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To cross state reselling a man sued thousands of cans of beauty

2016-11-08 12:04:08 山东乐启智能科技有限公司 читать

The recovery of tens of thousands of cans from the field of a resident of the U.S. state of Michigan, trying to "return" to Michigan, to earn a deposit, therefore in violation of the law, will face up to 5 years in prison and a fine of $5000. The British "Guardian" reported on 24, the end of April this year, Brian Efridge driving a van to the rental in the town of Tyrone, Michigan, was stopped by the police for speeding. Police officer Clifford Lydon 21, testified in court that, when the Aifuliqi truck is full of aluminum cans and plastic bags, "I think you can't go squashed 5 or 10 cans". Lydon said, E Frich said these cans from the state of Kentucky, "his intention is to return these cans, but he did not say that he want to return these cans where". According to the U.S. "Container Recycling Institute of statistics, Michigan, the nation's highest deposit and beverage cans, 10 cents each, which became the nation's highest rate of return of the beverage bottles, but also attracted some speculators. Michigan has banned the refund from the state of the beverage bottles, lawmakers in recent years also calls for strengthening the legislation to crack down on illegal behavior. E Frich's lawyer Markus Wilcocks said in court, accused the prosecution of E Frich is not reasonable, the reason is that E Frich's situation does not constitute an illegal attempt to return the cans, "they prematurely arrested E Frich, E Frich is trying to" attempt "to return those cans". Wayne State University law professor and former federal prosecutor Peter Henning believes that if E Frich was driving into Michigan, only a few kilometers, that Willcocks's defense may be established; but when E Frich is on the state of Michigan, 120 kilometers, his motive for the crime is clear. Livingston county prosecutor William J watt Lyn Harcourt said that "never encountered a similar case". However, the court ultimately found that Henning, even if E Frich was guilty, he would not be jailed, "this is not a serious crime, and put him in prison have Huaxian county fiscal money".

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