After 15 years on Death Row, that was commuted to two life sentences.
I had to commute from Jackson, Mississippi, and I commuted back and forth for eight months.
That weakness has made him more reliant on the former Delaware senator who commuted home by Amtrak.
She was always quiet and well organized, and like Umm Hamza, commuted to her home country to work while living in Sudan.
Consider the case of imprisoned rapper John Forte, whose sentence Bush recently commuted.
Accordingly, Thiers commuted the sentence of transportation on 4th January, 1872, to one of simple banishment.
His sentence to be shot was commuted to imprisonment for life.
This was commuted in the end for £200,000 cash, very grudgingly paid out of the first loan raised by a New Zealand parliament.
On other estates the serfs' compulsory labor was commuted for a quitrent.
When the end came, his sentence to be hanged at Tyburn was commuted by the king to beheadal at Tower Hill.
mid-15c., "to change, transform," from Latin commutare "to often change, to change altogether," from com-, intensive prefix (see com-), + mutare "to change" (see mutable). Sense of "make less severe" is 1630s. Sense of "go back and forth to work" is 1889, from commutation ticket "season pass" (on a railroad, streetcar line, etc.), from commute in its sense of "to change one kind of payment into another" (1795), especially "to combine a number of payments into a single one." Related: Commuted; commuting.