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Execution (disambiguation)

Execution is the act of putting a person to death, in execution of a judicial sentence of death, which is also known as capital punishment. Execution may also refer to:

                                               

Parate execution

Parate execution also known as Parate executie also simply known as the Parate is a practical foreclosure procedural law which allows the sale of mortgaged properties without going through legal and formal court proceedings. Hence this procedure ...

                                               

List of botched executions

John Babbacombe Lee, 1885, survived three attempts to hang him for murder William Kemmler, 1890, electrocution, 2 charges, 8 minutes. Blood vessels under the skin ruptured and bled Wallace Wilkerson, 1879, died from bleeding 15 minutes after shot ...

                                               

The Valhalla Murders

The Valhalla Murders is an eight-episode police procedural television series produced in Iceland, originally airing there in 2019, then released worldwide in 2020 on Netflix.

                                               

Murders of Fuillerat and Routerberg

On February 24, 2017, at around 6:30, Vincente Fuillerat, armed with a shotgun, murdered his wife, Lisa Fuillerat and her partner, Samara Routerberg. Fuillerat then wrote a suicide note pinned it to his vest and killed himself with his own weapon ...

                                               

Perfect murder

Perfect murder may refer to: Perfect murder, a murder that left no clue to trace the perpetrators "A Prefect Murder", an episode of the science fiction television series Farscape A Perfect Murder, 1998 remake of the 1954 film Dial M for Murder Pe ...

                                               

A Murder of Crows

Sword of the Stars: A Murder of Crows, a 2006 expansion to the video game Sword of the Stars A Murder of Crows, the second episode of season 5 of the FX series Justified A Murder of Crows, a play written in 1992 by Mac Wellman A Murder of Crows f ...

                                               

Murder One

Murder One TV series, American legal serial broadcast on ABC in 1995–96 Murder 1 film, first installment, in 2004, of Bollywood film series, Murder

                                               

Robert Shapiro

Robert B. Shapiro born 1938, American businessman, former CEO of Monsanto Robert Shapiro Chicago businessman, American CEO of Emlin cosmetics Robert Shapiro lawyer born 1942, American civil litigator Robert Shapiro chemist 1935–2011, American pro ...

                                               

Becket (disambiguation)

Becket is a Tony Award-winning play about Thomas Becket, written in French by Jean Anouilh. Becket may also refer to: In film Becket 1924 film, a 1924 silent film based on the play by Alfred Tennyson Becket 1964 film, a 1964 film based on the pla ...

                                               

David Freiheit

Freiheit grew up in Montreal, Quebec, as the youngest of five siblings. He enjoyed creating videos. He studied Creative Arts at Dawson College and received his Bachelor of Arts at McGill University. He then received his civil law degree from Univ ...

                                               

Jennifer H. Rearden

Jennifer Hutchison Rearden is an American lawyer from New York who is a nominee to be a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.

                                               

Vice-Chancellor (disambiguation)

Vice-Chancellor or vice chancellor may mean: Chancellor of the High Court of Justice of England and Wales, a British judicial position, formerly known as the Vice-Chancellor Swiss Vice-Chancellor, one of two senior deputies to the Swiss Federal C ...

                                               

FTE

Flow-through entity, a corporate legal entity where income flows, untaxed, to investors Full-time equivalent, the total number of hours contracted to a group of employees, divided by the hours worked by a full-time employee Flows to equity, a met ...

                                               

La Celia Aritha Prince

La Celia Aritha Prince became Ambassador of St. Vincent and the Grenadines to the United States on May 30, 2008. Prince was the youngest ambassador in the Washington diplomatic corps.

                                               

Recorder

Recorder often refers to: Recorder musical instrument, a woodwind musical instrument in the flute family Recorder or The Recorder may also refer to:

                                               

Mustafa Koçak

Mustafa Koçak was a political prisoner arrested in Turkey on September 23, 2017, a court sentenced him to an aggravated life sentence based on witness statements. Koçak was sentenced to aggravated life imprisonment for "violation of the Constitut ...

