The death penalty is not permitted in some states and is permitted in other states.
no, you will get a penalty if you fight in lacrosse, but you can go for it if it is worth the penalty
Potential penalty abatement means the possibility that the amount of a penalty might be reduced.
The assumption is that with a penalty such as losing your own life, potential murderers will think twice and reconsider.
Yes. The only times other players aren't permitted in the penalty box are on the goalkeeper's goal kicks and on penalty kicks.
If the ball does not move and you are not in a hazard you do not get penalized however, you are not permitted "cut" the grass on the course.
The goalkeeper is permitted to handle a ball received directly from an opponent's throw-in. If the throw is from a teammate (or himself), an indirect free kick will be awarded to the other team.
you get a penalty foul and potential yellow card
I suppose that it may have happened at some point in history, but the rule is clearly defined to not apply to the penalty killing team. This allows the shorthanded team to relieve the pressure in the defensive zone. The team on the power play *can* be charged with icing. Icing is NOT a penalty in hockey. It is called, by the linesman, the play is stopped, and a face off takes place back where the puck was shot from.
Cross-checking is never permitted and if caught by an official, will result in either a minor, major, match, or game misconduct penalty depending on the severity. If the cross-checking is a penalty other than a minor penalty, then an automatic fine is assessed and the player may be up for a possible suspension.
No, there is no penalty for this. In a competition round, you can not borrow clubs or balls, but you are permitted to borrow items such as tees and a pitch mark repairer. So no need to worry.
No. Cross checking is a penalty for all participants and the severity of the infraction is determined by the officials.