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Not a pardon, but when Trump granted a commutation to former Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, the order left intact his $4.7 million federal restitution obligation, and his 3-year term of supervised release. From the Detroit Free Press article.


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YES The pardon power is granted by Article 2 of US Constitution: The President ... shall have Power to grant Reprieves and Pardons for Offenses against the United States, except in Cases of impeachment. The pardon power include the power to grant pardons, conditional pardons, commutations of sentence, conditional commutations of sentence, remissions of ...


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Yes Presidential pardons only deal with breaches of Federal law. So, if the punishment is a fine then that penalty is waived. However, if the fine is punishment for breach of state law, the pardon does not touch it - he would need a pardon from the relevant state Governor(s). But Anthony Levandowski is not being punished with a fine, he was punished with a ...


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According to the DoJ, A commutation may include remission (release) of the financial obligations that are imposed as part of a sentence, such as payment of a fine or restitution. A remission applies only to the part of the financial obligation that has not already been paid. The Brookings Institute offers a slightly different (more detailed) opinion. If a ...


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Unfortunately you don't name the articles your referring to. A quick look list the following articals where carcan is used: §§ 8(1),22,24,28,36,56,67 ARTICLE 8. (Page 91 of PDF) 1811 edition The infamous [Entehrende, dishonour] penalties are, 1 ° The stock [carcan, Der Pranger] ; 2 ° Banishment; 3 ° Civic degradation. Note: §7 afflicting and infamous ...


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The legal hook is reported to be §129 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, which authorizes use of force to disperse an illegal assembly, which this sort of is. No statute that I can find states that police can smack lawbreakers who are forced to disperse, but as is common in common law countries, the laws of India are not fully explicit on that which is ...


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