He noted that during the Marcos regime, there was practically no drug incidence for two years when the dictator Ferdinand Marcos implemented the death penalty
Although the size of the HRRP penalty
has been relatively small for most hospitals, 30-day readmission rates and the associated penalty
for each hospital has been widely disseminated in the news media.
Thus the distribution was not subject to the 10% penalty
6672 imposes a 100% penalty
(trust fund recovery penalty
) on "responsible persons" who willfully fail to pay over to the Service the amount of taxes otherwise due.
period on the $100,000 gift--an "uncompensated transfer"--made in June 2006 does not begin until December 1, 2007, which is when she is both under the resource limit and in the nursing home receiving care and services.
They surrendered an early penalty
kick after what appeared a poor call but rallied not long after for the equalizer.
This is a book that contains too much: extensive legal arguments, accounts of Prejean's activism, recycled material from Dead Man Walking, a chronicle of that book's success, and descriptions of death penalty
developments in the last twelve years.
The order requires The Bank to pay a civil money penalty
of $46,050, which will be remitted to the Federal Emergency Management Agency for deposit into the National Flood Mitigation Fund.
Ever since I first accompanied a man to his execution in 1984, I had wanted to speak to the pope about the death penalty
equal to 50 percent of the interest from the original due date through March 31, 2005 for amounts that become due and payable after March 31, 2005.
stakes could soon become much more severe--see box on page 60.
Ryan began to doubt the fairness of the death penalty
in 1998 when Northwestern University Professor David Protess, investigator Paul Ciolino, and a team of journal-ism students proved Anthony Porter's innocence 48 hours before his scheduled execution.