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criminal sanction

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  • sanction — sanc·tion 1 / saŋk shən/ n 1: a punitive or coercive measure or action that results from failure to comply with a law, rule, or order a sanction for contempt 2: explicit or official approval 3: an economic or military coercive measure adopted usu …   Law dictionary

  • sanction — sanc‧tion [ˈsæŋkʆn] noun 1. sanctions [plural] ECONOMICS official orders or laws stopping trade, communication etc with another country as a way of forcing political changes: sanctions against • The US imposed tough trade sanctions against Cuba …   Financial and business terms

  • Criminal justice system of the Netherlands — Netherlands This article is part of the series: Politics and government of the Netherlands …   Wikipedia

  • sanction — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 (usually sanctions) punishment ADJECTIVE ▪ economic, financial, military, trade ▪ civil, criminal, disciplinary …   Collocations dictionary

  • criminal — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ dangerous, violent ▪ real, serious ▪ habitual, hardened ▪ career …   Collocations dictionary

  • sanction — I sanction, verb To assent, concur, confirm, reprimand, or ratify. U. S. v. Tillinghast, D.C.R.I., 55 F.2d 279, 283. Approval or ratification II sanction, noun Penalty or other mechanism of enforcement used to provide incentives for obedience… …   Black's law dictionary

  • North Texas Intermediate Sanction Facility — The North Texas Intermediate Sanction Facility (NTISF (GEO Group acronym) or XL (TDCJ acronym)) was a privately operated prison facility located in northern Fort Worth, Texas.[1] It was operated by the GEO Group on behalf of the Texas Department… …   Wikipedia

  • Collateral consequences of criminal charges — Collateral consequences of criminal charges, known as the Four C s in legal parlance [http://www2.law.columbia.edu/fourcs] , are the results of arrest, prosecution or conviction that are not part of the sentence imposed. This includes any… …   Wikipedia

  • ASSAULT — ASSAULT, the infliction of any degree of violence on the body of another person, whether injury results or not. The biblical injunction, he may be given up to 40 lashes but not more (Deut. 25:3), which applies to flogging by way of punishment,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • THEFT AND ROBBERY — (Heb. גְּנֵבָה וּגְזֵלָה). An object which is in the possession of a person without the consent of its owner or any other person having a right thereto, when that person knows – or should know – that the latter does not consent, is considered to… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • William S. Burroughs — Infobox Writer name = William S. Burroughs caption=William S. Burroughs at his 69th birthday in 1983. birthdate = birth date|1914|2|5 birthplace = St. Louis, Missouri deathdate = death date and age|1997|8|2|1914|2|5 deathplace = Lawrence, Kansas… …   Wikipedia

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