He pleaded not guilty.
“He entered a preliminary plea of not guilty in a procedural move that would allow a judge to be appointed that would accept a guilty plea.”
From the Daily Mail website:
Hey, Ben I have a casus for you…
We are having our national (parody of a) creative festival, it’s local, and you will never see nothing from it (lucky you). But I have this question: should an idea that won 2 years in a row do it again for a third time on the premise that it won 2 years in a row?
…at Cannes for instance “Real Men of Genius” won 2 or 3 years consecutively but should they win again, and agin, and again lets say for the next 10 years if they continue to do it?
What will you judge then the “big” idea or the separate executions of it. The idea will be still great but the executions could lost their humor, and zest.
How you judge things like these?
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