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criminally

kri muh nuh lee

  • r  in a shameful manner
    the garden was criminally neglected
  • r  in violation of the law; in a criminal manner
    the alterations in the document were ruled to be criminally fraudulent

  • Wilkerson turned herself in ten years later and is now serving a three-year sentence for criminally negligent homicide.
  • Democratic Senator Dick Durbin called Friday for Attorney General Michael Mukasey to initiate an investigation into whether actions by Rodriguez or others criminally obstructed .
  • In a comment to my rambling attempt to explain the mess that is AIG, curmudgeon57 asked: At what point can we hold the board and officers criminally liable for running a scam?.
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  • Arlen Specter in Forbes
    He felt that he could not make that pronouncement without placing people at risk to be sued or perhaps even criminally prosecuted,said Sen. Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania, the ranking Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee.
  • Stephen Breyer in FOXNews (blog)
    Breyer said he could not agree with the Court's conclusion that "the Constitution permits the Government to prosecute the plaintiffs criminally for engaging in coordinated teaching and advocacy furthering the designated organizations' lawful...
  • Kathleen Rice in SI.com
    After completing a thorough review of the on-ice incident,Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice said in a statement, "my office has declined to criminally charge New York Islander Chris Simon."

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