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Discussion in 'Chesapeake Flyway Forum' started by tubshooter, Apr 13, 2017.
What I can comprehend from the article:
2013 he gets two charges in a month (I can not tell if it was the same trip or separate incidents) and is convicted of just one, so that should have kept his license intact.
2015 conviction is based solely on the 2013 revocation, which it turns out was not valid.
I'm no fan of slobs, but I also have some empathy for the regulatory gauntlet that these guys have to navigate.
My point was his license is revoked but he was acquitted of the 2015 charges and "did nothing wrong". He can't have any legal oysters from anywhere in that case. The charges for the 2013 revocation were valid according to the article.
What's in my wallet??
VA/MD Fishing license
trophy rock stamp
Tilefish/Grouper Landing permit
recreational gill net permit
nontidal fishing license
Hunting licenses in various state
snow goose conversatoin permit
Multitple state stamps
Federal duck stamp
and that's just off the top of my head...it's no wonder I hunt with my lawyer!
TS- I believe that the Probation Before Judgement in the 2013 case does not count as one of the two strikes within a month required to revoke his license.
...and your Banker.