What Is a City Ordinance Violation?

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A city ordinance violation is a set of rules set aside to monitor and prohibit certain actions or behaviours that are contrary to the public's health and welfare. These laws are normally passed by the city councils and are governed within a city.
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Possession of drug paraphernalia. Possession of cannabis.
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A city ordinance is a law passed by a city council. It has effect only within the city limits.
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Theft is not generally City Ordinance Violation. It IS a violation of a Minnesota Statute. It appears that you are being charged with a Petty Misdemeanor. If that is the case, it
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There are all kinds of violations of statutes and ordinances which are commonplace. Littering. Talking on a hand-held cell phone while driving (in states where that's illegal). Speeding
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