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vivalayeo
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7/21/2010 8:48:38 AM
Posted: 6 years ago
show me where this fit's into the american justice system?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk...

Oh you're rich...oh you feel sorry? Oh, ok we didn't mean to upset you. Tell you what, you can just serve 14 day's of your already pathetic sentence. Is it just me or is there some behind the scene's deal's going on?

At the end of the day, everyone is equal in the eye's of the law. No matter how much money, fame or influence you have. If you break the law, you pay the punishment.
cjl
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7/21/2010 8:52:42 AM
Posted: 6 years ago
At 7/21/2010 8:48:38 AM, vivalayeo wrote:
show me where this fit's into the american justice system?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk...

Oh you're rich...oh you feel sorry? Oh, ok we didn't mean to upset you. Tell you what, you can just serve 14 day's of your already pathetic sentence. Is it just me or is there some behind the scene's deal's going on?

At the end of the day, everyone is equal in the eye's of the law. No matter how much money, fame or influence you have. If you break the law, you pay the punishment.

Old news, but yes. he probably offered to be a personal hooker to the judge.
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7/21/2010 9:06:04 AM
Posted: 6 years ago
At 7/21/2010 8:48:38 AM, vivalayeo wrote:
show me where this fit's into the american justice system?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk...

Oh you're rich...oh you feel sorry? Oh, ok we didn't mean to upset you. Tell you what, you can just serve 14 day's of your already pathetic sentence. Is it just me or is there some behind the scene's deal's going on?

At the end of the day, everyone is equal in the eye's of the law. No matter how much money, fame or influence you have. If you break the law, you pay the punishment.:

Most people don't serve much time for double-DUI offenses. The maximum, I believe, is about 30 days without any accidents.
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vivalayeo
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7/21/2010 9:28:14 AM
Posted: 6 years ago
At 7/21/2010 9:06:04 AM, PARADIGM_L0ST wrote:
At 7/21/2010 8:48:38 AM, vivalayeo wrote:
show me where this fit's into the american justice system?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk...

Oh you're rich...oh you feel sorry? Oh, ok we didn't mean to upset you. Tell you what, you can just serve 14 day's of your already pathetic sentence. Is it just me or is there some behind the scene's deal's going on?

At the end of the day, everyone is equal in the eye's of the law. No matter how much money, fame or influence you have. If you break the law, you pay the punishment.:

Most people don't serve much time for double-DUI offenses. The maximum, I believe, is about 30 days without any accidents.

Even so, her sentence was more than 14 day's when it was ruled in court. And now its been reduced?
lovelife
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7/21/2010 9:32:34 AM
Posted: 6 years ago
Society is messed up. People let money be too much of an influence. I'm sure everyone knows that already.
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brian_eggleston
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7/21/2010 9:47:19 AM
Posted: 6 years ago
This news arrived yesterday:

The Conservative Party supporting tycoon Lord Black, who was sentenced to six and a half years imprisonment in America for stealing over $6 million is due to be released on bail pending his appeal. He has served just two years of his sentence.

http://www.bbc.co.uk...

This was announced the same day the leader of the Conservative Party, David Cameron, met President Obama in Washington, by the way.

Perhaps Cameron put a good word in for his old pal? Or perhaps the Americans would have released Lord Black anyway, even if he was just some ordinary guy and not an incredibly wealthy and influential aristocrat?
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PARADIGM_L0ST
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7/21/2010 11:03:03 AM
Posted: 6 years ago
Even so, her sentence was more than 14 day's when it was ruled in court. And now its been reduced?:

Be careful that you aren't advocating the very same thing in reverse. That is, if you were the judge, would you be more harsh because she's rich and thinks she's immune to the law, or would you give everyone the same punishment across the board, regardless of circumstances?
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