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Summary: Caretaker Information Minister Walid Daouk Wednesday called for media ethics violations to be made punishable by law and subject to legal prosecution.
One count of aggravated indecent assault, a second-degree felony punishable by up to ten years in prison and a $25,000 fine.
Until the abuse of Blue Badge parking at point of use becomes a punishable offence it will continue.
The acquisition or storage of any computer virus is also punishable by up to two years in prison or 300,000 Japanese Yen ($3,745) in fines.
But because that law classifies a simple butt toss as offensive littering - a crime potentially punishable by jail time - it is rarely enforced, he said.
The same penal code that prohibits the wearing of shorts also prohibits "provocative swimwear", which is similarly banned and punishable by a fine of 250 Libano-Syrian Lira, a currency which no longer exists.
Spain hopes to reap an additional EUR430million - and straying over the speed limit by 1km/h punishable by a fine and penalty points.
The woman had not yet testified on the circumstances of the killing, but her lawyer Alec Reymond said it was a crime of passion, which is punishable by up to 10 years imprisonment.
The Institute of Advanced Motorists says it wants the Department for Transport to rethink its proposal to make careless driving punishable by a three-point fixed penalty ticket and fine.
THE Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) says it wants the Department for Transport to rethink its proposal to make careless driving punishable by a three-point fixed penalty ticket and fine.
On September 8, 2005, Petcher was convicted in the District Court in Dunedin of assaulting a female pursuant to section 194(b) of the Crimes Act 1961, an offence punishable by a term of imprisonment not exceeding two years.
But a new measure proposed in Sacramento aims to take that choice away, making slaps on the backside a crime punishable with jail time.