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Local Rules of Court in Criminal Cases

 

PAINESVILLE MUNICIPAL COURT

LOCAL RULES OF COURT
(download Complete Court Rules as pdf document)

Table of Contents

 
Rule 1 Hours of Court 1
Rule 2 Motions for Continuance 1-2
  LOCAL RULES IN CRIMINAL CASES  
Rule 12 Case Management Program - Pre-trials 6
Rule 13 Case Management Program - Trial 6
Rule 14 Motions 6
Rule 15 Cases Heard on Scheduled Date 6
Rule 16 Dismissals 6
Rule 17 Traffic Violations Bureau 7
Rule 18 Non-Resident Violator Compact (O.R.C. 4511.95 and 4511.951) 8
Rule 19 Non-Resident Violator Not a Member of the Interstate Violator’s Compact 8
Rule 20 Ohio Violator 9
Rule 21 Continuing Traffic Appearance 9
Rule 22 Facsimile Filings 9-13
  Applicability 9
  Original Filing 10
  Definitions 10
  Cover Page 10,11
  Signature 11
  Exhibits 11,12
  Time of Filing 12
  Fees and Costs 12
  Length of Document 12
  Effective Date 13
  Adoption of Rules 14
  EXHIBIT B  
Exhibit B Court Costs - Traffic & Criminal B-1,2
  Bond Schedule B-3
  Waiver Schedule B-4,5
  Lake Metro Parks Waiver Schedule B-6
  Ohio Division of Wildlife Waiver & Bond Schedule B-7,8,9
  Division of Watercraft Waiver Schedule B-10
  Department of Natural Resources;
Division of Parks & Recreation Waiver Schedule

B-11,12
  Department of Natural Resources;
Division of Natural Areas and Preserves

B-13
  Gross & Axle Overload Waiver Schedule B-14
  Public Utilities Commission of Ohio Waiver & Bond Schedule B-15,16,17
  PAINESVILLE MUNICIPAL COURT
LOCAL RULES OF COURT

 

The Painesville Municipal Court hereby adopts the following Rules of Court for the handling of cases and management of the Court. These Rules are adopted pursuant to the authority of the Rules of Superintendence for Municipal and County Courts, Rule 5 and are intended to include a case management program pursuant to Rule 5B1 and Local Fax Filing Rules.

These Rules are intended to supplement and complement the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure, the Ohio Rules of Criminal Procedure, the Ohio Traffic Rules, the Rules of Superintendence for Municipal and County Courts, and other controlling rules and statutes in the application and administration in proceedings in the Court.

These Rules shall be applied, construed and enforced so as to avoid inconsistency with other rules of court and statutes governing proceedings, functions and services of this Court. In their application and administration they shall be construed and employed so as to provide fairness and simplicity in procedure, to avoid technical and unjustifiable delay, and to secure just, expeditious and inexpensive determination of all actions and proceedings.

These Rules shall apply to all parties, counsel of record and subject matter of all actions, civil, criminal or traffic filed on and after the effective date hereof.

   
  Rule No. 1 - Hours of the Court Back to Top

The offices of the Court shall be open between the hours of 8:00 o’clock A.M. and 4:30 o’clock P.M., Monday through Friday and 4:30 o’clock P.M. to 6:00 o’clock P.M. every Wednesday (traffic division only).* These hours may be extended or diminished by Order of the Court from time to time.

  *NO CIVIL FILINGS WILL BE ACCEPTED.  
   
  Rule No. 2 - Motions for Continuance Back to Top

Motions for Continuance shall be submitted to the Court in writing at least seven (7) days in advance of the scheduled hearing, and must contain a brief in support setting forth the reasons requiring the continuance, along with a proposed Order for the Court’s review and approval. No continuance will be granted by phone.

When a continuance is sought for the reason that counsel is scheduled to appear in another case assigned for trial or hearing on the same date in another court in the State, the movant shall attach to his or her motion, a copy of the Notice received from the other court, along with a copy of the Notice received from this Court. Motions for Continuance sought due to a conflict in hearing or trial schedules shall be decided in accordance with Rule 41 (B) of the Rules of Superintendence for Municipal and County Courts.

Motions for Continuance submitted after the aforementioned seven (7) day period may be granted upon the showing of good cause constituting extreme hardship, unforeseen circumstances or other unavoidable conditions.

A proposed Judgment Entry must accompany all Motions for Continuance.

For rules 3-11, please refer to the Local Rules of Court in Civil Cases.

   
LOCAL RULES IN CRIMINAL CASES  
  Rule No. 12 - Case Management Program - Pre-trials Back to Top

All criminal cases wherein the defendant pleads “not guilty” at the initial appearance or the case is not otherwise disposed of, shall be immediately set for a pretrial conference. The notice of the pretrial conference date shall be personally delivered to the defendant and/or his attorney prior to leaving court.

The defendant and his attorney shall be required to personally appear at the pretrial conference unless expressly excused by Court Order. All cases which are not disposed of at the conclusion of the pretrial conference shall be set for trial unless specifically indicated otherwise by the Court. Prior to leaving the Court at the conclusion of the pretrial conference, a notice of the trial date shall be personally delivered to the defendant and/or his attorney.


   
  Rule No. 13 - Case Management Program - Trial Back to Top

All trials shall be scheduled before the Court unless the defendant files a timely jury demand or otherwise is accorded a right to trial by jury pursuant to law.

   
  Rule No. 14 - Motions Back to Top
All Motions shall be made in accordance with Criminal Rule 12. Any motion which, by its nature, is capable of determination without hearing shall be ruled on without hearing.
   
  Rule No. 15 - Cases Heard on Scheduled Date Back to Top
All criminal cases shall be heard only at the regularly scheduled date and time. Defendants may appear for hearing or disposition of their case at a time other than the regularly scheduled date and time only upon written motion filed in advance with the Court.
   
  Rule No. 16 - Dismissals Back to Top
When the prosecutor desires to dismiss a criminal charge, he shall file a written application therefore pursuant to the provisions of the Ohio Rules of Criminal Procedure, Rule No. 48. The prosecutor shall state in a written application the reasons for the requested dismissal. A criminal charge may only be dismissed by the State by leave of court pursuant to this Rule.
   
  Rule No. 17 - Traffic Violations Bureau Back to Top

A. Pursuant to the authority of Ohio Traffic Rule 13 and Criminal Rule 4.1 there is hereby established at the Painesville Municipal Court, a Traffic Violations Bureau. The Clerk of Court is hereby appointed as the Violations Clerk.

