Henry D. “Butch” Binford, Circuit Judge, 20th Judicial Circuit Court of Houston County, (Civil Division, Dothan) Alabama, invited to ALTER or AMEND his NOVEL LEGAL THEORY Judgment, Monday, March 27, 2017 (3/27/2017) 9:50:07 AM (38-CV-2015-900261.00)


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Unified Judicial System

State of Alabama

AlaFile E-Notice

38-CV-2015-900261.00

To: Jerry Michael Blevins
ATTYJMBlev@LawOfficeOfJerryMBlevins.com

Judge: Henry D. “Butch” Binford

NOTICE OF ELECTRONIC FILING

In the Circuit Court of Houston County, Alabama

Plaintiff

v.

Brian Ralph Beasley

38-CV-2015-900261.00

The following matter was Filed on 3/27/2017 9:50:07 AM

C001

Motion to Vacate or Modify

[Filer: Blevins Jerry Michael]

Notice Date: 3/27/2017 9:50:07 AM

Carla H. Woodall
Circuit Court Clerk
Houston County, Alabama
P.O. Drawer 6406
Dothan, AL 36302
334-677-4859
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DOCUMENT 51

In the Circuit Court of Houston County, Alabama

Plaintiff

v.

Beasley Brian Ralph
Defendant

Civil Action No.: CV-2015-900261

MOTION TO ALTER OR AMEND JUDGMENT

COMES NOW the Plaintiff, by and through his undersigned counsel, and respectfully moves the Court to alter or amend the judgment previously rendered in this cause, and in support thereof says as follows:

Relevant Procedural History

1. On May 12, 2015, Plaintiff filed his Complaint in this cause seeking damages stemming from an assault and battery committed on his person by Defendant on or about February 9, 2015

2. On July 2, 2015, Defendant filed his answer

3. On February 21, 2017, a bench trial occurred at which Defendant failed to attend in-person or through counsel

The only testimony presented at trial was Plaintiff’s, which was uncontroverted by other admissible evidence

4. On February 23, 2017, the Court rendered a final judgment in favor of Defendant

Discussion

5. Plaintiff contends that pursuant to Rule 55, Ala.R.Civ.P., because Defendant failed to appear at trial in-person or through counsel, he was entitled to a default judgment against Defendant on the assault and battery claim

See Seventh Wonder v. Southbound Records, Inc.,

364 So.2d 1173 (Ala. 1978)

(A party who fails to appear on the day the case is set for trial is in default);

and

Cassioppi v. Damico,

536 So.2d 938 (Ala. 1988)

(A judgment entered after one party fails to appear at trial is treated as a default judgment)

6. Plaintiff further contends that because his trial testimony was uncontroverted by other

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admissible evidence, he was entitled to an award of damages stemming from the assault and battery

7. Plaintiff contends the Court erred in not granting him a judgment, and in not awarding appropriate damages, on the assault and battery claim

WHEREFORE Plaintiff requests that the Court alter or amend the judgment previously entered in this cause, and grant him a default judgment against Defendant, and award him damages in the sum of $30,000.00, on the assault and battery claim, for the reasons set forth herein

Jerry M. Blevins
(BLE003)
Attorney for Plaintiff

OF COUNSEL:
Law Office of Jerry M. Blevins
Carr, Riggs and Ingram Building
7550 Halcyon Summit Drive, Suite 100
Montgomery, Alabama 36117
(334) 262-7600 (Voice)
(334) 262-7644 (Fax)
E-Mail: ATTYJMBlev@LawOfficeOfJerryMBlevins.com

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Filing
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DOCUMENT 51

CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I hereby certify that I have served a copy of the foregoing upon:

Mr. Brian Ralph Beasley
368 Hanchey Field Road
Daleville, Alabama 36322

via electronic transmission and / or by depositing a copy of the same in the U.S. Mail, postage prepaid this 27th day of March, 2017

Jerry M. Blevins
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Alabama Rules of Civil Procedure (ARCP) VII. JUDGMENT Rule 55.
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(a) Entry
(b) Judgment
(1) By the Clerk

Committee Comments on 1973 Adoption

The rule eliminates the requirement of notice prior to entry of judgment by default when the default arises from failure to appear on the day the case is set for trial

Rule 55(a) authorizes the clerk to enter defaults upon the civil docket when the party fails to plead or otherwise defend
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Seventh Wonder v. Southbound Records, Inc.
364 So. 2d 1173
(Ala. 1978)
77-602
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Alabama Supreme Court

December 1, 1978
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http://www.ecases.us/case/ala/c1102643/wonder-v-southbound-records-inc
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(A party who fails to appear on the day the case is set for trial is in default)
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https://www.courtlistener.com/opinion/1102643/wonder-v-southbound-records-inc/
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http://law.justia.com/cases/alabama/supreme-court/1978/364-so-2d-1173-1.html
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Cassioppi v. Damico
536 So. 2d 938
(Ala. 1988)
87-965
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Alabama Supreme Court

November 18, 1988
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https://www.courtlistener.com/opinion/1932665/cassioppi-v-damico/
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(A judgment entered after one party fails to appear at trial is treated as a default judgment)
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https://casetext.com/case/cassioppi-v-damico
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Henry D. “Butch” Binford, Houston County Circuit Court, 20th Judicial Circuit Judge, Dothan, Alabama (since February 12 2008) Huntingdon College (@HuntingdonColl) University of Alabama School of Law (@UALawSchool) former Veteran Prosecutor, in the Assault and Battery Civil case: Plaintiff v. Brian Ralph Beasley, Defendant (of Daleville, Dale County, Alabama) WHO FAILED TO APPEAR on the DAY the CASE (38-CV-2015-900261.00) WAS SET FOR TRIAL (February 21 2017) on February 23, 2017, espoused a NEW LEGAL THEORY when he ENTERED JUDGMENT for the DEFENDANT CONTRARY to Alabama Rules of Civil Procedure (ARCP) VII. JUDGMENT Rule 55: The rule eliminates the requirement of notice prior to entry of JUDGMENT BY DEFAULT when the DEFAULT arises from FAILURE TO APPEAR on the day the case is set for trial
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http://wp.me/p5tuFO-1rB
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Henry D. “Butch” Binford, Houston County Circuit Court, 20th Judicial Circuit Judge, Dothan, Alabama (since February 12, 2008), Huntingdon College (@HuntingdonColl), University of Alabama School of Law (@UALawSchool), former Veteran Prosecutor, in the Assault and Battery Civil case: Plaintiff v. Brian Ralph Beasley, Defendant (of Daleville, Dale County, Alabama) WHO FAILED TO APPEAR on the DAY the CASE (38-CV-2015-900261.00) WAS SET FOR TRIAL (February 21, 2017), on February 23, 2017, espoused a NEW LEGAL THEORY when he ENTERED JUDGMENT for the DEFENDANT, CONTRARY to Alabama Rules of Civil Procedure (ARCP), VII. JUDGMENT, Rule 55: The rule eliminates the requirement of notice prior to entry of JUDGMENT BY DEFAULT when the DEFAULT arises from FAILURE TO APPEAR on the day the case is set for trial


