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Failure to respond to jury stuff by Doris Pubberbanks - Mon, 11 Jan 2016 14:13:32 EST ID:1Ni7R3Vv No.45032 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I recently found out about a bunch of letters from the county courts regarding jury service. They were sent months ago.

The final letter makes it sound like they were pretty upset that I hadn't responded, and they seemed to be demanding my presence at the threat of a fine or jailtime.

Now, this was sent months ago and I'm currently attempting to contact the office and explain the situation and that I honestly hadn't seen these until it was far too late because I had been at a different address when they were sent.

I'm a white man with no criminal record and this is happening in NY state. What do you all think the odds are that they get really shitty with me and actually try to fine me or put me in jail for x number of days, even though I could prove that I was at a different address when they had been mailed?
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Betsy Blasslehood - Sun, 17 Jan 2016 20:50:51 EST ID:pAKLzmn9 No.45054 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Just do it and say you have a bias.
Nigger Trotman - Mon, 18 Jan 2016 17:24:11 EST ID:JgrhRLWY No.45061 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>just tell them you have a bias

Getting struck on purpose is a lot more challenging than people think it is. Lawyers are smarter than you, there's nothing you can say that's going to get you struck if a party wants you on the jury.
Angus Crendlestore - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 12:58:29 EST ID:8Irkql7o No.45074 Ignore Report Quick Reply
my friend once totally forgot to go to jury duty in florida. turns out, the courthouse totally forgot that she totally forgot to show up to jury duty. they never said anything. i don't think it's that big of a deal.
Phineas Drinningdale - Fri, 22 Jan 2016 13:41:25 EST ID:XKg4trwy No.45082 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Based on my research, a surefire way is to ask the judge about jury nullification.

The judge will give a talk to jurors explaining their obligation to find a verdict based on the law, even if they disagree with the law. Then you bring it up and ask about the fact that a jury can in fact find differently if they disagree with the relevant law, and how that jives with the notion that you as a juror have to find according to the law, regardless of your feelings on it.

The judge will probably be like "Hm, that's very interesting." and then let you go.
Oliver Dussleford - Fri, 22 Jan 2016 15:41:21 EST ID:uLJPOHRz No.45083 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>The judge will probably be like "Hm, that's very interesting." and then let you go.

Or the ADA swears out a felony obstruction warrant.

I will grant you that is rare, but it does happen. People are getting really sick of trying cases twice, so they are cracking down on this.

BA/Constitutional law by Henry Sunkinpudge - Fri, 08 Jan 2016 11:21:25 EST ID:Sa6sQJQx No.44994 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Would a degree in constitutional law be worth it? What kind of jobs could I get?
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Eugene Pipperlotch - Tue, 12 Jan 2016 17:21:35 EST ID:h2/ickQz No.45043 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They could probably go into legal research but honestly paralegal certificate is still probably a better option for this as most officers are going to want one to have the cert.
Emma Grandfield - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 03:53:31 EST ID:+8mRkMeZ No.45070 Ignore Report Quick Reply
just bite the bullet and become a lawyer, dude

then u make tha moneyz and u get tha bitchez
Barnaby Drunkinwell - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 07:44:05 EST ID:JgrhRLWY No.45071 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>hen u make tha moneyz and u get tha bitchez

In this economy?
Angus Crendlestore - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 12:50:17 EST ID:8Irkql7o No.45073 Ignore Report Quick Reply
your school counselor or school list of majors should be able to tell you the job position titles that are associated with major degrees
Faggy Fuckingshit - Thu, 11 Feb 2016 02:16:14 EST ID:tJcLzVQ3 No.45115 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I suppose this shitty degree could help prepare you to be a police officer but I think "Criminal Justice" degrees are more common for that. nb month-later afterthought

Court tomorrow by Ian Greenfoot - Mon, 18 Jan 2016 01:09:40 EST ID:8p9XM8za No.45056 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I posted here awhile ago about how I punched a hole in my moms wall and the cops saw it because of something else and they arrested me and the cop told me my mom didn't have to press charges it was a necessary arrest and they found a bag of shake in my room and took it as weed. My mom and I made up and she sent a letter and called the da to have the charges dropped. I'm supposed to talk to an attorney but I had to cancel because my dad needed the car and I couldn't make it.

