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Posted on May 14 at 10:48 a.m.
Wow, good thing this 17 year old didn't beat up a teacher. Then he'd be old enough to be tried as an adult.
On Former Coach Pleads No Contest to Sexual Offenses
Posted on February 18 at 3:08 p.m.
I must have missed something. Did Lois Capps get drunk that night, get behind the wheel of this guy's car, hit a girl, drive away from the scene then wreck his car a few minutes later?
Let's allow for this guy to take responsibility for HIS actions. Even if he was representing the Capps office earlier that night (before going to other bars apparently), he's the one who decided to drive drunk and he's the one who decided to drive away from the scene of a soon-to-be fatal accident.
On Judge to Examine Morua’s Past DUI Program Records
Posted on September 5 at 9:29 a.m.
So if he takes his medication, everything will be fine? Didn't they already try that one?
As other's have pointed out, he's doing fine while under 24 hour supervision. We already know what he's capable of when he's not being cared for/watched.
On How Safe Is Safe Enough with David Attias?
Posted on June 22 at 2:01 p.m.
All this for dating a 17 year old?
If a 17 year old has s3x with an adult, they're an innocent child who couldn't have known better.
If a 17 year old is guilty of a violent crime, they're considered an adult who should have known better.
On DA Clears Officer in Fatal Cop-on-Cop Shooting
Posted on February 21 at 1:53 p.m.
All I'm saying, is if my friend called and said someone was trying to kill her, I'd call 911 right then. I wouldn't wait until "the next morning." But hey, I'm just overcautious.
On Man Allegedly Tries to Throw New Wife Off Hotel Balcony
Posted on August 31 at 9:33 a.m.
@at_Large - Oops, I meant to say that the Same goes for the mini-bat kid and the Weiler girl - both got off light
On Denise D’Sant Angelo Sentenced to 11 Years
Posted on August 31 at 9:31 a.m.
@at_largeI'm also with you, and agree that the relative sentence for the mini-bat kid was a joke BUT she got 11 years for grand theft by embezzling around $30,000 (6 felonies) and an additional 6 felonies because it was from an elderly couple. Plus the unlawful practice of law misdemeanor and another charge because she stole some of the money while on bail for the $2,800 theft from the nuns.
It kind of puts thing in perspective a little better when you look at the number of felony charges.
Posted on August 23 at 3:07 p.m.
I can almost guarantee this kid will violate his probation. I only hope he does it by trying to assault someone like me in broad daylight... even with his mini-bat.
On Ringleader of Gang Attack Sentenced to Probation, Time Served
Posted on August 8 at 10:37 a.m.
It makes sense that all documents would be converted to digital format and stored as "data" rather than paper AND that the originals be shredded... What doesn't make sense is why they were shredded after the defense requested them and before the 90-day "shred date" that is part of the SBPD policy. Well, it makes sense if you're a police officer trying to cover up forgery.
Also - why bother to forge a Tombetta if it's not required and/or an officer can just write "verbally abusive" and skip it? I'd bet most (and hope all) police in SB know that forging a suspects signature is illegal.
@DWG - don't feed the trolls. If I were you, I'd stick to the courtroom arguments and leave the comment board arguments alone.
"Ad homien (personal attacks) are one of the common logical fallacies of argument." Very true... just like the broken, analog clock being right twice a day.
On Shredded Documents Dominate DUI Hearing
Posted on July 26 at 12:24 p.m.
I find it funny she's going to represent herself in court, considering one of the charges for which she was found guilty was the Unlawful practice of law!
On D’Sant Angelo Stalls Her Sentencing