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- Misprision (from Old French: mesprendre, modern French: se méprendre, "to misunderstand") is a term of English law used to describe certain kinds of offence...
- Misprision of treason is an offence found in many common law jurisdictions around the world, having been inherited from English law. It is committed by...
- Misprision of felony is an offence under the common law of England that is no longer active in many common law countries. Where it was or is active, it...
- Compounding treason Conspiracy Criminal facilitation Incitement Misprision Misprision of felony Misprision of treason Offences under the Racketeer Influenced and...
- Ivri) – Mishpat Ivri (Hebrew law) – Misjoinder – Misnomer – Misprision of a felony – Misprision of treason – Misrepresentation – Mistake of law – Mistrial –...
- Davison was arrested, thrown into the Tower of London, and found guilty of misprision. He was released nineteen months later after Cecil and Walsingham interceded...
- Alert Citizen's arrest Clameur de haro Nightwalker statute Misprision#Negative misprision T.C.A. 8-10-108(b): ...according to the 1960 federal census...
- against justice Compounding Malfeasance in office Miscarriage of justice Misprision Obstruction Perjury Perverting the course of justice Crimes against the...
- misdemeanor is an archaic term in English Law for a number of positive misprisions, neglects and contempts. A good example of this is treason. The most...
- prosecuted or tried again for the same offence or fact as high treason or misprision of high treason; and that nothing in this Act contained shall be construed...
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