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US Law, enthusiasm, and sex

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- Mon, 12 Oct 2020 18:54:33 EST 987QG3rc No.46704
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Two 18 year olds, one man and the other woman, agree to have sex in the privacy of the male's apartment. Both individuals are at the highest end of the enthusiasm spectrum. A neighbor overhears the enthusiastic couple having sex. The police are called, the enthusiastic man is arrested and charged with rape. The cops and neighbor argue that the enthusiastic girl in question does not have the intellectual capacity to consent to sex. The enthusiastic girl, tears streaming down her face, protests this declaration by the police and neighbor with the upmost vigor.

the court case goes to the current 2020 Supreme Court of the United States. What does the court rule? Did the enthusiastic man in question commit the crime of rape?
[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 11:19:12 EST CRMpFElT No.46705 Reply
Probably not. If they're both disabled to the same level, and the woman is disabled to the point that she can't consent, then the man would also not have the capacity to understand what he's doing is wrong and be ineligible to stand trial or be charged. The neighbours opinion has no standing at all, except for maybe making noise complaints, but that's a different issue. This is just from an Australian perspective as well, but I'm sure America has similar procedures regarding the handling of those with a diminished intellectual capacity.
John Weshbatch - Sat, 17 Oct 2020 23:31:48 EST gcr1U/2q No.46706 Reply
Unless this happened on federal or tribal land, the only way that the Supreme Court could get involved is on appeal of something, probably some kind of constitutional violation.

It is not unheard of for people who cannot consent to sex to be charged with rape. Statutory rape specifically is often a strict liability offense where diminished capacity is not a valid defense. I don't know how things work in Australia, but in the US prosecutors have a lot of discretion about whether to bring charges. Realistically, the whims of these prosecutors are often the only thing preventing legal travesty.
[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 12:42:49 EST CRMpFElT No.46707 Reply
Oh wow, didn't know you had stuff like that. Ours isn't so much a defense with diminished capacity, although it can be later, but it's more that it would be unfair to even conduct a trial where a person cannot understand what's going on. If I remember correctly, when the original plea occurs, you can put in the application for diminished capacity, and then there's sorta a pre-trial trial thing that gets decided within a year.

I think with our statutory rape, diminished capacity can be used as a defence, in that you have to have been aware they were in a condition where they couldn't consent like underage or mental disability, Which in this case, would seem open and shut if she's that disabled that anybody could tell, but the question isn't if an average person can tell, it's if the disabled person was aware she couldn't consent, which I think would be unlikely if he's as disabled as her.

It's an interesting situation for sure though.

How do I run and get my license back

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- Wed, 07 Oct 2020 10:12:45 EST E7cvS0Pg No.46702
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I got a lifelong probation sentence. I just want to go on the run and get my license back. If I wait for the suspension to be over can I get it back while running away
Edwin Goddledere - Sat, 10 Oct 2020 08:19:38 EST mUXVAKXw No.46703 Reply
Well how long are you actually on probation for?

How to avoid car insurance

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- Sat, 12 Sep 2020 00:30:09 EST eY0yM6Nj No.46694
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I live in Ohio.
While my electric rideables currently fulfill my transportation needs more than adequately, I seem to need a car to fuck gold digging hoes. I have enough money for a nice used car, but I want to avoid an insurance policy.
I could get a surety bond, but that requires a deposit of more than zero dollars. How feasible would it be to register a car in another state that doesn't require insurance? I could go on vacation for a while to become a "resident" if need be.
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Hugh Goodgold - Sun, 20 Sep 2020 23:56:44 EST sHvY59IB No.46699 Reply
Hey are you that guy who posted here like eight years ago looking for advice on a stupid scheme for avoiding income taxes?
Cornelius Sonnerfit - Mon, 21 Sep 2020 17:59:16 EST eY0yM6Nj No.46700 Reply
No, I like contributing to society even if I disagree with how my tax dollars are spent.
Hugh Fommerfetch - Tue, 22 Sep 2020 22:28:25 EST sHvY59IB No.46701 Reply
Do you realize that mandatory insurance is legally and morally a tax on drivers?

llc hedge fund

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- Sun, 13 Sep 2020 16:32:11 EST SOR3BRRG No.46695
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I'm thinking of starting an LLC for a hedge fund
Can someone explain to me how LLCs operate?
Will my investors need to be members?
Who should be the designator, or organizers?


