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"I have been more pained," said she, "by her endeavors to acquit him than by all the rest; for it irritates her mind more than the most perfect conviction of his unworthiness can do.
"I hinted nothing to him about my 'final conviction,' but it appeared to me that he had guessed it from my words.
Here was I, with my days numbered, and he, a man in the full vigour of life, living in the present, without the slightest thought for 'final convictions,' or numbers, or days, or, in fact, for anything but that which-which--well, which he was mad about, if he will excuse me the expression--as a feeble author who cannot express his ideas properly.
The distressing explanation she had to make to Harriet, and all that poor Harriet would be suffering, with the awkwardness of future meetings, the difficulties of continuing or discontinuing the acquaintance, of subduing feelings, concealing resentment, and avoiding eclat, were enough to occupy her in most unmirthful reflections some time longer, and she went to bed at last with nothing settled but the conviction of her having blundered most dreadfully.
With all the force of my conviction, I answer, NO!'
"Well, Ned, I repeat it with a conviction resting on the logic of facts.
"A future life?" Prince Andrew repeated, but Pierre, giving him no time to reply, took the repetition for a denial, the more readily as he knew Prince Andrew's former atheistic convictions.
Unless the conviction is specifically suspended by the appellate court by assigning cogent reasons therefore, or the appeal of the appellant is ultimately allowed and his conviction as well as sentence are set aside by the appellate court, the conviction of the appellant would continue to hold the field and the disqualification incurred by him by reason of this conviction shall remain intact,' says a seven-page order authored by Supreme Court's Justice Ijazul Ahsan.
'It is the conviction of the accused which is relevant in the context of Article 63(1)(h) of the Constitution (disqualification) and Section 27 (2)(i) of the Punjab Local Government Act (PLGA) 2013,' observed Justice Ijaz-ul-Ahsan in an eight-page verdict announced on Monday.
The State contends that the circuit court erred in awarding Harrison sentence credit, because the time Harrison spent serving initial confinement in first one, and then the other, case in which the convictions were subsequently vacated was not time "spent in custody in connection with the course of conduct for which the sentence was imposed" in the non-vacated cases, as required under WIS.
That 2018 conviction rate is 46.62 percentage points, or 133 percent, higher than the 35 percent conviction rate in 2017.
? There was also a conviction for assaulting a prison custody officer.