B. The purpose of the Violations Bureau shall be to accept appearance, waiver of trial, plea of guilty and payment of fine and costs for offenses within the authority of the Violations Bureau.

C. The Court hereby establishes and publishes a schedule of fines and costs for all offenses subject to the authority of the Violations Bureau. This schedule is attached hereto and marked Exhibit B and shall be distributed to all law enforcement agencies operating within the jurisdiction of the Court and shall be prominently displayed at the payment window of the Violations Bureau at the Court.

D. The Violations Bureau shall have authority to dispose of all traffic offenses and minor misdemeanor offenses except for the following offenses:

 
  1. Indictable Offenses.
  2. Operating a Motor Vehicle While Under the Influence of Alcohol or any Drug of Abuse.
  3. Leaving the Scene of an Accident.
  4. Driving While Under Suspension or Revocation of Driver’s License.
  5. Driving without being licensed to drive, except where the driver’s or commercial driver’s license had been expired for six months or less.
  6. A third moving traffic offense within a 12 month period.
  7. Failure to stop and remain standing upon meeting or overtaking a school bus stopped on the highway for purpose of receiving or discharging a school child.
  8. Willfully eluding or fleeing a police officer.
  9. Drag Racing
  10. Wrongful Entrustment
 
E. The procedure for a defendant’s appearance, plea and waiver of trial at the Violations Bureau shall be as set forth in Traffic Rule 13(D).
   
  Rule No. 18 - Non-Resident Violator Compact (O.R.C. 4511.95 and 4511.951)
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Pursuant to the provisions of the Non-Resident Violator compact, any police officer issuing a traffic citation or minor misdemeanor citation to a resident of a member jurisdiction shall not require the violator to post collateral to secure his appearance if the arresting officer receives the violator’s signed personal recognizance that he or she will comply with the summons. Any police officer issuing a citation to a non-resident motorist from a compact member jurisdiction for one of the following offenses shall not accept the violator’s personal recognizance but shall instead require the violator to post security in accordance with the attached bond schedule or in lieu thereof take the violator into custody and hold the violator in custody for an immediate appearance in Court at the first available court session:

 
  1. Indictable Offenses.
  2. Operating a Motor Vehicle While Under the Influence of Alcohol or any Drug of Abuse.
  3. Leaving the Scene of an Accident.
  4. Driving While Under Suspension or Revocation of Driver’s License.
  5. Driving Without Being Licensed to Drive, except where the driver’s or commercial driver’s license had been expired for six months or less.
  6. Willfully eluding or fleeing a police officer.
  7. Drag Racing.
  8. Wrongful Entrustment
 
   
  Rule No. 19 - Non-Resident Violator Not a Member of the Interstate Violators Compact
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Any law enforcement officer issuing a traffic citation or minor misdemeanor citation to a violator who is not a resident of Ohio but is a resident of a state which is not a signator to the Non-Resident Violator Compact shall require the violator to post security in accordance with the attached bond schedule or, in lieu thereof, shall take the violator into custody and hold the violator in custody for an immediate appearance in Court at the first available court session.
   
  Rule No. 20 - Ohio Violator Back to Top

Any law enforcement officer issuing a traffic citation or minor misdemeanor citation to a violator who is resident of the State of Ohio shall not require the violator to post collateral to secure his appearance if the arresting officer receives the violator’s signed personal recognizance that the violator will comply with the summons. Provided, however, any such violator who has been charged with one of the following offenses shall instead be required to post security in accordance with the attached bond schedule or, in lieu thereof, the violator shall be taken into custody and held for an immediate appearance in Court at the first available court session:

 
  1. Indictable Offenses.
  2. Operating a Motor Vehicle While Under the Influence of Alcohol or any Drug of Abuse.
  3. Leaving the Scene of an Accident.
  4. Driving While Under Suspension or Revocation of Driver’s License.
  5. Driving Without Being Licensed to Drive, except where the driver’s or commercial driver’s license had been expired for six months or less.
  6. Willfully eluding or fleeing a police officer.
  7. Drag Racing.
  8. Wrongful Entrustment.
 
   
  Rule No. 21 - Continuing Traffic Appearance Back to Top

The date of any defendant’s initial appearance on a traffic citation shall not be continued by the Court unless the defendant files a written motion with the Court in advance of the appearance date along with a brief memorandum or statement of facts setting forth the reasons requiring the continuance.

   
  Rule No. 22 - Facsimile Filing Back to Top

The provisions of this local rule are adopted under Civ.R. 5(E), Civ.R. 73(J) and Crim.R. 12 (B).

Pleadings and other papers may be filed with the Clerk of Court by facsimile transmission to (440) 352-0028 subject to the following conditions:

  APPLICABILITY  
1.01
These rules apply to criminal, traffic, civil and small claims proceedings in the Painesville Municipal Court.
 
1.02
The following documents will not be accepted for fax filing: Jury Demand, New Complaints, and Garnishments.
 
  ORIGINAL FILING  
2.01
A document filed by fax shall be accepted as the effective original filing. The person making a fax filing need not file any source document with the Clerk of Court but must, however, maintain in his or her records and have available for production on request by the court the source document filed by fax, with original signatures as otherwise required under the applicable rules, together with the source copy of the facsimile cover sheet used for the subject filing.
 
2.02
The source document filed by fax shall be maintained by the person making the filing until the case is closed and all opportunities for post judgment relief are exhausted.
 
  DEFINITIONS  
As used in these rules, unless the context requires otherwise:
3.01
A “facsimile transmission” means the transmission of a source document by a facsimile machine that encodes a document into optical or electrical signals, transmits and reconstructs the signals to print a duplicate of the source document at the receiving end.
 
3.02
A “facsimile machine” means a machine that can send and receive a facsimile transmission.
 
3.03
“Fax” is an abbreviation for “facsimile” and refers, as indicated by the context, to facsimile transmission or to a document so transmitted.
 
