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It depends on the type of order. For some violations you can be taken ino custody immediately (e.g.: Restraining Orders - Domestic Violence Orders - etc), for others you can be held in contempt of court and fined or jailed (depending on the type of order).
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In the United States, anyone found to have infringed a copyrighted work may be liable for statutory damages up to $30,000 for each work infringed and, if willful infringement …is proven by the copyright owner, that amount may be increased up to $150,000 for each work infringed. In addition, an infringer of a work may also be liable for the attorney's fees incurred by the copyright owner to enforce his or her rights.
there was a few hundred years of war and rebellions about the state of the church in England, Especially over the next 100-150 years
Buddhism has several levels of precepts. The basic precepts of Buddhism are 5, for lay people who do not wish to put a high priority on spiritual development but wish to be …good people who live worldly lives focused on money and family concerns. The five precepts are: 1 to abstain from taking life 2. to abstain from taking what is not given (to not steal) 3. to abstain from sexual misconduct (not to harm others through sex by forcing them or cheating) 4. to not say what isn't true (to not tell a lie) 5. to abstain from intoxicants (to not eat or drink anything that clouds and confuses the mind. There are karmic consequences to breaking the precepts. These are common sense in that it is basically an "eye for an eye" kind of situation. The consequence of killing is a short life, the consequence of stealing is poverty, the consequence of sexual misconduct is unhappy relationships because no one will trust you, the consequence of lying is that no one will listen to you, and the consequence of intoxicants is ignorance. Hope this helps. You can find a lot of this online Here is the wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Five_Precepts
Depending on what you have done, you might experience one or more of the following: a legal Cease and Desist letter warning you that you have broken the law - for onl…ine copyright infringement, this letter is also sent to your host, search engines, and your advertising networks, and often ends up with your entire site or host getting shut down and removed from the search engines permanently payment of various fines - this depends on the court and other parties involved, such as universities and schools payment of "actual damages" to the person you stole from - this includes anything they had to pay while catching you and any money that you made by selling their work as your own payment of "statutory damages" to the person you stole from - this includes more abstract ideas such as lost wages - the US law suggests amounts ranging from $750 to $150,000, so you can see we are talking some hefty payments. an additional award by the court from you to the person you stole from - this can be up to two times the license fee you would have paid this person to do whatever you did for a period of three years confiscation of anything and everything pertaining to the case - this means any audio/video material, the equipment you used, your hard drive(s), etc. possible jail time depending on the court outcome expulsion from school or university, or loss of your job
It depends on how bad you broke the law. There is many consequences for breaking the law like: Jail, community service, probation. For example if you did something bad eno…ugh to go to jail like murder someone you may be sentenced to life.
Define what you mean by a "protective order." If you are referring to a 'restraining order" or a 'keep-away order' any violation of it could result in your immediate arrest.
Child support, jail Visitation rights, slap on hand.
The court order would remain on file. Depending on the conditions set out in the court order - If you returned to the UK, the court order would be enforced, and you would like…ly go to prison for breaching the order. Additionally - if the crime the order was issued for was severe enough to warrant it - the court could issue an extradition order and have you force-ably returned to the UK !
Anyone who violates a court order may be charged with contempt of court. This can happen one of two ways. The other parent may file a motion for contempt within the family cou…rt. The Judge in the family court will then hear the case and determine if the order has been violated. If the Family court Judge finds the party in contempt the Judge has the option of sentencing the offending party to county jail or imposing fines etc... In the alternative, if the parent files a complaint with the police department and criminal charges are filed the case will be heard in a criminal court. Again, the offending party may be sentenced to county jail.
Return to court and file a contempt against him explaining which court order he is violating.
You return to court and file a motion for contempt of a court order and let the court take care of it. You return to court and file a motion for contempt of a court order and… let the court take care of it. You return to court and file a motion for contempt of a court order and let the court take care of it. You return to court and file a motion for contempt of a court order and let the court take care of it.
What penalties can be applied if your husband breaks a court order regarding the presence of his girlfriend with your children?
That is up to the court that issued the order. It CAN be considered contempt, and carry some jail time, but that is up to the judge.
Ignoring a court order subjects you to contempt and sanctions. This could include fines, confinements, modification of the order to give you less freedom or various other puni…shments.
You have to go to court to have it modified or ended. The judge decides.
This depends what law you break. It can range from just an arrest with bail, or it can go all the way to a life sentence or death sentence in prison.
Your answer depends on the rule you break. You could be scolded in private and your behaviour listed in your employment record. Worst case, you could be confined to yo…ur quarters, have food brought to you, and not receive any pay for the duration of time until you can be taken off the ice.