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Violation

Violation or violations may refer to:

Law

  • Moving violation, any violation of law committed by a driver while the vehicle is in motion
  • Parking violation, parking a motor vehicle in a restricted place or an unauthorized manner
  • Willful violation, in U.S. law an act with intentional disregard for a regulation, statute and policy
  • Infraction, in United States law, minor or petty offenses that do not require jury trial
  • Infringement, various violations of laws or rights
  • Rape, a type of sexual assault

Sciences

  • CP violation, in particle physics a violation of the postulated CP-symmetry
  • Lorentz violation, a violation of Lorentz symmetry
  • Violation paradigm, a scientific method where the scientist perturbs an expected factor to see subjects' reactions

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