  COVER PAGE  
4.01 The person filing a document by fax shall also provide therewith a cover page containing the following information:
  1. the name of the court;
  2. the title of the case;
  3. the case number;
  4. the assigned judge;
  5. the title of the document being filed (e.g. Defendant Jones’ Answer to Amended Complaint; Plaintiff Smith’s Response to Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss; Plaintiff Smith’s Notice of Filing Exhibit “G” to Plaintiff Smith’s Response to Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss);
  6. the date of transmission;
  7. the transmitting fax number;
  8. an indication of the number of pages included in the transmission, including the cover page;
  9. the name, address, telephone number, fax number, Supreme Court registration number, if applicable, and e-mail address of the person filing the fax document if available.
 
4.02

If a document is sent by fax to the Clerk of Court without the cover page information listed above, the Clerk may, at its discretion

  1. enter the document in the Case Docket and file the document;
  2. if filing is not clear – return by fax requesting Cover Page.
 
4.03
The Clerk of Court is not required to send any form of notice to the sending party of a failed fax filing. However, if practicable, the Clerk of Court may inform the sending party of a failed fax filing.
 
  SIGNATURE  
5.01 A party who wishes to file a signed source document by fax shall either:
  1. fax a copy of the signed source document; or
  2. fax a copy of the document without the signature but with the notation “/s/” followed by the name of the signing person where the signature appears in the signed source document.
 
5.02
A party who files a signed document by fax represents that the physically signed source document is in his/her possession or control.
 
  EXHIBITS  
6.01
Each exhibit to a facsimile produced document that cannot be accurately transmitted via facsimile transmission for any reason must be replaced by an insert page describing the exhibit and why it is missing. Unless the court otherwise orders, the missing exhibit shall be filed with the court, as a separate document, not later than five (5) court days following the filing of the facsimile document. Failure to file the missing exhibits as required by this paragraph may result in the court striking the document and/or exhibit.
 
6.02
Any exhibit filed in this manner shall be attached to a cover sheet containing the caption of the case which sets forth the name of the court, title of the case, the case number, name of the judge and the title of the exhibit being filed (e.g., Plaintiff Smith’s Notice of Filing Exhibit “G” to Plaintiff Smith’s Response to Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss), and shall be signed and served in conformance with the rules governing the signing and service of pleadings in this Court. (See appendix for sample exhibit cover sheet.)
 
 

TIME OF FILING

 
7.01
Subject to the provisions of these rules, all documents sent by fax and received by the Clerk shall be considered filed with the Clerk of Courts as of the date and time the Clerk time-stamps the document received, as opposed to the date and time of the fax transmission. However, the fax machine will be available to receive facsimile transmission of documents on the basis of 24 hours per day seven days per week including holidays.
 
7.02
Fax filings may only be transmitted directly through the facsimile equipment operated by the Clerk of Court.
 
7.03 Documents faxed to/from a 3rd party, then forwarded to the Court are not acceptable.  
7.04 The Clerk of Court may, but need not, acknowledge receipt of a facsimile transmission.  
7.05
The risks of transmitting a document by fax to the Clerk of Court shall be borne entirely by the sending party. Anyone using facsimile filing is urged to verify receipt of such filing by the Clerk of Court through whatever technological means are available.
 
  FEES AND COSTS  
8.01

Within five (5) days after the court has received the transmission, the party sending the transmission shall forward the following to the court;

  1. The applicable filing fee, if any.
 
8.02
This rule on facsimile filing shall not apply to the filing of a jury demand in a civil case in the court.
 
8.03 No additional fee shall be assessed for facsimile filings.  
  LENGTH OF DOCUMENT  
9.01
Facsimile filing shall not exceed 10 pages in length. The filer shall not transmit service copies by facsimile.
 
  EFFECTIVE DATE  
10.01
These local rules shall be effective 3/1/06, and shall govern all proceedings in actions brought after they take effect and also further proceedings in pending actions, except to the extent that, in the opinion of the court, their application in a particular action pending on the effective date would not be feasible or would work an injustice, in which event, the former procedure applies.
 
   
  Rule No. 23 - Use of Electronically Produced Tickets Back to Top

Pursuant to Rule 3F of the Ohio Traffic Rules the use of electronically produced tickets is hereby permitted provided that the ticket conforms in all substantive respects, including lay-out and content, to the “Ohio Uniform Traffic Ticket”.

Further if a ticket is issued at the scene of an alleged offense, the issuing officer shall provide the defendant with a paper copy of the ticket.

Any law enforcement officer who files a ticket electronically shall be considered to have certified the ticket and shall have the same rights, responsibilities, and liabilities as with all other tickets issued pursuant to the Ohio Traffic Rules.

   
  Rule No. 24- Record Management and Retention Schedule Back to Top
The Painesville Municipal Court adopts the Record Management and Retention Schedule Pursuant to rule 26 of the Rules of Superintendence for the Courts of Ohio.
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  Exhibit B - Court Costs - Traffic & Criminal Back to Top
  Please refer to the Criminal & Traffic Court Costs  


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Criminal & Traffic Court Costs
  COURT COSTS - TRAFFIC & CRIMINAL
EXHIBIT B
  Felony Traffic Moving Violations Non-Moving / Traffic Violations Misdemeanor Violations
Basic Court Costs Breakdown:        
IDSF (ORC 2949.091) $30.00 $20.00 $10.00 $20.00
State Fund (ORC 2743.70) $30.00 $9.00 $0.00 $9.00
Capital Improvement $5.00 $5.00 $5.00 $5.00
Computerization Fund $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00
Special Project Fund $8.00 $8.00 $8.00 $8.00
Local Costs $53.00 $53.00 $53.00 $53.00
Moving Violation - Additional Cost (HB562) $0.00 $10.00 $0.00 $0.00
 
Personal Recognizance, Surety Bond, or 10% Bond
$10.00
Summons by Mail or Personal Service
$20.00
Preparation of Jail Commit
$7.00
Motion for Continuance
$30.00
Motion for Post Conviction Modification of Sentence
$30.00
Motion to Vacate $75.00
All Motions for Driving Privileges $50.00
BMV Payment Plan Motions $50.00
All Other Motions $30.00
Transcript for Common Pleas Bindover
$20.00
Dismissed Counts (Special Project, Computer, and Capital Improvement)
$23.00
  Fees assessed per plea agreement  
  Exceptions:  
  Dismissed DUI with Positive Test - Conviction  
  DUS and NDL when Convicted  
Photocopies or Computer Printout:
  Certification of Court Document
$1.00
  Per page copy of any court documents
$.25
  CD-DVD copy (fee required before processing) $10.00
Notice of Appeal
$150.00**
  **Check in the amount of $50.00 payable to "Painesville Municipal Court" and check in the amount of $100.00 payable to "Clerk for the 11th District Court of Appeals"  
Filing Expungement
$75.00
Bench Warrant (plus agency fees)
$50.00
Return Check Fee
$50.00
Fax Transmission Fee:
  Per Page; Local Phone Call
$1.00
  Per Page; Long Distance Phone Call
$3.00
Filing complaint not Prepared by Prosecution or Police Authority
  (Refundable Deposit)
$105.00
License Forfeiture
$20.00
Resident Violator’s Compact
$20.00
Per Diem Charge for Community Work Program
$15.00
Payment Plan
$20.00
Credit Card Convenience Fee  
  Telephone Transactions Only $2.50
  Web Payments $2.70
Probation Supervision Fees:  
  per month unless otherwise ordered by Judgment Entry $20.00

