convicted in absentia

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  • None of those convicted in absentia served any prison time.
  • Today, legal systems differ on whether individuals can be convicted in absentia.
  • Four men were tried and convicted in absentia for the crime.
  • Some state laws provide for automatic retrial of fugitives who are arrested after being convicted in absentia.
  • He was later convicted in absentia by a French military tribunal and sentenced to ten years in prison which he did not serve.
  • He was convicted in absentia and sentenced to life in prison.
  • He was convicted in absentia in a political process of embezzlement of funds.
  • Noriega was convicted in absentia, but France agreed to give him a new trial if he were extradited.
  • He was convicted in absentia of homicide and was given a two-year sentence which was suspended.
  • He fled from Thailand, was convicted in absentia and has lived in self-imposed exile.
  • He was convicted in absentia of treason after the war.
  • He was convicted in absentia by the French government of participation in the Commune, and given a life sentence.
  • He was later charged and convicted in absentia by Belgium and France for criminal related activities before arriving in New Zealand.
  • Having defaulted on the inquiry he was convicted in absentia and sentenced to death.
  • Later, he was tried and convicted in absentia; without a conviction, the Dutch could not make a legal claim for damages from Germany.
  • He was tried and convicted in absentia in Ethiopia on murder charges, and sentenced to life imprisonment.
  • Two days after the escape, Doherty was convicted in absentia and sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum recommended term of thirty years.
  • Two days after the escape, Magee was convicted in absentia and sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum recommended term of thirty years.
  • Habash was convicted in absentia, after having gone underground when King Hussein proclaimed martial law and banned all political parties.
  • Two days after the escape, Fusco was convicted in absentia and sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum recommended term of thirty years.
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