unlawful entry

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Embrey ruled it a justifiable homicide, citing both the "castle doctrine," which provides that a person may use deadly force to prevent or terminate an unlawful entry into his home, and an Indiana self-defense statute, which states deadly force is justified when preventing serious bodily injury to yourself or someone else.
The driver was charged with unlawful entry, a misdemeanor.
Offences included breaching confidentiality rules, irregular record keeping, improper use of force, unlawful entry, bullying and a range of off-duty offences.
Soon the police arrived and found foot marks on her boundary wall and the neighbor's wall, suggesting that the neighbor's villa too had an unlawful entry.
NNA - The Judicial Council issued Friday a ruling in the case of a number of Fatah al-Islam militants for unlawful entry into Lebanese territories, sentencing eight of them to imprisonment for a three year term along with a fine of one million and two hundred thousand Lebanese pounds each, while another was given two year imprisonment and a fine of one million Lebanese pounds; all are to be banned from ever setting foot in Lebanon.
Also installing or upgrading door panels with keyboards and changing the entry code frequently will help deter unlawful entry," Iqbal said.
and contributes to the unlawful entry of militants to Syria," stated Mr.
The FBI's Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program defines burglary as the unlawful entry of a structure to commit a felony or theft.
Leeds Crown Court heard yesterday how Javed Iqbal - currently living at Yews Hill Road in Thornton Lodge - has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to assist unlawful entry into the UK along with perjury.
Christopher Canning, 53, of Clos Y Rhiw, Ely, Cardiff, admitted violently forcing an unlawful entry into a property and was ordered to pay pounds 500 compensation.
Although the victim of an unlawful search can challenge it in court after the fact, three of the five justices agreed, "there is no right to reasonably resist unlawful entry by police officers" They thereby nullified a principle of common law that is centuries old, arguably dating back to the Magna Carta.