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Old 07-08-2010, 04:46 PM   #201
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He may or may not be guilty. Just because he plead out doesn't make him guilty (although those were some peculiar circumstances). Deferred adjudication is similar to torture in the medieval days. The whole point of torture was to get a confession and everyone would confess just to make it stop. DA and reduced time for guilty pleas is the same. You either confess, take a little probation or reduced sentence, or face many years in the animal house. It works and that is why it is offered to a lot of people. Most people take it even if they are innocent. Because the alternative, just like continued torture, is a nightmare. I've taken it and it wasn't that big of a deal. I had a friend who got offered 2.5 years for a guilty plea, but he was innocent so he took it to trial. "There is no way they can prove me to be guilty because I am innocent," is what he said. Two months later he received a guilty verdict and the judge gave him 15 years.
this is some real chit.....wow 15.

I hope other can understand how crazy the system is and stop judging the guy as guilty because of hersay and what a guy with a uniform reported
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Old 07-08-2010, 04:46 PM   #202
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Ok people name the facts what we know!
or what we have heard...
1. Multiple bike in different peoples names
2. LoJack sent Cops to his house
3.No person came forward to claim the bike. (just a name)


what else

also mark the positives
1.
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why didnt anyone claim the bike?
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Ok people name the facts what we know!
or what we have heard...
1. Multiple bike in different peoples names
2. LoJack sent Cops to his house
3.No person came forward to claim the bike. (just a name)


what else

also mark the positives
1.
He got off with probation
2. This has provided me with at least 45 minutes of entertainment
3. Made me feel better about my day
4. He is a skinny midget
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He got off with probation
2. This has provided me with at least 45 minutes of entertainment
3. Made me feel better about my day
4. He is a skinny midget
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Cons...
1. Multiple bike in different peoples names
2. LoJack sent Cops to his house
3.No person came forward to claim the bike. (just a name)
4 loudr6 obv stated in first post he knows of bike thieves and tried to warn us...He provided us with this info just a FYI with nothing to gain



Pros....
1. He got off with probation
2. This has provided me with at least 45 minutes of entertainment
3. Made me feel better about my day
4. He is a skinny midget

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Hey thanks so much for saying what I do and dont know about our lovely system. Like I said dont fool yourself and speak for others that you have no idea about.

Cause I hear what yall are saying and I am not saying it isnt that way, but why plead if you are not guilty. I could careless what they say there going to do to you if your found guilty if you go to trial.

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What I don't understand is how, if some one stills a horse or any agricultural farm animal from your property in the state of texas you can hang them, but why cant they pass a law for bikes too? Its like our horse but more modern. Lol

Wish we could hang those . It costs us money to buy our toys to see them stripped in peoples garage getting sold for parts
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What I don't understand is how, if some one steals a horse or any agricultural farm animal from your property in the state of texas you can hang them, but why cant they pass a law for bikes too? Its like our horse but more modern. Lol

Wish we could hang those . It costs us money to buy our toys to see them stripped in peoples garage getting sold for parts
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Hey thanks so much for saying what I do and dont know about our lovely system. Like I said dont fool yourself and speak for others that you have no idea about.

Cause I hear what yall are saying and I am not saying it isnt that way, but why plead if you are not guilty. I could careless what they say there going to do to you if your found guilty if you go to trial.

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Ok, its understandable if you have a bike vin grinded and if cops get there and it realy ain't urs but a customers then y not call the guy and say" hey cops r here something wrong w ur bike" but no u stay quiet and tell the cops nothing? Occuared. Y stand up for a so called customers bike u might only be doing an oil change on? And again they said multiply bikes had no vins. So wat? All customers took u bikes and tat didn't seem strange to him.

Sorry guys I do little work on bikes of my garage and change tires. Some here know who I am, but if a bike comes to my house to swap a motor or change a lot of parts, w out the bike been wrecked its gonna come to my sense that its most likely stolen and he want to change those parts as well as I would check see if the vin is clear as in no mods done to it or no vin at all if the bike is going to stay over night.

Sorry to seem like a snitch but is a guy comes to my house to change a part and drops the bike off and later cops show up in my door saying there's a stolen bike I would handed over and call u saying ur bikes ready so when u pick it up the cops deal w u. I won't take heat for noone like that
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Ok, its understandable if you have a bike vin grinded and if cops get there and it realy ain't urs but a customers then y not call the guy and say" hey cops r here something wrong w ur bike" but no u stay quiet and tell the cops nothing? Occuared. Y stand up for a so called customers bike u might only be doing an oil change on? And again they said multiply bikes had no vins. So wat? All customers took u bikes and tat didn't seem strange to him.

Sorry guys I do little work on bikes of my garage and change tires. Some here know who I am, but if a bike comes to my house to swap a motor or change a lot of parts, w out the bike been wrecked its gonna come to my sense that its most likely stolen and he want to change those parts as well as I would check see if the vin is clear as in no mods done to it or no vin at all if the bike is going to stay over night.

Sorry to seem like a snitch but is a guy comes to my house to change a part and drops the bike off and later cops show up in my door saying there's a stolen bike I would handed over and call u saying ur bikes ready so when u pick it up the cops deal w u. I won't take heat for noone like that
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Its not like an investigation led to his arrest. They followed a lojack. If he had stolen the bike it seems like the had the knowledge to find and disable the device. I dont know the guy but I still say its a weak case. I bet he took the deal due to the costs. If they had him nailed he wouldnt have been given the deal. Look at it from that POV.
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thats is true. if someone stole a bike and is a bike theif. The first thing they would do is

A. look for low jack to disable or remove it
B. stash the bike someplace for a couple days if they were unsure if it had lowjack

a real bike theif would bring a bike to their home right off...imo
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True but don't they say there were other bikes as well that were undintifiable because they had no vins?
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yea,cuz Im not gonna explain myself to you


if you wanna see how the system works,let me frame you with a stolen vehicle and see how you turn out
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Its not like an investigation led to his arrest. They followed a lojack. If he had stolen the bike it seems like the had the knowledge to find and disable the device. I dont know the guy but I still say its a weak case. I bet he took the deal due to the costs. If they had him nailed he wouldnt have been given the deal. Look at it from that POV.
I would agree, so why plead out ???


Let see how the system works

1st you get arrested, you go before a judge for probable cause hearing
then you bond out.
within the first week you go back before a judge, he tells you the conditions of bond, you report on average to the bond company and then also to the court probationer, on what is going on with you case. You on average will go to court every 4-6 weeks. Each time you get a reset, eventually 6-12 months later set it for trial, then you go through motion after motion and more resets, each time they give you a sweeter deal, the first time you go to court they tell you jail time and go down each time from there ect.

But that is all in my head, and I am full of it and have no idea what I am talking about, just a bad dream, is it close
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