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(Some Guy)   Don't you hate it when you're handcuffed inside a courtroom and everyone forgets about you and goes home for a long holiday weekend?   (insidebayarea.com) divider line 115
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2010-02-25 05:59:15 PM  
I hope he at least gets some credit for time served.
 
2010-02-25 06:00:52 PM  
I'd be out shortly after that, I fairly well promise. There might have to be some destruction of court property, but I wouldn't sit there all weekend.
 
2010-02-25 06:07:30 PM  
10 hours? Amateur.
 
2010-02-25 06:32:21 PM  
Crappy mistake, but the deputies who came and got him out took good care of him. This is pretty much a "no harm-no foul" deal.

And this is coming from someone who doesn't like cops in the least.
 
2010-02-25 06:45:49 PM  
Ouch.
 
2010-02-25 07:00:03 PM  
Subby,

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You said "long".
 
2010-02-25 07:04:53 PM  
Don't you hate it when you're handcuffed inside a courtroom and everyone forgets about you and goes home for a long holiday weekend?

Yes. ;_;
 
2010-02-25 07:12:50 PM  
SchlingFocker: Crappy mistake, but the deputies who came and got him out took good care of him. This is pretty much a "no harm-no foul" deal.

And this is coming from someone who doesn't like cops in the least.



FTFA:
without food, water or access to restroom facilities for more than 10 hours

The guy is 57. Some older guys can't hold it that long.
 
2010-02-25 07:28:15 PM  
penthesilea: FTFA: without food, water or access to restroom facilities for more than 10 hours

The guy is 57. Some older guys can't hold it that long.


He should have just pissed all over the jury box, and left a surprise for the judge.
 
2010-02-25 07:47:29 PM  
Don't you hate it when you're handcuffed inside a courtroom and everyone forgets about you and goes home for a long holiday weekend?

Depends. Are we talking about reality, or my fantasy where this exact thing happens, except the one person who doesn't forget about me is the smoking hot dominatrix in the skin tight leather outfit who's extremely annoyed with my "naughtyness" and decides to break out the shock collars and ball gags and whips and....

.....sorry, got off track there.

I mean yeah, I do hate it.
 
2010-02-25 07:49:18 PM  
On the upside, he's got some cash in the form of a lawsuit settlement waiting for him when he gets out of prison.
 
2010-02-25 07:50:51 PM  
In some states they would have charged him with trespassing.
 
2010-02-25 07:51:00 PM  
penthesilea: SchlingFocker: Crappy mistake, but the deputies who came and got him out took good care of him. This is pretty much a "no harm-no foul" deal.

And this is coming from someone who doesn't like cops in the least.


FTFA: without food, water or access to restroom facilities for more than 10 hours

The guy is 57. Some older guys can't hold it that long.


Depends...
 
2010-02-25 07:52:36 PM  
Why Would I Read the Article: Depends.

hopefully.
 
2010-02-25 07:52:49 PM  
This sounds like the start of a porn if the handcuffed person was a nice lovely young girl....
 
2010-02-25 07:52:56 PM  

ATTICA!!! ATTICA!!! ATTICA!!!!


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2010-02-25 07:52:59 PM  
yeah
 
2010-02-25 07:57:09 PM  
unlikely: I'd be out shortly after that, I fairly well promise. There might have to be some destruction of court property, but I wouldn't sit there all weekend.

You going to chew through the metal bar that you're cuffed to?
 
2010-02-25 07:59:58 PM  
I always love hearing about these things happening over long weekends, as if handcuffed people are left behind all the time but nobody thinks it's a problem 'til a long weekend.
 
2010-02-25 08:01:18 PM  
strathmeyer: I always love hearing about these things happening over long weekends, as if handcuffed people are left behind all the time but nobody thinks it's a problem 'til a long weekend.

Right.

/If you can't do the time...
 
2010-02-25 08:01:22 PM  
i50.tinypic.com
I hate when that happens.
 
