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(New Musical Express)   T.I. gets calculated win over sexual assault allegations   (nme.com) divider line
    More: Followup, Rape, partner Tiny, police report, Police, following month, Human sexual behavior, anonymous woman, Sexual intercourse  
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2021-09-17 12:07:17 PM  
I'm this many years old.

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2021-09-17 12:09:51 PM  
I graduated to this.

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2021-09-17 1:24:31 PM  
That took justlong enough to cost him his Ant Man gig.
 
2021-09-17 2:55:31 PM  
I think you mean Sensata.

/Sounds latino.
 
2021-09-17 3:12:32 PM  
8008135
 
2021-09-17 3:37:35 PM  
"the woman's lawyer, Tyrone A. Blackburn, said, "The decision by the L.A. prosecutor does not vindicate ... It only amplifies the need to do away with the statute of limitations for sex crimes.""

wut???  Are you freaking kidding me?  Tyrone, you must have skipped school the day they taught law at Seton Hall.
 
2021-09-17 3:40:37 PM  

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2021-09-17 3:49:31 PM  

Magnus: "the woman's lawyer, Tyrone A. Blackburn, said, "The decision by the L.A. prosecutor does not vindicate ... It only amplifies the need to do away with the statute of limitations for sex crimes.""

wut???  Are you freaking kidding me?  Tyrone, you must have skipped school the day they taught law at Seton Hall.


explain.
?
 
2021-09-17 4:02:47 PM  

truthandjustice: Magnus: "the woman's lawyer, Tyrone A. Blackburn, said, "The decision by the L.A. prosecutor does not vindicate ... It only amplifies the need to do away with the statute of limitations for sex crimes.""

wut???  Are you freaking kidding me?  Tyrone, you must have skipped school the day they taught law at Seton Hall.

explain.
?


example:  Ivan the Terrible, Nazi concentration guard...who actually wasn't.

"... evidence and testimonies for the crime degrades over time to such a point that they become too unreliable for use in both prosecution and defense."

But, please find me a prosecutor who wouldn't store a case away in a draw and bring it out anytime they wanted something to hold over the accused where there are unreliable memories/evidence that a defense could not contest/refute.

In a world where the state can prosecute any case no matter how old that case may be is called an oppressive society.  This is a basic legal underpinning in Western legal systems.  The state shouldn't have an unlimited amount time to prosecute except in the most extreme cases of capital crimes such as murder.  They teach this in law school.  Any lawyer that doesn't get and believe in this concept should think about becoming a talk show host.
 
2021-09-17 6:56:44 PM  
The testimony was graphic, but it just didn't add up, no matter how large the display made in court.
 
2021-09-17 9:54:50 PM  
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2021-09-17 10:41:45 PM  

Magnus: truthandjustice: Magnus: "the woman's lawyer, Tyrone A. Blackburn, said, "The decision by the L.A. prosecutor does not vindicate ... It only amplifies the need to do away with the statute of limitations for sex crimes.""

wut???  Are you freaking kidding me?  Tyrone, you must have skipped school the day they taught law at Seton Hall.

explain.
?

example:  Ivan the Terrible, Nazi concentration guard...who actually wasn't.

"... evidence and testimonies for the crime degrades over time to such a point that they become too unreliable for use in both prosecution and defense."

But, please find me a prosecutor who wouldn't store a case away in a draw and bring it out anytime they wanted something to hold over the accused where there are unreliable memories/evidence that a defense could not contest/refute.

In a world where the state can prosecute any case no matter how old that case may be is called an oppressive society.  This is a basic legal underpinning in Western legal systems. The state shouldn't have an unlimited amount time to prosecute except in the most extreme cases of capital crimes such as murder.  They teach this in law school.  Any lawyer that doesn't get and believe in this concept should think about becoming a talk show host.


You're going to look stupid when you realize that England, the original source of the common law legal system, doesn't have a statue of limitations. Nor does Canada, which last I checked isn't exactly a poster child for an oppressive society. And you're going to look even stupider when you learn that over a dozen states don't have a statute of limitations for felony sex crimes.

Contrary to your fear mongering, the world hasn't fallen into total anarchy.
 
2021-09-18 12:58:37 AM  

Troy Aikman's Giant Thumbs: Magnus: truthandjustice: Magnus: "the woman's lawyer, Tyrone A. Blackburn, said, "The decision by the L.A. prosecutor does not vindicate ... It only amplifies the need to do away with the statute of limitations for sex crimes.""

wut???  Are you freaking kidding me?  Tyrone, you must have skipped school the day they taught law at Seton Hall.

explain.
?

example:  Ivan the Terrible, Nazi concentration guard...who actually wasn't.

