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Superior Administrative Court Feb. 14

Superior Administrative Court Feb. 14
Disposition of cases heard the week of Feb. 14, 2011, in Rowan Superior Administrative Court by Judge William Z. Wood Jr.:
Abbreviation key:
CAAF ń Court-appointed attorney fee
PFJC ń Prayer for judgment continued
VD ń Dismissal without leave by district attorney
Failure to notify Department of Motor Vehicles of address change ó Matthew Sean Buchanan, 30 days, suspended, 24 months supervised probation, not possess any illegal controlled substance, stolen goods or contraband and submit to warrantless searches for such, submit to drug testing, pay court cost, $100 fine and $515 CAAF, may transfer to unsupervised probation when all money is paid; Wayne Allen Propst, 45 days, suspended, 24 months supervised probation, not operate motor vehicle, submit to warrantless searches to include false IDs, submit to drug testing, pay court cost and $100 fine, may transfer to unsupervised probation when all money is paid.
Speeding ń Pamela Janelle Cain, pay court cost and $525 CAAF, also reckless driving to endanger, VD.
Driving while license revoked ń Michael Earl Miller, PFJC upon payment of court cost; Rickie R. Studevent, 2 charges, order of remand in first case, VD in second case.
Driving while impaired ń James Anthony Torrence, Hugh Robert Wanke Jr., order of remand.

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