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Unified Judicial System

State of Alabama

AlaFile E-Notice

38-CV-2015-900261.00

To: Hein Vernon Paul
vern@heinlaw.net

Judge: Henry D. “Butch” Binford

NOTICE OF ELECTRONIC FILING

In the Circuit Court of Houston County, Alabama

Plaintiff

v. Brian Ralph Beasley

The following matter was Filed on 2/23/2017 11:13:44 AM

Notice Date: 2/23/2017 11:13:44 AM

Carla H. Woodall
Circuit Court Clerk
Houston County, Alabama
P.O. Drawer 6406
Dothan, AL 36302
334-677-4859

Order of Judgment
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DOCUMENT 40

In the Circuit Court of Houston County, Alabama

Plaintiff

v.

Beasley Brian Ralph
Defendant

Case No.: CV-2015-900261.00

ORDER

Upon consideration of the evidence and testimony presented herein, the Court finds that the evidence does not establish by a preponderance of the evidence the elements of the claims set out in the complaint

Accordingly, judgment is entered for the Defendant

Costs taxed as paid

Done this 23rd day of February, 2017

Henry D. “Butch” Binford
Circuit Judge
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Alabama Rules of Civil Procedure (ARCP)
VII. JUDGMENT
Rule 55.
(a) Entry
(b) Judgment
(1) By the Clerk

Committee Comments on 1973 Adoption

The rule eliminates the requirement of notice prior to entry of judgment by default when the default arises from failure to appear on the day the case is set for trial

Rule 55(a) authorizes the clerk to enter defaults upon the civil docket when the party fails “to plead or otherwise defend”

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James Bailey Is a Liar. Is He a Murderer?
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Slate

Leon Neyfakh

2/2017
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http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/crime/2017/02/will_new_evidence_in_a_dothan_alabama_murder_case_prove_james_bailey_is.html
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Heather Brown was released from the Whatcom County Jail in Washington, after authorities in Alabama failed to submit a timely extradition warrant requesting her return to Dothan
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Coroner finds body in woods

Unidentified man a victim of homicide
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Dothan Eagle (@DothanEagle)

March 14 2004
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Vengeance the motive in killing

District attorney outlines case against Stuckey
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Dothan Eagle (@DothanEagle)

March 18 2004
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Dothan, Alabama: 2017 Crime Statistics

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Dothan Alabama January 2017 Crime Statistics
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_2 – Arson
20 – Assault
48 – Burglary
62 – Larceny / Theft
_6 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_5 – Robbery
_2 – Sexual Assault


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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3665
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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3667
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Dothan Alabama February 2017 Crime Statistics
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_1 – Arson
29 – Assault
33 – Burglary
_2 – Homicide
44 – Larceny / Theft
_6 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_2 – Robbery
_1 – Sexual Assault


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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3691
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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3692
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Dothan Alabama January 2017 Crime Statistics by #
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_2 – Arson
_2 – Sexual Assault
_5 – Robbery
_6 – Motor Vehicle Theft
20 – Assault
48 – Burglary
62 – Larceny / Theft
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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3667
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Dothan Alabama February 2017 Crime Statistics by #
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_1 – Arson
_1 – Sexual Assault
_2 – Homicide
_2 – Robbery
_6 – Motor Vehicle Theft
29 – Assault
33 – Burglary
44 – Larceny / Theft
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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3692
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Dothan Alabama January 2017 Crime Statistics Compared MONTHLY
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_2 – Arson
20 – Assault
48 – Burglary
62 – Larceny / Theft
_6 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_5 – Robbery
_2 – Sexual Assault
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Dothan Alabama February 2017 Crime Statistics
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_1 – Arson (1 less than 1/2017)
29 – Assault (9 more than 1/2017)
33 – Burglary (15 less than 1/2017)
_2 – Homicide (2 more than 1/2017)
44 – Larceny / Theft (18 less than 1/2017)
_6 – Motor Vehicle Theft (same as 1/2017)
_2 – Robbery (3 less than 1/2017)
_1 – Sexual Assault (1 less than 1/2017)
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Dothan Alabama January 2017 Crime Statistics Compared YEARLY
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_2 – Arson
20 – Assault
48 – Burglary
62 – Larceny / Theft
_6 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_5 – Robbery
_2 – Sexual Assault
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Dothan Alabama February 2017 Crime Statistics Compared YEARLY
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_1 – Arson (same as 2/2016)
29 – Assault (17 more than 2/2016)
33 – Burglary (17 less than 2/2016)
_2 – Homicide (2 more than 2/2016)
44 – Larceny / Theft (102 less than 2/2016)
_6 – Motor Vehicle Theft (2 less than 2/2016)
_2 – Robbery (6 less than 2/2016)
_1 – Sexual Assault (same as 2/2016)
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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3667

http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3692

In the interest of transparency and public interest the Dothan Police Department makes available to all members of the public these unofficial Part I crime reportsThe data contained in this work product was accurate that the time of publication but is subject to change at any time and may not reflect the final crime data reported to the Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center or the Federal Bureau of Investigation

