August 31st, 2011 06:04 AM
These little dirtbags are going to wish that they left their 'behinds' home when they get locked up. The punishment is not for $.07, but for the crime of robbing (with violence) an old man. I hope they both get their taste of life on the 'inside'...on the first day. I hope they suffer the a bit of the fear that they inflicted on the old man...each day they are in either juvey or prison. No mercy from me...these aren't kids, they are animals.
Originally Posted by Hiram25
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August 31st, 2011 08:34 AM
Huh. This reminds me of a phrase I'm so fond of;
Play stupid games, win stupid prizes
August 31st, 2011 08:58 AM
The teen made himself a felon when he commited armed robbery and assault and battery. The jury just made it official.
Originally Posted by mlr1m
August 31st, 2011 09:22 AM
A thief takes 7 cents, a congressman takes millions...
The only difference between a thief and a politician is the amount...
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August 31st, 2011 01:01 PM
And the method.
Originally Posted by 357and40
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August 31st, 2011 01:26 PM
I wonder how they split the money.
August 31st, 2011 08:17 PM
Interesting, the judge made him a felon for life. Maybe I'm just old and set in my ways, but in my youth, if I did something wrong, then I was the one to blame, not the person who handed out the punishment to me.
Stewart's lawyer, Laurin Haddad, had pleaded with Walsh to treat her client as a youthful offender, so that a felony conviction wouldn't remain on his permanent record.
"For 7 cents, now you're making someone a felon for the rest of his life,"
Haddad told the Post-Standard.
Of course if I had done something to go before a judge on, I'd have been standing the whole time. My dad would have made sure I wouldn't have been able to sit for quite some time!
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August 31st, 2011 08:43 PM
Juvenile court is what one would expect to have happen with the current system. Expungement would not be required since juvenile records are sealed in most states. Having said that, I do feel that the juvenile justice system is outdated for todays young violent offenders. Perhaps that is why so many jurisdicitions are pushing to try young violent offenders as adults?
Originally Posted by Hopyard
September 1st, 2011 01:43 AM
Fixed it for ya!
Originally Posted by Inspector71
"The gun is the great equalizer... For it is the gun, that allows the meek to repel the monsters; Whom are bigger, stronger and without conscience, prey on those who without one, would surely perish."
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