                                               

Polish judicial disciplinary panel law

The Polish judicial disciplinary panel law is legislation approved by the Sejm on 20 December 2019, but not yet ratified into law. The bill empowers the Disciplinary Chamber at the Supreme Court of Poland to punish judges who engage in "political ...

                                               

Vlachs (disambiguation)

Vlachs are a historical ethnic group in Southeastern Europe Vlachs of Vlach may also refer to: Vlachs in medieval Serbia, a distinctive group in medieval Serbia Moravian Vlachs, historical European ethnic group Vlach Quartet, musical ensemble Vla ...

                                               

Leges

Leges may refer to: Literature Laws dialogue Platos last and longest dialogue Ancient Roman law Leges provinciae, 146 BC laws concerning the regulation and administration of Roman provinces Leges Clodiae, series of laws passed by the Plebeian Cou ...

                                               

Landrecht

Landrecht means "law of the land", "state law", "land law" or "state jurisdiction". Specifically it may refer to the following: Various laws: Landrecht medieval, the law of a state of the Holy Roman Empire in medieval and early modern times Allge ...

                                               

Murder of Anthony Avalos

Anthony Avalos was a ten-year-old American boy tortured and murdered by his mother and her boyfriend. When he was discovered, his body showed signs of physical abuse and malnutrition. His mother, Heather Barron, and her boyfriend, Kareem Leiva, w ...

                                               

Ancillae

Ancillae or ancilla was the term for female house slaves in Europe during the middle ages. Ancillae had been the common title for female house slaves during the Roman Empire. In Medieval Europe, slavery was gradually replaced by serfdom, but a sm ...

                                               

List of coupled siblings

While cousin marriage is legal in most countries, and avunculate marriage is legal in many, sexual relations between siblings are considered incestuous almost universally. Sibling incest is legally prohibited in most countries worldwide. It was h ...

                                               

Trapp Family

The Trapp Family were a singing family of the former Austrian naval commander Georg von Trapp. The family achieved fame in their original singing career in their native Austria during the interwar period. They also performed in the United States ...

                                               

Centro Nacional de Conservação da Flora

The Centro Nacional de Conservação da Flora is a Brazilian nonprofit organization that determines conservation statuses of various Brazilian plant species. It intends to create a Red List of plants – a reference work of assessments of the state o ...

                                               

Pornography in Bulgaria

The production and distribution of pornography in Bulgaria is illegal. Pornography films and online distribution of sexual content are illegal. Bulgaria lacks pornographic production companies. However, people are allowed to watch and download po ...

                                               

Maria Augustin

Maria Augustin was a Finnish businessperson. She is known for the many legal cases based on her right to conduct business as an unmarried woman.

                                               

One Tree Planted

One Tree Planted is a 501 charity with a mission to help global reforestation efforts. The organization is built on a network of individuals, businesses, and schools who either donate monitarily or volunteer to help plant trees around the world. ...

                                               

Libya–Tunisia border

The border starts in the north on the Mediterranean coast at Ras Agedir/Adjir, proceeding overland southwards and then south-westwards via a series of irregular lines down to the tripoint with Algeria.

                                               

Egypt–Libya border

The border starts in the north on the Mediterranean coast at the Gulf of Sallum. It then proceeds overland roughly southwards via series of irregular lines that frequently veer south-west or south-east, before reaching the 25th meridian east. The ...

                                               

Libya–Sudan border

The border starts in the north at the tripoint with Egypt on Gabal El Uweinat, proceeding south along the 25th meridian east for 223 km 138 m down to the 20th parallel north. It then turns west along this parallel for 105 km 65 m, before turning ...

                                               

Egypt–Sudan border

The Egypt–Sudan border is 1.276 km in length and runs from the tripoint with Libya in the west to the Red Sea in the east. The eastern section of the border is subject to a territorial dispute between the two states.

                                               

Stay

Stay of proceedings, a ruling halting further legal process in a trial Stay of execution, a ruling to temporarily suspend the enforcement of a court judgment

                                               

Agreement Concerning Cooperation in the Exploration and Use of Outer Space for Peaceful Purposes

The Agreement Concerning Cooperation in the Exploration and Use of Outer Space for Peaceful Purposes was an agreement between the United States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics which established a legal framework for the Apo ...