Dothan, Alabama: 2016 Crime Statistics

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Dothan Alabama: 2016 Crime Statistics
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2016 TOTAL Dothan, Alabama, Crime Statistics (excluding January)
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____9 – Arson
__206 – Assault
__625 – Burglary
____5 – Homicide
1,681 – Larceny / Theft
__119 – Motor Vehicle Theft
___73 – Robbery
___33 – Sexual Assault
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2751 – TOTAL
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http://www.dothan.org/index.aspx?NID=530
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2016 TOTAL Dothan, Alabama, Crime Statistics by # (excluding January)
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____5 – Homicide
____9 – Arson
___33 – Sexual Assault
___73 – Robbery
__119 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__206 – Assault
__625 – Burglary
1,681 – Larceny / Theft
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2016 MONTHLY TOTAL CRIME STATISTICS
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2016 MONTHLY TOTAL CRIME STATISTICS
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226 Crimes – February
254 Crimes – March
233 Crimes – April
258 Crimes – May
256 Crimes – June
270 Crimes – July
286 Crimes – August
221 Crimes – September
320 Crimes – October
285 Crimes – November
142 Crimes – December
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2751 CRIMES
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2016 MONTHLY TOTAL CRIME STATISTICS by #
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142 Crimes – December
221 Crimes – September
226 Crimes – February
230 Crimes – July
233 Crimes – April
254 Crimes – March
258 Crimes – May
258 Crimes – November
260 Crimes – June
286 Crimes – August
320 Crimes – October
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2016 CRIME STATISTICS by MONTH
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FEBRUARY 2016
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__1 – Arson
_12 – Assault
_50 – Burglary
146 – Larceny / Theft
__8 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault
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226 Crimes
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MARCH 2016
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_17 – Assault
_55 – Burglary
__2 – Homicide
163 – Larceny / Theft
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__2 – Robbery
__2 – Sexual Assault
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254 Crimes
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APRIL 2016
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_23 – Assault
_44 – Burglary
142 – Larceny / Theft
__5 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
_11 – Sexual Assault
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233 Crimes
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MAY 2016
………………………………………………..
__1 – Arson
_19 – Assault
_61 – Burglary
__1 – Homicide
152 – Larceny / Theft
__8 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_11 – Robbery
__5 – Sexual Assault
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258 Crimes
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JUNE 2016
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__1 – Arson
_26 – Assault
_45 – Burglary
159 – Larceny / Theft
_15 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__9 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault
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260 Crimes
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JULY 2016
………………………………………………..
__4 – Arson
_26 – Assault
_67 – Burglary
__1 – Homicide
147 – Larceny / Theft
_20 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__4 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault
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230 Crimes
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AUGUST 2016
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_16 – Assault
_78 – Burglary
168 – Larceny / Theft
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__9 – Robbery
__2 – Sexual Assault
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286 Crimes
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SEPTEMBER 2016
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_10 – Assault
_51 – Burglary
__1 – Homicide
143 – Larceny / Theft
__9 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__5 – Robbery
__2 – Sexual Assault
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221 Crimes
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OCTOBER 2016
………………………………………………..
__1 – Arson
_20 – Assault
_60 – Burglary
217 – Larceny / Theft
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault
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320 Crimes
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NOVEMBER 2016
………………………………………………..
__1 – Arson
_17 – Assault
_67 – Burglary
185 – Larceny / Theft
__6 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__5 – Robbery
__4 – Sexual Assault
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258 Crimes
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DECEMBER 2016
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_20 – Assault
_47 – Burglary
_59 – Larceny / Theft
__9 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__4 – Robbery
__3 – Sexual Assault
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142 Crimes
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2016 CRIME STATISTICS by #
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FEBRUARY 2016
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__1 – Arson
__1 – Sexual Assault
__8 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
_12 – Assault
_50 – Burglary
146 – Larceny / Theft
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MARCH 2016
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__2 – Homicide
__2 – Robbery
__2 – Sexual Assault
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_17 – Assault
_55 – Burglary
163 – Larceny / Theft
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APRIL 2016
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__5 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
_11 – Sexual Assault
_23 – Assault
_44 – Burglary
142 – Larceny / Theft
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MAY 2016
………………………………………………..
__1 – Arson
__1 – Homicide
__5 – Sexual Assault
__8 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_11 – Robbery
_19 – Assault
_61 – Burglary
152 – Larceny / Theft
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JUNE 2016
………………………………………………..
__1 – Arson
__1 – Sexual Assault
__9 – Robbery
_15 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_26 – Assault
_45 – Burglary
159 – Larceny / Theft
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JULY 2016
………………………………………………..
__1 – Homicide
__1 – Sexual Assault
__4 – Arson
__4 – Robbery
_20 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_26 – Assault
_67 – Burglary
147 – Larceny / Theft
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AUGUST 2016
………………………………………………..
__2 – Sexual Assault
__9 – Robbery
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_16 – Assault
_78 – Burglary
168 – Larceny / Theft
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SEPTEMBER 2016
………………………………………………..
__1 – Homicide
__2 – Sexual Assault
__5 – Robbery
__9 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_10 – Assault
_51 – Burglary
143 – Larceny / Theft
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OCTOBER 2016
………………………………………………..
__1 – Arson
__1 – Sexual Assault
__8 – Robbery
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_20 – Assault
