However, the court already accepted a bribe, so they received light punishment and got free.
Fall was later convicted of accepting bribes from the oil companies.
"I don't know you well enough to accept a bribe."
One might accept a bribe, but not when his comrades are watching.
He was also convicted in 1987 on a charge of accepting a bribe.
They wired him, and on his next visit, he accepted a $1,000 bribe.
Desmond knew he had no respect for officials who accepted bribes.
"Would it surprise you to know that he had a history of offering and accepting bribes?"
A man who will accept bribes will probably offer them.
Maybe he accepts a bribe (which would obviously not be recorded in the data).
They don't have the least idea how to take a bribe!
At the time of his death, he was under investigation for taking bribes.
In addition, a committee found that he had taken bribes.
People who are found to be taking bribes can sometimes lose their jobs.
That was bad enough but quite often they also took bribes directly from the people.
Why does a powerful senator take small bribes and risk his entire career?
In such cases, only the act of taking a bribe should be illegal.
"But in most cases, the police do not take bribes."
Each side knew the other was taking bribes early in the strike.
"Doesn't anyone do his job the way it's supposed to be done without taking bribes?"