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  • Odiferous

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    Saw this sign at the movie theater by IH410 and Ingram (San Antonio).

    One thing that I saw was that it is missing the comma in what should read : "...SECTION 30.06, PENAL CODE..."

    The law says that the verbiage must be identical...and a missing comma makes it invalid...right?

    Anything else wrong with it?

    I forgot to measure the letters.

    Thanks,

    Mike
     

    F350-6

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    I don't think you'll beat the ride on that one. Are there no other acceptable movie theaters around?
     

    Big Dipper

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    Saw this sign at the movie theater by IH410 and Ingram (San Antonio).

    One thing that I saw was that it is missing the comma in what should read : "...SECTION 30.06, PENAL CODE..."

    The law says that the verbiage must be identical...and a missing comma makes it invalid...right?

    Anything else wrong with it?

    I forgot to measure the letters.

    Thanks,

    Mike

    I think you would be hard pressed to prove that "punctuation" and "verbiage" are synonyms. Nor that the missing punctuation (comma) in any way alters the meaning of the required vs. printed text.

    Unlike "Don't! Stop!" vs. "Don't stop!"
     
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