Is obscene language a crime in Trinidad and Tobago?

Is obscene language a crime in Trinidad and Tobago?

The Summary Offences Act by section 49 (that makes the use of obscene/indecent/profane language an offence) does not say that a person may use obscene or indecent language in certain excusable circumstances. The gentleman is a member of our honourable and noble legal profession.

Is encouraging a crime a crime?

California. California makes it a misdemeanor to engage in conduct that urges others to riot, commit acts of force or violence, or commit acts of burning or destroying property.

Can you curse in Trinidad?

It is illegal in Trinidad to use obscene language in public.

How much is a life sentence in Trinidad?

(2) Notwithstanding any other law, on sentencing any person convicted of murder 2 to imprisonment for life, the Court may specify a period, being longer than ten years, which that person should serve before becoming eligible for parole.

How long does a criminal record last in New Zealand?

A New Zealand Criminal Record Check has no formal period of validity. However, many employers and organisations will only accept a Criminal Record Check that has been issued in the past 12 months.

What is a 32 pc?

California Penal Code 32 PC makes it a crime to harbor, conceal, or aid another person when you know they have committed a felony crime, and you acted to protect them from arrest, trial, conviction, or sentencing. Penal Code 32 prohibits helping someone when you know they have committed a felony crime.

What is section 112 of the Crimes Act 1900?

Section 112 of the Crimes Act 1900 deals with the offence of ‘Break Enter Commit Serious Indictable Offence’ and reads as follows: 112 Breaking etc into any house etc and committing serious indictable offence. (1) A person who:

What happens if you are found guilty of Section 112?

To be found guilty of an offence under section 112, the prosecution must prove that you broke into someone’s house and that you committed a serious indictable offence while you were inside. A serious indictable offence is any offence which carries a gaol term of at least 5 years’ imprisonment.

What is a break and enter offence under the Crimes Act?

There are several offences under the Crimes Act in relation to “break and enter” offences. One of the more common break and enter offences is contained in section 112, which deals with the offence of “breaking into a house and committing a serious indictable offence.”

What is an aggravated offence under Section 2?

(2) Aggravated offence A person is guilty of an offence under this subsection if the person commits an offence under subsection (1) in circumstances of aggravation. A person convicted of an offence under this subsection is liable to imprisonment for 20 years.