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Thief Brazenly Steals From Walgreens in San Francisco

marvin martian

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Ballsy? No, they have the law on their side now. SF allows theft under 950 bucks.

All of California allows it, that's why theft and looting are endemic there.
 

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No bond, or he didn't pay the bond? There's a difference.
Most people are released on an OR, they're those who have a job, no criminal record and the crime is either a misdemeanor or a nom violent wobbler.

If the crime is a serious felony, normally a violent crime or someone with a substantial record, they will likely be held in custody, or released with a high bail. The defense lawyer will usually ask for a quick pretrial hearing wherein the court decides the evidence in the complaint is sufficient to move to a trial; the finding is not a decision as to guilt or innocence of the Defendant, it's finding solely decides that S/He be held to answer to the Information.
 

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All of California allows it, that's why theft and looting are endemic there.
You're both wrong. Petty with a prior:

If you're convicted under Section 666(a), you face up to three years in a state prison, a fine of up to $10,000, or both a fine and imprisonment for a felony conviction. If you're convicted of a misdemeanor, you face up to six months in a county jail and/or a fine of up to $1,000.

What Does California Penal Code §666(a) [Petty Theft with a Prior Conviction] Prohibit?

In sum, to be guilty of Petty Theft with a Prior Conviction under CPC §666(a), you must:

  • Commit a petty theft; AND,
  • Have a conviction for a theft or another specified crime on your record; AND,
  • Have served a term for the conviction.
The following link was passed by the St. Legislature after my retirement, thus,


BTW, the two faux conservative Trump supporters who made the claim above ought to STFU; especially when they are too dumb to research what they want others to believe.
 

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First, to debunk the bullshit that the authorities don't care abou these robberies.

Second, to see if those who whined and wailed about no bond for some of the Jan 6 rioters would be equally outraged a petty thief is being held without bond.
They're honestly too stupid to see your point.

It's alarming that they are so worried about people who committed violent acts being held without bail in one instance and wanting to legally murder someone who was committing a non violent crime in another.
 

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First, to debunk the bullshit that the authorities don't care abou these robberies.

Second, to see if those who whined and wailed about no bond for some of the Jan 6 rioters would be equally outraged a petty thief is being held without bond.

You found one! Congrats!
 
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You want to make the theft of health and wellness items a capital crime?!?


Yep, if a bank robber who only gets a couple a thousand can be shot, so can any other thief bagging up the same.

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Oh, wait!


But the man in the video, Jean Lugo-Romero, was arrested about a week later and faces 15 charges, including "grand theft, second-degree burglary and shoplifting." He was recently transferred to county jail where he is being held without bond.

Oh my God! He's being held without bond like the January 6 rioters! This is outrageous. He has not been convicted of anything. The horror!

I guess the police weren't too busy, after all.
Yea...you got em.

And the tards probably don't even know it
 

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You're both wrong. Petty with a prior:

If you're convicted under Section 666(a), you face up to three years in a state prison, a fine of up to $10,000, or both a fine and imprisonment for a felony conviction. If you're convicted of a misdemeanor, you face up to six months in a county jail and/or a fine of up to $1,000.

What Does California Penal Code §666(a) [Petty Theft with a Prior Conviction] Prohibit?

In sum, to be guilty of Petty Theft with a Prior Conviction under CPC §666(a), you must:

  • Commit a petty theft; AND,
  • Have a conviction for a theft or another specified crime on your record; AND,
  • Have served a term for the conviction.
The following link was passed by the St. Legislature after my retirement, thus,


BTW, the two faux conservative Trump supporters who made the claim above ought to STFU; especially when they are too dumb to research what they want others to believe.


Yeah, find a DA in SF or LA that will prosecute you feckless, lying clod.
 

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You found one! Congrats!

Crusader, forgive me, but this whole debate is ridiculous. If we allow them to force us to debate on their terms, while answering their nonsensical suppositions, we have already lost.

These looters/criminals, deserve to be thrown in the can, makes no difference their income level, makes no difference color of skin, it is FOR SOCIETY! Society is everyone, of every color, both sexes, and every sexual orientation.

These people doing this are CRIMINALS, and anyone who wants to let them get away with it is not only raising their own prices........which is a hidden welfare tax........but also contributing to not having goods that people are willing to pay for, on hand when needed.

We MUST continue to point out, that this is not America, or the Left will be able to turn America into what it is not. Do NOT argue on their level. That is what they want! If you do, they bring in all sorts of RACIST and POOR PEOPLE craziness to sway the debate.

The ONLY question is........are you are you a CRIMINAL! Boil it down to that, and the Left can NOT win, because the laws are there to back your opinion up.
 

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The thief is in jail on no bond. It's so unfair! He hasn't been convicted yet!


And what does his criminal history look like?

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Yea...you got em.

And the tards probably don't even know it


Yeah, you got to love the whataboutism in that article.

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Yeah, find a DA in SF or LA that will prosecute you feckless, lying clod.

I've called to recall the elected district attorney in San Francisco months ago on this message board among others, along with a letter to the Chronicle to the editor.

The fact is there is a petition to recall him, had you not been the ignorant asshole you are.
 

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I've called to recall the elected district attorney in San Francisco months ago on this message board among others, along with a letter to the Chronicle to the editor.

The fact is there is a petition to recall him, had you not been the ignorant asshole you are.



Big deal. The progtards won't let it happen. Once they get their teeth into something, they never let go. And there's a recall for gascoyne in LA too, so what.

Your political whores won't let them lose.
 

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Big deal. The progtards won't let it happen. Once they get their teeth into something, they never let go. And there's a recall for gascoyne in LA too, so what.

Your political whores won't let them lose.
It's unfortunate we can't recall you, your comments are both stupid and built on a foundation of ignorance and bias.
 

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