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Among the sort of policing that fell away, the former officer said, was officers’ routine sweeps of areas where drug users congregated, to check their names for outstanding warrants, which would often net suspects in local burglaries.
At least a dozen times, the report states, judges issued bench warrants for her arrest for violating the terms of her release requiring her to enter various treatment programs.
Housing authority officials didn’t cancel the eviction warrant until a month later.
SHE WAS SUED OVER RENT SHE DIDN’T OWE. IT TOOK SEVEN COURT DATES TO PROVE SHE WAS RIGHT.BY DANIELLE OHL, CAPITAL GAZETTE, AND TALIA BUFORD AND BEENA RAGHAVENDRAN, PROPUBLICAAUGUST 25, 2020PROPUBLICA
Whether new team members or veteran managers, we assume we have neither the capacity nor the warrant to reinvent how our organizations work.
The USA Freedom Reauthorization Act grants federal authorities the ability to collect “tangible things” related to national security investigations without a warrant.
De Robeck agrees that we don't know enough yet to warrant us in fault-finding or intervention.
He had no rest until the seals were fixed to parchment, and the warrant of his release appeared in public print.
He has no authority to warrant the quality of property sold except custom or authority is expressly given to him.
The context in Chaucer does not seem to warrant the interpretation given by Tyrwhit.
David had replied, in that short tone of self-sufficiency which conveys so much more than the syllable would seem to warrant.

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