habitual offender

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Warrier said every habitual offender will be geo-tagged to help police constantly keep track of their movements thereby decreasing crime, especially property offences.
Speaking to ANI, Jain said "Max Hospital Shalimar Bagh has become a habitual offender, we had no option but to cancel their license".
Santana, 40, of the 700 block of Custer Avenue, has been charged with multiple felonys including unlawful possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, unlawful possession of a controlled substance, criminal fortification of a residence, unlawful use of a weapon, unlawful use of a weapon with a defaced serial number and being an armed habitual offender.
After the hearing, Chief Insp Helena Barron, of Northumbria Police, said: "This was a reckless crime spree from a man who is best described as a habitual offender.
PSG is a habitual offender and has been violating UEFA's Financial Fair Play regulations for years," Tebas added.
PSG is a habitual offender and has been violating UEFA's Financial Fair Play regulations for years, it is important that UEFA doesn't just look at the most recent player transfers, but at PSG's history of noncompliance.
He's a habitual offender and I see the reality of him returning to custody but I ask that it's suspended.
Medicine Eagle, the Supreme Court of South Dakota held that the trial court lacked jurisdiction to sentence Gabriel Medicine Eagle as a habitual offender due to an information filing error.
Cowboy of the week: Habitual offender William King of Sure Seal Home Improvements Company Ltd.
Following the sentence, North Wales Police Det Chief Inspector Neil Harrison said: "Bowen has numerous convictions for burglary dwelling and is a habitual offender.
During investigation, the CID team discovered that the person was a habitual offender and was also wanted in some financial fraud cases.
We considered the player's previous record and concluded that he is an habitual offender against the laws of the game, and one for whom there needs to be a deterrent to combat a clear pattern of offending, both on and off the field," read the judgement.