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Alibi

An alibi is a form of defense used in criminal procedure wherein the accused attempts to prove that he or she was in some other place at the time the alleged offense was committed. The Criminal Law Deskbook of Criminal Procedure states: `Alibi is different from all of the other defenses; it is based upon the premise that the defendant is truly in....
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alibi

[n] - (law) a defense by an accused person purporting to show that he or she could not have committed the crime in question 2. [v] - exonerate by means of an alibi
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Alibi

• (n.) The plea or mode of defense under which a person on trial for a crime proves or attempts to prove that he was in another place when the alleged act was committed; as, to set up an alibi; to prove an alibi.
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alibi

noun (law) a defense by an accused person purporting to show that he or she could not have committed the crime in question
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Alibi

[language game] Alibi is a language game spoken by children in Australia. It is not a true language, instead an obfuscation of English. It is a system of manipulating the syllables of spoken words to render them incomprehensible to the untrained ear. The language can be easily mentally encoded and decoded by a skilled speaker at the rate of...
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Alibi

[NCIS] == Plot == The team goes out to investigate a fatal hit and run near Quantico, and manage to gather enough evidence to lead them to Marine Staff Sergeant Justin Dunne. After being arrested, Dunne requests an attorney, and hires former FBI agent Carrie Clark, who also happens to be an old acquaintance of the team. Dunne tells Carrie t...
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Alibi

[play] Alibi is a 1928 play by Michael Morton based on The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, a novel by British crime writer Agatha Christie. It opened at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London`s West End on 15 May 1928, starring Charles Laughton as Hercule Poirot. It was deemed a success and ran for 250 performances closing on 7 December 1928. It wa...
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Alibi

[TV channel] Alibi is a digital television channel broadcasting in the United Kingdom and Ireland, as part of the UKTV network of channels. The channel launched on 1 November 1997 and relaunched in its current format on 7 October 2008. The channel is available on satellite through Sky, on cable, primarily through Virgin Media and Smallworld...
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Alibi

Al'i·bi noun [ Latin , elsewhere, at another place. See Alias .] (Law) The plea or mode of defense under which a person on trial for a crime proves or attempts to prove that he was in another place when the alleged act was committed; as, to set up an alibi ; to prove an alibi
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Alibi

A defence that someone accused of a crime was not there at the time and could not have committed the offence.
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Alibi

A defence that someone accused of a crime was not there at the time and could not have committed the offence.
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Alibi

A defense that asserts that the defendant could not have committed the crime because the defendant was somewhere else when the crime took place.
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alibi

a submission or claim, typically supported by proof/evidence, that an accused person was at a different place from the scene and time of a crime
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alibi

alibi 1. In law, a form of defense whereby a defendant attempts to prove that he or she was elsewhere when the crime in question was committed. 2. The fact of having been elsewhere when a crime in question was committed. 3. An explanation offered to avoid blame or justify action; an excuse. 4. To make an excuse for oneself. 5. To make an excuse...
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Alibi

Alibi is Latin for elsewhere
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Alibi

At another place, Elsewhere
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alibi

In law, a provable assertion that the accused was at some other place when a crime was committed. In Britain it can usually only be used as a defence in a crown court trial if the prosecution is...
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alibi

In law, a provable assertion that the accused was at some other place when a crime was committed
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alibi

Latin, meaning: else where, in other respects
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alibi

Proof offered by defendant that he/she was at some other place at time of crime and thus could not have committed crime charged.
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Alibi

Proof offered by one accused of a crime that he was in a different place from that at which the crime was committed at the time it was committed.
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Alibi

The Latin term 'Alibi' means, in a UK legal context: 'at another place, elsewhere'.
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Alibi

The plea of alibi in a criminal prosecution means that the person accused was elsewhere (alibi) at the time of the commission of the crime. If proved, it is conclusive, however it is a plea easily and frequently fabricated.
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Alibi

v. to increase the value of an asset. Opposed to depreciate, this could be natural or artificial. Inflation, black marketing, rarity of occurance, exceptionally high quality of product, etc. are the situations that can lead to appreciations.
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