I have court tomorrow. I haven't heard from the da, and my lawyer said they'd call me back on my dads phone and they never did. Should I assume the charge was dropped and I just have the weed charge now? Do I still need to talk to my attorney?
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Nathaniel Gurringwell - Tue, 19 Jan 2016 13:19:45 EST ID:ga+e2ZgV No.45064 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I already got the public defender but I haven't had the chance to talk to them are they going to refuse to represent me for fucking up? Will the judge be pissed I haven't talked to them?
Shit Picklebury - Tue, 19 Jan 2016 17:02:02 EST ID:Kd+sUt8p No.45065 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They can't refuse to represent you...
Charles Neddlecocke - Tue, 19 Jan 2016 19:35:08 EST ID:C3CJNrf4 No.45066 Ignore Report Quick Reply
How about the state. You got a weed charge as well. Pa does not treat weed the same way as NY does.

And I can't really help you if you aren't being honest.
Charles Neddlecocke - Tue, 19 Jan 2016 19:35:08 EST ID:C3CJNrf4 No.45067 Ignore Report Quick Reply
How about the state. You got a weed charge as well. Pa does not treat weed the same way as NY does.

And I can't really help you if you aren't being honest.
Fanny Pucklefuck - Wed, 20 Jan 2016 01:29:53 EST ID:Ix+RgLH+ No.45068 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>What else should I mention?
im home now so ill actualy go through your post step by step

>I want to keep some stuff private for personal reasons
this right here will prevent us from knowing the full scope of the issue and our advice will not be as good. anon image board is anon. if you are embarassed so fucking what.

>I haven't even got the chance to talk to one yet my dad made me cancel because he had work and we live in a rural area there's no can or bus or anything
you are facing at least one misdomeaner charge. do not fuck around with the dude who is representing you. if you dont care he doesnt care. did you contact friends and family looking for a ride? do not fuck around with this. this is serious.

back to op
>I punched a hole in my moms wall and the cops saw it because of something else
what is this something else? why did you punch a hole in the wall. were these done at the same time or infront of the cop?
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I Want To Get Lost by Emma Wallerserk - Fri, 01 Jan 2016 16:28:54 EST ID:yIrlJYPg No.44920 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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If anyone would have decent advice the legal scholars here would. So basically I have to stick around for 3 years and some change due to legal troubles. However afterwards I was wondering how to get lost off you know start over with a new identity using loopholes in the law and legal grey areas if there any. I want to do this in a few years. Back in the day Totse had a guide about this, but its outdated.
Its alot harder now a days to get lost since thumb prints are in the DMV database and other technology.

I dont want to go off the grid or start over to do more shady illegal shit, but I want a fresh start something clean and legal even if its a fluke.
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Fanny Brookham - Thu, 07 Jan 2016 19:26:58 EST ID:EDDj9ssv No.44992 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Im going to say its possible.
Lydia Buzzforth - Thu, 07 Jan 2016 19:38:21 EST ID:uLJPOHRz No.44993 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sure, if you don't work a real job, don't have a drivers license, don't have a real place to live, etc. Sounds awesome.
Eugene Bruffingman - Fri, 08 Jan 2016 12:46:00 EST ID:1GxMrzFe No.44995 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There was some fugitive one one of those shows who had an acrive warrant and was a fugitive. And had all of those things, and this was post NCIC and fingerprinting at the DMV.

Im planning on doing this well after I am out of trouble.Not during.
Jack Worringhall - Mon, 11 Jan 2016 17:00:40 EST ID:m02Hi6uQ No.45033 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There's nothing illegal about disappearing.
Phineas Buzzgold - Thu, 14 Jan 2016 19:54:04 EST ID:EDDj9ssv No.45049 Ignore Report Quick Reply

But the new identity part is where I'm looking for the grey area.

I meant to post this here. by Nicholas Goodstock - Mon, 04 Jan 2016 16:35:53 EST ID:gREDjzoI No.44926 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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But I posted it there.

Long story short, What can you do if you're life has been threatened , say for example by a person you don't know, and the threats against your life and a person saying they're going to make you wish you were dead and to make you suffer, isn't taken seriously.

What can you do, if authority figures aren't taking your situation serious and it's affecting you. Who can you talk to about it?
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Fanny Clanderferk - Sun, 10 Jan 2016 03:26:28 EST ID:gREDjzoI No.45026 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Here, read this one then.

