Four people in the U.K. were arrested and they are due to plead in court later this month.
He is expected to plead not guilty, as his twin has in the state case.
Her support for the Countryside Alliance did see her plead guilty to attending a hare coursing event in 2007.
The interventionists, for example, plead to arm Syrian rebels.
It was the only offense under the Espionage Act that he did not plead to a lesser included offense.
He is not married and so cannot plead a wife and family as excuses for getting into debt.
It is not for Aspasia, the gifted daughter of Axiochus, that I plead.
But Fithel said, "Nay, thou art too apt to blame the pleadings of other men; plead for thyself."
But what then can I plead for a palliation to myself of my mother's sufferings on my account?
You are here to plead the cause of justice, and not to insult those whom you have summoned to this place to do justice for you.
mid-13c., "make a plea in court," from Anglo-French pleder, Old French plaidier, "plead at court" (11c.), from Medieval Latin placitare, from Late Latin placitum (see plea). Sense of "request, beg" first recorded late 14c. Related: Pleaded; pleading; pleadingly.