use punishable in a sentence.
Treason is punishable by death in the US too.
How can something be illegal but not punishable?
Conspiracy to murder is punishable with life in prison.
Crossing the street against the light is a punishable offense.
My point is that posession would still be punishable by law.
If asserting one's rights is punishable, then they are not rights.
Lying on your visa application is a punishable offense.
Failing to include mandatory ASCII art of the Dear Leader atop each source file is a punishable offence.
The sign on the fence said "trespassing is punishable up to 1 year in jail".
Screaming at somebody's funeral should be punishable without the need of referring the content of screams in question.
Yeah, so you're a stupid asshole if you say things like that, but that isn't a punishable offense; not even in France.
How about opening trade-relations with China--a country where forming a labor union is punishable with the death penalty--didn't that happen around that time?
That "legal distinction" says stealing music is punishable by millions in fines, so...
A new draft media law would make it a crime to damage the country’s reputation or economy, punishable by fines of up to 1 million dirhams (about $272,000).
No country, the US included, has free speech, because slander and threats are punishable everywhere, even though they are only speech.