A sentence commences once it’s relevant. Contrary to popular whatever, sentences are passed not from the mouth but from the hand. Which explains the “clause”. There is a simple sentence, and then there is a complete one. Also, there is a “compound-complex sentence”, though no one has seen it. All sentencing must be similar to the sentencing used in similar circumstances. Where there are consecutive sentences, the combined or total sentence must “curl” so as to fit into a single hearing (the concha, which is velvet-slippery). This new, curled sentence is said to have been “italicized”. Remember, a sentence must be passionate with gravity! That is why it’s only ever handed down, and then only to a person capable of grasping a complete thought.
All persons retain their prior sentencing–did you know that? This is referred to as a “run-on”. This is what the history buffs are calling “a failure to create faulty parallelism”, and in some countries “extremely embarrassing”. That’s why two spaces after the full stop please and thank you, because a new sentence is formed when a subject and predicate won’t stop touching. Every sentence is waiting for its period. That’s why every sentence should be a life sentence. In the interests of justice, simply compel the appearance of the appropriate sentence. Wouldn’t the people simply rise? And then remain standing? For the hearing of the sentence?