unlawful assembly


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unlawful assembly

n
(Law) law a meeting of three or more people with the intent of carrying out any unlawful purpose
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He was beginning, then, to dart at them glances full of mistrust and uneasiness, inviting Anne of Austria to throw perturbation in the midst of the unlawful assembly, when, suddenly, Bernouin, entering from behind the tapestry of the bedroom, whispered in the ear of Mazarin, "Monseigneur, an envoy from his majesty, the king of England."
Police said they arrested 40 people inside Prince Edward metro station on suspicion of obstructing officers, unlawful assembly and criminal damage.
An FIR was registered against them under several sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), including rioting, forming unlawful assembly and assault.
Two men were arrested for unlawful assembly, Mr Tse added.
Hong Kong police Wednesday arrested five people on charges of unlawful assembly, assaulting police officers and possessing weapons at the city's airport - Ruters VICTORIA, Aug 14 (MENA) - Hong Kong police Wednesday arrested five people on charges of unlawful assembly, assaulting police officers and possessing weapons at the city's airport.
They were suspected of crimes including unlawful assembly, assault on policemen, obstruction of police in the execution of duty, possession of offensive weapons and dangerous objects, the report said.
Olarenwaju, who lives in Mushin area of Lagos State, is charged with conspiracy, breach of peace, obstructing policemen on duty and being involved in an unlawful assembly.
Police said more than 20 people had been arrested since Saturday for offences including unlawful assembly and assault.
According to the DFA, the Filipino is under investigation for "unlawful assembly" in line with his alleged participation in the rallies.
They were held for unlawful assembly, assault and other offences after the pre-planned march descended into violent confrontations between protesters and police.
The tribal elders and JUI-F leaders have been charged under sections 341 (wrong restraint), 283 (obstruction in public way), 290 (public nuisance), 188 (disobedience to order by public servant), 147 (rioting) and 149 (unlawful assembly) of Pakistan Penal Code.
Zakzaky was charged in April 2018 with murder, culpable homicide, unlawful assembly, disruption of public peace, and other accusations.