felonious assault


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felonious assault

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Unlike the first one, which explored the topic of officers killed in the line of duty, the second study included officers who survived felonious assaults and, thus, could explain their actions or offer reasons why they chose not to act.
I fully intend to seek charges for each and every act of sexual violence, rape, each day of kidnapping, every felonious assault, and each act of aggravated murder for terminating pregnancies that the offender perpetrated," he said.
Unfortunately for Joe, he is facing aggravated robbery and multiple felonious assault charges, and this time he is in real trouble.
A RAPIST living in an Ohio home where the bodies of several women have been found was yesterday charged with five counts of aggravated murder, along with charges of rape, felonious assault and kidnapping.
And it would compound the felonious assault on public trust that City Hall committed by imposing the trash fee as a service charge when it was really a tax for more cops and thus should have been put before voters.
McKinney, though widely lauded for his heroic actions, was himself arrested, jailed, and charged with felonious assault and having a weapon in a liquor establishment.
Maynard pleaded guilty to spiking my drinks - attempted felonious assault and contaminating a substance for human consumption - and on 24 October 2001 was sentenced to serve five years in jail.
The plan also offers an optional Felonious Assault AD&D Rider that covers public sector employees such as safety officials and school district personnel.
I fully intend to seek charges for each and every act of sexual violence, rape, each day of kidnapping, every felonious assault, all his attempted murders, and each act of aggravated murder he committed by terminating pregnancies that the offender perpetuated against the hostages during this decade-long ordeal.
Second, I believe that in cases of violent offenses, such as rape, felonious assault or murder, juveniles can be tried as adults, if a judge so determines, and can serve time in adult institutions.
Kendzierski of Cleveland, Ohio, was paroled on March 5th of this year after serving 10 years of a 5-to-25-year sentence for felonious assault and aggravated burglary.
The 63-year-old college Hall of Famer, who played middle guard when the Buckeyes won a national championship in 1968, was jailed on a felonious assault charge.