Peace Bond

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Peace Bond

The posting of money in court, as required by a judge or magistrate, by a person who has threatened to commit a breach of the peace.

peace bond

n. a bond required as part of a court order to guarantee that a person will stay away from another person he/she has threatened or bothered. The bond will be forfeit (given up) if the order is violated, but that is no consolation to a person injured, molested or murdered by the violator. (See: injunction)

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25) If an individual's exercise of this right threatened the peace, individuals could be disarmed, imprisoned, and forced to provide a peace bond.
Driver had long publicly declared his sympathy for the Daesh cause and, as a result, had been arrested prior to signing a peace bond to secure his release.
Early this year, he agreed to a court order known as a peace bond that restricted his online and cell phone use.
Driver had not been charged with a crime but in February he was placed on a peace bond, a court order that restricted his movements, required that he stay away from social media and computers and not have contact with Islamic State or similar groups.
Deborah Drever, MLA, Calgary-Bow To get a certificate, a tenant must give the ministry of Human Services an emergency protection order, a peace bond or a statement from a certified professional - including a doctor, nurse, social worker or psychologist - confirming they or their children are in danger.
They sought a "peace bond" restricting his movements and a judge issued such a peace bond.
CBC News has learned the RCMP tried to restrict the movements of Martin Couture-Rouleau weeks before he used a car to run down two Canadian soldiers in Quebec, but prosecutors said they didn't have enough evidence to grant a peace bond.
53) Ali Mohamed Dirie, of the Toronto 18, was subject to a peace bond after his sentence expired in October 2011.
Mellon was ordered to enter into a peace bond last week after he admitted drunkenly confronting staff and gardai at Taylors Three Rock pub in Rathfarnham, South Dublin.
Judge Anthony Halpin placed Harold on a peace bond for 12 months.
Even before he staged his protest, he was convicted of conspiring to" breach the peace" by a jury and was ordered to pay a $1 peace bond and stay away from the Islamic Center and adjacent area in Dearborn for three years.
When Cunningham arrived, he was arrested so that he could be issued a peace bond after he allegedly threatened members of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games organizing committee at a protest on Wednesday," the CP story stated.

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