Discussion in 'Current Events' started by -Cp, Jul 14, 2005.
What...the...hell. Appealate judges seem to be more interested in freeing criminals than protecting their victims. If this kind of stuff keeps up, expect to see an epidemic of vigilante justice begin to "violate the rights" of these scumbags.
Don't blame the judges Hobbit..The law does apply to all..
The Sheriff's office screwed this up.
as the old saying goes..."cross the T's and dot the I's" :eek2:
100% of the time, else ya get this outcome.
Thanks to all the Fucking lawyers out there who made this kind of situation possible.
Yea, if you ever have a need for one because maybe you were say, in the wrong place at the wrong time and your ass is in trouble and you're innocent, I bet you don't call them "fucking lawyers" then. Geeezzzzzz
Those crooks knew exactly what their rights were. They found a place to nitpick and some pinhead judge decided it was enough to let murderers back on the street. It's a traveshammockery. As in one of my favorite quotes from Law & Order, "They should all rot in Hell, along with their attorneys."
Yes it did, but I would like to know where this stupid rule came from that some judge some 40 years ago decided that you had to read rights to anyone. Is it in the constitution? I can't find it. Is ignorance of the law now a defense? There are laws broken that someone does not know that it is illegal to do, and yet they go to jail/prison. Can they use the defense that no one came and read them the law that made that act illegal and that is why they broke it? I don't understand why the Miranda Right has to be read to anyone. If they want to hear it, Google it and read away.
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