On the first, the ferret pleads no contest.
pleads no contest.
Speck are globally renowned as being the best designer and manufacturer of cases and skins for every iPod out there - no contest.
He pled no contest to the charges, did community service, and paid a modest fine.
Paris Hilton pleaded no contest on January 22, 2007 in response to her DUI arrest from last year.
Paris Hilton was not present for her court appearance, but pleaded no contest to one count of alcohol-related reckless driving, according to the Los Angeles City Attorney's Office.
Hilton, 26, received a three-year probation in January 2007 after she pleaded no contest to a DUI arrest from 2006.
Actor Kiefer Sutherland pleaded no contest to his DUI charge and was sentenced to 48 days in jail.
Gayheart settled a civil suit with the boys' family out of court and received three years' probation, community service, a license suspension and a small fine when she pleaded no contest to charges of vehicular manslaughter.
The awarding body will eliminate an applicant from consideration if he pled no contest or received a conviction for a felony crime.
When it comes to comparing regular sunglass lenses and polarized lenses, there's almost no contest.
Applicants must disclose whether they have ever been convicted of or pleaded guilty or no contest to a misdemeanor or a felony offense for which they have not received a pardon.
In November 2007, she was sentenced to a one-year probation after pleading no contest to battery and cocaine possession.
Ultimately, however, when it emerged that she had been caught on video carrying merchandise out of Bloom's house and Bloom planned to testify against her, Alexis pled no contest to the charges in exchange for a 180 day jail sentence.
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