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  • Pan Mussyalovitch at once called attention to the word "scoundrel" and begged that it should be put down in the protocol.
  • Though Nikolay Parfenovitch did insert this in the protocol, he showed the most praiseworthy tact and management.
  • The evidence of Pan Mussyalovitch was, of course, entered in the protocol in the fullest detail.
  • They proceeded to a final revision of the protocol.
  • Nikolay Parfenovitch was standing over him, suggesting that he should hear the protocol read aloud and sign it.
  • And so we will not dwell on how Nikolay Parfenovitch impressed on every witness called that he must give his evidence in accordance with truth and conscience, and that he would afterwards have to repeat his evidence on oath, how every witness was called upon to sign the protocol of his evidence, and so on.
  • After some deliberation, the judges decided to proceed with the trial and to enter both the unexpected pieces of evidence (given by Ivan and Katerina Ivanovna) on the protocol.
  • Note, that according to Smerdyakov’s story the notes were kept under the mattress; the prisoner must have pulled them out, and yet the bed was absolutely unrumpled; that is carefully recorded in the protocol.
  • All that and all my previous conversation with you at the gate the evening before, when I told you how frightened I was and spoke of the cellar, I told all that to Doctor Herzenstube and Nikolay Parfenovitch, the investigating lawyer, and it’s all been written down in the protocol.
  • They Carry Mitya Away When the protocol had been signed, Nikolay Parfenovitch turned solemnly to the prisoner and read him the "Committal," setting forth, that in such a year, on such a day, in such a place, the investigating lawyer of such-and-such a district court, having examined so-and-so (to wit, Mitya) accused of this and of that (all the charges were carefully written out) and having considered that the accused, not pleading guilty to the charges made against him, had brought…
  • And put down, too, that, in spite of the protocol I still declare that he’s a scoundrel!" he cried.

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  • violated protocol by seeking sensitive information outside of diplomatic channels
  • The consent process differs from that of the original protocol.

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