_60 – Burglary
217 – Larceny / Theft
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NOVEMBER 2016
………………………………………………..
__1 – Arson
__4 – Sexual Assault
__5 – Robbery
__6 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_17 – Assault
_67 – Burglary
185 – Larceny / Theft
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DECEMBER 2016
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__3 – Sexual Assault
__4 – Robbery
__9 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_20 – Assault
_47 – Burglary
_59 – Larceny / Theft
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2016 CRIME STATISTICS COMPARED MONTHLY
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FEBRUARY 2016
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__1 – Arson
_12 – Assault
_50 – Burglary
146 – Larceny / Theft
__8 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault
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MARCH 2016
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_17 – Assault (5 more than 2/2016)
_55 – Burglary (5 more than 2/2016)
__2 – Homicide (2 more than 2/2016)
163 – Larceny / Theft (17 more than 2/2016)
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft (7 more than 2/2016)
__2 – Robbery (6 less than 2/2016)
__2 – Sexual Assault (1 more than 2/2016)
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APRIL 2016
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_23 – Assault (6 more than 3/2016)
_44 – Burglary (10 less than 3/2016)
142 – Larceny / Theft (21 less than 3/2016)
__5 – Motor Vehicle Theft (8 less than 3/2016)
__8 – Robbery (6 more than 3/2016)
_11 – Sexual Assault (9 more than 3/2016)
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MAY 2016
………………………………………………..
__1 – Arson (1 more than 4/2016)
_19 – Assault (4 less than 4/2016)
_61 – Burglary (17 more than 4/2016)
__1 – Homicide (1 more than 4/2016)
152 – Larceny / Theft (10 more than 4/2016)
__8 – Motor Vehicle Theft (3 more than 4/2016)
_11 – Robbery (3 more than 4/2016)
__5 – Sexual Assault (6 less than 4/2016)
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JUNE 2016
………………………………………………..
__1 – Arson (same as 5/2016)
_26 – Assault (7 more than 5/2016)
_45 – Burglary (16 less than 5/2016)
159 – Larceny / Theft (7 more than 5/2016)
_15 – Motor Vehicle Theft (7 more than 5/2016)
__9 – Robbery (2 less than 5/2016)
__1 – Sexual Assault (4 less than 5/2016)
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JULY 2016
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__4 – Arson (3 more than 6/2016)
_26 – Assault (same as 6/2016)
_67 – Burglary (22 more than 6/2016)
__1 – Homicide (1 more than 6/2016)
147 – Larceny / Theft (12 less than 6/2016)
_20 – Motor Vehicle Theft (5 more than 6/2016)
__4 – Robbery (5 less than 6/2016)
__1 – Sexual Assault (same as 6/2016)
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AUGUST 2016
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_16 – Assault (10 less than 7/2016)
_78 – Burglary (11 more than 7/2016)
168 – Larceny / Theft (21 more than 7/2016)
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft (7 less than 7/2016)
__9 – Robbery (5 more as 7/2016)
__2 – Sexual Assault (1 more than 7/2016)
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SEPTEMBER 2016
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_10 – Assault (6 less than 8/2016)
_51 – Burglary (25 less than 8/2016)
__1 – Homicide (1 more than 8/2016)
143 – Larceny / Theft (25 less than 8/2016)
__9 – Motor Vehicle Theft (4 less than 8/2016)
__5 – Robbery (4 more than 8/2016)
__2 – Sexual Assault (same as 8/2016)
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OCTOBER 2016
………………………………………………..
__1 – Arson (1 more than 9/2016)
_20 – Assault (10 more than 9/2016)
_60 – Burglary (9 more than 9/2016)
217 – Larceny / Theft (74 more than 9/2016)
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft (4 less than 9/2016)
__8 – Robbery (3 more than 9/2016)
__1 – Sexual Assault (1 less than 9/2016)
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NOVEMBER 2016
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__1 – Arson (same as 10/2016)
_17 – Assault (3 less than 10/2016)
_67 – Burglary (7 more than 10/2016)
185 – Larceny / Theft (32 more than 10/2016)
__6 – Motor Vehicle Theft (7 less than 10/2016)
__5 – Robbery (3 more than 10/2016)
__4 – Sexual Assault (3 less than 10/2016)
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DECEMBER 2016
………………………………………………..
_20 – Assault (3 more than 11/2016)
_47 – Burglary (20 less than 11/2016)
_59 – Larceny / Theft (126 less than 11/2016)
__9 – Motor Vehicle Theft (3 more than 11/2016)
__4 – Robbery (1 less than 11/2016)
__3 – Sexual Assault (1 less than 11/2016)
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FEBRUARY 2016
………………………………………………..
__1 – Arson
_12 – Assault
_50 – Burglary
146 – Larceny / Theft
__8 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault
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MARCH 2016
………………………………………………..
_17 – Assault
_55 – Burglary
__2 – Homicide
163 – Larceny / Theft
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__2 – Robbery
__2 – Sexual Assault
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APRIL 2016
………………………………………………..
_23 – Assault
_44 – Burglary
142 – Larceny / Theft
__5 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
_11 – Sexual Assault
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MAY 2016
………………………………………………..
__1 – Arson
_19 – Assault
_61 – Burglary
__1 – Homicide
152 – Larceny / Theft
__8 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_11 – Robbery
__5 – Sexual Assault
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JUNE 2016
………………………………………………..
__1 – Arson
_26 – Assault
_45 – Burglary
159 – Larceny / Theft
_15 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__9 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault
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JULY 2016
………………………………………………..
__4 – Arson
_26 – Assault
_67 – Burglary
__1 – Homicide
147 – Larceny / Theft
_20 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__4 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault
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AUGUST 2016
………………………………………………..
_16 – Assault
_78 – Burglary
168 – Larceny / Theft
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__9 – Robbery
__2 – Sexual Assault
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SEPTEMBER 2016
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_10 – Assault
_51 – Burglary
__1 – Homicide
143 – Larceny / Theft
__9 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__5 – Robbery
__2 – Sexual Assault
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OCTOBER 2016
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__1 – Arson
_20 – Assault
_60 – Burglary
217 – Larceny / Theft
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault
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NOVEMBER 2016
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__1 – Arson
_17 – Assault
_67 – Burglary
185 – Larceny / Theft
__6 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__5 – Robbery
__4 – Sexual Assault
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DECEMBER 2016
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_20 – Assault
_47 – Burglary
_59 – Larceny / Theft
__9 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__4 – Robbery
__3 – Sexual Assault
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February 2016
………………………………………………..
__1 – Arson
_12 – Assault
_50 – Burglary
146 – Larceny / Theft
__8 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault


