adonis Stevenson - Prison Sentence
... In November 1998, Stevenson was arrested for pimping charges ... He was found guilty and served a 48-month sentence ...

Famous quotes containing the words sentence and/or prison:

    New York state sentence for a Peeping Tom is six months in the workhouse. And they got no windows in the workhouse. You know, in the old days they used to put your eyes out with a red-hot poker.
    John Michael Hayes (b. 1919)

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    George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)