infraction


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an act or instance of breaking a law or regulation or of nonfulfillment of an obligation or promise, for example

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Kudos to Webster Police Officer Southall who shoveled an elderly resident's sidewalk instead of issuing a civil infraction.
Further judgments for criminal infractions will be rendered in September, October and December 2011.
5 percent of the vote but arguably forced the California legislature and governor to ratify the failed Proposition 5 by making simple possession an infraction in a lawpassed a week before the vote.
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While no correctional officer could possibly mistake a major infraction for a minor, there is a tendency among some officers to minimize the events that they've witnessed and mentally mitigate the circumstances to the point where they seem to fit the definition of a lesser infraction.
74, Florida Statutes, and article V, section 2, Florida Constitution, this court adopts the following rules and procedure for the Civil Traffic Infraction Hearing Officer Program:
Her reason was that some parents might react "violently" to the news that their child had committed such an infraction.
In the Truck Series, Bodine was fined 25 points and car owner Stephen Germain was fined 25 points for an infraction found before qualifying.
The disciplinary system uses graduated sanctions, which increase in severity according to the type of infraction and number of previous infractions, to deter further disciplinary problems.
In conducting this type of analysis, institutions must evaluate the reach, weight or bottom-line impact of each infraction.
Some said there needs to be some sort of materiality governing the e-filing eligibility requirements; that a $22 infraction, for example, should not be equated with larger, more serious infractions.
The court found that a parole regulation in effect at the time of the infraction was not rendered invalid by a change in the statute governing the good time system, because the new regulation made restoration of forfeited credits discretionary, rather than mandatory, and did not prohibit the restoration of good time.
An infraction occurs when a player violates the rules, whereas a penalty occurs when the referee thinks that a player has violated the rules.
Under the current regulation, violators face a maximum fine of $5,000 a day for each smoking infraction after the cease-and-desist order has been issued.
If the referee doesn't see the infraction, is it a foul?