Probation Violation Hearing Local Court Cost

$25.00

Court Pre-Trial Diversion Program

$150.00
  $50.00 Local Costs  
  $100.00 Probation Supervision Fund  


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Bond Schedule
  BOND SCHEDULE
  ALL BOND AMOUNTS INCLUDE MANDATORY STATE COURT COSTS
MINOR TRAFFIC OFFENSES - See Local Rules 18, 19, 20 for Bonding Requirements
A: SPEEDING VIOLATIONS - See waiver schedule below
B: RECKLESS OPERATION - $1,800 -10% Bond plus State Fees
C: OVERLOADS - See waiver schedule below
D. OTHER MINOR TRAFFIC OFFENSES:
All other minor traffic offenses not otherwise listed - $1,000.00 - 10% Bond plus State Fees
MAJOR TRAFFIC OFFENSE - MANDATORY BOND
 
  1. Operating a Motor Vehicle While Under the Influence of Alcohol or any Drug of Abuse.
  2. Leaving the Scene of an Accident
  3. Driving While Under Suspension or Revocation of Driver’s License
  4. Driving Without Being Licensed to Drive, except where the driver’s or commercial driver’s license had been expired for six months or less.
  5. Drag Racing
LAKE COUNTY AND OHIO RESIDENTS - $5,000 - 10% plus State fees
NON-OHIO RESIDENT - $7,500 - 10% plus State fees
NON-TRAFFIC MISDEMEANORS - Bond setting subject to Criminal Rule 4 & 46
  Ohio Resident Non-Ohio Resident
First and Second Degree Misdemeanors (M-1 & M-2) $5,000 - 10% $7,500 - 10%
Third and Fourth Degree Misdemeanors (M-3 & M-4) $2,500 - 10% $5,000 - 10%
Drug Paraphernalia (M-4) $1,750 - 10% $3,000 - 10%
Drug Abuse - Possession of Marijuana (M-M) $1,500 - 10% $2,000 - 10%
Minor Misdemeanors (M-M) $1,500 - 10% $2,000 - 10%
In addition to the above stated bonds the defendants are required to pay the required state fees
All bonds, traffic and non-traffic, may be in the form of personal recognizance at the discretion of the arresting authority.
 


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Waiver Schedule
VIOLATIONS BUREAU
WAIVER SCHEDULE
SPEEDING VIOLATIONS:      
R.C. RATE OF SPEED FINE COSTS TOTAL
4511.21 1 thru 10 MPH over limit $0 $115.00 $115.00
4511.21 11 thru 15 MPH over limit 25.00 115.00 140.00
4511.21 16 thru 20 MPH over limit 50.00 115.00 165.00
4511.21 21 thru 25 MPH over limit 60.00 115.00 175.00
4511.21 26 thru 29 MPH over limit 100.00 115.00 215.00
4511.21 30 MPH and over 150.00 115.00 265.00
MOVING TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS:      
4511.21/201 Reckless Operation 150.00 115.00 265.00
All Other Moving Traffic Violations 25.00 115.00 140.00
NON-MOVING TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS:      
4511.53 No Motorcycle Helmet 0 115.00 115.00
4511.66 Illegal Parking 0 86.00 86.00
4511.69 Illegal Handicapped Parking 250.00 86.00 336.00
4511.81 Child Restraint 30.00 115.00 145.00
  (2nd offense; M-4—Mandatory Court Appearance)  
4511.82 Littering 100.00 115.00 215.00
4513.263 Failure to Use Seat Belt:
  .....A) Driver 30.00 86.00 116.00
  .....B) Passenger 20.00 86.00 106.00
4513.31 Insecure Load 20.00 115.00 135.00
5577.05 Overwidth 50.00 115.00 165.00
5728.06 Highway Use Tax 50.00 115.00 165.00
Non-Moving Traffic Violations 25.00 86.00 111.00
DOG WARDEN:      
No Dog License 50.00 105.00 155.00
Dog At Large 25.00 105.00 130.00
Both Counts: 75.00 105.00 180.00
.....2nd Offense (Dog At Large) 75.00 105.00 180.00
.....3rd Offense (Dog At Large) Mandatory Court Appearance
CRIMINAL MISDEANORS:      
Bicycle Violations 0 105.00 105.00
Possession of Marijuana; Drug Abuse 70.00 105.00 175.00
Possession of Marijuana Paraphernalia 70.00 105.00 175.00
Cultivation of Marijuana 100.00 105.00 205.00
Open Container 20.00 105.00 125.00
All Other Criminal Minor Misdemeanors 50.00 105.00 155.00
         
