turpitude


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a corrupt or depraved or degenerate act or practice

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Crimes of moral turpitude are crimes against other people, according to ICE, including things like assault and fraud.
She further said if Nawaz Sharif could be disqualified on charges of concealment of facts, then why could not Imran Khan be disqualified on charges of moral turpitude.
Article 58 of the Omani Basic Law stipulates that a candidate of Majlis Al Shura should be an Omani national by birth, be of at least 30 years of age, never sentenced to a felony or crime involving moral turpitude or trust.
The House agreed on the conditions to be met in a founding member of the party which is to be a Jordanian national, not convicted of a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude or felony, with the exception of political offenses unless he is rehabilitated.
There are twelve enumerated offense types: crimes involving moral turpitude (CIMT); multiple CIMTs; multiple convictions resulting in more than five years sentence; aggravated felonies; drug offenses; firearm-related offenses; espionage, treason, or related security offenses; domestic violence offenses (including stalking and child abuse); sex offender registration failures; protective order violations; high speed flights from border checkpoint; and alien registration violations.
It is a measure of the moral turpitude of this government that it's taken four years and three months for a Tory politician to resign on a matter of principle, as Foreign Office minister Baroness Warsi has done over Israel's barbaric bombing of Gaza.
The Blue Book Commissioners of the mid-19th century took a similar line and thought the Welsh language was the cause of our moral turpitude no less
Tel Aviv District Court Judge David Rozen attributed moral turpitude to Olmert's conviction, and also ordered him to pay a 1 million shekel ($290,000) fine.
authorities may refuse passengers admission for various reasons, including drug use and "moral turpitude.
He added grantees who will fail to fulfill the scholarship requirements set by the SYDP or convicted of a crime of moral turpitude will lose the scholarship.
Cypriot presidents have immunity during their term except for high treason, dishonourable offences or an offence "involving moral turpitude.
THE Delhi High Court has ruled that unless an offence relates to moral turpitude or a serious charge, the accused should not be denied government job, irrespective of whether he or she was convicted or acquitted.
Liberman has stated that, if convicted, even without moral turpitude and a jail sentence, he would quit politics entirely.
If Lieberman, 54, is convicted and his actions are found to constitute moral turpitude, he will have to resign from the Knesset and be out of politics for a minimum of seven years, it pointed out.