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- Tue, 17 Oct 2017 19:54:15 EST t/5niU+5 No.45946
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So here's how it is...

I got caught breaking into some cars and in my state, NV, that is a burglary and a felony. So the official charges break down to 4 burglary felonies, 2 damage to property misdemeanors, and one unlawful possession of a debit card gross misdemeanor.

Now I can't in any way afford a high powered attorney and my public defender isn't too enthusiastic about fighting my case.

The current offer is plea no contest to one felony and the gross misdemeanor and the DA won't oppose diversion court and Ill pay restitution and do probation but have a felony on my record.

The original plea offer was plea no contest to one felony and pay restitution and do probation with no mention of diversion court.

One lawyer I spoke to said I have a good case to just argue for diversion court after taking the original plea offer and that sounds good to me cuz I want to keep my record clean in the long run but my appointed attorney said once a new deal is on the table the old one is now unavailable.

Does anyone know anything about this? What do you guys think I should do?
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Phyllis Clunderchidge - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 23:24:33 EST pIPKtC0X No.46515 Reply

i am a druggie degenerate but not a thief. there is a difference between 'lel butthurt' and having some sort of principles
Dextrolord - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 15:10:35 EST vqPJ2tGS No.46516 Reply
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meh I was high and read it like you guys were ignoring that I did do my time and keep atoning for the crime after I got released. And I was fucking baked and took it personal haha.

Turns out I was the one overcome with feelings of butthurt my sincerest apologies. I am not quite as high now and find this all funny. Maybe later tonight I'll do a bunch of drugs and think differently, only time will tell.
Fuck Clendlewill - Sat, 05 Sep 2020 19:53:37 EST 8DqV/gZG No.46693 Reply
This was a very interesting read, thank you OP, best of luck to you

Legal Scenerio

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- Mon, 01 Jun 2020 21:35:24 EST QWxUGSHZ No.46627
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Here is a scenerio:

>14 year old girl tells 20 year old man she wants to kill herself online
>20 year old man brushes it off thinking its just teen angst
>14 year old girl actually kills herself
>police recover her account post death, find that she was talking with this person
>On top of the suicide, often make sexual jokes about "dating" and "fucking" although its all purely joking, and the relationship is platonic
>In the account includes his full name, picture of himself, and state within the US he resides in (not the town or adress)
Should the 20 year old man be worried at all, could he be arrested for anything?
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Cornelius Dushstore - Thu, 30 Jul 2020 04:41:31 EST SPLxxjsG No.46666 Reply
this 20 year might deserve to get in trouble of the sexual jokes made to a child. joking or not its inappropriate . 20 year old men should not be talking to 14 year old girls about sex and dating
[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Thu, 30 Jul 2020 06:42:19 EST 9USm8rWw No.46670 Reply
While I agree it's stupid and inappropriate at best, inappropriate does not always mean illegal. The person also didn't give the state as well, so it'll be difficult to give a proper answer.

In my state, we have a specific "grooming" crime this would fall under, but that was only made a crime in 2014, so it might not be where the OP lives. Also to be charged with it, it has to be proven that he surely was talking to her to lead to sex eventually. Obviously, talking about fucking her is a big red flag that this was the intention, so it's basically up to whether OP can convince a jury that he was talking to this 14 year old about fucking her, with no intent of fucking her at all, which would be pretty difficult.

