• Constitution for the United States - We the People
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  • Article I - The United States Constitution

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(C) the actor uses a tire deflation device against the officer while the actor is in flight; or
Section 5.3. Duties
A. The President shall preside at all meetings of the Board and of the Association and shall perform such other duties as are required by the Constitution.
B. The Vice President shall perform the duties of the President in the event of absence or disability and shall perform such other duties as are required by the Constitution.
C. The Treasurer shall be the Association’s chief financial officer, registrar of memberships, and executor of credentials, and shall perform such other duties as are required by the Constitution.
D. The Secretary shall be the Association’s recording and correspondence officer and shall perform such other duties as are required by the Constitution

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(d) An offense under this section is a felony of the third degree if the person in custody:
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(3) a fire fighter, while the fire fighter is fighting a fire or investigating the cause of a fire;
(c) It is a defense to prosecution under this section that the actor had a reasonable excuse for his failure to appear in accordance with the terms of his release.

Section 4.2. Standing Committees
A. The Membership Committee shall review applications of prospective members and oversee the membership selection process. The Membership Committee shall also oversee the removal of members no longer deemed eligible for membership and the reinstatement of any removed or suspended members.
B. The Election Committee shall oversee the Association’s officer and director election process.
C. The Grievance Committee shall be the arbiter of inter-Association controversies and shall address grievances between members and credentialing organizations.
D. The Awards Committee shall oversee the Association’s membership awards process, including balloting, voting, and event responsibilities.

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Sec. 38.10. BAIL JUMPING AND FAILURE TO APPEAR. (a) A person lawfully released from custody, with or without bail, on condition that he subsequently appear commits an offense if he intentionally or knowingly fails to appear in accordance with the terms of his release.

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Section 4.1. Committee Membership
A. Each committee shall consist of at least three members, including a chairperson nominated by the President and approved by the Board. Standing committees shall submit annual reports to the Board.
B. Any eligible member interested in committee membership shall, absent other procedures established by the Board, notify the chairperson to express such interest. The chairperson, at his or her discretion, shall determine and select committee membership.
C. Committee members shall serve two-year terms, unless sooner removed. Members and chairpersons may serve for multiple consecutive terms in their respective roles.
D. Eligible members may serve on multiple committees concurrently, but in no event shall any individual serve as chairperson for more than one committee.

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Section 5.1. The Board of Directors of the Association (the “Board”) shall be comprised of seven members (each, a “Director”) as follows: the President, the Vice President, the Treasurer, the Secretary, and three at-large members. The Board may exercise all powers of the Association and do all acts and things which are proper to be done by the Association which are not by law or by this Constitution directed or required to be exercised or done by its members. The Board shall oversee the Association’s committees and shall select the committee chairpersons. The term of office shall be two years, with such term commencing at the conclusion of the meeting at which such Director is elected. The members of the Board shall be elected at the annual meeting. A majority of the Board shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business, and the action of a majority of the directors, whether in person, via telephone, or by written consent, except as otherwise prohibited by law or set forth in this Constitution shall be the action of the Board. Upon the expiration (but not termination) of the term of the office of President, the outgoing President shall remain a Director as an at-large member for an additional two-year term.


Section 3.4. Privileges
A. All members shall be entitled to receive a membership card covering the membership year. Such membership cards are nontransferable and shall confer no rights or privileges on any person other than the member.
B. All members shall be entitled to attend and participate in all meetings and eligible to serve on special committees.
C. Active members shall be entitled to hold office, chair standing and special committees, serve on standing committees, and vote on all Association matters.
D. Additional rights and privileges may be granted from time to time by the Board.