Thanks for the help. Peace
Fanny Clanderferk - Sun, 10 Jan 2016 03:28:23 EST ID:gREDjzoI No.45027 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Edward Dussletid - Sun, 10 Jan 2016 23:05:47 EST ID:i6M5WtQn No.45029 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Are you the guy from /nra/ who made the "there's someone putting spy cameras in dead bugs in my house" thread? Because you sure write a lot like him....

smoke less, sober up
Alice Hondleway - Mon, 11 Jan 2016 03:22:45 EST ID:gREDjzoI No.45030 Ignore Report Quick Reply

No. I am not.

Can medical marijuana hurt my job prospects? by Jarvis Blythefoot - Fri, 08 Jan 2016 16:09:18 EST ID:kjtDEcq+ No.45011 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I am currently going to college to become a pharmacist. I have mild scoliosis (38 degree curve in my spine), and have back pain constantly. I have an appointment at a medical marijuana clinic tomorrow to see a doctor and get my card, but I'm starting to get worried that receiving my card will make it impossible to get a job in the pharmacy field. I know that medical records are private, but the marijuana law could change in the next couple years in my home state of Michigan. Obviously if I fail an employment drug test that would be grounds for termination, but would a medical card show up on a background check and hurt my chances of getting hired?
Lydia Buzzforth - Fri, 08 Jan 2016 16:32:55 EST ID:uLJPOHRz No.45012 Ignore Report Quick Reply
All i can tell you is what michigan law is, not what happens there in practice as I don't live there. Under MCL 333.121 no one can disclose your participation in the medical marijuana program.

But I would be extremely wary as a pharmacist. First you're going to have to piss and there's no law to protect you from being fired after you pop hot. Also I don't know if to be a pharmacist there is a fitness application that requires you to disclose your participation (similar to what we do to be attorneys), but there is you would have to disclose it and that law likely wouldn't protect you here either.

I personally know two aspirant pharmacists who won't ever practice because of drug problems unfortunately, one for MJ and the other for opiates, so I understand it sucks.

none of you are lawyers face it by A Wizard - Thu, 07 Jan 2016 00:16:41 EST ID:ORTlGTgk No.44983 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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you're all the Charile Kellys of the world
>hur dur I know law

Don't listen to any one ever
Nigger Bunridge - Thu, 07 Jan 2016 10:47:18 EST ID:uLJPOHRz No.44986 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Third year law student. Not a lawyer, but certainly a step up from charlie.

studying law by Hugh Garringdock - Wed, 09 Dec 2015 20:40:36 EST ID:YLjaZSmH No.44885 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does /law/ have any actual lawyers or law students? I'm a history teacher who is considering a career change. And one option I'm weighing is going to law school. I'm not really sure what area I want to specialize in, though I know I don't want to do criminal law.

So is it worth it to go to law school? What's the best field to study not just for money but reliable employment? I'm just now starting to research it, since I'm far away from actually having to make a decision.
Lillian Duckfuck - Thu, 10 Dec 2015 01:31:08 EST ID:Kd+sUt8p No.44886 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's a super-saturated field. My understanding of it is unless you go to a top tier school and get amazing grades, you can pretty much forget about getting a job that pays much of anything. If you're super passionate about law by all means go for it, but if you're just considering it on a whim, it's probably not a great idea.

Someone else who's actually in the field can feel free to correct my understanding, though.
Jenny Wodgewod - Thu, 10 Dec 2015 14:49:33 EST ID:JgrhRLWY No.44887 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm a 3L at a decent regional school.

Law school is not for everyone, and the market market is bad (not as bad as everyone makes it out to be, but pretty bad). I have a top 20% GPA and have a decent job waiting on my after graduation, but if I was in the bottom half of the class (and remember you're just as likely to be in the bottom half as not) I doubt that would be the life I'm living.

Since this is your second career you need to think about your age. I'm in my late 20s and it's pretty tough to keep up with school already, and my age is already a liability to employers. If I was over 30 there's no way I would have gone.

As far as specializing, that's not a thing in law school. Everyone graduates with the same JD regardless if they end up doing shitlaw or biglaw or anywhere in between. I'm going into commerical litigation, but thought I was doing admin law my first two years. So my classes are all over the place, i've taken advanced criminal law classes and advanced business law classes with no real rhyme or reason to what I've taken, and no potential employer has ever given a shit.

