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  • He also said that the court martial had improperly failed to separate the charges that each defendant faced.
  • The House Ethics Committee found he had improperly used campaign funds for personal expenses.
  • The court found that the trial judge had improperly refused to allow a government auditor to testify.
  • He resigned in September 2011 after allegations that he and his wife had improperly been allocated government land.
  • U.S. officials later said that there was no evidence that Prouty had improperly disclosed any information to anyone.
  • In fact a whole section on how Joe Modise had improperly influenced the selection process was deleted.
  • In 1936, the committee went a step further to prove that the same companies had improperly influenced Republicans in Congress.
  • Defense attorneys had argued that MacDonald had improperly approved death sentences prior to their clients being provided with informed legal advice.
  • It must have been the man who had sneezed or who had improperly cut the barbed wire; he wanted o show Fritz that he could die game. Cited from Over The Top, by Arthur Guy Empey
  • The Mexican federal auditor also opened an investigation into whether the national lottery and the president's office had improperly channeled public funds into the foundation.
  • He claimed that the planning commission had improperly rushed the application process in an attempt to avoid a panic among the local population - a claim that was dismissed by the director of the commission.
  • It held that the D.C. Zoning Commission had improperly lifted its construction ban without providing a written justification.
  • It declared bankruptcy in 2004, three months after federal auditors determined that the institute had improperly sought grant money to cover unrelated expenses.
  • Conservative judges on the Sixth Circuit claimed that then-Chief Martin had improperly steered the case to a more liberal panel.
  • However, the two men had improperly packed their own ammunition and the shots did not penetrate Eto's skull.
  • The defense argued that the prosecution had improperly used evidence, including hearsay, and that the original jury instructions were problematic.
  • The FEC ruled that the Shapp campaign had improperly reported contributions from five states of the twenty state minimum requirement for federal funding.
  • Portman's claim that China had improperly favored domestic auto parts became the first successful trade suit against China in the World Trade Organization.
  • A court-appointed administrator of the Teamsters had ruled that McCarthy had improperly awarded the printing contract but did not seek charges against him.
  • The final argument in Tillman's appeal was that the court had improperly excluded a notebook containing field notes from a police department social worker.
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