THAT should be punishable by law.
Everyone is punishable by the law.
Punishable by imprisonment to 20 years.
Any felony is punishable by over one year in prison, and this includes felony DUI.
Sodomy is illegal in mostly Muslim Malaysia and is punishable by a whipping and a maximum jail term of 20 years.
Offences not punishable with death 44 29C.
Offences not punishable with death 43 29C.
It is punishable with a fine and imprisonment.
Killing dolphins is a crime punishable with imprisonment under the wildlife act.
These offences are triable either way and punishable with a maximum of two years ' imprisonment on indictment.
IPC 451: House-trespass to commit any offence punishable with imprisonment -- imprisonment for 2 years and fine.
A is punishable under this section.
This by itself is an offence punishable under the Act.
This is a criminal offence punishable under the ICPC Act.
In 1972, attempted suicide became no longer punishable under the Criminal Code of Canada.
They ALL have become a bunch of criminal states punishable under International Conventions.
The offence under Section 361 of the Indian Penal Code is punishable under Section 363 of the Indian Penal Code.
Here D is punishable only under this section, but B and C are punishable under section 239 or 240, as the case may be.
Both charges are punishable in law.
What acts are punishable in gambling.
Tax avoidance is not punishable in law.
Tax avoidance is not punishable in law and is permissible in almost all tax jurisdictions.
The enforcement of any disability arising out of ' Untouchability ' shall be an offence punishable in accordance with law.
Demonstrations and unauthorised assembly, non-cooperation with revolutionary troops are punishable in grave manner up to death.
Had it been punishable as an offence, the Holy Prophet would not have accepted this term of the treaty.
This is extortion, and punishable as such: but it is not robbery, unless Z is put in fear of the instant death of his child.
But if there is incapacity, a defect of his understanding, as there can be no consent of the will, the act is not punishable as a crime.
Olson: And they are less of a threat of corruption because there is less -- there is no quid pro quo there, and if there is it would be punishable as a crime.
The question here is simply whether John ought to be liable or punishable for failing to rescue the child.
Soldiers of a state army, on whom always the prisoner of war status is granted, are also punishable for certain crimes.
In other times, this would have amounted to apostasy, which in turn is punishable for women by imprisonment or flogging.
From the laws, also, we would gather that a Brehon remained punishable for his neglect, whether such neglect occurred through malice or inadvertence.