But I'm not guiltyof disclosure, leaking it to the press, or anything like that.
In the notes, Barton also pleads not guiltyto the 1993 murder of his first wife and her mother (he had been the prime suspect in the case), saying "there's no reason for me to lie now."
As I see it, Columbine hit more of a cultural chord than the Atlanta murders because Americans are in turmoil about children and teen-agers: On the one hand, everyone's political agenda is rationalized as protecting children, whether it's censorship and drug testing or welfare and gun control; on the other, adults are fearful of young people, feel that they're out of control, and at the same time guiltyabout the many ways kids are being shortchanged in this enormously pressured, work-obsessed, and uptight environment.
This piece reports that the solemnity of the voting was disturbed by murmuring in the press gallery only when Republican Senators Stevens, Thompson and Warner voted not guiltyon the perjury article.
Citing the Tacoma News-Tribune , the LAT says he pleaded guiltyin the knife case.
I also know I'm as guiltyas anyone of overhyping The Sopranos .
It would be OK if you hated South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut ; what worried me was that you said you felt guiltyfor having laughed.
Salinas was found guiltyby the trial judge of being the author of the successful 1994 assassination of a fast-rising political star.
This bias is evident in the current version of the Declaration of Helsinki, with wording such as, “Extreme care must be taken in making use of placebo-controlled trials.” Thus, the use of placebo is typically presumed “guiltyuntil proven innocent,” while active-controlled designs are presumed “innocent until proven guilty.” The declaration is silent on the possibility that omitting placebo can lead to problems, too, as we have now witnessed with Vioxx.
The fact that I was left feeling upset and more or less speechless by that piece, meta-guiltierthan I've felt in years, made me wonder if this country isn't about to experience a resurgence of old-fashioned circa-1965 liberalism.
The next time you feel guiltybecause you ate the wrong snack food, come back and read this article again.
10 However, where a person is found guilty on indictment in a District Court, or pleads guiltyafter committal to a District Court for trial, a judge may fine up to a maximum of $10,000 where no maximum is prescribed by statute.
We're feeling really guiltythat we can't be in Auckland for the party, but it's just not possible, due to work commitments.
We have enough experts in our own country guiltywith their own responsibility for the unjust prosecution and conviction of day care workers.
Lebreton says that she feel very guiltyat having viewed her father as a monster, when she now knows that he never harmed her physically or sexually.
Reasonable doubt may be a “sow's ear,’ but the jury understands that the judge is telling them to be damned sure the defendant is guiltybefore they hang him.
Don't feel guiltyif you're pregnant.
The Alibis: Not GuiltyThisbandof good Kiwi lads play somewhere in Louis-Jordan-meets Asleep-At-The-Wheel territory, keep it lean, mean and tight, avoid the obvious songs, manage to sound not too imitative of their idols, and swing like the dickens.