Is It Proper to place someone in jail for a seatbelt violation

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Sheldon D

 

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January 17, 2017

 

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Children less than age 16 are covered under the North Carolina Child Restraint Law. This law requires that children must be buckled up no matter where they are seated in the vehicle. Violators of the safety belt law are issued tickets and are subject to a fine of $25 plus $50 court costs. These violations have been defined as "infractions" and are not entered on driving records...
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These violations have been defined as "infractions" and are not entered on driving records. In addition to this, effective January 1, 2005, any child less than 8 years old or 80 pounds in weight must ride in a booster seat. Violations of this law will result in a $25 fine plus court costs as well as having 2 points placed against driver's license...
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