Friday, May 13, 2011


So my friend who has been facing court got sentenced today. He got 100 months in jail and lifetime probation.

I find this reprehensible. He would have got less time if he had actually molested someone.

The judge said he showed no remorse until now, but that simply isn't true. He got physically ill the day he read the charges. He said how much he regretted what he did, and how he wondered how the actual people in the images were doing, and yet the judge ruled that no one really wondered about the victims.

I have to wonder about the judicial system that after he says how sorry he is, says he hasn't considered the victims.

I feel the judicial system has failed. I find that the judge did not really consider his statement. I find that judge reallt did not consider all the facts, ad that he had a ruling long before he even got up to say a word.

Life stinks, and so does the judge.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

So, here is the outcome of Court

Well, I finished up my case yesterday and had to laugh, which I will tell you at the end of this post.

First of all, I won the argument of whether or not to have the doctor testify. The prosecutor said I did not give notice to have an expert witness. However the judge ruled, that although I may not have filed a notice, that because the reason we did not finish last time was because the doctor could not appear, then the prosecutor had notice.

I also made the prosecutor look like a moron as he kept pushing the fact I had opiates in my urine. Although even the lab results said it was probably given to me in the ambulance. And the doctor even said that it could cause the behavior, it could not have caused the lab results, which would also cause the behavior. It was nice to note that all the witnesses, even the ones for the defense said there was something wrong with me. So at the end of the day, the judge really could not see that I was of sound mind.

So the result was, I was found guilty of careless driving, illegally crossing the median and driving without insurance. I was found not guilty of resisting arrest and obstructing an officer. I had to pay 485.00 in fines, and 12 points on my license. The part that made me laugh, is I would have plead guilty to that at the beginning and took the fines and points if they hadn't tried to keep pushing the probation. So I took two days of the court and prosecutor's time, to get exactly what they could have had without the fight, if they had just thought about it.

Oh well, there is our legal system at work.... or at least that is how I see it now.

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