Law school kind of decides what you're going to end up doing. You have no idea what kind of grades you'll get and that decides what you can and cannot get into after school. So if you go to school don't worry about trying to pick anything, just see where your grades fall and get the best summer jobs you can.
Emma Goodridge - Tue, 05 Jan 2016 23:56:00 EST ID:ORTlGTgk No.44961 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Don't lie bro
James Poshstock - Wed, 06 Jan 2016 03:45:33 EST ID:LaGGd+2y No.44965 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Don't necrobump bro.
George Feblingville - Wed, 06 Jan 2016 08:11:02 EST ID:JgrhRLWY No.44966 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm curious what you think I posted that was worth lying about. Also your jealously at what consider a pretty mediocre existence actually brightened my morning a little, so thanks for that.

ITT:Post Little Known Legal Gold From Around the World by Matilda Clemmerchine - Fri, 18 Dec 2015 15:14:07 EST ID:mN2vV2+c No.44901 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Japan is a country so safe that it makes Canada look like Somalia. Its intentional homicide rate is around 0.3 per 100,000 people, far less than America’s 4.7. It has barely any terrorism. In 2013, only 12 people were shot to death, and even that paltry number was a massive increase. In 2012, the total number of shooting deaths was three. There are many complex reasons why Japan is a nonviolent society. One is that its police force is utterly terrifying.If you’re going to have a run-in with the law, pray it isn’t in Japan. Police have the right to hold you without charge for 23 days, and they’ll spend most of that time torturing you. Suspects have tables rammed into them, their feet stomped on, and threats bellowed into their ears. Sleep deprivation is common, and choosing to remain silent is taken as admission of guilt. The only way to stop this onslaught is to sign a confession, and good luck retracting it later. Courts assume that a confession is an admission of guilt and will sentence you accordingly. People frequently go down for decades for crimes they clearly didn’t commit. It’s estimated that one-tenth of all Japanese prisoners are in jail due to false confessions, and the government has no interest in reopening their cases.
Albert Blushwick - Fri, 18 Dec 2015 21:34:38 EST ID:D1I+pUuc No.44903 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Or maybe that's a bunch of bullshit and the problem there is rather like the problem everywhere: crooked cops. There, they conceal the crime. In North America, they prefer to arrest/jail/murder the easiest target.


>>Police discourage autopsies that might reveal a higher homicide rate in their jurisdiction, and pressure doctors to attribute unnatural deaths to health reasons, usually heart failure, the group alleges. Odds are, it says, that people are getting away with murder in Japan, a country that officially claims one of the lowest per capita homicide rates in the world.

>>"You can commit a perfect murder in Japan because the body is not likely to be examined," says Hiromasa Saikawa, a former member of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police security and intelligence division. He says senior police officers are "obsessed with statistics because that's how you get promotions," and strive to reduce the number of criminal cases as much as possible to keep their almost perfect solution rate.

>>But Saikawa, who says he became disillusioned by "fishy" police practices and in 1997 left the force in disgust after 30 years, claims that police try to avoid adding homicides to their caseload unless the identity of the killer is obvious.

>>"All the police care about is how they look to people; it's all PR to show that their capabilities are high," Saikawa says. "Without autopsies they can keep their percentage [of solved cases] high. It's all about numbers."
Edwin Pandermat - Sat, 19 Dec 2015 01:12:10 EST ID:ZwixIBj1 No.44904 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Now I know where to go when I decide to go on my killing spree. Thanks /law/.
Graham Doshkork - Sat, 19 Dec 2015 04:28:59 EST ID:U23++ADK No.44905 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A lot of it is political. Get a new mayor, clean up the streets, tough on crime.
Police will arrest people they know did not commit a crime and say, look,
we got the person. Cops will lie and people will know or should not the lies are their, the evidence is fabricated or embellished. Prosecution, the legal system
is in general is theatrics.
Emma Goodridge - Tue, 05 Jan 2016 23:53:48 EST ID:ORTlGTgk No.44960 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hush I'm speaking for you

"Leave my brother out of this"

love letters, packages, and jail by James Sickleforth - Sun, 27 Dec 2015 17:33:13 EST ID:P2gPmFM0 No.44912 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Alright, i don't know if this is against the rules, but i am freaking out a little and need some guidance.

Long story short, i ordered something from a darknet vendor. Left home, came back after a week, and there are two "failed to deliver" slips.

One may be from my vendor and i am currently checking that, the other one comes from my country and the city it comes from may or may not be affiliated with customs, but i have no way to tell.

Receiving one slip could have been already a red flag, but two (when i am not expecting anything else even from clearnet or friends) is sending me huge honeypot alerts.

Picking the package sounds like a no-no, especially because of the second letter. What are the possible consequences if it does end up being a trap? Should i just ignore the packages altogether? Just pick up the unknown letter? I haven't been raided or otherwise been contacted by LE in any way but i do not like this situation at all.

