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"We would like to remind members of the public that anyone found to be undertaking illegal off-road activity on a footpath or bridleway may be liable to prosecution under S34 of the Road Traffic Act and S59 Police Reform Act.
Making taxable supplies without registration is a criminal offence under section 2(37) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 and liable to prosecution under section 37A of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, they added.
Bensouda had earlier warned that any person in the Philippines who incites or engages in 'acts of mass violence, including by ordering, requesting, encouraging or contributing in any other manner, to the commission of crimes within the jurisdiction of the ICC is potentially liable to prosecution before the [ICC] court.'
Offenders are liable to prosecution and a maximum penalty of a $100,000 fine and up to 10 years' imprisonment.
It recommended that current and prospective measures to detect foreign assets of Pakistani citizens like OECD (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) multilateral conventions need to be widely disseminated for convincing citizens if they do not declare their foreign assets through this amnesty scheme, there are high chances that these assets will be uncovered and make them liable to prosecution or huge fines.
While the ICC prosecutor has urged "all those concerned to refrain from further escalating this tragic situation", she stressed that "Any person who incites or engages in acts of violence including by ordering, requesting, encouraging or contributing in any other manner to the commission of crimes within ICC's jurisdiction is liable to prosecution before the Court, with full respect for the principle of complementarity."
While the ICC prosecutor has urged "all those concerned to refrain from further escalating this tragic situation," she stressed that, "Any person who incites or engages in acts of violence including by ordering, requesting, encouraging or contributing in any other manner to the commission of crimes within ICC's jurisdiction is liable to prosecution before the Court, with full respect for the principle of complementarity."
In October 2016, ICC prosecutor Fatou Bensouda said that "any person in the Philippines who incites or engages in acts of mass violence including by ordering, requesting, encouraging or contributing, in any other manner, to the commission of crimes within the jurisdiction of the ICC is potentially liable to prosecution before the Court."
In Hamilton's words, "The President of the United States would be liable to be impeached, tried, and, upon conviction of treason, bribery, or other high crimes or misdemeanors, removed from office; and would afterwards be liable to prosecution and punishment in the ordinary course of law."
He confirmed officers will confiscate fireworks and persons found in possession are liable to prosecution.
Regulated by law, access to the buffer zone is subject to prior authorization, he noted, warning that any illegal immigrant who dares to attack the soldiers on duty is liable to prosecution.
Prison crime investigator DC Chris Franks said: "Anyone serving time in prison is still liable to prosecution as they would be on the outside and, likewise, inmates should feel protected by the law if a crime occurs.