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|Hawaii||Hawaii A.G. Jan. 31, 1961||Hawaii-Attorney General opinion||Other applicable opinions||
A statute authorizing the suspension of the execution of sentences or providing for probation in case of such suspension, is not unconstitutional, and does not encroach on the constitutional power+ See more
of the executive to grant reprieves and pardons, or to remit fines and forfeitures. 24 C. J.S., Criminal Law, Section 1618, page 173.