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(WRDW Augusta)   "If his name weren't Victor Hill, your honor, we wouldn't be here," defense attorney Lynsey Barron said during a hearing on a defense request to dismiss the indictment. Something aunt, uncle, change in familial relationship   (wrdw.com) divider line
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2021-11-30 10:08:26 PM  
"Read the full story in the Newsbreak app"


Uh, how about no.  Does no work for you?
 
2021-11-30 10:10:17 PM  
Kryst what an asshole
 
2021-11-30 10:11:18 PM  
Is this the Hill he's gonna lose and die on?
 
2021-11-30 10:11:23 PM  

scanman61: "Read the full story in the Newsbreak app"


Uh, how about no.  Does no work for you?


Yeah, noped tf right out there.
 
2021-11-30 10:19:17 PM  
FTFA: Barron said prosecutors are asking the judge to "chart an area that hasn't been charted yet." While that area of the law does need to be fleshed out, she said, that's something that should be done through civil litigation, not in a criminal case with the potential for significant prison time.

Oh, sure - try to resolve this in civil court, where the cop will claim qualified immunity and the lawsuit will be immediately dismissed?  I'm sure he'd love that.
 
2021-11-30 10:24:01 PM  
If Buford T. Dumbass has done nothing wrong, he's got nothing to worry about.
 
2021-11-30 10:25:34 PM  
Put him in prison and forget he was there.
 
2021-11-30 10:30:33 PM  
Victor is a Teflon Don and this ain't his first rodeo. He's missed prison at least three other times in his career. I don't think this go around will be any different.
 
2021-11-30 10:53:54 PM  
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But seriously, who greenlit this shiat?
 
2021-11-30 11:03:43 PM  

Russ1642: Read full story in "NewsBreak" App

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But seriously, who greenlit this shiat?


Someone on a desktop.  Switch to desktop view and it's readable.
 
2021-11-30 11:05:13 PM  

Jclark666: Russ1642: Read full story in "NewsBreak" App

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But seriously, who greenlit this shiat?

Someone on a desktop.  Switch to desktop view and it's readable.


I'm laying in bed and I'm not getting up unless the fire alarm goes off.
 
2021-11-30 11:07:30 PM  

Russ1642: Jclark666: Russ1642: Read full story in "NewsBreak" App

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But seriously, who greenlit this shiat?

Someone on a desktop.  Switch to desktop view and it's readable.

I'm laying in bed and I'm not getting up unless the fire alarm goes off.


Your fire alarm needs a firmware update.
 
2021-11-30 11:18:22 PM  
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2021-11-30 11:20:00 PM  
Subby, "If my aunt had balls, she'd be my uncle" is an outdated joke. Aunt's have balls now. Uncle out front should have told you.
 
2021-11-30 11:20:05 PM  

Be polite walk on the right: Kryst what an asshole


Started your comment under the assumption you're referring to subby.
 
2021-11-30 11:27:18 PM  
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2021-11-30 11:34:01 PM  

tyyreaunn: FTFA: Barron said prosecutors are asking the judge to "chart an area that hasn't been charted yet." While that area of the law does need to be fleshed out, she said, that's something that should be done through civil litigation, not in a criminal case with the potential for significant prison time.

Oh, sure - try to resolve this in civil court, where the cop will claim qualified immunity and the lawsuit will be immediately dismissed?  I'm sure he'd love that.


Translation: "I'm not going to do it, especially not in a way that might cause real consequences for the officer."

/I mentally threw my hands up the moment I read "use of a restraint chair doesn't amount to excessive force under any clearly established law".
//whereas citizens get charged, convicted and punished on both method and resulting impact of crimes, the police seem to argue method was not specifically mentioned in the law and so somehow avoid being responsible for the impact. "Your Honor, while it's true the accuser lost an eye when my client shoved a screwdriver into their eye socket, but the law does not clearly mention that this isn't a valid restraint technique."
///IANAL, so lawyers feel free to chime in or correct me
 
2021-11-30 11:38:41 PM  
You have to build up to the gas station sushi. Start with the pizza and taquitos. Once you can pass those with a solid double-tapered turd maybe add a hotdog or tuna sandwich.   Never go straight for the sushi, it is known.
 
2021-12-01 12:07:07 AM  

Resident Muslim: tyyreaunn: FTFA: Barron said prosecutors are asking the judge to "chart an area that hasn't been charted yet." While that area of the law does need to be fleshed out, she said, that's something that should be done through civil litigation, not in a criminal case with the potential for significant prison time.

Oh, sure - try to resolve this in civil court, where the cop will claim qualified immunity and the lawsuit will be immediately dismissed?  I'm sure he'd love that.

Translation: "I'm not going to do it, especially not in a way that might cause real consequences for the officer."

/I mentally threw my hands up the moment I read "use of a restraint chair doesn't amount to excessive force under any clearly established law".
//whereas citizens get charged, convicted and punished on both method and resulting impact of crimes, the police seem to argue method was not specifically mentioned in the law and so somehow avoid being responsible for the impact. "Your Honor, while it's true the accuser lost an eye when my client shoved a screwdriver into their eye socket, but the law does not clearly mention that this isn't a valid restraint technique."
///IANAL, so lawyers feel free to chime in or correct me


Laws are to protect the enforcers of our overlords, not to be used against them. Hence why qualified immunity is constantly expanded and upheld by SCOTUS.
 
2021-12-01 1:02:32 AM  
The indictment accuses the sheriff of repeatedly ordering detainees to be put in the restraint chair for hours even though they posed no threat and had complied with deputies.

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2021-12-01 1:05:45 AM  
They might want to check his basement
 
2021-12-01 2:58:44 AM  
Just to see how hard it is, let the Sherriff be restrained in that same chair for as long as the trial proceeds.
How else can we be sure?
 
2021-12-01 9:29:31 AM  

Wine Sipping Elitist: Subby, "If my aunt had balls, she'd be my uncle" is an outdated joke. Aunt's have balls now. Uncle out front should have told you.


But if they had wings would their ass hit the floor?
 
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