"... evidence and testimonies for the crime degrades over time to such a point that they become too unreliable for use in both prosecution and defense."

But, please find me a prosecutor who wouldn't store a case away in a draw and bring it out anytime they wanted something to hold over the accused where there are unreliable memories/evidence that a defense could not contest/refute.

In a world where the state can prosecute any case no matter how old that case may be is called an oppressive society.  This is a basic legal underpinning in Western legal systems. The state shouldn't have an unlimited amount time to prosecute except in the most extreme cases of capital crimes such as murder.  They teach this in law school.  Any lawyer that doesn't get and believe in this concept should think about becoming a talk show host.

You're going to look stupid when you realize that England, the original source of the common law legal system, doesn't have a statue of limitations. Nor does Canada, which last I checked isn't exactly a poster child for an oppressive society. And you're going to look even stupider when you learn that over a dozen states don't have a statute of limitations for felony sex crimes.

Contrary to your fear mongering, the world hasn't fallen into total anarchy.


Canada: https://www.dsscrimlaw.com/2020/08/15/​is-there-a-statute-of-limitations-for-​certain-criminal-offences-in-canada/

No universal but there is some...just like the US. So, no, I'm not feeling stupid. How about you?
 
2021-09-18 1:06:13 AM  

Troy Aikman's Giant Thumbs: Magnus: truthandjustice: Magnus: "the woman's lawyer, Tyrone A. Blackburn, said, "The decision by the L.A. prosecutor does not vindicate ... It only amplifies the need to do away with the statute of limitations for sex crimes.""

wut???  Are you freaking kidding me?  Tyrone, you must have skipped school the day they taught law at Seton Hall.

explain.
?

example:  Ivan the Terrible, Nazi concentration guard...who actually wasn't.

"... evidence and testimonies for the crime degrades over time to such a point that they become too unreliable for use in both prosecution and defense."

But, please find me a prosecutor who wouldn't store a case away in a draw and bring it out anytime they wanted something to hold over the accused where there are unreliable memories/evidence that a defense could not contest/refute.

In a world where the state can prosecute any case no matter how old that case may be is called an oppressive society.  This is a basic legal underpinning in Western legal systems. The state shouldn't have an unlimited amount time to prosecute except in the most extreme cases of capital crimes such as murder.  They teach this in law school.  Any lawyer that doesn't get and believe in this concept should think about becoming a talk show host.

You're going to look stupid when you realize that England, the original source of the common law legal system, doesn't have a statue of limitations. Nor does Canada, which last I checked isn't exactly a poster child for an oppressive society. And you're going to look even stupider when you learn that over a dozen states don't have a statute of limitations for felony sex crimes.

Contrary to your fear mongering, the world hasn't fallen into total anarchy.


https://www.jstor.org/stable/1073651

Doctrine of Laches. No, I'm not feeling stupid. How about you?
 
2021-09-18 1:11:33 AM  

Troy Aikman's Giant Thumbs: Magnus: truthandjustice: Magnus: "the woman's lawyer, Tyrone A. Blackburn, said, "The decision by the L.A. prosecutor does not vindicate ... It only amplifies the need to do away with the statute of limitations for sex crimes.""

wut???  Are you freaking kidding me?  Tyrone, you must have skipped school the day they taught law at Seton Hall.

explain.
?

example:  Ivan the Terrible, Nazi concentration guard...who actually wasn't.

"... evidence and testimonies for the crime degrades over time to such a point that they become too unreliable for use in both prosecution and defense."

But, please find me a prosecutor who wouldn't store a case away in a draw and bring it out anytime they wanted something to hold over the accused where there are unreliable memories/evidence that a defense could not contest/refute.

In a world where the state can prosecute any case no matter how old that case may be is called an oppressive society.  This is a basic legal underpinning in Western legal systems. The state shouldn't have an unlimited amount time to prosecute except in the most extreme cases of capital crimes such as murder.  They teach this in law school.  Any lawyer that doesn't get and believe in this concept should think about becoming a talk show host.

You're going to look stupid when you realize that England, the original source of the common law legal system, doesn't have a statue of limitations. Nor does Canada, which last I checked isn't exactly a poster child for an oppressive society. And you're going to look even stupider when you learn that over a dozen states don't have a statute of limitations for felony sex crimes.

Contrary to your fear mongering, the world hasn't fallen into total anarchy.


https://legal-dictionary.thefreedictio​nary.com/statute+of+limitations

"Statutes of limitations, which date back to early Roman Law, are a fundamental part of European and U.S. law."

Still not feeling stupid. How about you?
 
2021-09-18 7:19:05 AM  
I still like the TI-89 because it does everything, including calculus. It was permitted on tests, as well.
 
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