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  • Gary Glitter challenges convictions - MSN

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    Former pop star Gary Glitter - who was found guilty of sexually abusing three schoolgirls - is challenging his conviction. His application will be heard by three ...

  • Kendall Jenner: ‘I’ve never been that scared before!’

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    ... six months in jail if convicted of the trespassing or misdemeanor stalking charges He already has several trespassing convictions unrelated to Jenner to his ...

  • Trump Deportation Plan May Be ‘Impossible’

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    Or he could just start rounding up people without convictions. msn entertainment. search entertainment search entertainment web search. Sign in. Change language and ...

  • Eddie Izzard dons make-up, heels and nail varnish to give ...

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    The court heard Penny has five previous convictions for possession of cannabis and two common assaults in 2012. Penny, of Pimlico, ...

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    Doss was a combat medic who bore his faith and traded in his weapons for medical supplies and his moral convictions. Doss is the subject of the new Mel Gibson movie, ...

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  • Conviction | Definition of Conviction by Merriam-Webster

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    Convictions for shoplifting have made it difficult for her to get a job. a person of deep convictions. They share my strong conviction that the policy is misguided.

  • Convictions | Define Convictions at Dictionary.com

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    Convictions definition, a fixed or firm belief: No clever argument, no persuasive fact or theory could make a dent in his conviction in the rightness of his position.

  • Conviction - Wikipedia

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    Criminal procedure; Criminal trials and convictions: Rights of the accused; Fair trial; Speedy trial; Jury trial; Counsel; Presumption of innocence; Exclusionary rule 1

  • Conviction - definition of conviction by The Free Dictionary

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    Define conviction. conviction synonyms, conviction pronunciation, conviction ... creed, tenet Their religious convictions prevented them from taking up arms. 2 ...

  • Conviction | Define Conviction at Dictionary.com

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    Conviction definition, a fixed or firm belief: No clever argument, no persuasive fact or theory could make a dent in his conviction in the rightness of his position.

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