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  eMedicine - Freiberg Infraction : Article by Matison Boyer, MD
Synonyms and related keywords: infraction of the metatarsal head, osteochondrosis of the metatarsal heads, avascular necrosis of the metatarsal head, eggshell fracture, peculiar metatarsal disease, Koehler second disease, Panner disease of the metatarsals, osteochondritis deformans metatarso-juvenilis, malacopathia, subchondral bone fatigue fracture of the metatarsal head, dorsal trabecular stress injury of the metatarsal head
The stage of epiphyseal maturation in the 2 specimens was similar to that commonly seen in Freiberg disease of adolescent onset.
Campbell WC: Infraction of the head of the second and third metatarsal bones: Report of cases.
www.emedicine.com /orthoped/topic492.htm   (5219 words)

  Infraction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Infraction as a general term means a violation of a rule or local ordinance or regulation, promise or obligation.
An infraction in legal sense (minor offense, minor violation, petty offense, or frequently citation, sometimes used as synonymous with violation, regulatory offense, welfare offense, or contravention) is a "petty" violation of the law less serious than a misdemeanor.
Typically, an infraction is a violation of a rule or local ordinance or regulation.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Infraction   (336 words)

 Infraction Procedures
An infraction is not a crime, but failure to respond can result in an increase of the amount you must pay and in the suspension of your driver's license.
When you are found to have committed a traffic infraction, either by paying the penalty, having a hearing to explain the circumstances, or after a contested hearing, state law requires the court to report the conviction to the Department of Licensing (DOL), unless a "deferred finding" was entered and complied with..
If you receive an infraction for "failure to display proof of liability insurance" and you were insured at the time of the infraction, you may file proof of your insurance with the court along with a $25 administrative fee, and the infraction will then be dismissed and not go on your driving record.
www.co.grays-harbor.wa.us /info/judicial/infractions.html   (1483 words)

 infraction - Synonyms from Thesaurus.com
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 District Court - Traffic Infraction FAQ
If you have received a traffic infraction, you may be eligible for a deferral if you request a mitigation hearing.
When you are found to have committed a traffic infraction, either by paying the penalty, having a hearing to explain the circumstances, or after a contested hearing, State law requires the court to report the conviction to the Department of Licensing (DOL).
If you obtained insurance after you were issued the infraction, you may request a mitigation hearing to explain the circumstances and show your insurance proof to the judge.
www.co.jefferson.wa.us /discourt/TrafficInfractionFAQ.asp   (1225 words)

 selfhelp: Traffic and Non-Traffic Civil Infraction Matters
A traffic civil infraction case begins when a law enforcement officer issues a Uniform Law Citation (ticket) claiming that you have violated the Michigan Vehicle Code, or a local ordinance (local law) that is similar to the Michigan Vehicle Code, for an offense for which the penalty does not include a jail sentence.
Some of the more common traffic civil infraction cases are speeding, careless driving, defective equipment, failure to wear a safety belt, failure to yield the right of way, and disobeying a traffic control device.
Most traffic and non-traffic civil infraction violations are heard by district judges or magistrates in the district court located closest to where the incident occurred.
courts.michigan.gov /scao/selfhelp/intro/civil/traffic.htm   (953 words)

 DCI Universal Penalty Guidelines (Print)
This infraction applies only to games that use sideboards and only if players are not required to register their sideboards for the tournament.
A player is considered to have committed this infraction when he or she has not returned his or her deck to its original configuration before presenting the deck to an opponent at the beginning of the first game of the match.
A player is considered to have committed this infraction when he or she is not in his or her seat when the round begins.
www.wizards.com /DCI/judge/MTG_DCI_Penalty_Guidelines_Print.asp   (6794 words)

 Ice hockey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
There are many infractions for which a player may be assessed a penalty.
These penalties end either when the time runs out or the other team scores on the power play; in the case of a goal scored during the first two minutes of a double minor, the penalty clock is set down to two minutes upon a score (effectively expiring the first minor).
In that case, the team designates another player to serve the minor or major; both players go to the penalty box, but only the designee may not be replaced, and he is released upon the expiration of the two or five minutes, at which point the ten-minute misconduct begins.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ice_hockey   (5643 words)

