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Section 38-9-2 Definitions. For the purposes of this chapter, the following terms shall have
the following meanings: (1) ABUSE. The infliction of physical pain, injury, or the willful
deprivation by a caregiver or other person of services necessary to maintain mental and physical
health. (2) ADULT IN NEED OF PROTECTIVE SERVICES. A person 18 years of age or older whose
behavior indicates that he or she is mentally incapable of adequately caring for himself or
herself and his or her interests without serious consequences to himself or herself or others,
or who, because of physical or mental impairment, is unable to protect himself or herself
from abuse, neglect, exploitation, sexual abuse, or emotional abuse by others, and who has
no guardian, relative, or other appropriate person able, willing, and available to assume
the kind and degree of protection and supervision required under the circumstances. (3) CAREGIVER.
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Section 13A-8-11 Unauthorized use of vehicle; unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle. (a)
A person commits the crime of unauthorized use of a vehicle if: (1) Knowing that he does not
have the consent of the owner, he takes, operates, exercises control over or otherwise uses
a propelled vehicle; or (2) Having custody of propelled vehicle pursuant to an agreement between
himself or another and the owner thereof whereby the actor or another is to perform for compensation
a specific service for the owner involving the maintenance, repair or use of the vehicle,
he intentionally uses or operates it, without the consent of the owner, for his own purpose
in a manner constituting a gross deviation from the agreed purpose; or (3) Having custody
of a propelled vehicle pursuant to an agreement with the owner thereof whereby it is to be
returned to the owner at a specified time, he knowingly retains or withholds possession thereof,
without the consent of the owner, for so lengthy a period beyond... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 22-30B-15 Confidentiality of fee reports; exception; penalty; refusal of assistant
or agent of Department of Revenue to perform duties; penalty. (a) It shall be unlawful for
any person to print or publish in any manner whatever the fee report of any operator or any
part thereof or the fees due thereon or to divulge to any person, except persons required
or authorized to collect or audit or assist in collecting or auditing the reports or to use
the information contained in any such report or acquired in auditing any such report or enforcing
the provisions of this chapter for any purpose except for the audit of such report and collection
of the fee imposed by this chapter, unless the fee thereby imposed becomes delinquent; any
person violating the provisions of this section shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and
shall be fined not to exceed $500.00 or sentenced to hard labor for the county for not more
than 90 days, one or both for each offense, and upon conviction thereof... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 31-2-17 Unauthorized wearing of uniform of United States Armed Forces. It shall be
unlawful for any person not an officer, warrant officer, or enlisted man of the United States
Armed Forces to wear the duly prescribed uniform or any distinctive part thereof, of the uniform
of the United States Armed Forces, within the boundaries of the State of Alabama; provided
that the foregoing provisions shall not be construed so as to prevent officers, warrant officers,
or enlisted men of the National Guard or Naval Militia, or such other organizations as the
Secretary of Defense shall designate, from wearing the prescribed uniform, nor to prevent
persons who in time of war have served honorably as officers of the United States Armed Forces,
regular or volunteer, whose most recent service was terminated by an honorable discharge,
muster out or resignation, from wearing, upon occasions of ceremony, the uniform of the highest
grade they held by brevet or other commission in such regular or... - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 38-1-4 Filing names of recipients of public assistance with probate judge. (a) Duty
of county board. - The county board of human resources of each county shall on or before January
30, April 30, July 30 and October 30 file or cause to be filed with the probate judge a complete
report showing the names of all recipients of public assistance in the county receiving payments
under the provisions of this title, together with the amounts paid to each during the preceding
month. (b) Reports open to public inspection; exceptions. - The reports so filed with the
probate judge shall be securely bound by him in a separate record book provided for that purpose,
which book and all reports contained therein shall be public records and shall be open to
public inspection at all times during the regular office hours of the probate judge. However,
nothing contained in this section shall be construed to authorize or require the disclosure
of any records of the county department of human... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 12-17-226 Definitions. For purposes of this division, the following terms shall have
the following meanings: (1) ADMINISTRATION FEE. A fee imposed by the district attorney as
a condition precedent to participation in a pretrial diversion program. (2) COMMUNITY SERVICE.
