impunity[im pyo̵̅o̅′ni tē]
When you steal something and you do not go to jail or face any consequences, this is an example of when you steal with impunity.
Origin of impunityFrench impunité ; from Classical Latin impunitas ; from impunis, free from punishment ; from in-, without + poena, punishment: see pain
Origin of impunityLatin impūnitās, from impūne, without punishment : in-, not; see in–1 + poena, penalty (from Greek poinē; see kwei-1 in Indo-European roots).
(countable and uncountable, plural impunities)
From Middle French impunité, from Latin impunitas, from impunis (“without punishment”).