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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/2979
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March 2016
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_17 – Assault
_55 – Burglary
__2 – Homicide
163 – Larceny / Theft
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__2 – Robbery
__2 – Sexual Assault
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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3021
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April 2016
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_23 – Assault
_44 – Burglary
142 – Larceny / Theft
__5 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
_11 – Sexual Assault
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May 2016
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__1 – Arson
_19 – Assault
_61 – Burglary
__1 – Homicide
152 – Larceny / Theft
__8 – Motor Vehicle Theft
_11 – Robbery
__5 – Sexual Assault


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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3154
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June 2016
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__1 – Arson
_26 – Assault
_45 – Burglary
159 – Larceny / Theft
_15 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__9 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault


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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3242
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July 2016
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__4 – Arson
_26 – Assault
_67 – Burglary
__1 – Homicide
147 – Larceny / Theft
_20 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__4 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault


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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3287
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August 2016
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_16 – Assault
_78 – Burglary
168 – Larceny / Theft
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__9 – Robbery
__2 – Sexual Assault


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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3315
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September 2016
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_10 – Assault
_51 – Burglary
__1 – Homicide
143 – Larceny / Theft
__9 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__5 – Robbery
__2 – Sexual Assault


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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3365
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October 2016
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__1 – Arson
_20 – Assault
_60 – Burglary
217 – Larceny / Theft
_13 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__8 – Robbery
__1 – Sexual Assault


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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3389
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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3388
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November 2016
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__1 – Arson
_17 – Assault
_67 – Burglary
185 – Larceny / Theft
__6 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__5 – Robbery
__4 – Sexual Assault


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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3428
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December 2016
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_20 – Assault
_47 – Burglary
_59 – Larceny / Theft
__9 – Motor Vehicle Theft
__4 – Robbery
__3 – Sexual Assault


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http://www.dothan.org/DocumentCenter/View/3666
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FEBRUARY 2016
_________________________________________________
1 – ARSON
………………………………………………..
1 – Arson First Degree
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12 – ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
_1 – Assault First Degree

_3 – Assault Second Degree

_1 – Chemical Endangerment

_3 – Domestic Violence First Degree

_1 – Domestic Violence Second Degree

_1 – Domestic Violence by Strangulation or Suffocation

_1 – Elder abuse and neglect

_1 – Terrorist Threat
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50 – BURGLARY
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_2 – Burglary First Degree

_3 – Burglary Second Degree

45 – Burglary Third Degree
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146 – LARCENY / THEFT
………………………………………………..
_5 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)

_2 – Theft of Property Second Degree (Greater Than $500 to $2,500)

_7 – Theft of Property Second Degree (Greater Than $1500 to $2,500)

13 – Theft of Property Third Degree ($500 or Less)

11 – Theft of Property Third Degree ($500 to $1499)

_2 – Theft of Property Fourth Degree, $499 or less

41 – Theft of Property Fourth Degree, $500 or less

23 – Theft of Property Fourth Degree ($500 or less)

_3 – Theft of Lost Property Second Degree (Greater Than $500 to $2,500)

_1 – Theft of Lost Property Second Degree $1500-$2500

_1 – Theft of Lost Property Third Degree $500-$1499

_1 – Theft of Lost Property Fourth Degree ($500 or Less)

36 – Unlawful Breaking and Entering a Vehicle
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8 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
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7 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)

1 – Theft of Property Second Degree (Greater Than $500 to $2,500)
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8 – ROBBERY
………………………………………………..
4 – Robbery First Degree

1 – Robbery Second Degree

3 – Robbery Third Degree
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1 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
1 – Rape First Degree
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MARCH 2016
_________________________________________________
17 – ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
2 – Assault First Degree

4 – Assault Second Degree

1 – Discharge Firearm Into an Unoccupied Dwelling or Vehicle

4 – Domestic Violence Second Degree

3 – Domestic Violence – Second Degree

1 – Domestic Violence Second Degree – Intimidating a Witness

1 – Terrorist Threat

1 – Throwing / Shooting Into Occupied Vehicle
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55 – BURGLARY
………………………………………………..
2 – Burglary First Degree

5 – Burglary Second Degree

48 – Burglary Third Degree
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2 – HOMICIDE
………………………………………………..
2 – Murder
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163 – LARCENY / THEFT
………………………………………………..
_1 – Failure to Pay for Gasoline

_5 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)

_7 – Theft of Property Second Degree [Greater Than $1500 to $2,50

18 – Theft of Property Third Degree [$500 to $1499]

86 – Theft of Property Fourth Degree, $500 or less

_1 – Theft of Lost Property Second Degree $1500-$2500

_5 – Theft of Lost Property Fourth Degree ($500 or Less)

40 – Unlawful Breaking and Entering a Vehicle
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13 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
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13 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)
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2 – ROBBERY
………………………………………………..
2 – Robbery First Degree
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2 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
1 – Rape First Degree

1 – Rape Second Degree
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APRIL 2016
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23 – ASSAULT
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3 – Assault Second Degree

5 – Chemical Endangerment

1 – Discharge Firearm Into an Occupied Dwelling or Vehicle

1 – Discharge Firearm Into an Unoccupied Dwelling or Vehicle

2 – Domestic Violence Second Degree

1 – Domestic Violence – Second Degree

3 – Domestic Violence by Strangulation or Suffocation

1 – Intimidating a Witness

2 – Terrorist Threat

1 – Throwing / Shooting Into Occupied Vehicle

3 – Torture / Willful Abuse of Child
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44 – BURGLARY
………………………………………………..
_3 – Burglary First Degree

_3 – Burglary Second Degree

38 – Burglary Third Degree
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142 – LARCENY / THEFT
………………………………………………..
_6 – Theft of Property First Degree [Greater Than $2,500]

_6 – Theft of Property Second Degree (Greater Than $1500 to $2,500)

13 – Theft of Property Third Degree ($500 to $1499)

84 – Theft of Property Fourth Degree, $500 or less

_2 – Theft of Lost Property Third Degree $500-$1499

_3 – Theft of Lost Property Fourth Degree ($500 or Less)

28 – Unlawful Breaking and Entering a Vehicle
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5 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
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5 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)
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8 – ROBBERY
………………………………………………..
6 – Robbery First Degree

