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    Re: Parking in Turnouts on Two Lane Roads

    Are you actually PARKING there? Or, are you STOPPED there? In other words, are you pulling over in the turnout and leaving your car to hike, walk, or otherwise disappear from the vehicle?

    Is...
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    Re: State Lockdowns

    Of course, they are still ARRESTS. They just aren't generally resulting in BOOKINGS.
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    Re: State Lockdowns

    Considering burglars and batterers aren't going to jail, people committing a misdemeanor or civil infraction (depending on the state) is not going to go to jail. But, people are being cited. What...
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    Re: State Lockdowns

    The stories I can track down (and actually read without having to subscribe) all appear to have other elements to them so far ... closed beaches, obstinate parolee, gathering in a business that IS...
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    Re: State Lockdowns

    I'm going by the proclamations made by the mayors, chiefs and Sheriffs in those few areas that have announced them. Also, anecdotal stories that have popped up in local papers. I can't find them...
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    Re: State Lockdowns

    Well, out here they can't seem to decide on where the authority lays so most cities and counties that are trying this crap are relying on local statutes and not state law. Santa Cruz County is...
  7. Thread: Shoplifting

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    Re: Shoplifting

    Yeah. Pretty much. They are NOT manhandled, tackled, or grabbed. Those few employees I am aware of who did that when the act was NOT in self defense were fired or otherwise disciplined. And,...
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    Re: State Lockdowns

    Oh, I'm hoping they don't actually make an arrest ... well, for one, no jail will accept them. And, two, the officer involved could become a defendant in a civil rights suit and that can be a...
  9. Thread: Shoplifting

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    Re: Shoplifting

    Let's see ... hmmm a son who was a Loss Prevention Manager for Walmart, two friends who are managers for Walmart stores, and having sat in on numerous meetings over the years with local and regional...
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    Re: State Lockdowns

    There are limitations on governmental power and their ability to restrict the movements of people who are asymptomatic and not an articulable threat to anyone. There are many cases over the decades...
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    Re: State Lockdowns

    MY governor is not trying to enforce a statewide lockdown since he has probably been advised that state law does not grant him the authority to do so. To show you the assorted city, county, and...
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    Re: State Lockdowns

    I think the point is that all because there may be a need for such rules, the law does not necessarily support the extreme measures being taken by some jurisdictions. It may be the right thing to do...
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    Re: Shoplifting

    Per the OP they took a picture of their plates. Wal-Mart doesn't physically restrain people - at least, they are not supposed to. My guess, they were considering a call to the police for a report. ...
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    Re: State Lockdowns

    I can't speak to other states, but in CA the patchwork of authorities cited by local governments here have extremely tenuous legal backing to lockdown large swaths of the uninfected population and...
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    Re: State Lockdowns

    I completely agree. If safety and saving lives is how we justify trampling the Constitution, then think of all the safety we can have if we allow unfettered surveillance, ban alcohol and drugs,...
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    Re: Shoplifting

    Brilliant! Pleading stupid! Who'da thunk it! :rolleyes:

    They'd have the OP on video and very likely clearly moving/palming/avoiding scanning/etc. the item(s) in question. I have seen these...
  17. Thread: Crimes Abroad

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    Criminal Records: Re: Crimes Abroad

    No, they do not generally enter into any US database. However, as there are no cookie cutter backgrounds, there's no way to say whether an employer will or will not find out about criminal acts...
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    Re: State Lockdowns

    Nope. Not a hoax. But, some actions taken are of questionable legality.

    These lockdown orders are of dubious legal value and are likely to result in massive litigation in the end since I have...
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    Re: Vehicle Towed Inside Hotel Lot

    Okay, those are your rights regarding the storage/impound and the post storage hearing.

    https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes_displaySection.xhtml?lawCode=VEH&sectionNum=22852

    On the...
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    Re: DMV - Order of Suspension for Uninsured

    All the more reason to request a hearing and speak to an attorney. Unless things have changed in the last 4 1/2 years, you should be able to request the hearing without ponying up details as to WHY...
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    Re: Vehicle Towed Inside Hotel Lot

    Are you sure the vehicle was towed by the Sheriff's Department? Have you called the local Sheriff's station to verify this?

    You will also have to find out the authority (Vehicle Code section)...
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    Re: DMV - Order of Suspension for Uninsured

    Have you filed for the hearing? If not, do so. Filing may hold off the action for a time - especially with DMV offices being closed. They may still be doing telephonic hearings, but maybe not.
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    Sex Offenses: Re: Wrongful Conviction- and I'm the "Victim"

    That doesn't make any sense to me ... there must be another term because "legally unavailable" doesn't cut it. You WERE available if you testified. I suspect they allowed your written statement in...
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    Sex Offenses: Re: Wrongful Conviction- and I'm the "Victim"

    On what grounds is he basing his appeal? Generally, there will be no new evidence (including testimony) permitted in an appeal. If you were allowed to take the stand and testify on your husband's...
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    Hindrance of Civil Rights: Re: Governor Using Lockdown

    And jail staff probably stood outside and issued them tickets if they were transported at all.
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