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WDBJ7 Anchor/ReporterDo the crime, pay the fine. But a new report shows a lot of fines in Virginia go unpaid causing the state to lose out on nearly $171 million dollars a year. "My husband and I both got my traffic ticket back in November and about two weeks later we...
email@example.comA Hagerstown man was sentenced Thursday in Berkeley County Circuit Court to at least one year in prison after he pleaded guilty to fleeing the scene of a fatal motorcycle crash in April 2011. Steven Edward Thompson, 47, was fined $500 by 23rd Judicial...
Tags: Lawyers, Justice System, Crimes, Trials, Court Preliminary
Despite opposition from Internet firms including Facebook and Google, the California Senate on Thursday approved legislation that would require social networking sites to remove identifying information about teens and younger children from their pages...
The North Dakota State Seed Department has settled a case concerning state seed law violations by a Kidder County man for an illegal sale of a protected variety. The Steele man agreed to pay the State Seed Department $6,500 in fines for illegally...
Tags: Punishment, Laws, Crime, Law and Justice
The Road Warrior w/Dan HartzellI received this excellent commentary from Joe Schell of Allentown recently, regarding the massive April 1 pileup of more than 100 cars on I-95 in Virginia, killing three people and injuring many more. Couldn't have said it better myself, Joe, so I won't...
A company that owns an ethanol plant in Aberdeen has agreed to pay fines for violations of federal Environmental Protection Agency rules. The EPA says Advanced BioEnergy has agreed to pay $136,500 to settle violations at its ethanol plants in Aberdeen...
A representative of RoxCoal, Friedens, said the company acted in good faith regarding the safety of its employees in commenting about a $110,000 fine. RoxCoal received the civil penalty as the company was found in violation of a mandatory electrical...
Tags: Electronics, Friedens, Justice System, Punishment, Standards
ROME -- The operator of the Costa Concordia cruise ship, which struck rocks and partially sank off Italy last year, killing 32 people, agreed Wednesday to pay a $1.3-million fine to avoid a possible criminal trial. A judge in Tuscany accepted the...
Tags: Lawyers, Justice System, Trials, Court Preliminary, Consumers
Driving along Cliff Drive on a recent Monday, Laguna Beach civilian officer Alfred Casas spotted a 19-year-old holding a skateboard. Casas, 6-foot-4 and burly, calmly approached the man and respectfully asked if he knew about a city ordinance that...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe scene outside the auditorium of Williamsport High School was bustling Monday evening as parents, staff and choral booster members helped cast members put on makeup and costumes and rehearse music to prepare for the school’s production of “...
Tags: Education, Punishment, Schools, High Schools, Students
NASCAR on Wednesday levied stiff fines against the teams of reigning Sprint Cup Series champion Brad Keselowski and teammate Joey Logano because their cars were found to have unapproved suspension systems before Saturday's race at Texas Motor Speedway....
A Groton man who failed to follow sex offender registration requirements has been sentenced to 60 days in prison. Charles E. Bogart, 28, pleaded guilty to failing to notify law enforcers of a termination of employment as is required of a sex...
Tags: Prisons, Methamphetamine (drug), Crimes, Trials, Punishment
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