noun 1. breach; violation; infringement: an infraction of the rules. 2. Medicine/Medical. an incomplete fracture of a bone.
Middle English, from Medieval Latin infraction-, infractio, from Latin, subduing, from infringere to break — more at infringe. First Known Use: 15th century
In California criminal law, an infraction is a minor offense (such as a moving violation or noise disturbance) punishable by a fine but not jail time.
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A summary offence is a crime in some common law jurisdictions that can be proceeded against summarily, without the right to a jury trial and/or indictment (required ...
An infraction, sometimes called a petty offense, is the violation of an administrative regulation, an ordinance, a municipal code, and, in some jurisdictions, a
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The infractions of these regulations, on one side, the efforts to prevent and repel them, on the other, would naturally lead to outrages, and these to reprisals and wars.
A rose lay beside her, and if she now and then glanced at the flower, it was with no infraction of her usual preoccupied air.