VIOLATIONS BUREAU
LAKE METRO PARKS WAIVER SCHEDULE
TRAFFIC:   FINE COSTS TOTAL
20.1-29 Purpose of Way/Driving on Closed Road/Stop Signs/Spotlights/No Muffler/Rapid Accelerations/Truck in Park 15.00 115.00 130.00
20.30 Parking in “No Parking” Zone 0 86.00 86.00
CRIMINAL:
1.1-2 Preservation of Natural Features/Injuries/Vines/Trees/Shrubs 100.00 105.00 205.00
2.1-2 Dumping & Littering Noxious Materials 100.00 105.00 205.00
3.1 Firearms 50.00 105.00 155.00
3.2-3 Discharging Fireworks/Bows & Arrows 25.00 105.00 130.00
3.4 Dangerous Weapons 100.00 105.00 205.00
4.1 Indecency and Exposure 100.00 105.00 205.00
4.5 Loitering Near Toilets 50.00 105.00 155.00
5.3 Possession or Use of Alcoholic Beverage/Open Container 20.00 105.00 125.00
5.4 Intoxication 35.00 105.00 140.00
5.5 Unlawful Assemblage 50.00 105.00 155.00
5.6 Loitering Around Vehicles 15.00 105.00 120.00
7.2 Obtaining, Use or Possession of Controlled Substances 100.00 105.00 205.00
8.1 Camping Without Permission 15.00 105.00 120.00
8.2 Rules Regarding Fires 15.00 105.00 120.00
10.1 Hours of Closing 15.00 105.00 120.00
10.3 Vehicle Left After Closing Hours 15.00 105.00 120.00
11.1 Hunting, Trapping or Molesting Wildlife 100.00 105.00 205.00
12.1 Dogs and Pets Unleashed 15.00 105.00 130.00
18.1 All-Terrain Vehicles 25.00 105.00 130.00
19.1 Snowmobiles Prohibited 25.00 105.00 130.00
22.1 Failure to Comply 25.00 105.00 130.00
22.2 Interference or Abuse of Park Ranger 100.00 105.00 205.00
     
VIOLATIONS BUREAU
DIVISION OF WILDLIFE WAIVER & BOND SCHEDULE
O.R.C.
1531.02 State Ownership
200.00
1531.25 Endangered Species No Waiver
1531.29 Stream Litter No Waiver
1533.02 Fishing and Trapping Districts 200.00
1533.03 Harassment of Hunters: Trappers and Fishers No Waiver
1533.031

Preventing Hunting by:
Creating Noise or Loud
Sounds Prohibited

No Waiver
1533.05 Falconry 200.00
1533.051 Raptor Propagation 200.00
1533.07 Protection Afforded: Nongame Birds No Waiver
1533.08 Wild Animal Collecting 200.00
1533.09 Annual Reports 200.00
1533.10 Hunting License 200.00
1533.101 Reissued License/Permits 200.00
1533.102 Apprentice License 200.00
1533.11 Deer and Turkey Permits 200.00
1533.111 Fur Taker Permits 200.00
1533.112 Wetlands Habitat Stamps 200.00
1533.113 Management Permits 200.00
1533.14 Failure to Exhibit Hunting or Furtaker License 200.00
1533.161 Jacklighting No Waiver
1533.17 Hunting without Permission No Waiver
1533.171 Injury of Persons or Property by Hunters No Waiver
1533.23 Fur Dealer Permits No Waiver
1533.24 Fur Dealer’s Daily Record No Waiver
1533.30 Transportation of Fish and Game 200.00
1533.301 Permit to Transfer Commercial Fish No Waiver
1533.32 Fishing License Required 150.00
1533.324 Mussel Taking and Selling 200.00
1533.34 License to use Commercial Fishing Boat or Gear No Waiver
1533.341 Quota Management System No Waiver
1533.342 Limitation on Number and Type of Commercial Fishing Licenses No Waiver
1533.35 Licensing of Commercial Fishing Devices No Waiver
1533.36 Fishing License not Transferable 150.00
1533.37 Methods of Taking Fish 150.00
1533.40 Bait Dealer Permits 200.00
1533.41 Fishing Seasons for Lake Erie, Gill Nets Prohibited No Waiver
1533.42 Commercial Licensee’s Report of Daily Catch No Waiver
1533.43 Metal Tags Attached to Fishing Devices No Waiver
1533.431 Numbering of Nets No Waiver
1533.44 Fishing Devices Shall be Marked With Owner or Operators Name No Waiver
1533.45 Places Where Nets May Not Be Used No Waiver
1533.48 Limitations on Trot Lines No Waiver
1533.49 Limitations on Other Nets No Waiver
1533.50 Limitations on Carp Apron No Waiver
1533.51 Licensing of Fishing Guides No Waiver
1533.511 Fishing Guide to Keep Daily Record No Waiver
1533.54 Three Hooks per Line 150.00
1533.55 Time Limitations on Operations of Nets No Waiver
1533.56 Records to be Kept by Processors No Waiver
1533.57 Minnows Taken for Bait 200.00
1533.58 Prohibitions Against the Use of Deleterious Substances No Waiver
1533.59 Prohibitions Against Obstructing the Natural
Transit of Fish
200.00
1533.62 Taking of Certain Species of Fish with Seine No Waiver
1533.63 Legal Length and Weight of Certain Fish No Waiver
1533.631 Permits for Handling Fish at Wholesale No Waiver
1533.632 Aquaculture No Waiver
1533.64 Property Rights to Fish in Nets No Waiver
1533.66 Trespassing upon Lands Bordering Fish Ponds No Waiver
1533.67 Interfere with Threaten Abuse, Assault Resist Wildlife Officer No Waiver
1533.71 License to Keep Game Birds and Animals No Waiver
1533.72 Licensing of Commercial Bird Shooting Preserve No Waiver
1533.721 Licensing of Wild Animal Hunting Preserve No Waiver
1533.73 Regulations for Commercial Bird Shooting Preserve No Waiver
1533.731 Regulations for Wild Animal Hunting Preserves No Waiver
1533.74 Sale of Game or Wildlife for Food No Waiver
1533.75 Fee for Game or Wildlife Sold for Food No Waiver
1533.77 Records to be Kept by License     No Waiver
1533.881 Registration Permit for Acquiring or Conveying Ginseng No Waiver
1533.882 Prohibitions  No Waiver
1533.97 Prohibitions on Tag Fishing Tournaments No Waiver
Commercial Fishing Violations
1501:31-3-01 Commercial Fishing Season No Waiver
1501:31-3-02 Legal Length and Weight No Waiver
1501:31-3-03 Limited Entry of Commercial Fishermen No Waiver
1501:31-3-04 Prohibited Places and Times for Using Nets in Lake Erie No Waiver
1501:31-3-05 Possession and Use of Gill Nets No Waiver
1501:31-3-06 Notification of Trap or Fyke Net Placement and Removal No Waiver
1501:31-3-07 Marking of Fishing Devises No Waiver
1501:31-3-08 Time for Landing Fish No Waiver
1501:31-3-09 Commercial Fish Catch Reports No Waiver
1501:31-3-10 Limitation on Size of Mesh No Waiver
1501:31-3-11 Fishing Guides No Waiver
1501:31-3-12 Quota Management System No Waiver
1501:31-3-13 Yellow Perch Catch Reporting No Waiver
1501:31-3-14 Yellow Perch Sales and Purchase Record No Waiver
Sport Fishing Violations
1501:31-13-01 Sport Fishing 150.00
1501:31-13-02 Fishing Methods Other Than Angling 150.00
1501:31-13-04 Bait and Bait Dealers 200.00
1501:31-13-05 Turtle and Frog Regulations 200.00
1501:31-13-08 Fish Daily Bag Limits Plus 20.00 per Fish Over 200.00
1501:31-13-09 Length Limits on Certain Game Fish 150.00
Migratory Game Birds
1501:31-7-02 Prohibited Methods of Taking Migratory Game Birds 150.00
1501:31-7-03 Migratory Game Bird Possession Limits 150.00
1501:31-7-04 Possession for Purposes of Processing     Transportation or Storage of Migratory Game Birds 150.00
1501:31-7-05 Seasons and Limits on Rail, Wilson Snipe, Woodcock, Gallinules, Teal, Geese Mourning Doves 150.00
1501:31-7-06 Seasons and Limits on Ducks, Brant Geese, Mergansers, and Coots 150.00
State Property
1501:31-9-01  Special Regulations Applying to All Properties Owned, Leased, or Under Control of the Division of Wildlife 150.00
Hunting Regulations
1501:31-15-01 Game Hours and Bag Limits 150.00
1501:31-15-02 General Hunting and Trapping 200.00
1501:31-15-03 Nuisance Wild Animal Regulations 200.00
1501:31-15-08 Deer Damage Control Permits 200.00
1501:31-15-09 Hunting and Trapping Regulations For Furbearing Animals 200.00
1501:31-15-10 Wild Turkey Regulations 200.00
1501:31-15-11 Deer Regulations 250.00
1501:31-15-17 Seasons for Game Birds, Game Quadrupeds, and Furbearing Animals 200.00
Wild Animal Importing
1501:31-19-01 Wild Animal Importing, Exporting Selling and Possession 250.00
Endangered Species
1501:31-23-01 Special Endangered Wild Animal Regulations         No Waiver
Wild Animal Collecting Permits
1501:31-25-01 Wild Animal Permit Regulations 200.00
1501:31-25-02 Further Regulations Applying to Wild Animal Collectors 200.00
1501:31-25-03 Rehabilitator Permits 200.00
1501:31-25-04 Reptile and Amphibian Regulations 200.00
Falconry Permits
1501:31-37-01 Falconry Permits 200.00
1501:31-37-2 Raptor Capture season, Propagation Permits and Fee’s 200.00
Aquaculture Permits
1501:31-39-01 Aquaculture Permits No Waiver
Ginseng Regulations
1501:31-40-01 Ginseng Harvest Season Reseeding, Collection Records 250.00
1501:31-40-02 Ginseng Registration Permit, Dealer Record Requirements 250.00
Bonds for Wildlife Offenses
M-1 $10,000 10% Plus State Fee
M-2 $7,750 10% Plus State Fee
M-3 $5,000 10% Plus State Fee
M-4 $2,500 10% Plus State Fee
VIOLATIONS BUREAU
DIVISION OF WATERCRAFT WAIVER SCHEDULE
O.R.C.     Fine Costs Total
1547.03 MM Flashing Lights Prohibited 0.00 105.00 105.00
1547.04 MM Siren Prohibited 20.00 105.00 125.00
1547.052 MM Rental of Powercraft 20.00 105.00 125.00
1547.06 MM Child Operators 20.00 105.00 125.00
1547.08 MM Restricted Areas 20.00 105.00 125.00
1547.09 MM Mooring Prohibited 20.00 105.00 125.00
1547.14 MM Skiing 20.00 105.00 125.00
1547.15 MM Observer Required/Skier 20.00 105.00 125.00
1547.16 MM Skiing After Dark 20.00 105.00 125.00
1547.18 MM PFDs Required for Skiers 20.00 105.00 125.00

