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Ryan Esquierdo was allowed to plead guilty to a reduced charge of culpable homicide - despite victim Stuart Walker suffering "extreme and explosive violence".
WORCESTER - The last of three co-defendants charged with murder in the 2008 fatal stabbing of a Westboro man during an attempted drug robbery pleaded guilty yesterday to a reduced charge of manslaughter.
If airports reduced charges by 10% and concentrated on a viable flight programme, they could justify their case, but increasing the price without adding to its flight traffic will be financial suicide.
A us Marine private who pleaded guilty to reduced charges in the killing of an innocent Iraqi civilian has been sentenced to 18 months in custody.
In an agreement, Edwards pleaded no contest -- the equivalent of a guilty plea in a criminal case -- to a reduced charge of causing a public nuisance.
The card will allow Welsh residents who get a prescription from an English GP to benefit from the reduced charge if the medicine is dispensed at a Welsh pharmacy.
: Estanislao Martinez, having cited transgender panic and pleaded guilty to reduced charges in the killing of Joel Robles, a transgender woman he went home with and then killed after discovering she was biologically male, received a three-year sentence for voluntary manslaughter, plus an additional year for using scissors as a weapon.
Of course in some cases, plea bargaining means shorter jail terms and reduced charges (assuming it wasn't overcharged in the first place).