This case involved a shrimp trawler who was charged with failing to maintain a distance of at least one-half nautical mile between his vessel, including any mobile gear attached thereto, and any previously set fishing gear. Based upon circumstantial type evidence, the court was prepared to find that the fisher had failed to keep his shrimp trawl at lease one …Full Summary
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