New DNA tests have failed to clear a Texas inmate given a reprieve by Gov.
George W. Bush last month just minutes before he was to be executed on rape
Jun 15, 2012 ... President Barack Obama gives reprieve to young illegal immigrants ... many hard
-liners who called it another example of backdoor amnesty.
10 example sentences for Reprieve. Read this page and learn how to use
Reprieve in a sentence.
Examples of REPRIEVE. He was sentenced to death but then reprieved. The
library has been reprieved and will remain open for at least another year.
A reprieve is merely a temporary postponement of a criminal sentence. For
example, the president may decide to delay the death penalty for an individual.
A reprieve is a break in or cancellation of a painful or otherwise lousy situation ...
That prisoner is given a reprieve and will be allowed to live. ... Usage Examples.
Definition of reprieve in the Legal Dictionary - by Free online English dictionary ...
Reprieves are sometimes granted ex necessitate legis; for example, when a ...
Reprieve definition, to delay the impending punishment or sentence of (a
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Definition of “reprieve” | The official Collins English Dictionary online. ... reprieve;
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