198) Thus, the petitioner's position, at least, was that actual killing in the course of an enumerated felony was capitally
punishable only if it was at least reckless.
17) These effects are evident both nationally and--perhaps more importantly--within the most capitally
active state jurisdictions.
On its face, Michelson's Table 3 regression finds that minorities who kill whites (identified in the first row of the table) are capitally
charged at a rate 11 percentage points higher than all other crimes, controlling for 11 other variables that relate to where the crime occurred, the nature of the crime and the defendant, and whether the defendant was represented by a public defender.
Dickens," Thomas Carlyle told his friends, "does it capitally
crime of violence at age 20, and was not punished capitally
or with life
The notion of place was capitally
important for Perec, and it is one that echoes incessantly throughout his work.
He thought that the laws in place should be fully adequate in that those who carried out piratical acts could be tried in the Supreme Court of Judicature in Bengal and "punished capitally
Externally the Pavilion was exceedingly plain, but it was most admirably fitted up internally for its intended use; beautifully decorated, well ventilated, and capitally
floored for dancing throughout.
Pamela Armstrong was a capitally
merry Alice who popped out the role's difficult, exposed top notes with exquisite finesse--I've never heard a better.
7), with the power of inflicting capital punishment or of punishing criminals capitally
(Digest, de Iurisd.
In the canonical example, justifying the institution of capital punishment itself calls for a different kind of justification than justifying capitally
punishing a particular person under the institution of capital punishment.
1841, 376) We are told that during the French revolution, some individuals were punished capitally
, for raising cattle instead of wheat.