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A '''temporal violation''' was a report filed by the [[Department of Temporal Investigations]] when it was determined that an individual under [[Federation]] jurisdiction had not complied with regulations designed to ensure minimal contamination of the [[timeline]] in the event of [[time travel]].
 
A '''temporal violation''' was a report filed by the [[Department of Temporal Investigations]] when it was determined that an individual under [[Federation]] jurisdiction had not complied with regulations designed to ensure minimal contamination of the [[timeline]] in the event of [[time travel]].
   
In [[2373]], Department member [[Lucsly]] told {{dis|Captain|rank}} [[Benjamin Sisko|Sisko]] that [[James T. Kirk]] had the biggest file on record, with seventeen separate temporal violations. ({{DS9|Trials and Tribble-ations}})
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In [[2373]], Department member [[Lucsly]] told [[Captain]] [[Benjamin Sisko|Sisko]] that [[James T. Kirk]] had the biggest file on record, with seventeen separate temporal violations. ({{DS9|Trials and Tribble-ations}})
   
 
==Background information==
 
==Background information==
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