Punishability legal definition of punishability
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punishverb amerce, bring to retribution, call to account, castigate, chasten, chastise, condemn, correct, discipline, exact retribution, flog, inflict penalty, lash, penalize, reprimand, retaliate, scourge, sentence, slate, smite, subject to penalty, take to task, take vengeance on, teach a lesson to, torture, trounce, whip
Associated concepts: cruel and excessive punishment, cruel and inhuman punishment, cruel and unusual punishment, excessive punishment
Foreign phrases: In quo quis delinquit, in eo de jure est puniendus.In whatever the offense, he is to be punished by the law.
See also: beat, convict, fine, inflict, mulct, penalize, repay, reprehend, strike
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1) Whereas nullum crimen sine lege addresses the punishability
of the conduct in question, nulla poena sine lege deals with the legality of the actual punishment or penalty itself.
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of an 'Avatar' is a separate issue which does not need to be taken into consideration when determining the liability and duties of the provider.