Anything i should do to keep my ass out of trouble? Any input at all is appreciated, really. I am very freaked out right now, so sorry if it's not my best text or has already been covered hundreds of times. Thank you.
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Walter Gubberbuck - Mon, 28 Dec 2015 13:07:33 EST ID:t8dRDXLN No.44917 Ignore Report Quick Reply
establish a pattern.
possible intent to distribute or being included in a bigger conspiracy charge depending on how they are deciding to do it.
A)Quit posting about it online
B)If this is the case your face and name are at least on file. They have a little something on almost everybody involved irl drugs over a certain amount, so I'm sure monitoring online drugs is very streamlined and at the very least your purchase was recorded. Don't do that anymore lol. They don't follow through with everything they get because the sheer volume of it all alone would make that impossible. Spit that worm and run away you crackhead bass.
I don't know how it is in your particular country, but in the land of apple ball and base pie that's how it would go.
Clara Gundlebare - Thu, 31 Dec 2015 14:31:18 EST ID:X8bYpkqd No.44918 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I thought a love letter was the nickname given to the letter sent when customs/the DEA/some other alphabet agency seized a package of contraband when it was en-route. It doesn't carry any official penalty, but it's their way of telling you that you aren't getting your shit and to not try to do so again.

What you're describing sounds more like a controlled delivery/sting operation. Which certainly do happen, but are quite uncommon from what I understand. Glad you got it all sorted out, but if I were in your former position I probably wouldn't have taken the chance.

Can you tell us how it all played out?
Emma Wallerserk - Thu, 31 Dec 2015 19:10:42 EST ID:yIrlJYPg No.44919 Ignore Report Quick Reply

If what you had sent to you is that illegal and you feel that paranoid then Id go with my gut and cut my losses.

Thats my personal opinion.
Emma Goodridge - Tue, 05 Jan 2016 23:52:56 EST ID:ORTlGTgk No.44959 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No one wants your opinion man

Is illegal
Jack Sendlewire - Wed, 06 Jan 2016 19:43:55 EST ID:1GxMrzFe No.44971 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Then why the fuck are you asking for advice, you dumb fuck.

Facing a demon from my past by Wesley Clammlestot - Sat, 12 Dec 2015 11:52:57 EST ID:j5EeZBIw No.44894 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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In 2013 I was arrested for manufacturing meth and disposal of hazardous waste. I spent 4 months in jail on 100,000 bond and four months later it was dropped to 20,000. Bonded out, went to rehab, got a job and turned it around.

I have court monday for the charges. They are dropping one, and recomennding probation on the other. My question is, I relapsed and smoked weed for a few months this year. It's still in my system. Could this potentially be really bad for me monday? Can they drug test in court? It's general sessions court, and I am in SC if that helps.
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Oliver Chumbledut - Tue, 15 Dec 2015 01:44:56 EST ID:U23++ADK No.44897 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Thought I replied to this. Anyway said if you did not somke for like 11 days you would likely be clean. That you would not be testing at court, they don't do that
that I have ever seen. But could have had to report to probation right away, where they could have tested. Could have been better off saying you smoked ?? months ago, or better not at all.

I was thinking due process, 8 months to get a bond hearing? Doesn't sound right? Let alone close to two years or more to have this resolved.

Just wondering if you set this for trial and waived that right to a speedy trial.
Generally for the good of the people spending time in jail the time on a case should be sped up.

Anyway i make a good relation with your PO. Not really a full out yes sir yes mam thing,
but a partnership, if you do your part they have their part. You may find after maybe 6 months of modified or supervised probation, you may just have to check in with a phone call once a month. Or a monthly visit.

Possibly if things are cool could be off probation in a year and case closed. POs have a heavy case load, if you succeed they succeed. Just do not acquire any criminal charges or likely 6 months in jail for violating probation. Then basically back to square one. So work
with it the best you can.
Rebecca Pigglechodge - Wed, 16 Dec 2015 00:22:55 EST ID:j5EeZBIw No.44899 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Apologize I wrote this when I was panicking. I spent 4 months in jail total. Waited for 4 months for a reduction and it was granted and I bonded out and went to inpatient rehab for 9 months.

My case was really old and the judge even joked about where I was at. I had another co defendant involved which is why it took so long. He fucked up bad and got charged with burglary 2nd and a whole bunch of other shit. They figured out who was actually doing what. I had a good public defender and alot of mitigation.

