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1. He added there was clear culpability on the part of the government.
2. After the accident, the company refused to accept culpability.
3. It suggests too why establishing personal culpability is not the issue.
4. His words called to mind our own culpability, which we find hard to admit.
5. It grossly exaggerates the amount of subjective culpability.
6. “The members who voted no will have some culpability, ” he said.
7. The degree of culpability depends on the gravity of the subject matter, knowledge and freedom, as traditional moral teaching tells us.
8. Not just questions of legal culpability, but engineering and other scientific questions could have been answered in time to stop 36 days of oil pumping into the Gulf.
9. We don't delve into their culpability under law but their membership in this party ends.
10. As for Goldman’s culpability, or that of particular executives at the firm, I would prefer to wait until all the evidence is in.
11. Which brings me to the culpability of those who are only now facing up to the G.O.P.’s craziness.
12. The punishment should be proportionate to the gravity of the offence and the degree of culpability of the offender.
13. Wright was speaking an old-pol language whose oiliness, in the emerging era of brutal Newt-speak, seemed to exude culpability.
14. The rule has a flavour of seriousness which suggests some moral culpability.
15. Because in the act of explanation he would have to reveal his past culpability, and this would place him in jeopardy.
16. The cast's work is deceptively effortless, slowly accentuating the suspension and narrowing the focus of culpability.
17. Diplomats say that immunity should not be used to avoid culpability, but it has had a meaningful place in international law.
18. In such circumstances actual results influence judgments of responsibility and culpability even though the agent did not contemplate the result which occurred.
19. If the cash were not forthcoming, the African Union (AU) might take a case to a court of arbitration and ask it to judge overall culpability for climate change.
20. "Anything that defense attorneys can have to latch onto to save their client's life or to lessen their client's culpability, they will do it[sentencedict.com], " Lecroy-Schemel says.
21. And that, he and others say, could upend our notions of culpability, crime and punishment.
22. Diplomats say it will also make it harder for North Korea ’s main ally, China, not to accept the regime’s culpability.
23. They have influenced the courts to achieve the same rights as people, with none of the culpability or responsibility.
24. The principle of liability without fault refers to the assumption of liability with no regard to the culpability of the tortfeasor.
25. But these references are deleted, as are disputes between the Justice and State Departments over Switzerland’s culpability in the months leading up to a major report on the issue.
26. Well, if that was the case, we'd make the same argument for individuals with low emotional IQ — that maybe they're not as deserving of punishment, not as deserving of culpability, etc.
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27. As if the estrangement between them had come of any culpability of hers.
28. The offence, as now defined in English law, covers a wide spectrum of culpability.
29. In the juridical practice of crimes of producing and marketing toxic and foods, the subjective aspects of doer knowingly or not is the critical limits of culpability or not.
30. Further investigation will be needed to confirm or rule out the alleged culpability.
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