U.S. Department of State Foreign Affairs Manual Volume 9 - Visas 9 FAM 40.92 Regs/Statutes Page 1 of 4 9 FAM 40.92 ALIENS UNLAWFULLY PRESENT (CT:VISA-1341; 10-09-2009) (Office of Origin: CA/VO/L/R) 9 FAM 40.92 RELATED STATUTORY PROVISIONS (CT:VISA-1341; 10-09-2009) See INA 212(a)(9)(B) (8 U.S.C ...
9 FAM 40.93 ALIENS UNLAWFULLY PRESENT AFTER PREVIOUS IMMIGRATION VIOLATION 9 FAM 40.93 Aliens Unlawfully Present after Previous Immigration Violation
CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF A WEAPON SECOND DEGREE (C Felony) (Loaded Firearm) (with Intent to Use Unlawfully) PENAL LAW 265.03(1)(b) (Committed on or after Nov. 1, 1998 )
1 Penal Law § 170.50(1). 2 Penal Law § 170.50(2). UNLAWFULLY USING SLUGS SECOND DEGREE (B Misdemeanor) (Uses Slugs) PENAL LAW 170.55(1) (Committed on or after Sept. 1, 1967) The _____ count is Unlawfully Using Slugs in the Second Degree.
Unlawfully supplying any product for the purpose of falsifying a screening test . A. Unlawfully supplying any product for the purpose of falsifying or altering a drug, urine, or alcohol
2 Facts and Procedural History. On November 18, 2007, Richard Barnes argued with his wife Mary Barnes as he was moving out of their apartment. During the argument, Mary tried to call her sister but Barnes grabbed the phone from her hand and threw it against the wall.
28502 Procedure - Closure Of Premises Where Drugs Are Used Unlawfully – (Crack House Closures), And Closure Of Premises Associated With Persistent Disorder Or Nuisance- Part 1A, ASB Act 2003
Revised 6/16/03 POSSESSION OF WEAPON WITH A PURPOSE TO USE IT UNLAWFULLY AGAINST THE PERSON OR PROPERTY OF ANOTHER (N.J.S.A. 2C:39-4d) The count of the Indictment charges the defendant, , with the crime of possession of a weapon with a purpose to use it unlawfully against the person or property ...
wrongfully and unlawfully drive, operate or be in physical control of a motor vehicle, to-wit: a Chevrolet with Minnesota license plate NG959, while he was under the influence of alcohol.
Congress retained a reinstatement provision two years later when it revised the immigration laws through the INA, §242(f), 66 Stat. 212, as codified in this subsection: "Should the Attorney General find that any alien has unlawfully reentered the United States after having previously departed or been ...