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Old 06-16-2010, 05:33 PM   #161
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this is why shops do "work orders". keeps a documented paper trail to cover their . nobody working on a buddys bike in their garage is going to do a work order, nor will they call DPS. thats just ridiculous.
was supposed to read "is NOT going to do a work order...."

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Old 06-16-2010, 06:03 PM   #164
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Old 06-16-2010, 07:00 PM   #165
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this is why shops do "work orders". keeps a documented paper trail to cover their . nobody working on a buddys bike in their garage is going to do a work order, nor will they call DPS. thats just ridiculous.
I agree with you. What I meant was that if someone drops off a bike with me and I feel like something don't add up I run the vin. I Should have been more clear earlier. I would not want this kind of trouble at my home. If one of my friends had put me in this situation I would give them up in a heart beat. They where really not your friend to put you, your business and your home in jeopardy.
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this is why shops do "work orders". keeps a documented paper trail to cover their . nobody working on a buddys bike in their garage is going to do a work order, nor will they call DPS. thats just ridiculous.
Actually this is one of the tricks that sets you apart from other thieves and allows your lawyer to cover your . You might get arrested but with the right lawyers you will beat the case.
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im confused.

who am I suppose to be bashing when I post in this thread?


All I have is heresay to go on and others bashing others for asking questions or hyping the situation...
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Actually this is one of the tricks that sets you apart from other thieves and allows your lawyer to cover your . You might get arrested but with the right lawyers you will beat the case.
im confused. from what ive been told part of the purpose of a work order is to get the owners info, or the person bringing it in for the work to be done. if the shop gets raided, they have the contact info for the authorities to go after, right?
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Yup. Documentation for insurance and for authorities.

If its not accounted for, its not legal. It takes only one incident to drowned a repair shop. Documentation is key
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im confused. from what ive been told part of the purpose of a work order is to get the owners info, or the person bringing it in for the work to be done. if the shop gets raided, they have the contact info for the authorities to go after, right?
Correct, but if somebody gave me false information I can't be held accountable, is the general philosophy there, not in a court of law, not with a good lawyer anyway...You will get arrested, you will deny anything and everything politely, you will bond out and you will be back in business somewhere else in less than a week cause now you gotta pay for this lawyer and whatever resources he needs. He will guarantee you to walk but it will cost. It always does...
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I think that part of the problem from what I'm seeing is that the guy had the bikes at his house, not at a bona fide shop and if you have one stolen bike at your house your fukked period. and its even worse if you run a shop and then get caught with a stolen bike in your house, they atuomatically think your the thief cause its not at your place of business
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didn't have a chance to read the explaination but why would a thief bring a hot bike to a mechanic to work on it?
They wouldn't, but they would drop it off at a fence to be stripped and sold for parts.

Possession of at least three different stolen bikes, from three different owners, at one time in your home garage... Pretty hard to believe that's all just coincidental that his clientèle all happen to be bike thieves and it just happens that this professional service shop manager doesn't have the smarts to get owner info when he's moonlighting and competing with his employer on his own time. I'd say he has a pretty tough row to hoe to convince a jury that he was not guilty of possession of stolen property.

I guess it's statistically possible, but the odds are way out there.
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Old 06-16-2010, 11:17 PM   #173
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i have been to his place before and he actually worked on a bike of mine when i was somewhat new to racing. He has helped me at the track a couple times before as well. Joseph is a good guy and a very honest person. I have bought race parts from him before and he has showed me in his garage. I wouldnt think that if he was doing any kind of "illegal" business he wouldnt have let me in his garage or anywhere near where he lives...

And for everyone that says to run the VIN and get ID before you work on someones bike.... REALLY.... REALLY....... I have worked on a few (10 or so) peoples bikes and never gonna ask for someones ID and definately not gonna call DPS. I have taken a bike to Motorcycles Unlimited and they didnt even write my VIN or get my ID. So if people do that then great cause obviously it didnt help Joseph but 99% of people aint gonna get any info...

Hope all goes well and thanks for helping me and a lot of the community Joseph
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According to the link below (under the "settings" tab), it looks as though he may have taken deferred adjudication. For those of you who haven't been arrested, this is a type of probation offered to first time offenders if they plead guilty to the charges. If you complete your probation the charge goes on your record as an arrest but not a conviction.

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According to the link below (under the "settings" tab), it looks as though he may have taken deferred adjudication. For those of you who haven't been arrested, this is a type of probation offered to first time offenders if they plead guilty to the charges. If you complete your probation the charge goes on your record as an arrest but not a conviction.

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