2 – Robbery Third Degree
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11 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
9 – Rape First Degree

2 – Sodomy First Degree
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MAY 2016
_________________________________________________
1 – ARSON
………………………………………………..
1 – Arson Second Degree
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19 – ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
2 – Assault First Degree

3 – Assault Second Degree

1 – Chemical Endangerment

1 – Criminal Use of Defensive Spray

3 – Discharge Firearm into an Unoccupied Dwelling or Vehicle

2 – Domestic Violence First Degree

3 – Domestic Violence Second Degree

2 – Domestic Violence by Strangulation or Suffocation

1 – Intimidating a Witness

1 – Terrorist Threat
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61 – BURGLARY
………………………………………………..
_3 – Burglary First Degree

_2 – Burglary Second Degree

56 – Burglary Third Degree
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1 – HOMICIDE
………………………………………………..
1 – Murder
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152 – LARCENY / THEFT
………………………………………………..
_1 – Failure to Pay for Gasoline

_1 – Theft by Fraudulent Leasing

_3 – Theft of Property First Degree [Greater Than $2,500)

_1 – Theft of Property second Degree, $500 or less

15 – Theft of Property Second Degree (Greater Than $1500 to $2,500)

20 – Theft of Property Third Degree [$500 to $1499]

74 – Theft of Property Fourth Degree, $500 or less

_1 – Theft of Lost Property Second Degree $1500-$2500

_1 – Theft of Lost Property Third Degree $500-$1499

_4 – Theft of Lost Property Fourth Degree ($500 or Less)

31 – Unlawful Breaking and Entering a Vehicle
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8 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
………………………………………………..
8 – Theft of Property First Degree [Greater Than $2,500]
_________________________________________________
11 – ROBBERY
………………………………………………..
9 – Robbery First Degree

2 – Robbery Third Degree
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5 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
5 – Rape First Degree
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JUNE 2016
_________________________________________________
1 – ARSON
………………………………………………..
1 – Arson Second Degree
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26 – ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
1 – Aggravated Child Abuse

1 – Aggravated Stalking, Second Degree

2 – Assault First Degree

1 – Assault Second Degree

3 – Chemical Endangerment

1 – Criminal Use of Defensive Spray

3 – Discharge Firearm Into an Unoccupied Dwelling or Vehicle

5 – Domestic Violence Second Degree

3 – Domestic Violence – Second Degree

1 – Domestic Violence – Second Degree – Punishment

3 – Domestic Violence by Strangulation or Suffocation

1 – Terrorist Threat

1 – Torture / Willful Abuse of Child
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45 – BURGLARY
………………………………………………..
_1 – Burglary First Degree

_3 – Burglary Second Degree

41 – Burglary Third Degree
_________________________________________________
159 – LARCENY / THEFT
………………………………………………..
_5 – Theft of Property First Degree [Greater Than $2,500)

_9 – Theft of Property Second Degree (Greater Than $1500 to $2,500]

26 – Theft of Property Third Degree [$500 to $1499]

41 – Theft of Property Fourth Degree, $499 or less

37 – Theft of Property Fourth Degree, $500 or less

_3 – Theft of Lost Property Third Degree $500-$1499

_3 – Theft of Lost Property Fourth Degree ($500 or Less)

35 – Unlawful Breaking and Entering a Vehicle
_________________________________________________
15 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
………………………………………………..
15 – Theft of Property First Degree [Greater Than $2,500)
_________________________________________________
9 – ROBBERY
………………………………………………..
6 – Robbery First Degree

1 – Robbery Second Degree

2 – Robbery Third Degree
_________________________________________________
1 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
1 – Rape First Degree
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JULY 2016
_________________________________________________
4 – ARSON
………………………………………………..
1 – Arson First Degree

2 – Arson Second Degree

1 – Criminal Mischief First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)
_________________________________________________
26 – ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
5 – Assault First Degree

7 – Assault Second Degree

1 – Chemical Endangerment

4 – Discharge Firearm Into an Unoccupied Dwelling or Vehicle

2 – Domestic Violence – Second Degree

1 – DV 2ND CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

4 – Domestic Violence by Strangulation or Suffocation

1 – Terrorist Threat

1 – Throwing / Shooting Into Occupied Vehicle
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67 – BURGLARY
………………………………………………..
_2 – Burglary First Degree

_1 – Burglary Second Degree

64 – Burglary Third Degree
_________________________________________________
1 – HOMICIDE
………………………………………………..
1 – Murder
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147 – LARCENY / THEFT
………………………………………………..
_5 – Theft of Property First Degree [Greater Than $2,500]

_9 – Theft of Property Second Degree [Greater Than $1500 to $2,500]

20 – Theft of Property Third Degree [$500 to $1499)

88 – Theft of Property Fourth Degree, $499 or less

_2 – Theft of Lost Property, Third Degree $500-$1499

_3 – Theft of Lost Property Fourth Degree ($500 or Less]

20 – Unlawful Breaking and Entering a Vehicle
_________________________________________________
20 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
………………………………………………..
20 – Theft of Property First Degree [Greater Than $2,500]
_________________________________________________
4 – ROBBERY
………………………………………………..
1 – Robbery First Degree

3 – Robbery Third Degree
_________________________________________________
1 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
1 – Rape First Degree
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AUGUST 2016
_________________________________________________
16 – ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
1 – Aggravated Child Abuse

3 – Assault First Degree

1 – Assault Second Degree

2 – Chemical Endangerment

1 – Discharge Firearm Into an occupied Dwelling or Vehicle

1 – Discharge Firearm Into unoccupied Dwelling or Vehicle

2 – Discharge Firearm Into an Unoccupied Dwelling or Vehicle

1 – Domestic Violence First Degree
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1 – Domestic Violence Second Degree

2 – Domestic Violence – Second Degree

1 – Torture / Willful Abuse of Child
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78 – BURGLARY
………………………………………………..
_2 – Burglary First Degree

