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"Chapter 20. If misconduct
§ 1 A person who intentionally or negligently by public authority, act or omission override those of the task must be convicted of misconduct in a fine or imprisonment not exceeding two years.
If the act having regard to the offender's powers or task associated with the exercise of authority in general or to other circumstances are considered to be small, should not be penalized.
If the offense referred to in the first paragraph has been committed intentionally, and is regarded as a grave, shall be sentenced for gross misconduct to imprisonment for at least six months and six years. In assessing whether the crime is gross special consideration shall be whether the offender has seriously abused his position or whether the act of an individual or the public has resulted in serious harm or improper benefit is significant. "
Is the prosecutor's actions versus RB Chapter 24. § 8 to be considered ongoing crimes? It falls under public prosecution, that if someone goes to the police and ask questions so the police say that it is a crime that the state should take over and investigate /
drive without any special person registered as a notifier? (Sound familiar?)
Where there is notification and closure, can you ask that CBO will target owner-counsel and request a review?
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