 AGO 2003 No. 3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The recipient of a “notice of traffic infraction” under RCW 46.63 or a “traffic citation and notice to appear” under RCW 46.64 must be served with a notice or citation that bears his or her signature, assuming the person signed the document.
Moreover, apart from demonstrating that the person is on notice of his or her obligation to respond, it is reasonable to conclude that the person’s signature promising to respond helps bring that obligation home.
Thus, we conclude that the law presently requires the person to be served with a notice of infraction bearing his or her signature.
www.atg.wa.gov /opinions/2003/opinion_2003_3.htm   (1483 words)

 V:EKN Judges' Guidelines
If players bring an infraction to the attention of the judge, a penalty should be applied for that infraction in the round in which it occurred, whenever possible.
A player is considered to have committed this infraction when he or she unintentionally misplayed a card or a game rule.
Forcing players to redraw their hands with one less card is fairly quick and simple and avoids the possibility of a player gaining an advantage if he or she just had to reshuffle his or her cards and draw a new hand.
www.white-wolf.com /vtes/veknJudgesGuide.html   (4872 words)

 FindLaw for Legal Professionals - Case Law, Federal and State Resources, Forms, and Code
The commission of a parking infraction, as defined in Division (a) of Section 459.01 of the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, shall not be considered a criminal offense for any purpose.
Failure to answer the parking infraction within thirty (30) days after the date on which the notification of infraction was mailed shall result in the imposition of an additional penalty of five dollars ($5.00).
If the person, in his answer, denied that he committed the parking infraction and requested the presence at the hearing of the law enforcement officer who issued the parking ticket, the officer shall be required to attend the hearing unless the hearing examiner determines that the officer's presence is not required.
caselaw.lp.findlaw.com /clevelandcodes/cco_part4_459.html   (3817 words)

 Colorado Traffic Infraction vs. Traffic Offenses - Colorado Springs Attorney Robert D. Gustafson
If a traffic offense is charged with a traffic infraction, the case is heard before a judge under the rules of criminal procedure.
C.R.T.I. Defendant alleged a 4 point traffic infraction and a 6 point traffic offense had "substantially the same penalties." He contended that the statutory classification was unreasonable and therefore denied him equal protection.
Because the maximum penalty for a traffic infraction is $100, an individual charged with a traffic infraction does not have a constitutional right to a jury trial.
www.speeding-tickets-colorado-springs.com /Infraction-Offense.htm   (5987 words)

 New Page 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
An infraction is not a crime, but failure to respond can result in the suspension of your driver's license.
A contested infraction hearing is a civil case and the Judge will decide the case based on the preponderance of the evidence.
When an infraction is not paid in a timely manner or a hearing is missed, a $52 late penalty is added to the amount shown on the ticket.
www.whitmancounty.org /dcourt/index_pages/infraction.htm   (1549 words)

 Provincial Offences Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. P.33   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
(1) A defendant who is served with a parking infraction notice may give notice of intention to appear in court for the purpose of entering a plea and having a trial of the matter by so indicating on the parking infraction notice and delivering the notice to the place specified in it.
      (5) A certificate of parking infraction issued for an infraction under a by-law of a municipality is not insufficient or irregular by reason only that it does not identify the by-law that creates the offence if the notice of trial given to the defendant identifies the by-law.  1992, c.
      (3) Despite subsection (2), if the defendant is alleged to have committed the parking infraction as owner of the vehicle involved in the infraction, the justice shall not enter a conviction and impose the set fine unless he or she is satisfied that the defendant is the owner of the vehicle.
www.e-laws.gov.on.ca /DBLaws/Statutes/English/90p33_e.htm   (5902 words)

If the Legislature intended to treat infractions as public offenses and if the charging of a public offense invokes the right to trial by jury, sections 19c and 1042.5, which deny a jury to one who commits an infraction, conflict with section 689.
Support for this interpretation is found in the language of section 1042.5 which states that a defendant "charged with an infraction and with a public offense for which there is a right to jury trial" (italics added) may be accorded a jury trial.
Hence, even though we were to treat an infraction as a public offense under section 16, we must nevertheless excise infractions from section 689 in order to effect the objective of the Legislature.
home.earthlink.net /~venue53/infraction.html   (847 words)