Funny fact about our grooming law as well, is that it only counts if it end result (fucking someone under 16, taking sexual videos, etc...) is an indictable offence. You could talk to a 14 yeah old and basically groom them for the sole purpose of looking up their skirt, and it wouldn't be grooming, because that's only a summary offence.
:lime: - Thu, 27 Aug 2020 20:43:27 EST +uGtlkEy No.46692 Reply
your friend has nothing to worry about, cops are not at all about following up on leads like that.

Is this public defender giving my aunt false hope?

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- Sat, 15 Aug 2020 09:12:30 EST e4p1743r No.46686
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Hi all. My aunt has been with an abusive boyfriend for almost a decade now. This lifestyle and relationship is normal for her. But a month ago her boyfriend got into a heated argument with her pregnant daughter, grabbed a pistol (he is a convicted felon btw) and went outside and shot the gun into the ground 4 times. I'm assuming it was out of anger and to take control of the situation by force and fear.

Well what happened was several neighbors called the police reporting that shots were fired and when the cops showed up my aunt's daughter actually told the cops that he did it and they arrested him. Even though he did not have the gun on him when he was arrested her being an eyewitness was enough to get him arrested for possession of a gun by a convicted felon.

Well he plead not guilty and went to court and his public defender wanted to get him on house arrest so he could get out of jail until his case was over but the judge said absolutely not and instead sat another court hearing for next week for a "revocation hearing". The judge also said that if his probation is revoked he will have to serve both sentences consecutively, meaning he will have to serve the rest of his probation time in jail then if he is found guilty also serve the gun possession charge sentence right after.

However he has been calling my aunt saying that his public defender said if he is not indicted on this gun charge then he will get out of jail and it will all be over with however bases upon the judge not allowing him out of jail and then having a "revocation hearing" it sounds as if this judge has made up his mind on the situation and will be sentencing him next week.

Is this public defender just giving my aunt's boyfriend false hope? Based upon the details I have given does it sound like he is screwed? I live 300+ miles away so the information I receive is second-hand information and I come to you all to hopefully make some sense of it.

My family wants him in jail but my aunt needs him to help pay bills without him she is struggling to keep the house hold above water. I am trying to help her as well and need to be prepared to help her long-term if her boyfriend is likely going to go away for awhile. Based upon what I know it sounds like he is but I would like to hear others who are more familiar with the law give insight.

Thank you!
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[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Sat, 15 Aug 2020 14:19:57 EST 7XE+vugq No.46689 Reply
It might help if you gave the state/country that the he's being charged in, otherwise it'll probably just be general information.

Some probation orders have certain requirements, but this one looks like it's just "breaking the law" that he's broken. So yeah, if he is found not guilty of this crime crime with whatever the gun was, then it is possible that he could get off free.

Depending on where you are though, the burden of proof for a revocation hearing can differ from a normal criminal case. In a criminal case, you usually need to have been proven to have done the crime beyond reasonable doubt (99.9% sure). In certain areas though, the revocation case only has to be more likely than not (51% sure you did it), which seems pretty likely considering there are witnesses. In this case, it's entirely possible to not be found guilty of committing whatever the gun crime was because of the higher standard required, but he could still be found breaking his parole, and would have to serve whatever the probation was.

Depending on the jurisdiction, it sounds to me like the guy asked his defender "is there a chance I don't go to jail" and the defender answered with yes and gave the situation I said above, and the guy has now taken that as a likely situation. Based on the limited info though, I'd say having a witness, as well as the neighbours call, was enough evidence to satisfy the 51% to break probation. With whatever the criminal charge is, I'd imagine they'd need the actual gun and fingerprint it or something to prove possession beyond reasonable doubt.
Rebecca Chublingdock - Tue, 18 Aug 2020 03:11:10 EST 53hpeirC No.46691 Reply
The probation officer he/she has will show up in court for the revocation hearing stating why the probation should be revoked. If he simply missed a supervised probation meeting, that is enough.