                                               

Richard Hillebrand Morgan

Lieutenant Colonel Richard Hillebrand Morgan, VD, CLIV was a Ceylonese lawyer. He was the commanding officer of the Ceylon Light Infantry Volunteers. Born to Sir Richard Francis Morgan, 13th Queens Advocate of Ceylon and acting Chief Justice of C ...

                                               

Smile (disambiguation)

Smile software, a Macintosh programming and working environment Unicode U+2323 ⌣ SMILE, a symbol in the Miscellaneous Technical Unicode block SMILE project, a program supported by the Directorate-General for the Environment of the European Commis ...

                                               

CHF

Chicago Humanities Festival, a foundation which organizes an annual series of lectures, concerts, and films Community Health Fund, a Tanzanian health insurance scheme Chi Heng Foundation, a Hong Kong-based non-governmental organisation dedicated ...

                                               

Rahil Najaf

Born in the Neftchala region of the Republic of Azerbaijan. He graduated from the Faculty of Theology of Baku State University in 2005. In 2012 he defended his dissertation on irrational philosophical approaches of the Eastern philosophers at the ...

                                               

Coulter Law

In Australian rules football, The Coulter Law was a ruling instituted by the Victorian Football League in 1930 that capped payments and outlawed signing-on bonuses and other inducements for VFL players.

                                               

William Felton

William Felton may refer to: William Locker Pickmore Felton 1812–1877, Canadian lawyer and politician William Felton coachmaker, 18th century London coachmaker, 36 Leather Lane, Holborn William Harrell Felton 1823–1909, American politician Willia ...

                                               

Aborigines Protection Act 1909

The Aborigines Protection Act 1909 was a New South Wales statute that repealed the Supply of Liquors to Aborigines Prevention Act 1867 with the aim of providing for the protection and care of Aboriginal people in New South Wales, Australia. The A ...

                                               

Aborigines Act 1969

The Aborigines Act 1969 was a New South Wales statute that repealed the Aborigines Protection Act 1909, abolished the Aborigines Welfare Board, included Aboriginal children under the same welfare legislation as non-Aboriginal children, amended th ...

                                               

Aboriginal Lands Trust Act 1966

The Aboriginal Lands Trust Act 1966 is the short titles of an Act of the Parliament of South Australia, assented to on 8 December 1966, with the long title An Act to establish an Aboriginal Lands Trust, to define the powers and functions thereof, ...

                                               

Underwater Cultural Heritage Act 2018

The Underwater Cultural Heritage Act 2018 is an Australian Act of Parliament designed "to protect shipwrecks, sunken aircraft and their associated artefacts, that occurred 75 or more years ago, regardless of whether their location is known". Othe ...

                                               

Dont Ask, Dont Tell (disambiguation)

"Dont Ask, Dont Tell" Roseanne, a 1994 episode of Roseanne "Dont Ask, Dont Tell" Ugly Betty, a 2007 episode of Ugly Betty Dont Ask Dont Tell film, a 2002 comedy film

                                               

Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1983

The Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1983 is a New South Wales statute that was established to return land to Aboriginal peoples through a process of lodging claims for certain Crown lands and the establishment of Aboriginal Land Councils. The Act repe ...

                                               

Aliens Deportation Act 1948

The Aliens Deportation Act 1948 was a piece of Australian legislation that formed part of the White Australia policy. The act gave the government sweeping powers to deport aliens. Minister for Immigration Arthur Calwell, who introduced the act, e ...

                                               

Poynings Law (confirmation of English statutes)

An Act confirming all the Statutes made in England is an act passed by the Parliament of Ireland which gave all statutes "late made" by the Parliament of England the force of law in the Lordship of Ireland. It was passed by Poynings Parliament, a ...

                                               

Constitution (Amendment No. 4) Act 1927

The Constitution Act 1927 was an Act of the Oireachtas of the Irish Free State amending the Constitution of the Irish Free State which had been adopted in 1922. It amended Article 28 of the Constitution to increase the period of Dail Eireann from ...