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Writ: an order issued by the court requiring the performance of a specified act or the giving of authority to have it done.
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Bradenton HeraldHe would soon learn that a woman had lost control of her vehicle, and they had crashed head-on. He was trapped inside the car until firefighters arrived and had to cut him out. The center console of his vehicle, including all his law enforcement ... more »
KATUThe City of Portland has specific conduct rules and laws that apply to parks - including a specific prohibition on the possession of weapons in parks - more »
urbanmilwaukeeMore cops die in car accidents than from shootings, onn study found. About 40 percent of all police pursuits of fleeing offenders in cars end in a crash, studies have found, and of these, 20 percent cause traumatic injury, and 1 percent result in death ... more »
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