(1) Counsel for the plaintiff conceded that a special award claim under the insurance legislation is different from a claim for punitive and aggravated damages.(2) They obviously do not include injury to feelings or psychiatric damage, let alone aggravated damages.(3) The plaintiffs also claim punitive exemplary and aggravated damages.(4) The principal difference between the two awards (other than in respect of general, exemplary and aggravated damages) lay in the cost of reinstatement of the trees.(5) For example it may be easier to obtain aggravated damages in a case of unlawful means conspiracy than it would be in an action against each defendant separately.(6) The jury made plain that their award was for aggravated compensatory damages.(7) A 1996 immigration reform law allows the government to deport illegal aliens convicted of an aggravated felony.(8) Were they found liable for exemplary or aggravated damages?(9) He was jailed for three years in December 2002 for aggravated burglary and other offences.(10) But for aggravated murder in this circumstance, we believe that it will be founded upon two deaths, the fetus and the mother.(11) Malger seeks an award of damages for its lease fleet, annual income stream and punitive and aggravated damages.(12) That is, a jury could return a verdict of simple possession though the charge is for an aggravated crime?(13) How does the 17-year minimum starting point for aggravated murder under the Sentencing Act compare with the legislation it replaced?(14) White was arrested the next day in Bingley but denied any involvement although he was found guilty of charges of aggravated burglary and assault occasioning actual bodily harm at trial.(15) The Plaintiff seeks aggravated damages for the anger, frustration, disappointment and hurt he felt as a result of being prevented from going across the logging road to his lot.(16) Williams was ultimately acquitted of aggravated manslaughter charges, but convicted of attempting to cover up the fatal shooting of a limousine driver.