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Traffic Offenses – Driving After HO Order (access required)

Although defendant contends a December 2005 misdemeanor habitual offense was nolle prosequied for lack of actual notice of HO status, he overlooks the fact that the commonwealth proved at trial that he knew he was an HO in December 2005 and had been informed of this fact by a magistrate, and his subsequent conviction for ...

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