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traffic court

(Law) law a magistrates' court dealing with traffic offences
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traf′fic court`

a court that passes on alleged violations of traffic laws.
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Noun1.traffic court - a court that has power to prosecute for traffic offensestraffic court - a court that has power to prosecute for traffic offenses
court, judicature, tribunal - an assembly (including one or more judges) to conduct judicial business
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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The county in recent years has made security upgrades and added more sheriff's deputies to the Downers Grove traffic court, but the location in American Legion Post 80 on Saratoga Avenue still is considered a temporary spot.
The Embassy of Oman in the UAE on Thursday hailed the decision of Dubai Traffic Court to release the Omani driver of Mwasalat bus on bail.
The 53-year-old was charged with causing the wrongful death of 17 passengers and injuring 13 others, and was sentenced to seven years in jail plus ordered to pay Dh3.4 million in blood money to the victim's families by the Dubai Traffic Court last month.
Dubai's Traffic Court had sentenced the Omani driver to seven years and AED 3.4 million (about OMR 356,000) in compensation towards the families of the victims.
During the first year of the Traffic Court Rules Committee's regular cycle, the committee proposed out-of-cycle revisions and amendments to three rules, as a result of the adoption of the Victims' Rights Amendment to the Florida Constitution.
Summary: The duo were referred to the traffic court.
"They both admitted to the charges and will appear at the Traffic Court on April 30."
Police arrested him for drunk driving and was charged before a Nairobi traffic court after failing to follow a traffic officer's order to blow into a breathalyser.
The Traffic Court Rules Committee invites comments on the proposed rule amendments anticipated to be included in the Committee's regular-cycle report.
Meanwhile in Little Rock Traffic Court on June 8, Rogers paid $575 and pleaded guilty to driving on a suspended license and failing to appear at a May 4 hearing.
New revenue limits imposed by the state General Assembly and Governor Jay Nixon cut local government's share of traffic court fines from the previous 30 percent to 12.5 percent for some 90 municipalities in St.
Al Felasi said: "He objected against the fines and we transferred him to Dubai Traffic Court for a decision and the judge cut the amount to Dhs90,000.

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