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Logical Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Apr-27-11 08:43 PM
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17. But you are correct, at least the jury was smart enough to see through it. n-t
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  -Jury Acquits Man of Stealing 99-cent Hot Dog The Straight Story  Apr-27-11 04:29 PM   #0 
  - the store's owners should have to pay court costs.  Terra Alta   Apr-27-11 04:32 PM   #1 
  - I cannot believe the store owner was such an ass. What a joke our criminal justice system is. n-t  Logical   Apr-27-11 04:32 PM   #2 
  - The system worked. He was acquited. n/t  WhiteTara   Apr-27-11 05:01 PM   #10 
     - Really? Worked? Time and lawyers fees not matter to you?  Logical   Apr-27-11 05:09 PM   #12 
        - Well, that part sucks, of course.  WhiteTara   Apr-27-11 07:03 PM   #15 
           - But you are correct, at least the jury was smart enough to see through it. n-t  Logical   Apr-27-11 08:43 PM   #17 
  - The prosecutor in that case needs to be fired and disbarred.  kestrel91316   Apr-27-11 04:38 PM   #3 
  - I would put more blame on the prosecutor too...  GKirk   Apr-27-11 04:44 PM   #4 
  - True, but not necessarily for this case...  jmowreader   Apr-27-11 09:11 PM   #18 
  - he ate it while he shopped - Why didn't they ask him about it  rurallib   Apr-27-11 04:45 PM   #5 
  - Common sense & the right thing to do.  dmr   Apr-27-11 04:50 PM   #7 
  - Bet that store lost this customer in perpetuity  indepat   Apr-28-11 11:50 AM   #29 
  - Straining at gnats and swallowing camels.  Dappleganger   Apr-27-11 04:47 PM   #6 
  - If I was on a jury, I would never convict a poor person of stealing food  ZombieHorde   Apr-27-11 04:57 PM   #8 
  - This isn't a case of a poor person stealing food  jmowreader   Apr-27-11 09:14 PM   #20 
  - "Forgot to pay" and "stealing" are pretty similar.  ZombieHorde   Apr-27-11 09:22 PM   #24 
     - Washington requires intent for it to be charged as theft  jmowreader   Apr-27-11 09:30 PM   #26 
        - Nice! nt  ZombieHorde   Apr-27-11 09:43 PM   #28 
  - Then you will likely never be on a jury  Renew Deal   Apr-27-11 09:16 PM   #22 
     - I remember that story.  ZombieHorde   Apr-27-11 09:20 PM   #23 
  - Yeah, I read about that here earlier today:  elocs   Apr-27-11 04:58 PM   #9 
  - They didn't take his money when offered?  Ikonoklast   Apr-27-11 05:02 PM   #11 
  - Better Washington tha California with it's 3 Strikes and it's life laws  housewolf   Apr-27-11 05:09 PM   #13 
  - Washington has those, too.  ManiacJoe   Apr-27-11 08:10 PM   #16 
  - All of those people had jury duty for that?  BrightKnight   Apr-27-11 05:10 PM   #14 
  - The prosecutor should be fired  Renew Deal   Apr-27-11 09:13 PM   #19 
  - O.o"  AsahinaKimi   Apr-27-11 09:15 PM   #21 
  - What an especially fuckwitted Prosecutor in a land of awful DA's.  TheKentuckian   Apr-27-11 09:28 PM   #25 
  - But...but...but...he stole!  Lucian   Apr-27-11 09:36 PM   #27 
 

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