[ noun ] (law,criminal law) a crime less serious than a felony
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Instead , retailers would sign a certificate of correctness , violation of which would carry a penalty of one to five years in prison , plus a $ 1000 fine .(John Michael Ray, "Rhode Island's Reactions...)
He recalled that in Rhode_Island a party opposed to the state 's condemnation of a man ( Thomas_W._Dorr ) proclaimed the state 's action as a violation of the law of the land and the principles of human liberty .
[ noun ] entry to another's property without right or permission
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Since Russian was being spoken instead of Spanish , there is no violation of artistry or logic here .
[ noun ] an act that disregards an agreement or a right
"he claimed a violation of his rights under the Fifth Amendment"
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He claims that he was denied due_process_of_law in violation of the Fifth_Amendment , because ( 1 ) at a hearing before a hearing_officer of the Department_of_Justice_, he was not permitted to rebut statements attributed to him by the local board , and ( 2 ) at the trial , he was denied the right to have the hearing_officer 's report and the original report of the Federal_Bureau_of_Investigation as to his claim .
He says that he was not permitted to rebut before the hearing_officer statements attributed to him by the local board , and , further , that he was denied at trial the right to have the Department_of_Justice hearing_officer 's report and the original report of the Federal_Bureau_of_Investigation as to his claim - all in violation of the Fifth_Amendment .