 City of Shelton - Municipal Court - Infractions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The Judge, depending on the explanation and your record, may adjust the penalty unless your infraction is for speeding in a school zone.
When an infraction is not paid in a timely manner or a hearing is missed, a $47 late penalty is added to the amount shown on the ticket.
In your written statement whether it be by letter or email, you must certify or declare under penalty of perjury that the statement is true and you must state that if it is determined that you committed the cited infraction, you promise to pay the monetary penalty authorized by law and assessed by the court.
www.ci.shelton.wa.us /infraction_procedures.htm   (1464 words)

 Florida e State Traffic School Home, driving school, driving record, defensive driving
A civil traffic infraction is a non-criminal violation that can usually be disposed of by payment of the civil penalty (fine) or election to attend a defensive driving course.
Any person charged with an infraction may, instead of appearing in court, file an affidavit of defense.
If you are cited for an infraction that does not require a mandatory court appearance, you may be able to prevent points from being assessed against your license by electing to attend a defensive driving course.
www.estatetrafficschool.com /fl.html   (2040 words)

 Infraction News
Infraction Records is very thrilled to release this disc from Kiln.
There is a group of small acts, collectives and individual artists that dot the globe creating spacious scenes using a backdrop of layered or prepared guitar and infusing environmental recordings.
Two version of "See" cover art are being released; a limited edition Infraction art print version in a numbered edition of 100 (available through Infraction and ICR exclusively available since July) and a run of 300 with artwork by Jonathan Coleclough, which has just come out in the last month.
www.infractionrecords.com /newsinfraction.html   (3496 words)

 General Traffic FAQ's   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Under the Florida statutes, a civil infraction traffic ticket is a case in which a person is suspected of committing a non-criminal traffic infraction.
If the case is a civil infraction you may elect to pay the civil penalty or to attend traffic school.
I received a civil infraction traffic ticket for driver license (expired less than four months), tag or insurance.
www.miami-dadeclerk.com /dadecoc/faqs/generaltrafficfaqs.asp   (5707 words)

 Browse by Label: INFRACTION
Even the names of the tracks support it's ambiguous nature ('Days that never were', 'White feathers on a dish, used to erect the pyramids' and 'These foolish things').
The result is a chilly, nearly mournful depiction of the sound of northern lights as they ascend and fall in the night sky.
Drawn is a study in turning lost to found sound, capturing momentary guitar passes, and releasing them, subtly altered, into enduring motifs, finding felicity in the fleeting and making it stay awhile to become compelling.
www.forcedexposure.com /labels/infraction.html   (2067 words)

Hume says it is a "violation" or an "infraction", and many writers -- e.g., Martensen, Hodge, Baden-Powell, Theodore Parker -- use the term for miracles as a whole.
Thus, e.g., it is against the nature of iron to float, but the action of Eliseus in raising the axe-head to the surface of the water (2 Kings 6) is no more a violation, or a transgression, or an infraction of natural laws than if he raised it with his hand.
Again, it is of the nature of fire to burn, but when, e.g., the Three Children were preserved untouched in the fiery furnace (Dan., iii) there was nothing unnatural in the act, as these writers use the word, any more than there would be in erecting a dwelling absolutely fireproof.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/10338a.htm   (11307 words)

 Infraction at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
nl:overtreding An infraction (minor offense, minor violation, petty offense) is a "petty" crime, considered to be less serious than a misdemeanor.
Examples of infractions include: jaywalking, littering, and minor traffic violations.
Those convicted of an infraction are typically fined.
www.wiki.tatet.com /Infraction.html   (177 words)

 infraction - Parking Is Hard To Find. Search our datababase of airport parking, parking lots and parking places near ...
Infraction Procedures Start by reading the entire back side of the notice of infraction (or "ticket") given to you by Your copy of a notice of infraction is green in color.
Washington Courts Washington State Court Rules: Infraction Rules for Courts of Limited Jurisdiction 4.1, Notification to Department of Licensing of Traffic Infraction View as HTML Information and Procedure — Penalties for Failure to Comply: Infraction notice of infraction, and any statement submitted by you (“the defendant”).
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 Infraction / Criminal Record ? - FerrariChat.com
I caught an infraction once in California (when I was younger) but a course of penicillin worked wonders and about 10 days later I expunged it.
As for whether it is still a misdemeanor, I'm not sure but I would think that would've changed as well.
I checked my ticket and it is circled as an infraction and not a misdemeanor.
www.ferrarichat.com /forum/showthread.php?t=45115   (467 words)

 Definition of infraction - Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
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