1547.19

MM Ski Jumps Prohibited 20.00 105.00 125.00

1547.20

MM Special Water Events 20.00 105.00 125.00

1547.21

MM Single Cell Inflatables 20.00 105.00 125.00

1547.22

MM Sitting, Standing, and Walking
(On Moving Vessel Restricted)
20.00 105.00 125.00

147.23

MM Engine Warm-Up 20.00 105.00 125.00

1547.24

MM Child PFD 20.00 105.00 125.00

1547.25

M-4 Specifications for Life Preserver 25.00 105.00 130.00

1547.251

MM Distress Signals 20.00 105.00 105.00

1547.26

MM Anchor/Line 20.00 105.00 105.00

1547.27

MM Fire Extinguishers 20.00 105.00 105.00

1547.29

MM Ventilation 20.00 105.00 105.00

1547.31

M-4 Exhaust Muffler (First Offense Only) 25.00 105.00 130.00

1547.32

MM Vessel Dwelling Nuisance 20.00 105.00 125.00

1547.38

M-4 Duty of Owner 25.00 105.00 130.00

1547.39

M-4 Capacity Plate 25.00 105.00 130.00

1547.40

M-4 Load, HP Limits 25.00 105.00 130.00

1547.41

MM PWCs, PFD, Cutoff, Sunset 20.00 105.00 125.00

1547.49

MM Littering from Vessel 20.00 105.00 125.00

1547.52(2)

M-4 Nav. Rules, Lights 25.00 105.00 130.00

1547.53

MM Numbering 20.00 105.00 125.00

1547.54E

MM Appl. for Numbers 20.00 105.00 125.00

1547.41

MM Historic Registration 20.00 105.00 125.00

1547.542

MM Livery Registration 20.00 105.00 125.00

1547.543

MM Dealers Registration 20.00 105.00 125.00

1547.57

MM Display of Tags 20.00 105.00 125.00

1547.59

MM Accident Report 20.00 105.00 125.00
Bonds for Division of Watercraft
M-1 $5,000.00 10% Plus State Fee
M-2 $3,500.00 10% Plus State Fee
M-3 $2,500.00 10% Plus State Fee
M-4 $2,000.00 10% Plus State Fee
           