Since I told the judge I wasn't clean she also ordered me to attend 90 meetings in 90 days on top of the probation. I seriously lucked out really well.
Phoebe Billingdale - Thu, 17 Dec 2015 01:49:49 EST ID:U23++ADK No.44900 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yea, it's OK to be open with some thought of what the possible good or bad could
come out of it.

Here's a story, a friend/associate said he was joining the military, ready to go and become productive when he was facing possible a long time in jail. The judge said OK, good luck to you and you are making a good decision, case closed. No probation, jail time

A month or whatever layer he was back in jail again. The same judge, same type of charges, Judge was red in the face, YOU, No leniency was given.

well keep on keeping on.
Hedda Blammlewater - Fri, 18 Dec 2015 18:46:29 EST ID:j5EeZBIw No.44902 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Thanks for the words of advice. I am having trouble with probation now. They had to trasnfer it to the current town I live in from the city it happened in and I reported when they told me and I wasn't in the system. Contacted the right people and was told to come monday. Same day another agent called and said that I didn't report the day I actually did. Said they'd issue a warrant if I didn't come Monday.

SHe called back like 5 minutes later and was like I spoke to the others and they said they were in contact with you just come Monday.

I was like what the fuck.. first a paperwork error then a communication error. This is going to be a fun 3 years.
Emma Goodridge - Tue, 05 Jan 2016 23:51:17 EST ID:ORTlGTgk No.44958 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have to tell you that it's crazy illegal

>if you think it's legal

Your wrong, it's totally illegal

Posted this on /qq/ and they told me to come here by Hannah Ficklelare - Wed, 11 Mar 2015 00:07:26 EST ID:GnH0Bpwd No.44028 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ok...in like october or november somebody VERY close to me got raided by some DEA agents.

They found 150 grams of MDMA and $6000 cash.

However, they didn't get arrested. Instead, a few weeks later, they got letters of what was found during the search. The letter says nothing about MDMA and only claims $5000 cash was found.

Now, it gets stranger. The return address on the envelope was not from a dea office (i don't even think theres any around here) but a random address. Going to it, theres a big mural of people of all different races and colors painted on it, no sign on the building, and a camera facing toward the door along with a card reader to get in.

Now they've speculated this entire time that these aren't DEA agents but some thugs who work for the DEA or something, that stole all of their drugs and some cash and only reported $5000 of "What they believe to be drug money" back to the feds.

And now months later their mail starts getting opened and seized. They (the people taking the mail) recently seized some stuff that was legal (it was just paper) and the people who live in the house believe that its being tested for LSD or something. It isn't, it was just a letter.

So whats gonna happen to these kids? I am in no way shape or form connected to their former business
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Molly Honeywater - Thu, 12 Mar 2015 00:25:05 EST ID:Mvq84n9W No.44033 Ignore Report Quick Reply
the mdma is likely being tested and requires time to make sure its exactly what they think it is,

the 1000 bucks got pocketed, no surprise there

the 5 grand was likely seized as it was more then likely next to the drugs or the guy didnt have a resonable explination of where the money came from.

the one thats getting me and makes me think they are government related is the mail seizure.

what can you i mean he do? not a whole lot beside GET OUT OF TH GAME NOW.
Nathaniel Turveyham - Sun, 15 Mar 2015 17:27:23 EST ID:1md0pHRU No.44047 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i was recently arrested for possession of cocaine and i never even had cocaine, at all, whatsoever.

it was for residue that was caked onto a little baggy (that was completely open and ripped up, not usable whatsoever as an actual container anymore) and the cunt cop scraped the side of it and tested it and said it was cocaine. it was, in fact, at one point molly in the baggy but i never admitted to that or anything. i know that molly can be laced with anything and coke could have perhaps been a part of the molly, but i never actually had coke...so it could be tested as methamphetamine or cocaine, i guess is my contribution.
Fuck Hashcocke - Tue, 24 Mar 2015 09:19:56 EST ID:RxS+WccT No.44059 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Any chance of getting that address so I can see if Google Earth can see it?
Lillian Duckson - Sun, 03 Jan 2016 15:17:37 EST ID:0Eai6RPk No.44924 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ur bud got conspiracied.
Emma Goodridge - Tue, 05 Jan 2016 23:49:26 EST ID:ORTlGTgk No.44957 Ignore Report Quick Reply
O my god did you fucking idiots know you can juice a carrort and turn it into juice or carrot cake, that's how it is

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