Examples of court order in a Sentence
He received a court order barring him from entering the building.
He is barred by court order from entering the building.
The town is under court order to fix the problem.
Recent Examples of court order from the Web
An Istanbul court ordered the release of Steudtner and seven other suspects on Wednesday after weeks of German pressure.
Trump wouldn’t have been the first president to flout a court order.
In December last year the leader of Britain First, an anti-Muslim outfit, was sent to prison for breaching the terms of a court order that banned him from entering a mosque.
Spath may have contempt power to find them in violation of a court order, Morris said, but even that would involve a multistep process and be punishable by at most 30 days in a brig or jail and a $1,000 fine.
It will be located in front of the Old Courthouse in Woodstock, Illinois, where Debs was jailed for six months for disobeying a court order.
Legally, however, Arpaio was only ever charged with misdemeanor violation of a court order.
But Charlotte has interpreted the law differently, and believes that the city manager isn’t allowed to watch footage without a court order.
Jones and her 1-year-old son, William, had allegedly been missing since June after the court ordered joint custody of the boy with his father, Jacob Gouchenour, according to reports.
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First Known Use of court order
COURT ORDER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of court order for English Language Learners
: a formal statement from a court that orders someone to do or stop doing something
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