Admonition Law and Legal Definition

Admonition is a type of punishment by which an accused person will be discharged after warning him/her that if the offense is committed again s/he would be punished with severity. In an admonition an accused is found guilty but is neither imprisoned nor fined. S/he gets a verbal warning and the conviction would be made part of the record. An admonition is authorized by the civil law for misdemeanors.