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  • North Carolina v. Alford Syllabus 565478North Carolina v. Alford — Syllabus Court Documents Opinion of the Court Concurring Opinion
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  • innocence. Alford's attorney recommended that he plead guilty, but left the ultimate decision to Alford himself. The prosecutor agreed to accept a plea of guilty
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 1 Alford, Henry 3375331911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 1 — Alford, Henry ALFORD, HENRY (1810–1871), English divine
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  • North Carolina v. Alford (400 U.S. 25) by William J. Brennan, Jr. Dissent 940427North Carolina v. Alford (400 U.S. 25) — DissentWilliam J. Brennan
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  • North Carolina v. Alford (400 U.S. 25) by Byron White Syllabus 940423North Carolina v. Alford (400 U.S. 25) — SyllabusByron White Court Documents
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  • Ct. 1050, 10 L.Ed.2d 193. Thus, while plea bargaining is not per se unconstitutional, North Carolina v. Alford, 400 U.S. 25, 37-38, 91 S.Ct. 160, 167-168
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  • petitioner changed his plea to guilty. His plea was accepted after the trial judge twice questioned him as to the voluntariness of his plea. [2] Petitioner was
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  • defective capital penalty scheme may impermissibly induce guilty pleas. See, e.g., Alford v. North Carolina, 405 F.2d 340 (C.A.4th Cir. 1968), prob. juris
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  • a plantation in Arkansas. The suit was brought against the McAfees and Alford, for acts which are described by the testimony stated in the first exception
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  • society called the 'Hermathenæ.' Among his especial friends were Henry Alford [q. v.] (afterwards Dean of Canterbury), William Hepworth Thompson [q. v
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  • friendship of some dignitaries of the church of England, among them Deans Alford, Hook, and Stanley, and Archbishops Tait and Magee. In 1856 he delivered
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  • daughters. His eldest son, Lord George Gordon, killed at the battle of Alford in 1645, his second son, James, viscount Aboyne [q. v.], and the third son
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  • McLaughlin, 16 T., 24; Williamson v. Simpson, Id., 444.) The case of Christy v. Alford, (17 How., 601,) shows that such a construction was unheard of then in the
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  • the emoluments of St. Stephen's, of which he was deprived and Theophilus Alford admitted as his successor, on 29 May 1661. He wrote strenuously against
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  • Epistle written by him contains many words employed by him nowhere else. Alford gives a list of thirty-two apax legomena in this Epistle, and of these eighteen
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  • Remonstrance, on 6 May 1628, Littleton declared, in reply to a question by Edward Alford, that by the confirmation of the statutes without explanation the subject
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  • 1920. Aldington, Richard: English and American, Poetry, May, 1920. Alford, Henry: A Plea for the Queen’s English; London, 1863. Allen, Grant: Americanisms
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  • failed and the attack kept up, and eight years afterward the Very Rev. Henry Alford, D.D., dean of Canterbury, led a famous assault. “Look at those phrases
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  • ἐπιούσιος="required for our subsistence, proper for our sustenance.” See Alford in loc. Ex. xix. 6. The derivation is philologically incorrect, for οὐσία
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  • states composing the Union.' Mr. Justice Stone, writing for the Court in Alford v. United States, 282 U.S. 687, 692, 51 S.Ct. 218, 219, 75 L.Ed. 624, declared
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