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Clinton, operating under the influence of liquor, sufficient facts found, but continued without a finding until April 15, 2016, $250 operating under the influence fee, $50 operating under the influence victims assessment, $250 head injury assessment, $50 victim witness assessment; reckless operation of a motor vehicle, dismissed; operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, dismissed upon payment of $100 in court costs; possessing an open container of alcohol in a vehicle, not responsible.
3 billion was lost nationwide to motor vehicle thefts in 2012.
First, police are able to search a motor vehicle without a warrant if there is probable cause to believe that contraband or evidence is contained therein.
In most states, insurers give state motor vehicle departments their entire book of business on a regular basis, depending on the state.
The consumption of aluminum permanent mold and sand castings in motor vehicles also is forecast to reach record shipments in '00 at 523,000 tons, leading to a 829,000 tons in total shipments, which represents a 5.
1 percent; strong increases in computer and office equipment and in semiconductors were mostly offset by a decrease in motor vehicles and parts.
Had we known it had been repurchased for faults, we would never have purchased the vehicle," Sodari-Smith told the California Division of Motor Vehicles during a hearing on Chrysler lemon-laundering charges in 1995.
The percentage of those with this type of training was nearly equal when partitioned by motor vehicle crash versus firearm, with 49 and 48 percent, respectively.
The launch of Luxury Motor Vehicle Insurance builds on the robust foundations of our collaboration and allows Provident to cater to the needs of a discerning market segment that requires more from their vehicle insurance than standard market products provide, adds Lynch.
Although the motor vehicle exception often has been referred to as the "automobile" exception, this is somewhat of a misnomer because courts have applied this exception in situations involving other types of conveyances.
5 percent; the most sizable gains were in the production of transit equipment, which includes aircraft and motor vehicles for business use, and information processing equipment, which includes computers.
Based on this estimate, 946,000 tons of cast aluminum is forecasted for use in motor vehicles in 1995, up 4% over 1994 shipments.
Route 2 eastbound, motor vehicle fire, gone on arrival.
0 percent, largely because of rebounds in the production of parts and materials used primarily by the motor vehicle industry.
Total dollar losses due to property crimes (burglary, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft) were estimated at $15.
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