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(adj) An act or specifically a crime done intentially with a motive, knowing the consequences of such action is considered as an act done willfully.

willful - writ of execution - A writ to put in force the judgment or decree of a court.

An intentional act carried out without justifiable cause.
Person, who testifies under oath before a court, regarding what he/she has seen, heard or otherwise observed.

adj. referring to acts which are intentional, conscious and directed toward achieving a purpose. Some willful conduct which has wrongful or unfortunate results is considered "hardheaded," "stubborn" and even "malicious.

Willful infringement
Trademark infringement that occurs the user of a mark knows or should have known that the mark was already being used.

willfulOn purpose.
with prejudiceA dismissal "with prejudice" bars another action for the same cause.
without prejudiceA dismissal "without prejudice" allows a new suit to be brought for the same cause.

WILLFUL: Some conduct becomes unlawful or negligent only when it is done willfully which means it is done with the understanding of the act and the intention that the act and its consequences should occur.
See also WANTON.

Intentional; intending the result which comes to pass.
With Prejudice
A phrase used in orders of judgments indicating that an action or claim has been irrevocably dismissed and the only available remedy thereafter is an appeal.

willful - A "willful" act is one done intentionally, as distinguished from an act done carelessly or inadvertently.
with prejudice - A dismissal "with prejudice" bars the right to bring or maintain another action on the same claim or cause.

willful Intentional; voluntary; not accidental.
with (or without) prejudice As to dismissals, see dismissal with prejudice. In other contexts, the term refers to whether further rights or privileges will be affected; e.g.

willful tort
A harmful act that is committed in an intentional and conscious way. For example, if your neighbor builds an ugly new fence and you intentionally run it down with your truck, that's a willful tort.

Willful blindness
Definition - Noun
: deliberate failure to make a reasonable inquiry of wrongdoing (as drug dealing in one's house) despite suspicion or an awareness of the high probability of its existence ...

Willful blindness · Criminal negligence
Ignorantia juris non excusat
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Willful disobedience of a judge's command or of an official court order.
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Willfully and unlawfully damaging real or personal property by means of fire or explosives or while committing a "felony". This offense includes damaging one's own property with the intent to defraud an insurer.

Intentionally, as distinguished from accidentally, carelessly or inadvertently, but not necessarily maliciously.
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A Willful Disregard Or Disobedience Of A Public Authority.
By the Constitution of the United States, each house of congress may determine the rules of its proceeding's, punish its members for disorderly behaviour and, ...

A willful disregard or disobedience of the court's order.
Contested Case
An action in which the defendant opposes the relief sought by the plaintiff.

To willfully or maliciously destroy, injure, disfigure, or deface any public or private property, real or personal, without the consent of the owner or person having custody or control by cutting, tearing, breaking, marking, painting, drawing, ...

"Whoever willfully blasphemes the holy name of God by denying, cursing or contumeliously reproaching God, his creation, government or final judging of the world, or by cursing or contumeliously reproaching Jesus Christ or the Holy Ghost, ...

Term: Willful
Definition: Intentional; intending the result which comes to pass.

Knowingly and willfully - This phrase, in reference to violation of a statute, means consciously and intentionally.

in rare cases to punish a defendant (which is an occasional goal of civil law). But even in states that allow punitive damages, they are usually limited to certain types of cases or for conduct that involves fraud or malice, or is willful ...

assault - Any willful attempt or threat to inflict injury upon the person of another, when coupled with an apparent present ability so to do, ...

CHILD ABUSE: A willful action by a person causing physical harm to a child.
CHILD SUPPORT: Money paid by a parent to supply food, housing and essentials.

[French, from saboter to clatter with wooden shoes, botch, sabotage, from sabot wooden shoe] 1 : the willful destruction of an employer's property or the hindering of normal operations by other means ...
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(pr´jr), in criminal law, the act of willfully and knowingly stating a falsehood under oath or under affirmation in judicial or administrative proceedings.

Homicide is generally defined as the willful, intentional killing of one human being by another. There are different types of homicide, including murder and manslaughter.

Contempt of court - Willful disobedience of a judge's command or of an official court order.
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To act with knowledge; willfully; consciously. To act knowingly in relation to an offense is to carry out an action with full knowledge that it is done and that it carries a predictable result.
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Perjury : A false statement made willfully and knowingly while under oath in a court proceeding.
Polled/polling : Calling the names of the jurors and having them state what their final verdict is before it is recorded.

A willful wrong done by an officer, or by one who, under color of his office, takes more fee or pay for his services than what the law allows.

The least touching of another's person willfully, or in anger, is a battery.

Deception, cunning, or artifice used to deceive or cheat. Proof of willful fraud voids a policy.
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Cruelty To Animals A crime that is defined differently in different states and municipalities, but usually involves the willful infliction of pain, suffering, or death on an animal, or the intentional or malicious neglect of an animal.

A deadbeat parent isn't just someone who has fallen behind on his or her child support payments. A true "deadbeat" is one who willfully decides not to pay child support, even though he or she has the means to provide such support.

Wrongful Death
an area of law that seeks to provide compensation to the heirs of a person whose death was caused by the negligent, willful, or wrongful act, neglect, omission, or default of another (see personal injury).
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GROSS NEGLIGENCE: Failure to use even the slightest amount of care in a way that shows recklessness or willful disregard for the safety of others.

Contempt of court falls into two categories. Criminal contempt is an act which is done to obstruct justice or to show disrespect to the court. Civil contempt is a willful disregard of a court mandate which was issued on behalf of a party.

A type of lawsuit brought by or on behalf of a deceased person's beneficiaries, alleging that the death was attributable to the willful or negligent act of another.

There are 2 kinds of damages: (1) "compensatory," meaning money to pay for the actual cost of an injury or loss; and (2)"punitive" or "exemplary," meaning an amount of money that's more than the actual damages. This is a punishment for willful or ...

Willful disobedience of a judge's command or of an official court order.
:. Continuance
Postponement of a legal proceeding to a later date.
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