After this exhibition he closed as follows: “And now, gentlemen, having thus made plain to your senses the crime of which this unfortunate man has been guilty (unfortunate both on account of his ignorance and his guilt), I shall leave you to your own consciences; not in the least doubting that you will see the importance (notwithstanding the prisoner’s counsel [doubtless relying on your former verdict] wishes to appear so confident of success) of punishing the offender, and asserting the dignity of the laws.
As before, the jury did not leave their box; but, after a consultation of some little time, their foreman arose, and pronounced the prisoner Guilty.
In forming their sentence, the court have been governed as much by the consideration of your ignorance of the laws as by a strict sense of the importance of punishing such outrages as this of which you have been found guilty.
man or woman was placed in a specially constructed death-chair, and, under the supervision of competent physicians, was destroyed by a current of electricity.
The assault he had pleaded guilty of was atrocious and unprovoked, and if he were a fair sample of a striking teamster, the only wise thing for Oakland to do was to break up the union and drive every member from the city.
It was more terrible than all the other things he had been guilty of put together.
Gary Carter October 2005 Warned off five years - guilty
of providing information for reward, aiding or abetting a breach of the rules, associating with an excluded person and misleading investigators
to felony counts of making false statements to agents with the U.
Arkansas Business reported incorrectly last week that Miller had personally pleaded guilty
to conspiracy and bank fraud.
to possessing amphetamine with intent to supply
Thomas More--a modern man who can't quite buy the ideology that there are no sins and there is nothing to feel guilty
about--is battling to recover a sense of guilt, which in turn will provide the essential foothold for contrition, which in turn can motivate confession and repentance.
The MTA's former Director of Facility Operations, Howard Weissman, its former Facilities Manager, Ronald Allan, and former MTA building manager, Gary Weissbard pleaded guilty
to participating in the corrupt activities of contractors doing business with the MTA, including plumbing contractor Figliolia Plumbing Co.