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Meanwhile, the number of sheriff's employees disciplined from 2001 to 2005 nearly doubled from 75 to 145.
4) This would certainly rule out the use of positive discipline in dealing with the misconduct of DiLacqua, for he had not only been disciplined for misconduct in the past, he had in fact been disciplined for this specific type of offense on more than one occasion.
If we want to find disciplined faithful today, we can find ex-Catholics among two of the fastest growing cults in the world, namely the non-Christian Mormons and Jehovah's Witnesses.
Second, officers afforded Garrity immunity can be compelled to cooperate and disciplined for refusing to answer or for responding in less than a fully candid manner.
In some states, Reich could have been disciplined by the state board immediately after his arrest or criminal conviction.
Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit held that an off-duty police officer's free speech and association rights were not violated when he was disciplined for talking to and giving a motorcycle ride to a 17-year-old college student.
Patients will receive services within institutional contexts that will have powerful economic incentives to regulate in a very disciplined fashion access of patients to those services.
Since January 2004, county officials have disciplined 277 employees at the hospital, including 139 who were fired or resigned.
Moreover, employees who choose to exercise their privilege and refuse to defend themselves may be disciplined on the basis of uncontroverted evidence.