_8 – Burglary Second Degree

67 – Burglary Third Degree

_1 – Possession of Burglary Tools
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168 – LARCENY / THEFT
………………………………………………..
_2 – Failure to Pay for Gasoline

_6 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)

12 – Theft of Property Second Degree (Greater Than $1500 to $2,500)

17 – Theft of Property Third Degree ($500 to $1499)

77 – Theft of Property Fourth Degree, $499 or less

_1 – Theft of Lost Property Fourth Degree ($500 or Less)

53 – Unlawful Breaking and Entering a Vehicle
_________________________________________________
13 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
………………………………………………..
13 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)
_________________________________________________
9 – ROBBERY
………………………………………………..
5 – Robbery First Degree

1 – Robbery Second Degree

3 – Robbery Third Degree
_________________________________________________
2 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
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2 – Rape First Degree
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OCTOBER 2016
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1 – ARSON
………………………………………………..
1 – Arson Second Degree
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20 – ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
1 – Aggravated Child Abuse

5 – Assault First Degree

2 – Assault Second Degree

5 – Discharging Firearm Into Occupied or Unoccupied Building / Automobile

1 – Domestic Violence – Second Degree

2 – Domestic Violence by Strangulation or Suffocation

1 – Terrorist Threat

2 – Throwing / Shooting Into Occupied Vehicle

1 – Torture / Willful Abuse of Child
_________________________________________________
60 – BURGLARY
………………………………………………..
_1 – Burglary First Degree

_6 – Burglary Second Degree

53 – Burglary Third Degree
_________________________________________________
217 – LARCENY / THEFT
………………………………………………..
_11 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)

_13 – Theft of Property Second Degree [Greater Than $1500 to $2,500]

_26 – Theft of Property Third Degree ($500 to $1499)

104 – Theft of Property Fourth Degree, $499 or less

__2 – Theft of Lost Property Third Degree $500-$1499

__3 – Theft of Lost Property Fourth Degree ($500 or Less)

_58 – Unlawful Breaking and Entering a Vehicle
_________________________________________________
13 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
………………………………………………..
13 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)
_________________________________________________
8 – ROBBERY
………………………………………………..
4 – Robbery First Degree

2 – Robbery Second Degree

2 – Robbery Third Degree
_________________________________________________
1 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
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1 – Sodomy First Degree
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NOVEMBER 2016
_________________________________________________
1 – ARSON
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1 – Arson Third Degree
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17 – ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
1 – Aggravated Child Abuse

4 – Assault First Degree

2 – Assault Second Degree

1 – Chemical Endangerment

3 – Discharging Firearm Into Occupied or Unoccupied Building / Automobile

2 – Domestic Violence by Strangulation or Suffocation

1 – Domestic Violence First Degree

2 – Intimidating a Witness

1 – Stalking
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67 – BURGLARY
………………………………………………..
_7 – Burglary Second Degree

59 – Burglary Third Degree

_1 – Possession of Burglary Tools
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185 – LARCENY / THEFT
………………………………………………..
_5 – Theft of Property First Degree [Greater Than $2,500)

14 – Theft of Property Second Degree [Greater Than $1500 to $2,500)

13 – Theft of Property Third Degree [$500 to $1499]

92 – Theft of Property Fourth Degree, $499 or less

_2 – Theft of Lost Property Third Degree $500-$1499

_5 – Theft of Lost Property Fourth Degree ($500 or Less)

54 – Unlawful Breaking and Entering a Vehicle
_________________________________________________
6 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
………………………………………………..
6 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)
_________________________________________________
5 – ROBBERY
………………………………………………..
3 – Robbery First Degree

1 – Robbery Second Degree

1 – Unauthorized Use of Vehicle by Force
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4 – SEXUAL ASSAULT (3)
………………………………………………..
2 – Rape First Degree

1 – Rape Second Degree
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DECEMBER 2016
_________________________________________________
20 – ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
1 – Aggravated Child Abuse

5 – Assault First Degree

4 – Chemical Endangerment

4 – Discharging Firearm into Occupied or Unoccupied Building / Automobile

2 – Domestic Violence – Second Degree

4 – Domestic Violence by Strangulation or Suffocation
_________________________________________________
47 – BURGLARY
………………………………………………..
_5 – Burglary Second Degree

42 – Burglary Third Degree
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59 – LARCENY / THEFT
………………………………………………..
_5 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500]

14 – Theft of Property Second Degree (Greater Than $1500 to $2,500)

22 – Theft of Property Third Degree ($500 to $1499)

18 – Unlawful Breaking and Entering a Vehicle
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9 – MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
………………………………………………..
9 – Theft of Property First Degree (Greater Than $2,500)
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4 – ROBBERY
………………………………………………..
2 – Robbery First Degree

2 – Robbery Second Degree
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3 – SEXUAL ASSAULT
………………………………………………..
2 – Rape First Degree

1 – Sodomy First Degree
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In the interest of transparency and public interest, the Dothan Police Department makes available to all members of the public these unofficial Part I crime reports

The data contained in this work product was accurate that the time of publication but is subject to change at any time and may not reflect the final crime data reported to the Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center or the Federal Bureau of Investigation
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Dennis C. Latham is a Renegade Emperor King Barack Obama Lover who Hates TRUTH from specific people

President Barack Obama the liar -Barack Obama backing what I said TO BE TRUE
PROVING Obama to be a liar but Obama has too much PRIDE in his hate towards Conservatives and Trump To admit being wrong
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The Renegade Emperor King has No Clothes
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King Latham’s Universal Revolution – BOOO YAH !!!
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If Dennis C. Latham is a “King,” he is a

“KING of FOOLS,” like OBAMA

YAH BOY !!!
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Attorney Jerry Blevins of Montgomery, AL is a liar who hates TRUTH from specific people
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February 6, 2015
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attorney jerry blevins the liar – Insurance Agent backing what I said TO BE TRUE
PROVING blevins to be a liar but blevins has too much PRIDE in his hate towards Obama Care and Obama To admit being wrong
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Dennis C. Latham
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Dennis C. Latham
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https://www.dennisclatham.wordpress.com
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Jonathan Gruber, obamacare architect, says Dennis C. Latham is STUPID
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CNN (@CNN)
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Barack Hussein Obama LIES

