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#199 - Not everyone blamed him for high gas prices. The people who b… 12/23/2014 on Obama is good +1
#194 - Picture 12/11/2014 on Retarded 0
#42 - Isn't that an oxymoron? I keed, I keed. 12/10/2014 on No evidence +1
#18 - The no child left behind and everyone is a winner mentality ha…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/10/2014 on Today vs Yesterday +13
#79 - anonymous (12/11/2014) [-]
every western nation. not just america
#39 - I understand there is always ambiguity. Hell, anyone who know…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/10/2014 on No evidence +1
User avatar #41 - legaljoshj (12/10/2014) [-]
*good lawyer
#42 - tvveeder (12/10/2014) [-]
Isn't that an oxymoron? I keed, I keed.
#36 - I don't hate the system, this is just a particular situation I…  [+] (4 new replies) 12/10/2014 on No evidence +2
User avatar #37 - legaljoshj (12/10/2014) [-]
always ambiguity. the law is never ever clear cut. first month of law school taught me that. and if any lawyer ever tells you other wise. fire his ass.
#39 - tvveeder (12/10/2014) [-]
I understand there is always ambiguity. Hell, anyone who knows what plea bargaining is or watched the OJ Simpson case should understand how ambiguous the justice system is. My use of ambiguity was not in the law, it was in the evidence. There is no ambiguity in video evidence that is unedited, undoctored, and uncensored. Anyone who tells you otherwise, is a lawyer.
User avatar #41 - legaljoshj (12/10/2014) [-]
*good lawyer
#42 - tvveeder (12/10/2014) [-]
Isn't that an oxymoron? I keed, I keed.
#71 - I've never understood the mentality of, "I don't like thi…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/10/2014 on Literally, WHO is going on... +3
#98 - thedumbledore (12/10/2014) [-]
Fucking imagine the reaction of these princesses if something classic yet un-PC like 'Airplane' was released in 2014. The 98% on rotten tomatoes would become about 14% because people would be too afraid to stand up to ''the victims'' of a movie. You know, something with no real consequence to the real world.
#32 - I completely understand what you are saying, cops are in dange…  [+] (6 new replies) 12/10/2014 on No evidence +2
User avatar #35 - legaljoshj (12/10/2014) [-]
the threshold lies in policy based reasoning. the courts dont want to have an cooling effect on the police doing there jobs and protecting themselves and others. the threshold is also different from state to state based on that jurisdictions regulations and statutes. It is important that grand jury's decide and not the public on whether to charge because we don't get all of the facts presented to us (and if we do, its almost never without some slant to someones agenda.) The jury of this guys peers heard the evidence and decided on it. that's our system. we would rather let 100 people who are probably guilty go free, rather than risk putting an innocent person in jail.

everyone hates the system until the need it.
#36 - tvveeder (12/10/2014) [-]
I don't hate the system, this is just a particular situation I don't understand. We don't know all the facts, everyone has an opinion, a bias, or an agenda. Those are all absolutely true 99% of the time, and when it comes to cases without video evidence and with ambiguity, a la the Mike Brown case, I can understand him walking. I'm not the least bit upset with that case because three autopsy reports reinforce the officers account, despite conflicting stories from witnesses. Witnesses both had conflicting reports, and one witness changed his testimony against the officer saying Mike Brown was running away.

I totally get why the Ferguson cop (his name escapes me) got off. It was all hear-say, and more evidence coincides with the cops report than it does certain witness reports that Mike Brown was gunned down from behind in cold blood while running away.

I believe John Stewart said it best, this case had no interpretation needed, no reliance on testimonies, and no ambiguity because there was VIDEO evidence. Was Eric Garner pleading his case and resisting? Yes. Was he verbally confrontational? Yes. Was he physically threatening the cops in any way? No. Did he fight or show any signs that he was trying to fight the officers who were arresting him? No. Where is the just cause for choking him out then? I'm not asking for murder in any degree, but the fact that anyone could watch that video and see anything other than manslaughter and excessive or negligible use of force is beyond me. How this cops keeps his job is beyond me. That is my opinion, I understand the law works different than my opinion does, but the fact remains, if that was ANYONE else other than a cop, and there was video evidence, there is no doubt that there would be at least manslaughter charges, but in reality would likely be murder 3rd.
User avatar #37 - legaljoshj (12/10/2014) [-]
always ambiguity. the law is never ever clear cut. first month of law school taught me that. and if any lawyer ever tells you other wise. fire his ass.
#39 - tvveeder (12/10/2014) [-]
I understand there is always ambiguity. Hell, anyone who knows what plea bargaining is or watched the OJ Simpson case should understand how ambiguous the justice system is. My use of ambiguity was not in the law, it was in the evidence. There is no ambiguity in video evidence that is unedited, undoctored, and uncensored. Anyone who tells you otherwise, is a lawyer.
User avatar #41 - legaljoshj (12/10/2014) [-]
*good lawyer
#42 - tvveeder (12/10/2014) [-]
Isn't that an oxymoron? I keed, I keed.
#30 - Not entirely true, some people have no regret or remorse. I w… 12/10/2014 on No evidence +1
#35 - I've never understood the whole, "People shouldn't mastur…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/10/2014 on you'll get through +2
#42 - chuca (12/10/2014) [-]
because Jesus said so

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