What happens if you break the law in North Korea?
There are several punishments you can receive if you break the law in North Korea, but the two main one are either a prison sentence or you go to the firing squad. It is worth noting that prison sentences in North Korea also include torture as a regular accoutrement.
Do not break the law in North Korea. The criminal justice system there is abhorrent and North Korea uses Western detainees as leverage in negotiations with Western powers, meaning that you may be detained longer, tortured more, or have any number of painful acts visited upon you in an attempt to extract concessions from a Western State. North Koreans who are imprisoned are often subject to hard labor with no advocate or means of self-defense (in both a physical and legal sense).
if you break the law u go to jail
warnings but if you break the law 3 times you are released
Westerners can go to North Korea, usually through Chinese-Run Tourism companies. However, American and Israeli citizens should be warned that North Korea does not maintain relations with either the US or Israel, so it will be very difficult to secure the release of an arrested person or get consular services in North Korea. It is illegal under North Korean Law for South Koreans or Japanese citizens to go to North Korea. (It is also illegal… Read More
It depends on which law they break.
they get arrested if they break it, it is the law!!!!!!!
they are punished in some way
You get put on jail.
they go too gail!
Execution or a long prison term.
No. They are ruled by a tyrant who is starving the entire population.
If you dont get caught then you dont get caught and nothing happens, if you break the law and are a minor, depending on the extent you will either, if it is a driving law broken, you will get demerit's against your license, if it is not you will either get it put on your driving record, get a fine or go to juvie depending on the extend of the law broken
The head of the North Korea is almost strong as king. So whatever he says is the law. that's how it works.
I am not sure exactly what you mean by employmment law. However, what happens is largely up to the judge and depends on many counts are against you, what exactly you did, your demeanor, the circumstances and what the law says the penalties are.
People who break the law either go to jail or they get lucky & get away with what they have done. Some times they might even have to pay to get out or even go to Court.
Lots! And they're all very unpleasant.
The same as happens in courtrooms throughout the world. Justice is dispensed to people who break the law.
Are you referring to the North or to the South Korea? For any Korea, depends on the Korean law related to school admission by foreign students. An easy way to check it out is to consult the Korean Embassy of your country.
If you did something against the law,you will be punished and put in jail/prison camp for 3 generations.
You have to be 17 years of age, a citizen of the country, abide by the law, and vote for the party you're a member of.
It depends on the law, in the USA and Netherlands you have to have a license. The only country with no restriction at all is North Korea.
Labor law's general purpose is to protect the employee. Employers break child labor laws not employees. Report any labor law violations to your state's Department of labor.
they have to pay a fine for every child that they have over one. the more they have the more they pay. <(-_-)>
International lawlessness is a term used against nations that do not follow the rule of law. Nations such as North Korea and Iran are considered internationally lawless.
Korean War 2 is " WORLD WAR III". North Korea won't go down easily without pulling down China, USA, Russia, Japan, and South Korea. North Korean government is crazy but they are not stupid. So War is not option but it will be suicidal action for all countries surround Korean Peninsua including USA ( Hawaii, Alaska, Guam). Korean Unification will happen probably alot sooner then South Korean government expect. North Korean government cannot be isolate… Read More
None of his actions broke the law. Disagreements concerning policy are not illegal.
Other phrases for break the law are Flout the rules Break the rules Float the law And so on.
Because the government in Korea decided that should be the law in Korea.
Ha,d =applying the law or justice or sentence on a person proven to be guilty of a crime in islam.
Dictatorships such as North Korea, or single party states such as Libya. To be a democracy the law making arm of government must be elected by the people of the country on a regular basis and the army and police must uphold the law not the government.
Answer There are no good reasons to break the law.
Break is one. As in Uphold the Law/Break the Law.
You go to jail or prison depending on what law was broken or how serious the offense was. Usually you go to a court and the judge will either give you bail, community and service, or sentence you to jail/prison time.
You will be afforded the same rights and privileges as a French Citizen. If you did the crime, you will do the time. Added: FYI - French Law is administered under the Napoleanic Code, which you will find is significantly different from the US
The rule us law enforcers use is that not knowing the law does not mean that you are not subject to it. If you are caught you will be prosecuted. If you break a law accidentaly you will not be given a break because of your ignorance. Additional: In order for a criminal offense to have occurred, TWO elements must be present. (1) the Criminal act, (2) committed with a criminal intent. BOTH those elements… Read More
they go to a special prison which is for young people only. ( i believe this is correct but i am not 100 % sure i am right )
The president could break the law if the government allows him/her.
If you break a law then you'll go to jail.But it depends on what law you break.Does that answer your question?
If you break the law in any way you are considered a criminal.
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In Britain and most countries, parents are not allowed to break bones or abuse their children. Unfortunately, such abuse still happens somewhere. Hopefully, such parents are caught, tried in a law court, and sentenced appropriately.
Copyright does not "break the law." Copyright is a specific category of law that is based on international treaties, local statutes, and court decisions (common law).
As with anywhere else, it depends which laws you have broken and how serious it is viewed. You may be cautioned, admonished or arrested and go through the legal system of the country.
The cast of My Mother-In-Law Starved in Korea - 2010 includes: Hoo Bong Lee as Grandma
i Employees of all faiths might break the law at work.
If the law is unjust or evil it is not wrong to break it.
Segregation that happens in practice and NOT by law is called
To take an overview of Korean law, visit the following. http://www.moleg.go.kr/english/
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No, the laws regarding religious freedom make churches their own judge on what happens inside them as long as it doesn't break the law.
When you break down the etymology of the word you come up with: "Lex" which means "Law" and "Ton" which is a form of "Town" or "City". The "-ing" sets the word Lex as an action. Therefore the whole word would mean something along the lines of "City Where the Law Happens" or simplified "City of the Law"