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
In a separate case, the Supreme Court on Monday left in place a court order that forces Washington state to restore salmon habitat by fixing or removing large culverts that block fish migration.
The 911 calls were released in response to a court order in favor of media organizations that sought the recordings as well as other records related the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
On May 10th, the New York Times reported that a former Missouri sheriff had used a service provided by Securus Technologies to track the locations of private citizens without a court order.
The suit, filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Portland, seeks lost wages and a court order prohibiting the university from its alleged constitutional violations.
Similar outcries erupted in December 2014 after the devastated family of a pregnant woman in her 20s, who had suffered brain trauma and was clinically dead, had to get a court order to take her off life support.
But a lower court order required the administration to continue accepting renewal applications for those in the program, and the Supreme Court rejected the administration’s request to intervene.
In February, the Supreme Court affirmed a lower court order that the Department of Homeland Security must continue to accept renewal applications.
On Tuesday morning, the nine justices of the Supreme Court put a legal theory from Microsoft to the test—that the company should not be forced to hand over data held abroad to the American government, even when served with a valid court order.
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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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