VIOLATIONS BUREAU
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
DIVISION OF PARKS & RECREATION WAIVER SCHEDULE
CODE NUMBER ADMINISTRATION - DEFINITION FINE COSTS TOTAL
GENERAL PROHIBITIONS:
1501.41-3-02 Temporary Closing of Facilities 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:41-3-06 Animal Leash Requirement 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501.41-3-07 Animals in Cabin, Lodge, Golf Course, Facilities (Beach)
Prohibited; Exceptions
15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:41-3-08 Removal of Barking or Unruly Animals 15.00 105.00 120.00
1591:41-3-09 Releasing of Plants and Animals Prohibited 100.00 105.00 205.00
1501:41-3-10 Plants 100.00 105.00 205.00
1501:41-3-11 Geological Features 100.00 105.00 205.00
1501:41-3-12 Archaeological & Historical Features 100.00 105.00 205.00
1501:41-3-13 Littering, Importing of Rubbish & Trash Prohibited
15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:41-3-14 Glass Containers Prohibited on Beach 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:41-3-15 Facility Un-cleanliness 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:41-3-16 Injury to Buildings, Signs & Other Property Prohibited
100.00 105.00 205.00
1501:41-3-18 Firewood, Chainsaws 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:41-3-19 Fires, Lighted Cigarettes and Embers 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:41-3-22 Intoxicating Beverages 20.00 105.00 125.00
1501:41-3-24 Alms, Contributions Solicitation Prohibited 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:41-3-26 Commercial Activity Prohibited Except by Permit
100.00 105.00 205.00
1501:41-3-27 Collecting Prohibited Without Permit 15.00 105.00 120.00
         
PARK OPENING/CLOSING TIMES; SWIMMING; DAY USE:  
1501:41-7-01 Open House, Closed Hours, Dates, Exceptions
15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:41-7-02 Hours of Swimming 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:41-7-04 Floatation Devices Prohibitted; Exceptions 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:41-7-08 Metal Detectors Prohibitted 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:41-7-12 Playing Golf 15.00 105.00 120.00
         
CAMPING, CABINS, LODGES:
1501:41-9-01 Camping Permitted in Designated Areas 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:41-9-06 Area Noise 15.00 105.00 120.00
         
WATERCRAFT OPERATIONS
1501:41-11-08 No Wake Zones 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:41-11-15 Sleeping on Watercraft Prohibited 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:41-11-20 Watercraft Prohibited at Beach Area 15.00 105.00 120.00
         
MOTOR VEHICLES, BICYCLES, HORSES:
1501:41-13-02 Motor Vehicle Speed Limits      
  1 thru 10 MPH over limit -0- 115.00 115.00
  11 thru 15 MPH over limit 25.00 115.00 140.00
  16 thru 20 MPH over limit 50.00 115.00 165.00
  21 thru 25 MPH over limit 60.00 115.00 175.00
  26 thru 30 MPH over limit 100.00 115.00 215.00
  31 MPH and over 150.00 115.00 2655.00
1501:41-13-03 Parking -0- -0- 86.00
1501:41-13-05 Motor Vehicles; Bicycles Required to Stay on Roads 25.00 115.00 140.00
1501:41-13-06 Right of Way to Pedestrians 20.00 115.00 135.00
1501:41-13-07 Through Trucks Prohibited 20.00 115.00 135.00
1501:41-13-08 Noisy or Smoking Vehicles 20.00 115.00 135.00
1501:41-13-11 Aviation 15.00 115.00 130.00
1501:41-13-13 Riding in Boat & Trailer Prohibited in Park Roads 20.00 115.00 135.00
         
SNOWMOBILES, ICE BOATS, ALL PURPOSE VEHICLES:
1501:41-14-01 Lands Upon Which Snowmobiles, Ice Boats, All Purpose Vehicles are Prohibited; Exceptions
25.00 115.00 140.00
1501:41-14-02 Ground Cover Requirements 25.00 115.00 140.00
1501:41-14-03 Operating on Frozen Lakes 25.00 115.00 140.00
1501:41-14-04 Hours of Operation; Exceptions 25.00 115.00 140.00
1501:41-14-05 Reckless Operation 100.00 115.00 215.00
1501:41-14-07 Property Damage 100.00 115.00 215.00
1501:41-14-08 Snowmobiles; Right-of-Way 20.00 115.00 135.00
1501:41-14-09 Snowmobiles; Prohibited Operation 25.00 115.00 140.00
         
HUNTING, TRAPPING, FISHING:
1501:41-15-02 Ice Fishing 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:41-15-04 Fishing at Beaches Prohibited 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:41-15-05 Public Hunting Areas 100.00 105.00 205.00
1501:41-15-06 Hunting & Trapping Prohibited; Exceptions 100.00 105.00 205.00
1501:41-15-07 Safety Zones 15.00 105.00 120.00
           

VIOLATIONS BUREAU
OHIO DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
DIVISION OF NATURAL AREAS AND PRESERVES

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1501:17-1-01 THROUGH 1501:17-13-01
RULES FOR NATURE PRESERVES, SCENIC RIVER LANDS AND NATURAL AREAS

CODE NUMBER ADMINISTRATION - DEFINITION FINE COSTS TOTAL
1501:17-1-01 Exceptions      
1501:17-1-02 Definitions      
1501:17-1-03 Visitation of Nature Preserves, Scenic River, Lands or Natural Areas; Restrictions
1501:17-3-02 Collecting Prohibited; Exceptions/
Preservation of Property
100.00 105.00 205.00
1501:17-3-03 Introduction of Plants & Animals Prohibited 100.00 105.00 205.00
1501:17-3-04 Hunting and Fishing Prohibited; Exceptions 100.00 105.00 205.00
1501:17-3-05 Firearms Prohibited; Exceptions 100.00 105.00 205.00
1501:17-5-01 Disposition of Refuse 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:17-5-02 Kindling a Fire Prohibited 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:17-5-04 Pets Prohibited; Exceptions 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:17-5-05 Signs, Posters Prohibited 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:17-5-06 Commercial Activity Prohibited 100.00 105.00 205.00
1501:17-5-07 Grazing Prohibited 100.00 105.00 205.00
1501:17-5-08 Obstruction of Access Prohibited 100.00 105.00 205.00
1501.17-5-09 Swimming Prohibited 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:17-5-10 Boating Prohibited; Exceptions 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:17-5-11 Climbing and Rappelling Prohibited 25.00 105.00 130.00
1501:17-5-12 Throwing Objects over Cliffs Prohibited 25.00 105.00 130.00
1501:17-7-01 Picnicking Permitted; Exceptions 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:17-7-02 Camping Prohibited; Exceptions 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:17-9-01 Vehicle Speed limits 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:17-9-02 Motor Vehicles, Bicycles Required to Stay on Roads; Vehicles Prohibited, Saddle Animals, Use Limitations, Parking Lot Use, Parking Permitted; Restrictions
25.00 105.00 130.00
1501:17-9-03 Saddle Animals, Use Limitations 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:17-9-05 Parking Permitted; Restrictions 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:17-11-01 Disorderly Conduct Prohibited 50.00 105.00 155.00
1501:17-11-04 Alcoholic Beverages Prohibited 20.00 105.00 125.00
1501/17-11-05 Special Orders Posted 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:17-11-06 Temporary Closing of Facilities 15.00 105.00 120.00
1501:17-11-07 Failure to Obey 25.00 105.00 130.00
   
