There is no way one could even guess at what penalty if any might be assessed if the person is convicted of the crime. The exact details of the criminal act would have to be known and any prior criminal history of the accused as well as other factors too numerous to go into. The accused should discuss the situation with his or her legal counsel and no one else, including family members, co-workers, authorities, etc.
My supervisor has ordered me to work steadily, with no slackening off.
Roman Emperor Claudius II Gothicus ordered that Valentine be arrested and executed.
Bolin and Mako were arrested in the 8th episode called When Extremes Meet. Asami was arrested for being a non-bender and since her father, Hiroshi Sato, is a known member of the Equalists. Mako and Bolin tried to stick up for her, but Tarrlok ordered them to be arrested also.
Roman Emperor Claudius II Gothicus ordered Valentine arrested, tortured and executed.
People arrested for a felony and/or convicted for that felony must give DNA for a criminal database in the state of New Mexico. DNA for a paternity test can only be court ordered in special cases.
Hitler ordered Kristallnacht as an excuse to get rid of Jews, or capture Jews that had been individually selected to be arrested.
Entering upon the property of another and then refuusing to quit the premises when so ordered.
Yes. Every warrant specifies where it can be served, so the answer depends on what the judge ordered when the warrant was issued.
He can be arrested for not paying and his pay check garnished. Inform the court of his nonpayment .
Court ordered child support, spousal maintenance, federal or state taxes, a court ordered restitution for personal injury and/or property damage.
he ordered the death of thomas Scott and he told land surveyors to stay away from his friends property
he is a traitor. Traitors are punished very harshly.
Joseph Stalin .
It depends. Assuming the courts have ordered child support, then not paying child support violates that order and the father can be arrested.
The more stable and ordered the society is. The more capital accumulation there will be.
A "warrant" is, broadly, an order to do a particular thing. What that thing is depends on the type of warrant.One common type of warrant is an arrest warrant, and not only can you be arrested if you're named on one, law enforcement officers are specifically ordered to arrest you if they see you.
In some fashion, yes. The court can garnish wages, seize property, and incarcerate.
When Sebastian was arrested for refusing, as an army officer, to persecute Christians, the emperor ordered him executed. He was shot with a number of arrows and left for dead. He survived the execution and was treated for his injuries by St. Irene. He returned to evangelizing and was again arrested and beaten to death.
The point of the functional property is that for any pair in the set of ordered pairs, the first coordinate determines what the second one is. That's why you can write "G(x)" for any x in the domain ofG and not be ambiguous.
It depends on where the church is located first of all. If it is outside of the confines of your travel restrictions, then yes, he can. If you are specifically ordered by the court to not attend this particular church for some reason, he can. A PO can't order you to do anything that is not ordered by the court, so a lot of it depends on the reason he is telling you no. Talk with his Supervisor.
Yes. It sounds like the court document your supervisor signed for was the order for garnishment. As such, whether you signed for it or not the order is good; the letter was simply a notification. If your boss didn't inform you he signed for the letter, it doesn't affect the credit card company's legal right to have a judgment against you.
ordered; I ordered a chocolate milkshake. You ordered a chocolate milkshake. He ordered a chocolate milkshake. We ordered a chocolate milkshake. They ordered a chocolate milkshake.
The opinion or wishes of a friend are irrelevant when the issue is a mandated order from the court. If the person does not voluntarily leave the property as indicated by the eviction order, the authorities that hold jurisdiction will remove said person and his or her personal property by whatever means necessary. In addition, persons violating any court order can be arrested and held for contempt and possible other charges.
In the 1920s, she defied a white police officer when she was ordered to let a younger white man sit in her seat on the bus. She was arrested for her defiance because she was a black woman.