noncriminal

noncriminal

(ˌnɒnˈkrɪmɪnəl)
adj
relating to an activity that is not criminal or against the law
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After joining the department as public service officer -- a civilian role that handles noncriminal issues -- Pecora applied to be a police officer in 1984.
While that approach won't cover every situation--much of what the metropolitan plan will oversee is about noncriminal if objectionable behavior--Wenski's reminder is a valuable one.
Rivera challenges the circuit court's denial of the State's motion to amend the complaint to noncriminal ordinance violations.
Even Ross Hunter, head of the state agency that is effectively putting foster kids in jail, agrees Washington should not be jailing noncriminal runaways.
He added that the hearings would be focused on any actions conducted in a "noncriminal manner," whether norms were violated and whether there have been threats to the democratic system.
The remaining 20 percent noncriminal cases can be mediated, compromised and ended sans laborious written judgments.
This privilege is limited to noncriminal matters before the IRS or a federal court and generally does not extend to communications regarding tax shelters.
In response, Attorney General Harlan Fiske Stone publicly issued investigative guidelines that banned FBI agents from collecting intelligence related to noncriminal activity.
(e) Request to Determine Confidentiality of Trial Court Records in Noncriminal Cases.
The office investigates noncriminal complaints of youth in TJJD and performs monthly visits and evaluations at each of the state's five youth lockups.
Subsequent chapters address evaluations for the criminal justice system, noncriminal adjudication, and children and families.