In the past four years there have been five major charges of plagiarism.
The 89th were driven within their fortifications and held off two major Confederate charges on the garrison.
They face five years in prison and a $250,000 fine if convicted of the major charges.
He has denied the major charge against him, murder.
Mr. Bacque is wrong on every major charge and nearly all his minor ones.
Though he always looked upon the welfare of all employees as a major charge there was no paternalism in his attitude.
If convicted of one of the major charges, he could be sentenced to 8 to 25 years in jail.
"Every major charge brought against him during his Congressional years" is "not sustained by facts."
One major charge and they would have been routed.
Our lawyer says there aren't any major charges, but there sure are a lot of small ones.