one. If the contents of the vehicle have not been restored prior to this disposal, the contents can be disposed of with the vehicle. 3. If the owner or holder of the registered deposit does not find that the vehicle was legally unjustified, the court orders that the city`s motor vehicle remain in a state of forfeiture if the motor vehicle is not called within five days of the date of the order, in accordance with the subsection (G) or (H) of this section. 6. The civil release of the vehicle does not affect or alter the criminal procedure resulting from the violation. B. Where payment is required under this section, payment is made directly to emergency services and corresponds to the actual cost of recording the accident or the average annual cost of the previous year for the response to a car accident, depending on the highest date. d. In cases where the City has brought a civil action in the event of forfeiture of a seized vehicle, the plaintiff has taken appropriate steps to prevent, as defined in the subsection (F) of this section, the person prosecuted for violation of HMC 9.16.030 or AS 28.15.291, 28.35.030, 28.35.032 or 11.66.110 to 11.66.135 HMC Injury 9.16.030 or AS 28.15.291 ( 28.35.030 , 28.35.032 or 11.66.110 to 11.66.135. (6) An applicant of a property or safety interest in the motor vehicle may avoid the seizure or prevention of the plaintiff`s interest in civil action if the plaintiff finds by being overweight: b. The motor vehicle has been seized or lost and this order has not yet been executed; or f.
The court orders the cancellation of a vehicle surrender obligation: when a person charged under HMC 9.16.030 or AS 28.15.291, 28.35.030, 28.35.032 or 11.66.110 to 11.66.135, obtains the temporary release of a seized vehicle and does not appear as ordered in court. one. When the applicant is entitled to the motor vehicle, he is immediately notified to the applicant at (C) (9) of this section; or 1. In the event of an alleged violation of HMC 9.16.030 or AS 28.15.291, 28.35.030, 28.35.032 or 11.66.110 to 11.66.135, and in addition to the penalties mentioned in these sections, the vehicle used in the event of an alleged injury must be seized for 30 days if the person driving the vehicle is operated on or if the actual physical control of the vehicle has not been previously convicted and the City of Houston is in a state of forfeiture if the person driving the vehicle is being driven. or if the actual physical control of the vehicle has not been condemned in advance and the City of Houston is in a state of forefa guess if the person driving the vehicle is being driven or if the actual physical control of the vehicle has not been previously condemned and the actual physical control of the vehicle has already been condemned.