Prosecutable [adjective]

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In neither case did the authorities prosecute the staffing agencies that employed the minors or the factories that, knowingly or not, benefited from their labor.

They refuse to prosecute what is sometimes called lifestyle crimes.

A judge last month dismissed the charges on grounds there was no probable cause to prosecute him.

If those arrested this summer were actually prosecuted, it would mark a dramatic uptick in such prosecutions.

If all SDPD arrests for unlawful assembly this year were prosecuted, it would mark a gigantic increase in such prosecutions, records obtained by Voice of San Diego show.

Election officials and poll workers are actively looking for illegal intimidation near polls and increasingly speaking up to say they’ll prosecute attempts at voter intimidation.

The four Democratic-appointed judges in the minority noted that registered felons could be prosecuted for voting, and that even eligible felons on the rolls may choose not to vote to avoid being charged with a crime.

She sent copies of Dwyer-Jones’ text messages to the Board of Overseers of the Bar, an independent judicial agency under the state Supreme Court that investigates and prosecutes attorney misconduct in Maine.

So far, the Treasury has not prosecuted any ransomware victims—or industry partners who help make ransomware payments—for breaching sanctions laws.

It also means that neither the city attorney’s office, which prosecutes misdemeanors, nor the district attorney’s office, which prosecutes felonies, is involved.