There are basically witnesses to hearing shots, and statements The Probation simply has to show
some infraction. He may drag this on. But the revocation is different matter. It is asy to revoke probation, or reinstate it for that matter.

So the DA, may have a case to revoke his probation. If anybody has the gun, do show it to police, the cops should have somehow located it to begin with.

It's not cool depending on somebody who is at least this abusive. She needs to
deny conversations with him. Or if applicable, record conversations via, jail, by
getting his-self to say what happened. Jails do record phone calls.

induced psychosis

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- Wed, 22 Jul 2020 18:42:34 EST gSvjobHh No.46658
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if someone has a pychotic episode as a teen do to being over medicated on adderall and other psych meds can they get disability if the psychotic episode caused damage to themselves that resulted in minor disfigurement
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Hamilton Subblefield - Sun, 26 Jul 2020 16:53:53 EST KKoPZMjs No.46665 Reply
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does ssDi apply to minor disfigurment ?
Caroline Pickway - Sat, 01 Aug 2020 19:52:52 EST nHBmR+cR No.46672 Reply
I am not an attorney, but if something interferes with your daily life, possibly you can have a case. Depending on what you seek to accomplish.
Rebecca Chublingdock - Tue, 18 Aug 2020 02:10:21 EST 53hpeirC No.46690 Reply
If one was incapable to seek legal representation, due to mental imparment, if you will, one may be able to toll the statute of limitations. The statute of limitations is where one has a timeline to sue in a legal suit damages. It is a difficult path, one has to show why they were unable to seek legal representation. One could seek "damages' due to neglect, incompetence,
pattern and practice. In civil, state, federal courts; personal injury due to
Some of these. Seek a personal injury attorney that specializes in this field.

The institution, one may google if the hospital have had issues. One may have a better chance to prevail in a case if the institution/hospital have had multiple complaints about staff, working in an atmosphere where adverse conditions have been noted.

As a teen, one may stand a better chance to toll lilitations as an adult.

Yea, only way is to seek competent legal representation. Have documents ready, if possible
seek documents. The hospitals, Drs. should readily be able to provide these at little or no cost, to provide to attorneys. Some attorneys are not working for ones best interests.

Tread lightly, but be firm and organized. Use encryption if one can.

Liberate this man please

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- Sun, 03 May 2020 06:32:37 EST aY9nZj+a No.46625
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Write to this gentleman or send him books from Amazon.

Hays State Prison
777 Underwood Road
P.O. Box 668
Trion, GA 30753


I got a email back from regarding

post-conviction assistance. Please provide the name of the inmate, the State where they are located and a phone number and name of the person who would be paying the retainer. We are not a pro bono organization. Thank you.

What should we do to free Chris?

A Newton County man, who is a prisoner at Hays State Prison in Trion, and his wife have filed motions for new trials, according to a report from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Both Christopher Michael McNabb and Cortney Marie Bell were convicted of killing their baby Caliyah in May 2019. The two contend that there is no evidence they killed their child. In his motion filed Monday, McNabb says prosecutors were unable to prove he killed baby Caliyah and that his prior attorney was ineffective during the trial.

In her motion for a new trial, filed in late January, Bell also says prosecutors did not prove she was responsible for Caliyah’s death.
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Beatrice Cronderfuck - Wed, 01 Jul 2020 12:34:43 EST kdwltWA8 No.46647 Reply
if you free chris mcnabb i wont make a video of don & god (cough) killing bombers ( cough cough)

Need help hitting the lottery

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- Thu, 13 Aug 2020 03:43:59 EST gZMk95IT No.46683
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Hey /law/
Don't really know where to ask this
But I stumbled upon about 4$ million in stock certificates
They have the transfer form on back.
How do I go about cashing in on this?
Are there black market banks willing to do this?
Any advice would be appreciated, and if come thru on a milli or two I'll toss some bitcoins around. You have my word, anon.
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Nigel Drennerman - Thu, 13 Aug 2020 15:23:01 EST gZMk95IT No.46684 Reply
>>46683 bump
User is currently banned from all boards

Friend busted

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- Fri, 22 Nov 2019 17:08:14 EST iz/jHET8 No.46547
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My friend needs advice. She bought ecstasy from an international vendor online, was visited by a customs officer, and admitted to having made the purchase under pressure. The authorities are currently obtaining a warrant to search her room.