VIOLATIONS BUREAU
GROSS AND AXLE OVERLOAD WAIVER SCHEDULE
  Fine Costs Total
0-1,999 pounds $80.00
$105.00 $185.00
Axle Only If Gross; See Below**
2,000-4,999 pounds $100.00 $105.00 Plus
$1.00 per Hundred Pounds of Overload
(Axle Only -If Gross; See Below)**
5,000-10,000 pounds $130.00 $105.00 Plus
$2.00 per Hundred Pounds of Overload
(Gross and Axle)
Over 10,000 Ponds $160.00 $105.00 Plus
$3.00 per Hundred Pounds of Overload Plus $160
(Gross and Axle)
   
**Any gross overload under 5,000 pounds: $100 plus $105 Court Costs
         
VIOLATIONS BUREAU
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF OHIO WAIVER & BOND SCHEDULE
REGULATED CARRIER:      
4919.81 No Liability Insurance $25.00 $105.00 $130.00
4919.82 No Cargo Insurance 25.00 105.00 130.00
4919.80 No Ohio Stamp 50.00 105.00 155.00
4919.32 No PUCO Tax Decal (Common Carrier) 50.00 105.00 155.00
4923.17 No PUCO Tax Decal (Contract Carrier) 50.00 105.00 155.00
4919.78 Failure to Register 100.00 105.00 205.00
         
EXEMPT CARRIER:      
4921.23 No Liability Insurance 25.00 105.00 130.00
4921.32 No Ohio Stamp 50.00 105.00 155.00
4921.78 Failure to Register 100.00 105.00 205.00
         
COMMON CARRIER:      
4921.11 No Insurance on File 25.00 105.00 130.00
4921.18 No PUCO Tax Decal 50.00 105.00 155.00
4921.04 Leasing Violations 50.00 105.00 155.00
4921.07 No Authority 100.00 105.00 205.00
4921.14 Beyond Scope of Authority 100.00 105.00 205.00
         
CONTRACTED CARRIER:      
4923.11 No PUCO Tax Decal 50.00 105.00 155.00
4923.03 Leasing Violations 50.00 105.00 155.00
4923.04 No Authority 100.00 105.00 205.00
4923.14 Beyond Scope of Authority 100.00 105.00 205.00
4923.08 No Insurance on File 100.00 105.00 205.00
         
DRIVER VIOLATIONS:      
  No Medical Card 25.00 105.00 130.00
  Log Book Violations 25.00 105.00 130.00
  Operators License Not Valid or Improper Class 100.00 105.00 205.00
  Possession of Alcohol 200.00 105.00 305.00
  Operating a Vehicle that has been Placed Out-of-Service 250.00 105.00 355.00
  Possession of Drugs No Waiver
         
VEHICLE SAFETY VIOLATIONS:      
  Brakes Out of Adjustment 25.00 105.00 130.00
  Front Wheel Brakes When Required 25.00 105.00 130.00
  Low Air Warnings Device Inoperative 25.00 105.00 130.00
  Air Leak Resulting in Reservoir Pressure Loss 25.00 105.00 130.00
  Tractor Protection Valve Inoperative 25.00 105.00 130.00
  Brake Lining or Pads Inadequate 25.00 105.00 130.00
  Inoperative or Defective Brakes 25.00 105.00 130.00
  Other Brake Hoses or Tubing Defective 25.00 105.00 130.00
  Other Brake Related Violations 25.00 105.00 130.00
         
LIGHTING VIOLATIONS:      
  Defective Turn Signals 25.00 105.00 130.00
  No Rear Brake Lights 25.00 105.00 130.00
  No Tail-Lights 25.00 105.00 130.00
  No Headlights When Required 25.00 105.00 130.00
  Other Lighting Violations 25.00 105.00 130.00
         
STEERING VIOLATIONS:      
  Steering Column Insecure 50.00 105.00 155.00
  Steering Lash Violation 50.00 105.00 155.00
  Defective Power Steering Components 50.00 105.00 155.00
  Steering System Components Defective 50.00 105.00 155.00
  Other Steering Violations 50.00 105.00 155.00
         
SUSPENSION VIOLATIONS:      
  Broken or Cracked Coil or Leaf Spring 50.00 105.00 155.00
  Axle Positioning Parts Broken or Missing 50.00 105.00 155.00
  Air Suspension Defective 50.00 105.00 155.00
  Other Suspension Violations 50.00 105.00 155.00
         
ALL TIRE, WHEEL AND RIM VIOLATIONS: 25.00 105.00 130.00
         
VEHICLE DEFECTS:      
  Defective Windshield or Wipers 25.00 105.00 130.00
  Other Vehicle Violations 25.00 105.00 130.00
  Missing Front Bumper 25.00 105.00 130.00
  No Red Flag on Extended Load 25.00 105.00 130.00
  Exhaust Violations 25.00 105.00 130.00
  Fire Extinguisher 25.00 105.00 130.00
  All Fuel Tank Violations 25.00 105.00 130.00
  Bulk Head Violations 25.00 105.00 130.00
  No Horn 25.00 105.00 130.00
  Company Markings 25.00 105.00 130.00
  Rear View Mirror 25.00 105.00 130.00
  Mudflaps 25.00 105.00 130.00
  Rear End Protection 25.00 105.00 130.00
  No Safety Triangles 25.00 105.00 130.00
  Frame Violations 50.00 105.00 150.00
  Insecure Cargo 50.00 105.00 150.00
  Fifth Wheel Violations 50.00 105.00 150.00
  Body or Cab Not Secured to Frame 50.00 105.00 150.00
         
ALL BUS VIOLATIONS 25.00 105.00 130.00


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