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violation

Something prohibited by law.
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Qasemi added that it is patently absurd that the US is citing a resolution that not only have they themselves violated by quitting it illegally and unilaterally, but they also encouraged others to violate it or, if they follow it, the US will punish them with sanctions.
With such a track record, it is ironic that India seeks a global power role through a permanent seat in the Security Council while it continues to violate the UN Charter with impunity.
President Barack Obama declared Thursday that a referendum in 10 days on the future of a Ukraine's Crimea peninsula would violate international law.
1 : to fail to keep : break <Students who violate the rules are punished.>
District court's decision: The district court determined that neither the credits nor the abatements violated the Commence Clause, because they did not violate either of the taxation structures that have been previously rejected by the Supreme Court, and they did not discriminate against interstate commence.
We can't let him continue to disgrace the office of the Presidency, violate his oath of office, and trample on our Constitution.
Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia held that the program did not violate the First Amendment.
In addition, section 162(c) of the Internal Revenue Code, which predates the FCPA, prohibits the deduction of bribes, including payments that violate the FCPA, as business expenses.
If the law at that time did not clearly establish that the officer's conduct would violate the Constitution, the officer is entitled to qualified immunity.
The court held that the prison officials' decision to prevent the inmate from attending a ceremony in the prison chapel conducted by a Catholic cardinal was reasonable and therefore did not violate the inmate's First Amendment rights to petition the government for redress of grievances.
The coupling constants are in general complex, in which case the Hamiltonians violate T-invariance.