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Posted on January 18 at 3:39 p.m.
@oaintw...I might be wrong and stand corrected if so, but I suspect an amendment to the Welfare and Institute Code would have to take place before trial as adults.
"203. An order adjudging a minor to be a ward of the juvenile courtshall not be deemed a conviction of a crime for any purpose, norshall a proceeding in the juvenile court be deemed a criminalproceeding."
The Age of Majority in California, as I thought I understood it to be, is 18. Both juveniles fall under that age. However, I'm sure JJ will set the record straight if I'm wrong!
On Teens Arrested After Citywide Burglary Spree
Posted on January 14 at 6:15 p.m.
JT, my old "friend" visited me in childhood, during which time he literally left me breathless. Apologies in advance if you've already answered the question I'm about to ask. But was I permanently immunized against another uninvited visit from this nuisance?
And is that smallpox vaccination I received in childhood still doing its job in "my late 20's"? (liar, liar, pants on fire!)
On Infant Dies from Whooping Cough
Posted on January 14 at 10:57 a.m.
One salute to human suffering deserves another. Isn't this memorial as spiritually moving?
On Review: <em>Selma</em>
Posted on January 13 at 3 p.m.
The Boy Scouts of America. Who would've thought it? And can you imagine living your life out as a "registered sex offender"?
On Scouts Could Face Millions in Penalties
Posted on January 13 at 2:52 p.m.
O always gives such memorable performances, the most memorable for me, "The Women of Brewster Place," for small screen. She puts a power into her characters that reminds one of wonderful character actress, Jane Darwell.
Posted on January 13 at 1:24 p.m.
Now, this statement is interesting, isn't it? "White and Mohammed were removed from the basketball team, Masuda said." Really??? lol!!!
On Allan Hancock Athletes Arrested for Murder
Posted on January 13 at 1:18 p.m.
We're just a few days into 2015, and pertussis, that old "friend" of mine, is still alive and apparently well! As the world turns!
Posted on January 13 at 12:37 p.m.
But wouldn't an annual health check-up with his pcp have revealed an underlying health issue? Certainly his fantastic career must've provided excellent insurance.
With respect to you, I'm not so sure your last sentence holds up under medical scrutiny. Alas, genetics, I suspect, dictate the course of one's health and longevity. For example, some people smoke all their lives and seem to live forever.
And if you glance occasionally at Indy's obit section, you'll notice, as I have, Santa Barbarans seem to have a monopoly on longevity or so it seems! I personally wonder what the median age of death among Santa Barbarans is within, say, a 10 year period? But I have digressed, haven't I?
Condolences to family, friends, and fellow professionals!
On UCSB Police Officer Dies
Posted on January 13 at 8:08 a.m.
"He was 46 years old." And just how does someone this young "die in his sleep"? I'm disappointed that no details were offered for a possible cause of his demise! Tsk! Tsk!
Posted on January 12 at 5:13 p.m.
2sslocal...It's not as hopeless a concentration as you would think. Apparently, you can still make a living with it, taking into consideration skillful planning, and it looks as if you could take off into other areas at professional school level, law school, being one. But take a look at this link anyway:
On UCSB Sociology Program Ranked Number One