repeat offender


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Summary: Chandigarh (Punjab) [India], May 5 (ANI): Senior Congress leader and Rajya Sabha MP Anand Sharma said Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a 'repeat offender' of Model Code of Conduct (MCC) and he deserves 'multiple gag orders.'
The suspension applies to first-time violators but if he is proven to be a repeat offender, his boat licence shall be cancelled, Salah Al Rayssi, director of the fisheries sustainability department at the ministry, told Khaleej Times.
More than 32,000 motorists have been caught drink-driving at least twice -- including one repeat offender with NINE convictions.
The court on Tuesday observed that he was a repeat offender and blamed his parents for allowing him to drive at such tender age.
In May 2010, the repeat offender was handed a Sexual Offences Prevention Order, preventing him from contact with young people.
John, whose son Damian was murdered by a repeat offender in 2007, said: "It's a source of great frustration to us when we see what we have called for happening in England but not here."
Other criteria such as first-time or repeat offender status and good conduct are also determining, reads a Presidency press release.
NINTETEEN-YEAR-OLD repeat offender Eric (Jack O''Connell) swaggers into his first adult prison STARRED UP (18) .....
LADIES and gentlemen we present a repeat offender to the dressed in the dark column: Emilia Fox.
Thus, they will satisfy the repeat offender (exceeding the luxury tax in 4 of the past 5 years) clause by the conclusion of the 2013-14 season, assuming Miami exceeds the tax in each of the next 3 seasons.
John Veitch, Kentucky's chief state steward, told Thoroughbred Times that Dutrow is not considered a repeat offender in this case because clenbuterol is a class 3 drug - middle of the road in terms of seriousness by industry standards.
It is nonsense to think a repeat offender is going to be put off by an pounds 80 fine.