Work imposed as a condition of a pretrial diversion program that is intended for the common
good of the community or to assist in restoration of the victim. Community service should
further serve to rehabilitate an offender. (3) DISTRICT ATTORNEY. The district attorney of
the judicial circuit or his or her designee, so designated to fulfill the goals, purposes,
and objectives of this division. (4) LAW ENFORCEMENT or LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER. As defined
in Section 41-8A-1 or 36-25-1, whether employed in this state or elsewhere. (5) OFFENDER.
Any person who has been charged with a criminal offense, including, but not limited to, any
felony, misdemeanor, violation, or traffic offense, as defined in the Code of... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 13A-6-240 Distributing a private image with intent to harass, threaten, coerce, or
intimidate the person depicted. (a) A person commits the crime of distributing a private image
if he or she knowingly posts, emails, texts, transmits, or otherwise distributes a private
image with the intent to harass, threaten, coerce, or intimidate the person depicted when
the depicted person has not consented to the transmission and the depicted person had a reasonable
expectation of privacy against transmission of the private image. (b) For purposes of this
section, private image means a photograph, digital image, video, film, or other recording
of a person who is identifiable from the recording itself or from the circumstances of its
transmission and who is engaged in any act of sadomasochistic abuse, sexual intercourse, sexual
excitement, masturbation, breast nudity, as defined in Section 13A-12-190, genital nudity,
or other sexual conduct. The term includes a recording that has been... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 13A-8-23 Tampering with availability of gas, electricity, or water. (a) The following
terms shall have the meanings ascribed thereto unless the context clearly indicates otherwise:
(1) OWNER. Includes any part owner, joint owner, tenant-in-common, joint tenant, or tenant
by the entirety of the whole or part of any building. (2) PERSON. Includes a corporation,
firm, company, or association. (3) TENANT or OCCUPANT. Shall include any person who occupies
the whole or a part of any building whether alone or with others and shall include the owner.
(4) UTILITY. Any public or private utility authorized to provide electricity, natural gas,
or water or any combination thereof for sale to consumers in any particular service area.
(5) UTILITY SERVICES. The products, commodities, and services provided by a utility to its
customers. (b) It shall be unlawful for a tenant, occupant, or any other person to commit
any of the following acts which could, or in fact does, make gas, electricity, or... - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 33-15-7 Rates, fees and charges; user permits. (a) Rates, fees and charges for services
rendered by the authority from any of its facilities shall be fixed and from time to time
revised by the authority; provided, that such rates, fees and charges shall be so fixed as
at all times to provide funds at least sufficient: (1) To pay the cost of operating, maintaining,
repairing, replacing, extending and improving the facilities and other property from which
such services are rendered; (2) To pay the principal of and the interest on all bonds issued
and obligations assumed by the authority that are payable out of the revenues derived from
the operation of those facilities as the said principal and interest become due and payable;
(3) To create and maintain such reserves for the foregoing purposes or any of them as may
be provided in any mortgage and deed of trust or trust indenture executed by the authority
hereunder or in any resolutions of the board of directors authorizing the... - 3K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 34-31-32 Violations; penalties. (a) Any person engaged in business as a certified contractor
or performing the functions of a certified contractor in violation of this chapter shall be
guilty of a Class A misdemeanor, as defined by the state criminal code. (b) The board may,
at its discretion, impose late penalties on those certified contractors who fail to renew
certificates by December 31 of each year. The board may also remove certification from any
certified person who fails to renew his or her certificate by the first day of March and require
the person to apply for a new certificate. Furthermore, the board may at its discretion, remove,
revoke, or suspend the certification from any certified contractor who provides substandard
or dangerous service, repair, or installation, or who otherwise violates this chapter, and
may require such person to apply for a new certification. The board may, in its discretion,
also require the successful re-testing of any such person who... - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages

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