Examples of misconduct in a Sentence
He was forced to defend himself against charges of sexual misconduct.
There have been reports of misconduct by several employees.
Recent Examples of misconduct from the Web
McCabe was fired in disgrace for misconduct and lying about it.
Kristopher Block, 39, of LaPorte, was charged Tuesday in LaPorte Circuit Court with a felony for official misconduct and a misdemeanor for theft, according to online court documents.
Six employees were fired for gross misconduct related to the case, and the renowned HBCU has referred the matter for criminal prosecution.
The Cardinal Times traced the history of one case in great depth and reported on another Lincoln teacher who also lost his license for misconduct with students.
Diller, the former chief executive of Universal, also detailed his dealings with Harvey Weinstein, who has been accused of misconduct by over 80 women.
He was previously suspended twice for on-field misconduct.
Miami Arts Charter School founder and principal Alfredo de la Rosa A search for Manas’ name shows that the commission gave him a letter of reprimand and one year of probation in 2000 for alleged misconduct while teaching in Hillsborough County.
Podvin didn’t just seek compensation after he was fired for gross misconduct in August 2013.
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MISCONDUCT Defined for English Language Learners
: wrong behavior : behavior or activity that is illegal or morally wrong
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