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(Big 1059)   Murder, rape, refunding an out of state 10 cent can. "What are things you can go to jail for?"   (big1059.com) divider line 5
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2013-02-19 08:58:25 PM
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BronyMedic: Yes, but cracking a cold one is still legal in most states. So is re-enacting horsegag.avi.

Such a wierd, wierd system we have. Hmm.


+1 one for KrispyKritter. Hey, don't judge me. Sometimes an acquired taste becomes a required taste.

/ Never trust a woman with a pulse
// favorite line I ever heard uttered on a episode of Law & order
2013-02-19 07:45:40 PM
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And creating a nuisance.
2013-02-19 07:44:38 PM
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Rape, murder, arson, refunding a 10 cent out of state can, and rape
2013-02-19 07:39:17 PM
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www.morethings.com


"Refunding an out of state 10 cent can..."

"Doesn't sound like much of a CRIME."

"To the Vatican?"
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2013-02-19 05:48:07 PM
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If passed, someone who attempts to return between 100 and 10,000 non-returnable containers could face a maximum fine of $1,000 or up to 93 days in jail. Current law sets penalties only for people that have actually returned fraudulent containers.

Where I live the law says generally that attempting to commit a crime is a crime in itself. There is no need to pass a law separately criminalizing attempt for each crime. This is how they get you for chatting up "14 year old girls" online. It's an attempt to commit a sex crime.
 
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