2010-02-25 08:01:26 PM  
They should settle now -- convert his minor sentence to time already served in exchange for him not suing their asses.
 
2010-02-25 08:02:12 PM  
I luv "don't you hate it when" threads!

/you get your balls stuck between the slats of the chair
 
2010-02-25 08:02:24 PM  
So when is the lawsuit?
In our defense, you can't bleed blood from a turnip.
 
2010-02-25 08:03:16 PM  
Better yet, his lawyer needs to start a countdown clock, where the amount he's going to sue for increases as incarceration time for his client increases.

/tick
/tock
/tick-tock
/the suspense is killing me!
 
2010-02-25 08:06:09 PM  
Clete Orris: strathmeyer: I always love hearing about these things happening over long weekends, as if handcuffed people are left behind all the time but nobody thinks it's a problem 'til a long weekend.

Right.

/If you can't do the time...


It happens before long weekends because people want to get the fark away from work ASAP with 4 days off ahead of them.
 
2010-02-25 08:07:19 PM  
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2010-02-25 08:07:23 PM  
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2010-02-25 08:08:15 PM  
eddyatwork: I hope he at least gets some credit for time served.

He's probably going to get himself a deal on whatever the hell he's in jail for right now.
 
2010-02-25 08:09:05 PM  
probably could have got a good settlement if he had to stay there for 4 days crapping and peeing all over himself.
 
2010-02-25 08:10:51 PM  
ski9600: I luv "don't you hate it when" threads!

/you get your balls stuck between the slats of the chair


Nevar forget (new window)
 
2010-02-25 08:14:22 PM  
"Deputies responded within 30 minutes and got him out of there," Faulkner told The Reporter, admitting that the situation "could have been very bad" had Jones been left uncared for in the courthouse over the long weekend.

Only 30 minutes? The Sheriff's Office has more then one concern here.
 
2010-02-25 08:15:24 PM  
Man left in a holding cell, woman in a hidden room in the basement. Potato/Potato. Either way, some air freshener and a garden hose will clean it up.
 
2010-02-25 08:17:16 PM  
FTA: "Deputies responded within 30 minutes"

30 minutes to respond to the courthouse? Really?
 
2010-02-25 08:21:28 PM  
Chevello: FTA: "Deputies responded within 30 minutes"

30 minutes to respond to the courthouse? Really?


What's the rush?
 
2010-02-25 08:23:06 PM  
30 minutes not bad, after all he wasn't going anywhere.
 
2010-02-25 08:23:33 PM  
Clete Orris: penthesilea: SchlingFocker: Crappy mistake, but the deputies who came and got him out took good care of him. This is pretty much a "no harm-no foul" deal.

And this is coming from someone who doesn't like cops in the least.


FTFA: without food, water or access to restroom facilities for more than 10 hours

The guy is 57. Some older guys can't hold it that long.

Depends...


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2010-02-25 08:26:07 PM  
neuroflare: Clete Orris: strathmeyer: I always love hearing about these things happening over long weekends, as if handcuffed people are left behind all the time but nobody thinks it's a problem 'til a long weekend.

Right.

/If you can't do the time...

It happens before long weekends because people want to get the fark away from work ASAP with 4 days off ahead of them.


/knows this... works in courthouse.
//doesn't care about prisoner's rights
///slashies
 
2010-02-25 08:27:16 PM  
total bullshiat....or maybe, humanshiat considering his age
 
2010-02-25 08:33:09 PM  
The bigger story is: Why Are Public Employees Still Getting Paid For A Day Off On 'President Day' type Holidays When Nearly Every Other Worker In The FARKING Country Has To Work?!?!

Government. The only growth industry left. And no one will touch it. Because it would shine a light on the Ponzi Scheme that keeps the lights on around here.
 
2010-02-25 08:37:08 PM  
Chevello: FTA: "Deputies responded within 30 minutes"

30 minutes to respond to the courthouse? Really?