What are the right steps for her to face minimum penalty? How extensively will the authorities be investigating her? She lives in Florida if that helps. Any advice greatly appreciated
Alice Sangerdale - Wed, 25 Dec 2019 11:27:57 EST puggTd3w No.46584 Reply
How did that go?

No florida does not help. <joke But, they know nothing, unless you say it's ok.
David Hosslegold - Sun, 02 Aug 2020 09:24:39 EST GPadwEXB No.46673 Reply
i don't know the laws for buying drugs across borders and having them delievered using mail services

but this really should be a simple possession charge.. depending on the amount of drugs purchased

hopefully that is all it amounts to

she shoulda said she was being set up but i'm sure there were paper trails

Can a state school require you to film your own home?

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- Wed, 29 May 2019 16:58:22 EST HKXisE6P No.46399
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Hey /law/, hoping I don't need to do anything with this info but I do need some help

I'm taking an online course this summer that uses the lockdown exam browser (https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=XuX8WoeAycs)

Part of it says that an instructore might require you to use a webcam.

My question is, there's no way a state funded school (U.S., Virginia) can require me to film footage of my residence right? This is a state school with a campus, they have to let me test there right? If they try to tell me "No you have to test from your home with a camera on" how would I even challenge that? What kind of lawyer would I need?

Thank you
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Lydia Dartwell - Mon, 22 Jul 2019 01:08:13 EST sWjOdEuv No.46435 Reply
If you like the idea of home schooling, then by all means do so. They aren't asking
you to film your house. Just make it so you and your webcam are conversing.

Surely the instructor would like yo converse with their students. There is online psychiatry that needs the client to actually appear in real time. The school must be approved and likely licensed to use remote teaching.
Jack Herryhork - Thu, 30 Jul 2020 20:40:03 EST SPLxxjsG No.46671 Reply
if its proctoru or honorlock ya its to make sure you dont have answers posted behind your computer


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- Sun, 28 Jul 2019 15:58:09 EST KA3ySLP+ No.46441
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Some police officer actually forgot to tell me and forgot to tell everyone else that if you combine psychedelics (lsd, shooms, ...) with cannabis in high doses alone then it's actually not the same activity as drug use but belongs to a term considered shamanism and that HUMANITY WOULD NOT HAVE SURVIVED if people do not use this shamanism so they will not become a shithead and start a fight because they are bastards that also are assholes instead of being kind normal people that come along with eachother.
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Rebecca Clottingsot - Tue, 17 Sep 2019 06:12:38 EST gpSToKAT No.46478 Reply
Following the shamanic path with psychedelic drugs so far has led me to Luciferianism. I'd love to talk about it

Okay so hear me out

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- Sun, 26 Jan 2020 15:38:20 EST c3gt6ezc No.46597
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I. Improper use of a motor-vehicle is legally considered to be misuse of a deadly weapon. Provided.

Ii. People revving their engines at pedestrians are essentially threatening them with a lethal weapon.

IiI. It is hereby legal to shoot and kill a driver revving their engine at you with a firearm in self-defense.

Any questions?
Ian Dranningshit - Mon, 17 Feb 2020 15:27:51 EST fG3UefMK No.46608 Reply
are you possibly retarded for your job and the people around you

any questions
Cornelius Dushstore - Thu, 30 Jul 2020 05:01:55 EST SPLxxjsG No.46667 Reply
dont shoot people for revving engines. also when you kill someone with a car its vehicular manslaughter not murder iwth a deadly weapon
cars were not designed to kill people quite the opposite

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