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Criminal Law Keyed to Gershowitz
State v. Bugely
Citation:408 N.W.2d 394.
On September 14, 1985, defendant entered into a rental agreement with National to rent a car until September 16, 1985. He did not return the car on September 16, 1985. He called National twice and the agreement was extended first until September 20, 1985, and then until September 27, 1985. Defendant did not return the rental car on September 27, 1985, and did not contact National after that date.
National telephoned defendant’s mother, the number defendant had given National to reach him. She said defendant was not there and she did not know when he would return. The defendant did not return National’s call. National filed a criminal complaint and the police arrested the defendant on October 12, 1985. The rental car was recovered.
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