Here are some examples of manslaughter arising from extenuatory considerations in fact.
‘Unless there are the most extenuating circumstances, a person convicted of murder can expect no clemency until he or she has served an extremely lengthy sentence,’ Mr Holmes said.
The extenuatory sentencing circumstances are various circumstances synoptically provided by the penal code, represent the actors' public harm and personal danger, and can be applied with extenuation in sentences.
Both outfits extenuated the tans and muscles that had grown over the summer.
There are extenuating circumstances, her ignorance, her naivety, her youth (not a crime, one character tries to reassure her), and another's scheming and deception.
Its rather angular and extenuated figures are reminiscent of those of a pyxis in Berkeley which has already been discussed in its relation to our painter.
And there are other considerations-the value of the stolen property, the absence of any extenuating circumstances like dire need, or repentance and restoration of property.
This still leaves scope for the sentence to be lessened in the light of extenuating circumstances to do with the crime itself.
On one wall, there is a gallery of grave, extenuated figures that recall El Greco.
hunger and poverty are not treated by the courts as extenuating circumstances