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Criminal – Forgery – Uttering – Driving After HO Order (access required)

A driver who forged another person's name on three traffic summonses issued by police, and who was driving after having been declared a habitual offender, is convicted of three counts of forging a public document, three counts of uttering a public document, and one count of driving after an HO declaration. The person whose name defendant ...

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