The resignation of the President is not constitutional because he did that under duress and threat.
And a few bright shopkeepers had actually sussed that more people actually went into their shops to look, and then maybe buy, if they weren't being menaced under duress to do so.
Most of the few cars that pass are American relics of the Batista era, battered but much restored; they rattle and wheeze like beasts of burden driven forward under duress .
confessions extracted under duress
He told this correspondent that he did not concede that it was withdrawn under duress , because of the agitation mounted by the communal organisations but described it as an appropriate step.
Military experts point out that that code of conduct is a moral guide, not a legal guide, and that statements made under duress or torture are rarely punished or reprimanded.
Today there is much overlap with the common law principle of duress as this principle has subsequently been developed.
There were a lot of stories around before the election that people were urged to vote under duress .
At the end of the day, your Honours, the issue was whether or not a person who is not an employee can bring proceedings for the contravention of statutory duress .
My wife was forced under extreme duress to sign consent orders which are not in the best interests of the children.