Definitions for unlawfully

This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word unlawfully

Princeton's WordNet

  1. unlawfully(adverb)

    not conforming to the law

    "they were unlawfully married"

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Chloe Setter:

    We've actually locked up, prosecuted and convicted more victims unlawfully than we have prosecuted those that are exploiting then.

  2. The SEC:

    Guggenheim unlawfully failed to disclose the conflict of interest created by the outside business activity of one of its senior executives.

  3. Travis LeBlanc:

    We urge any company that unlawfully conditions its service on consent to unwanted marketing calls and texts to act swiftly to change its policies.

  4. Jeff Kuhns:

    This guy obviously had a pretty bad night, he entered two separate homes unlawfully, and at some point between Home A and Home B he managed to lose his clothing.

  5. Barry Roux:

    There was no intention to act unlawfully, that was the judge's findings. If there is an absence of illegality then dolus eventualis is not relevant. He lacked the intention of illegality, therefore he couldn't have committed murder.

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