military action would only aggravate the situation
make (a problem, injury, or offense) worse or more serious.
the gesture aggravated me even more
annoy or exasperate (someone), especially persistently.
(of an offense) made more serious by attendant circumstances (such as frame of mind).
translation of 'aggravated'
The plaintiffs also claim punitive exemplary and 'aggravated' damages.
A 1996 immigration reform law allows the government to deport illegal aliens convicted of an 'aggravated' felony.
Beefeater also submits that no damages should be paid to the plaintiff for mental distress, or for punitive or 'aggravated' damages.
However, prosecutors were more likely to accept a plea bargaining offer from white defendants accused of racially 'aggravated' offences.
His claim for 'aggravated' exemplary damages failed.
Were they found liable for exemplary or 'aggravated' damages?
Exemplary damages are distinguishable from basic and 'aggravated' damages in that their only function is to punish the tortfeasor.
I would award 'aggravated' damages against each of the defendants in the sum of $50, 000.00.
He had a record of 'aggravated' rape, burglary, kidnapping.
The total number of 'aggravated' burglaries or robberies recorded in Limerick that year was 118, a decrease of 23 per cent from the previous year.
Damages awarded for this type of loss are sometimes called 'aggravated' damages, as the defendant's conduct aggravates the injury done.
Why is it not defamatory and why could not the appellant have recovered, in New South Wales, 'aggravated' damages by reason of the psychiatric harm that she said she suffered?
The plaintiff claims damages including damages for loss of remuneration, damages for mental distress and exemplary, 'aggravated' and punitive damages.
They obviously do not include injury to feelings or psychiatric damage, let alone 'aggravated' damages.
He pleaded guilty to three robberies, kidnap and one offence of 'aggravated' burglary.
The jury assessed the plaintiff's total damages, including 'aggravated' and punitive damages at $615,000.
He was jailed for three years in December 2002 for 'aggravated' burglary and other offences.
Was the figure, in your view, a high figure, and what's your view about the awarding of the 'aggravated' and exemplary damages?
How does the 17-year minimum starting point for 'aggravated' murder under the Sentencing Act compare with the legislation it replaced?
The principal difference between the two awards (other than in respect of general, exemplary and 'aggravated' damages) lay in the cost of reinstatement of the trees.
That is, a jury could return a verdict of simple possession though the charge is for an 'aggravated' crime?
In Italy he was convicted in his absence of 'aggravated' fraud and sentenced to imprisonment and to a fine.
What's more, the alleged shooter reportedly is the wife of one of the inmates, who was serving 35 years for 'aggravated' robbery and assault.
Exemplary and 'aggravated' damages in defamation cases are examples of what you say.
A 33-year-old man was arrested and charged with 'aggravated' robbery.
The suspects were arrested and charged with 'aggravated' robbery, felonious assault and theft.
The jury made plain that their award was for 'aggravated' compensatory damages.
White was arrested the next day in Bingley but denied any involvement although he was found guilty of charges of 'aggravated' burglary and assault occasioning actual bodily harm at trial.
Kim was convicted of an 'aggravated' felony, served his sentence, and upon his release, was taken into custody by the federal government pending deportation.
Malger seeks an award of damages for its lease fleet, annual income stream and punitive and 'aggravated' damages.
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