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  1. Passing a School Bus: Re: What Do You Do if You Are Charged of Passing a School Bus, but Didn't Do It

    Your attempt to harass and censor isn't working...but carry on little troll.
  2. Passing a School Bus: Re: What Do You Do if You Are Charged of Passing a School Bus, but Didn't Do It

    The word "unreasonable" carries a lot of weight. It just happens to be a word that cannot describe every situation. Like: A motorist must operate his vehicle 'safely.' Safe' for one person may not be...
  3. Passing a School Bus: Re: What Do You Do if You Are Charged of Passing a School Bus, but Didn't Do It

    When it comes to wording our laws, Constitution, Bill of Rights, etc, every word carried a lot of weight. Why is it more appropriate to say "presumption of innocence until proven guilty" over...
  4. Passing a School Bus: Re: What Do You Do if You Are Charged of Passing a School Bus, but Didn't Do It

    Thanks for the heads up. I'll try to ignore him too. :)
  5. Passing a School Bus: Re: What Do You Do if You Are Charged of Passing a School Bus, but Didn't Do It

    Then you should admit that your first three sentences are wrong. In that, a guilty verdict does not mean a person is no longer innocent.
  6. Passing a School Bus: Re: What Do You Do if You Are Charged of Passing a School Bus, but Didn't Do It

    Oh, that hurts. But don't worry. I won't respond to your dumb thoughts anymore.
  7. Passing a School Bus: Re: What Do You Do if You Are Charged of Passing a School Bus, but Didn't Do It

    It was you that asked the dumb question.
  8. Passing a School Bus: Re: What Do You Do if You Are Charged of Passing a School Bus, but Didn't Do It

    Why are you asking me your dumb question? I never said it was a law, rather a commonly known phrase that nearly every human being is familiar with and thinks our justice system is based upon. But not...
  9. Passing a School Bus: Re: What Do You Do if You Are Charged of Passing a School Bus, but Didn't Do It

    This is a common, yet inherently flawed phrase because 'proven guilty' does not negate one's innocence. It could just a easily be 'innocent in spite of being proven guilty.'

    It is a legal term...
  10. Passing a School Bus: Re: What Do You Do if You Are Charged of Passing a School Bus, but Didn't Do It

    We finally agree. That "proven guilty" does not mean a person did the crime. It means he has to do the time. :) And it does not mean the decision/vote is based in truth.

    But still, "voted...
  11. Passing a School Bus: Re: What Do You Do if You Are Charged of Passing a School Bus, but Didn't Do It

    Your stalking and harassing of me doesn't seem to be working. But have fun with it. :)

    Unlike you, I have never broken a forum rule.
  12. Passing a School Bus: Re: What Do You Do if You Are Charged of Passing a School Bus, but Didn't Do It

    The term "proven guilty" is a fallacy used by folks who wish to bolster our justice system. A person in actually voted guilty by one, three or twelve people.

    One is rarely "proven guilty" unless...
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