That's because Vallejo declared Chapter 9 bankruptcy last year, and AFAIK there is practically no city PD or FD left there. The "Deputies" (as in county deduties...not City of Vallejo cops) prolly had to drive 20 miles from Fairfield.
 
2010-02-25 08:39:25 PM  
Ahhhh.......Vallejo.

I have just had an unpleasant experience with this bankrupt city.

Apparently, if you perform a service for a person residing within Vallejo, you are required to procure a business license, even if no part of the transaction takes place within Vallejo, simply because you are engaging in business with one of their residents.

Cool story, brah

/Fark Vallejo.
 
2010-02-25 08:41:40 PM  
dball2: The bigger story is: Why Are Public Employees Still Getting Paid For A Day Off On 'President Day' type Holidays When Nearly Every Other Worker In The FARKING Country Has To Work?!?!

Government. The only growth industry left. And no one will touch it. Because it would shine a light on the Ponzi Scheme that keeps the lights on around here.


I don't work for the gov't, or a bank, and we had it off. So nyeh.
 
2010-02-25 08:42:09 PM  
Clete Orris: neuroflare: Clete Orris: strathmeyer: I always love hearing about these things happening over long weekends, as if handcuffed people are left behind all the time but nobody thinks it's a problem 'til a long weekend.

Right.

/If you can't do the time...

It happens before long weekends because people want to get the fark away from work ASAP with 4 days off ahead of them.

/knows this... works in courthouse.
//doesn't care about prisoner's rights
///slashies


That's right! Screw you, probation violators! You don't deserve to live, you scum of the earth!

/eye roll
//A human can only live for about 3 to 5 days w/o water
///I'd say the bailiff might deserve a firin'
 
2010-02-25 08:43:19 PM  
AndreMA: They should settle now -- convert his minor sentence to time already served in exchange for him not suing their asses.

Depending on the crime, probably this. I'm not sure how much you can get if this is proved to be a mistake and given that it was only ten hours. If he'd been there for four days, assuming he lived, he'd have a big payday coming his way.
 
2010-02-25 08:46:19 PM  
ski9600: I luv "don't you hate it when" threads!

/you get your balls stuck between the slats of the chair


When you dip your schlong in the urinal.
It's why i use the low one.
 
2010-02-25 08:47:47 PM  
I think the probationer and the bailiff should trade places: The bailiff serves the remainder of the sentence, and the probie gets the bailiff's salary.

Sounds fair.

Oh, and the judge can clean the interview room.
 
2010-02-25 08:48:29 PM  
schpanky: dball2: The bigger story is: Why Are Public Employees Still Getting Paid For A Day Off On 'President Day' type Holidays When Nearly Every Other Worker In The FARKING Country Has To Work?!?!

Government. The only growth industry left. And no one will touch it. Because it would shine a light on the Ponzi Scheme that keeps the lights on around here.

I don't work for the gov't, or a bank, and we had it off. So nyeh.


What does President Day - "Type" holiday mean to you? The fact that Joe's Machine and Screw gave you a holiday means dick. Did you get every other of the bullshiat days off that Government gets? If so, good for Joe. But I'm calling bullshiat. The only ones living like it was 1950 are the tools sucking from the public tit.
 
2010-02-25 08:48:43 PM  
dball2: The bigger story is: Why Are Public Employees Still Getting Paid For A Day Off On 'President Day' type Holidays When Nearly Every Other Worker In The FARKING Country Has To Work?!?!

Government. The only growth industry left. And no one will touch it. Because it would shine a light on the Ponzi Scheme that keeps the lights on around here.


Alright, but apart from clean water, sanitation, irrigation, the roads, public order and education, what has the government ever done for us? (new window)
 
2010-02-25 08:50:05 PM  
just_ducky: ///I'd say the bailiff might deserve a firin'

So he too can suck off the public teat, bogging down your already overburdened welfare system further for what was likely an honest mistake?

/let me know when you walk on water...
 
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