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N.C.G.S. 20-37.6

I saw one sign in the video but I didn't see the one for the parking spot that the deputy parked in. If you read North Carolina General Statute 20-37.6(d) you will find that for it to be a violation of state law, the sign must have the max penalty on the sign. There are many parking lots that do not have the proper signs. That in itself is a violation of the law. The mark on the pavement is not a valid, enforceable handicapped space. If we are going to be by the book then there was no violation except for the business violating building code and the statute for not having a sufficient amount of PROPERLY marked handicapped spaces. Booooooyaaaaahhhhh

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