If you like your Doctor
You can Keep your Doctor

If you like your Health Plan
You can keep your Health Plan
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Barack H. Obama LIES

On my first day in office, we closed the revolving door between lobbying firms and the government so that no one in my administration would make decisions based on the interests of former or future employers
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Barack Obama rails against Supreme Court “strike on democracy
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Politico (@Politico)

Malachy Browne (@MalachyBrowne)

1/24/2010
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http://politico.ie/index.php?Itemid=878&catid=232:world&id=6190:barack-obama-rails-against-supreme-court-decision-on-electioneering&option=com_content&view=article
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Barack Obama LIES

No political appointees in an Obama-Biden administration will be permitted to work on regulations or contracts directly and substantially related to their prior employer for two years

And no political appointee will be able to lobby the executive branch after leaving government service during the remainder of the administration
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Tougher rules against revolving door for lobbyists and former officials
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The Tampa Bay Times Politi-Fact
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Obama CORRUPT EPA
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Energy and Environment Legal Institute Report: Improper Collusion Between Environmental Pressure Groups and the Environmental Protection Agency As Revealed by Freedom of Information Act Requests
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Interim Report September 2014
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when rules represent

an unprecedented break from past practices, the public has a right to know whether this decision was based on policy or politics
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Watchdog calls on IG to probe refiners’ influence on proposed RFS rule
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E and E News

Melanie Sloan Amanda Paterka

May 22, 2014
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http://www.governorsbiofuelscoalition.org/?p=9424
Energy and Environmental Law
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http://eelegal.org/?page_id=1493
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Obama EPA of CORRUPTION
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Eye on the Environmental Protection Agency (@EPA): Less Than Thorough – Flaws in Recent EPA Office of Inspector General Investigations: OIG Ignores Leads on EPA’s Email Follies
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http://wp.me/p5tuFO-1n3
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Obama LIES

In the face of doubt, openness prevails. The government should not keep information confidential merely because public officials might be embarrassed by disclosure, because errors and failures might be revealed, or because of speculative or abstract fears
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Obama Lays Out Ethics Rules
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The Washington Post (@WashingtonPost)

Chris Cillizza (@TheFix)

November 11, 2008
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http://voices.washingtonpost.com/thefix/eye-on-2008/obama-lays-out-ethics-rules.html
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MEMORANDUM FOR THE HEADS OF EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES
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SUBJECT: Freedom of Information Act
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http://www.whitehouse.gov/the_press_office/Freedom_of_Information_Act
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Obama CORRUPTED EPA
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EPA Improperly Denies FOIA Waivers for Disfavored Groups, Inspector General Again Improperly Limits Inquiry into Abuses
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Christopher Horner (@Chris_C_Horner)

Chaim Mandelbaum

Cliff Smith

Brittany Mandi

July, 2014

June 27, 2014
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http://eelegal.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/EE-Legal-Report-on-EPA-Fee-Waiver-Bias-and-OIG-Abuse-6-27-14.pdf
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Obama LIES that his administration will be the most Transparent
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Barack Obama (@BarackObama Barack Hussein Obama) CORRUPT Renegade Emperor King unilaterally declared that the U.S. Senate was NOT IN SESSION; when it was in fact in a “pro forma session,” so that he could make so-called recess appointments of his three (3) highly partisan nominees to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) without Senate approval (January 2012)

U.S. Constitution permits temporary “recess” appointments when the Senate is NOT IN SESSION

Senate was in a “pro forma session”

Obama defined the session as a SHAM

Noel Canning, a soft-drink distributor, sued the N.L.R.B., claiming the Obama administration exceeded its constitutional authority when it appointed three (3) NLRB members who ruled on his case

Therefore, the N L R B lacked a quorum of five (5) members because three (3) of them were appointed unconstitutionally when Obama ignored Senate rule that it was in session

NLRB kept conducting business as usual in spite of the lawsuit and in spite of a D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals opinion striking down the appointments

“the Senate is part of a co-equal branch of government that is entitled to set its own rules, and the president can’t step in and override them”

Supreme Court

Justice Stephen Bryer

In our view, however, the pro forma sessions count as sessions, not as periods of recess

We hold that, for purposes of the Recess Appointments Clause, the Senate is in session when it says it is, provided that, under its own rules, it retains the capacity to transact Senate business

The Senate met that standard here

The Democratic-controlled board of the NLRB, a federal agency that oversees private-sector union-organizing elections and referees management-employee disputes, decided 436 cases during the 18 months two (2) of the three (3) now-invalid appointees were seated, an NLRB spokesman said

The third appointee stepped down after several months on the job. The current board must decide whether to protectively redo those 416 rulings to try to shield them from new challenges, though labor lawyers said that in general, the vast majority of board decisions aren’t controversial

Many of the NLRB orders have likely already been implemented, such as workers being rehired or collective-bargaining contracts being negotiated and implemented. It would be hard to undo such things and likely not worthwhile for parties to challenge, labor lawyers said

Still, more than 100 of the 436 decisions were challenged by companies in federal court and could be sent back by the courts to the board to be re-decided—if they haven’t been otherwise resolved, labor lawyers said. . . .
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Obama Cannot Set Senate Rules
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American Center for Law and Justice (@ACLJ)

Jay Sekulow (@JaySekulow)
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http://aclj.org/us-constitution/jay-sekulow-obama-cannot-set-senate-rules
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American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ)
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http://media.aclj.org/pdf/Noel%20Canning%20S%20%20Cr%20%20amicus%20-%20final.pdf
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NLRB v. Noel Canning, Docket No. 12-1281
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2014
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http://www.law.cornell.edu/supremecourt/text/12-1281
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Supreme Court Ruling Forces NLRB to Scramble to Revisit Cases
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Wall Street Journal (@WSJ)

Melanie Trottman (@MelanieTrottman)

June 26, 2014
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http://www.wsj.com/articles/supreme-court-ruling-forces-nlrb-to-scramble-to-redecide-cases-1403818711
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