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|05-02-2013 05:20 AM|
|04-30-2013 10:56 AM|
Well, there were a couple little things here and there. For example he claimed they called his mother. I think that was a misleading claim. He also IMO implied that Verizon might not have been authorized to bill his phone. Apparently Verizon was authorized. In general it is ill-advised to judge a case based on one side of the story. That is all.
Other than.....just like the other poster said....anonymity helped the OP too.
|04-30-2013 10:50 AM|
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|04-30-2013 10:25 AM|
|04-30-2013 09:53 AM|
Just because you didn't have to "pay the piper" this time around, doesn't mean your time won't come. But hopefully you've learned that some things matter more than others and material possessions are way down the list.
Best of luck OP.
|04-30-2013 08:59 AM|
ETA: Did a quick google search, apparently the "gays" portion of the phrase "God, Guns, and Gays" is anti-gay. How is someone supposed to know that? Especially when contrasted to God, Guns, and Guts?
|04-30-2013 08:57 AM|
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|04-29-2013 10:24 PM|
|04-29-2013 09:59 PM|
|04-29-2013 09:48 PM|
Gee, no comment about the ethical nature of the police using lies & deceit to get confessions from suspects? Why am I so not surprised that one would intentionally refrain from addressing that particular issue?
|04-29-2013 09:45 PM|
I'll grant you this: IMO, lying occurs more on the defense side. However, the prosecution plays games as well.
Years ago, I watched a short trial of two guys who were charged with possession of marijuana. The judge was a bit cranky to say the least. I noticed as one of the cops was being questioned "he repeatedly said excuse me (as if he was hard of hearing) when the defense lawyer asked him tough questions. I could clearly hear the defense lawyer's questions and it was obvious the cop was stalling for time while he thought up a response. I thought the defense lawyer should have asked him if he had a problem with his hearing. Lying, no. But questionable tactics by the police officer IMO. Charges were dropped because the prosecution did not prove what marijuana smells like.
At the end of the proceeding, the defense lawyer dressed down the judge about some technicality. IMO, the judge was clearly annoyed with the outcome of the case. After a bit of back & forth the defense attorney stated "I'm asking you as an officer of the court." That put an end to the antics of the judge.
|04-29-2013 08:52 PM|
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