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Fine

A monetary penalty for an act. For example, one may have to pay $100 if one is caught driving over the speed limit. Fines are imposed instead of or (especially for financial crimes) in addition to prison sentences.
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Durham County Council comfortably came out on top in the North East, dishing out 1,258 fines at a rate of 17.
Those who don't pay face prosecution - and a maximum fine of PS2,500 or, in some cases, up to three months in prison.
The order to give a 50-per cent discount on traffic fines was issued on June 24 by Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, on the occasion of the Year of Giving.
In its annual review of FINRA sanctions, Sutherland found the other top four enforcement issues measured by total fines assessed in 2013 were trade reporting (198 trade reporting cases totaling $12.
Having said that, the list begins with two Emarati cousins, where one of them came in first on the list with 230 fines, while his relative scored 195 fines, coming in third place on the offenders' list.
Keep in mind that extruder screws are generally designed to convey pellets, not irregular chips, flake, fines, or strings.
C&D fines are the small fraction of mixed construction and demolition debris that are screened during the recycling process.
NASHVILLE - Kings forward Sean Avery, upset about being fined $1,000 for an alleged diving incident, unleashed his verbal fury Monday after he learned the fine will not be revoked.
According to the letter, the department banned the "co-disposal of 'gypsum-containing' fines with MSW .
The surface structure and printability of radiata pine TMP sheets are sensitive to the character and content of their fractions of long fiber and fines.
The tax treatment of fines and penalties is discussed below.