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Do all states have like some sort of jail place thing?

A:  You mean a corrections department? Yes - that''s where they send you when you become "state property". Yes numerous ones. Thats where the criminals go if it is not a federal offense. Every State has a Prison. Most all Counties and Parishes have a jail. Prison''s for the most part only hold convected prisoners. Jails on the other hand hold those just arrested and waiting trail that can''t bond out or be released on their own recognizance (OR). Jails also hold prisoners that that have been convected for minor crimes and only have to serve less than a year sentience at times. Every state has many jail place thingys Yes and all citys have a Jail too....

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Will 205/55R16 Tires Fit On My Rim Which Currently have 215/55R16's?

A:  Yes........... yeah. yes. the new tires will be 10 milimeters narrower and be slightly shorter which will set the car slightly lower than the original yes 205(or 215) is your tire''s width in mm. 55 is the ratio of the height of the tyre sidewall. and 16 is the diameter in inches of the rim. so, if you use the 205 instead of 215 you will have a narrower tire(then also height wil be changed) then your wheel''s current radius is 321.45mm then it will change to 315.95mm. it means (-34.56mm or -1.71%) change in diameter. So, if your speed tachometer shows 70mph, your actually speed is 68.8 mph. It''s all I know....

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Maximum state emergency proclaimed in which state of india?

A:  I think that the question could use a bit more detail and clarification. I think that all states in India have experienced their challenges with state imposed emergencies or some experience with the military having to restore law and order. The disputed region of Jammu and Kashmir have been areas of such intense fighting that the declaration of emergencies and the presence of the military in trying, sometimes very unsuccessfully, to maintain law and order are rather common. It is an area where political instability is personified, and the calls for emergency declaration is almost daily. The challenges with Maoists in the Eastern part of the nation is also an area where emergency declarations are common. At the...

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Which states do not recognize palimony agreements?

A:  Georgia, and Tennessee, the three states that have expressly refused to recognize palimony agreements....

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What states have adopted The Uniform Probate Code (UPC)?

A:  The UPC, which has been amended numerous times, has been adopted in its entirety by sixteen states: Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Carolina, South Dakota, and Utah....

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How many states have living-will statutes that make a properly executed living will legally binding?

A:  Forty-two states and the District of Columbia have living-will statutes that make a properly executed living will legally binding ......

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Do All states Have Bail Bondsmen?

A:  Most states do have bail bondsmen. Illinois and Kentucky and Wisconsin are strictly 10% deposit (pay 10% to the court or jail). Most states do have bail bondsmen. Illinois and Kentucky are strictly 10% deposit (pay 10% to the court or jail)....

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Which states are hiring more?

A:  The state with the lowest unemployment rate which is North Dakota. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_U.S...

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In which states are crossbows legal?

A:  Crossbows are legal in most states. However, most states have specific laws specifying who can use crossbows, and many states prohibit crossbows at certain times of the year. The only state where the use of crossbows is always illegal is Oregon.References:HuntersFriend: Crossbow Hunting regulations...

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How many states allow abortions?

A:  All 50 states must allow abortions because they are legal since the 1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision. Some states put restrictions on abortions, and some states have ''trigger'' laws in place that would ban abortion if Roe v. Wade were ever overturned. Some states also have laws that would ensure abortion rights continue if Roe v. Wade were overturned.Source:USA Today: ''Roe v. Wade'' - The Divided states of America...