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New post 06 Jun 2004, 19:30
pleaded guilty to is idiomatical

Between D & E
I would go with E because it is more concise
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E it is.

For D to be ok it should read "to its failure to report."

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New post 07 Jun 2004, 02:17
I feel "Guilty for" is also correct idiom, and (A) is the best choice. What is the OA.

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New post 07 Jun 2004, 02:22
mba wrote:
I feel "Guilty for" is also correct idiom, and (A) is the best choice. What is the OA.


You, however, plead guilty to an offense.

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New post 07 Jun 2004, 04:25
E it is
you plead guilty to an offense is right

you plead (a request) for someone's life
you plead (a request) for more candies
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