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infraction

 [in-frak´shun]
incomplete bone fracture without displacement.

in·frac·tion

(in-frak'shŭn),
Obsolete term for fracture; especially one without displacement.
[L. infractio, a breaking, fr. infringere, to break]

in·frac·tion

(in-frak'shŭn)
A fracture; especially one without displacement.
[L. infractio, a breaking, fr. infringere, to break]
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Kudos to Webster Police Officer Southall who shoveled an elderly resident's sidewalk instead of issuing a civil infraction. Maybe the Webster town administrator and selectmen will have second thoughts on sand availability to property owners who do care about their properties and abide by the bylaw voted by them.
Moreover, in cases where an infraction (by a cartel, for example) has led to an increase in prices, legal proceedings for compensation can be launched not only against companies that are directly involved, but all along the distribution or supply chain.
Depending on the type of infraction, the presentation of violence was in first place (304), followed by anti-social behaviour (175), controversial themes (65), and sex (28).
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A high-moderate infraction, in their opinion, can be adjudicated, as a matter of their discretion, down to a low-moderate or even a minor.
Under the authority of sections 318.30-318.38, 327.73, and 327.74, Florida Statutes, and article V, section 2, Florida Constitution, this court adopts the following rules and procedure for the Civil Traffic Infraction Hearing Officer Program:
Ideally, after a staff member writes up a disciplinary incident, security staff on the next shift investigate the infraction and set a date and time for the hearing.
Weblinking, brand protection and domain infractions, along with phishing attacks, expose companies on a number of critical fronts.
While bus drivers were told to talk into the camera and give the license number and color of the car that passed the stop arm, the district's transportation supervisor, Dan Schultz, still had to spend hours reviewing the tape to get to the exact moment when the infraction occurred.
This issue includes the IRS practice of suspending a practitioner for two years from the e-file program for past infractions. Audience members felt that the eligibility requirements governing e-filing are onerous, outdated and lacked materiality.
* Remedial Measures: The new enforcement trait ensures prompt and appropriate remedial action is taken to protect agriculture, the food supply, and the environment in the event of a compliance infraction. This unit will also establish a specially-trained cadre of "first responder" compliance specialists who will initiate immediate actions that address any serious infractions and possible consequences.
Assume for the moment that the infraction rate is kept constant and the number of referees increases.