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Probation in criminal law is a period of supervision over an offender, ordered by the court ... By the mid-19th century, however, many Federal Courts were using a judicial reprieve to suspend sentence, and this posed a legal question. In 1916 ...


Definition of reprieve in the Legal Dictionary - by Free online English dictionary and ... Associated concepts: executive reprieve, judicial reprieve, pardon ...


A Reprieve temporarily postpones a punishment. Edit ... Who is in the judicial? ... Reprieve, however, is, and it means an ease or suspension of something. Edit.


Reprieve definition, to delay the impending punishment or sentence of (a condemned person). See more.


The definition of a reprieve is an escape, either permanently or temporarily, from expected punishment or consequences. An example of reprieve is when you ...


REPRIEVE. This term is derived from reprendre, to take back, and signifies the withdrawing of a sentence for an interval of time, and operates in delay of ...


Pardons, Reprieves, Commutations and Respites. How Do These Releases Differ? As in most states, the Governor has the authority to alter the sentence of a  ...


The terms COMMUTATION, REPRIEVE, & REMISSION are related to the pardoning power of ... What is the difference between the terms "commutation," " reprieve," and "remission" of sentences in the context of the Indian judiciary? .... It would be easier to remember the definitions if one read them along with news items.


Nov 5, 2011 ... Do these powers come under Judicial Review? ... The meaning of these terms is as follows: ... (1) The President shall have the power to grant pardons, reprieves, respites or remission of punishment or to suspend remit or ...