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bezprawnie {adv}wrongfully
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Translation for 'wrongfully' from English to Polish

bezprawnie {adv}
Usage Examples English
  • Arthur Paul Carmona (February 5, 1982 – February 17, 2008) served more than two years in prison after being wrongfully convicted of two armed robberies on the basis of eyewitness testimony.
  • Barry is wrongfully accused of paedophilia.
  • Button now spearheads the Western Australian Innocence Project which aims to free the wrongfully convicted.
  • "Starting that day, Hunt devoted his life to reforming a criminal justice system that had stripped him of nearly two decades of his life, becoming a globally known advocate for the wrongfully convicted with a similar kind of grace he showed Jefferson."
  • Also, no food was dropped using parachutes during operations Manna and Chowhound, as is often wrongfully claimed.
  • November 8th, 1944, Henry, and the boys are released from the case for being wrongfully convicted.
  • The Guildford Four were wrongfully convicted of the bombings in October 1975 and sentenced to life in prison.
  • There are unfavorable psychological effects to those who were wrongfully sanctioned, even in the absence of any public knowledge.
  • A bipartisan group of United States senators have lobbied for the State Department to designate Fogel as wrongfully detained.
  • Bring Our Families Home (BOFH) is a campaign by family members of American hostages and wrongfully held detainees advocating for their immediate release.
  • In January 2022, McKnight made headlines after he introduced a bill named after George Stinney, a 14-year old black boy who was wrongfully executed in 1944, titled the George Stinney Fund, which would make the state of South Carolina pay $10 million to the families of the wrongfully executed if their conviction is posthumously overturned.
  • In 2008, Drizin co-founded the Center on Wrongful Convictions of Youth (CWCY), the nation's first innocence project dedicated to the representation and advocacy of wrongfully convicted children and adolescents.
  • (5) Power to issue search-warrant for discovery of persons wrongfully confined, Section 100.
  • In 2010, White voiced support for a posthumous exoneration of Cameron Todd Willingham, who is believed by many to be wrongfully convicted and executed for arson and murdering his three daughters.
  • It has succeeded in freeing more than 34 wrongfully incarcerated individuals since its inception in 1999, who have spent a combination of more than 570 years wrongfully in prison.
  • David Milgaard (July 7, 1952 – May 15, 2022) was a Canadian man who was wrongfully convicted for the 1969 rape and murder of nursing student Gail Miller in Saskatoon and imprisoned for 23 years.
  • Emblem has also volunteered her time to free wrongfully convicted prisoners through the California Innocence Project.
  • DeWayne McKinney was an ATM entrepreneur and wrongfully convicted and imprisoned man.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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