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    Re: lost in the hub bub


    The issue isn't about susoicsion of DUI .its about probation voilation .In most cases where drugs or alcohol are involved you cant take drugs and have any alcohol.So this isn't about he DUI its about did he break probation.

     
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    Re: lost in the hub bub

    In response to russgriswold's comment:

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    The issue isn't about susoicsion of DUI .its about probation voilation .In most cases where drugs or alcohol are involved you cant take drugs and have any alcohol.So this isn't about he DUI its about did he break probation.

     



    Hey, how come RKrap and Fat Virgin in his basement aren't focusing on your typo? lol

     

    He would have to be found guilty of DUI and go right to jail (for probation to be revoked), if he is to have the probation revoked.

    Otherwise, why was he arrested again?  He has to be found guilty for DUI for the probation to be revoked. An arrest does not revoke the probation. Learn the law before commenting. Or at least ask a question before acting like you know something.

    Being incorrectly arrested for a crime or a misdemeanor you never committed is not a violation of a probation.

    In fact, if he does get off, which it appears he would have to without any evidence, that's two times he was approached by a Lincoln PD officer (one in plain clothes) and one apparently also being overly aggressive, for things he didn't do wrong.

    Hmm.

     



    He doesn't need to beconvicted of the DUI for a probation voilation,all it matters is did he break the terms of it.

     As for the Plain clothes officer  According to police reports which have been posted  on here states that the cop told  Dennard to leave 2 times before  the incindent happened which then in proceeded to approch him .So he knew he was a cop cause he spoke to him ealier.

      Now I dont think hes going away,rarely do they do that on a 1st probation violation if they find he did violate it.

     
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    Re: lost in the hub bub

    In response to russgriswold's comment:

     

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    The issue isn't about susoicsion of DUI .its about probation voilation .In most cases where drugs or alcohol are involved you cant take drugs and have any alcohol.So this isn't about he DUI its about did he break probation.

     

     



    Hey, how come RKrap and Fat Virgin in his basement aren't focusing on your typo? lol

     

     

    He would have to be found guilty of DUI and go right to jail (for probation to be revoked), if he is to have the probation revoked.

    Otherwise, why was he arrested again?  He has to be found guilty for DUI for the probation to be revoked. An arrest does not revoke the probation. Learn the law before commenting. Or at least ask a question before acting like you know something.

    Being incorrectly arrested for a crime or a misdemeanor you never committed is not a violation of a probation.

    In fact, if he does get off, which it appears he would have to without any evidence, that's two times he was approached by a Lincoln PD officer (one in plain clothes) and one apparently also being overly aggressive, for things he didn't do wrong.

    Hmm.

     

     




    Once again, you are TOTALLY wrong!

     

    Please get an education and do your homework before commenting on things you know nothing about.

    What Are My Rights At A "Probation Violation" Hearing?

    It is important to note that probation violations are typically tried under a "preponderance of the evidence" standard, where the prosecutor must show only that it is more likely than not that the probationer violated the terms of his probation. There have been many cases where a person's probation was violated for engaging in new criminal activity, despite the fact that he was acquitted of the new charge, or was in fact never charged with a new offense.

    Not only can he go to jail after the hearing, but he can be sentenced to the WHOLE TWO YEARS!  UGH!

    http://www.expertlaw.com/library/criminal/sentences.html

     
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    Re: lost in the hub bub

    In response to rkarp's comment:

    1) you spelled no incorrectly. I thought your IQ was 152?

    2) I posted at 7:28, you posted at 7:25. We clearly typed at the same time, but I checked my spelling

    3) Go brush your teeth



    Bwahahahahahaha!!!

     
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    Re: lost in the hub bub

    In response to russgriswold's comment:

    Maybe you shoul show some courtesy



    This is like satan telling somebody they shouldn't be a bad influence.

     
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    Re: lost in the hub bub

    This info certainly was lost in the hub bub. 

    Thanks for posting it.

     
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    This info certainly was lost in the hub bub. 

    Thanks for posting it.

     



    I simply thought it interesting that everyone thought the hearing was on July 31st. Why was it changed to July 24th?

     

    The other tid bid lost in the news of yesterday was the Fanene case...while Rusty has been counting the Fanene claw back like it was his own money, the NFLPA is challenging the ruling, and has called for the dismisal of the doctor for emailing info to the Pats



    Could be a case that the judge looked at the info he was given and determined there wasn't enough cause that Dennard was in violation of his probation as stated by the probation (different probations have different sets of rules) and stayed the ruling till it's proven Dennard violated the probation through conviction. Unlike in MA, some judges actually think about the costs associated with these probation hearings and instead of going through the motion just to waste money looked at the case before the hearing and decided there just wasn't enough there at this time. This use to happen in NH all the time, it was actually part of the judges job to glance over probation hearing documents to check to make sure there was reasonable enough justification to even have the hearing in the first place

     
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    Re: lost in the hub bub

    This board is getting as superficial and immature as the Celtics baord.  I suspect some of the people are the same with different handles...  

    Just top the stupid name calling and personal flaming and stick to talk about the Patriots.  Just ignore the trolls and flamers.  They feed off your negative attention.  

    That said, I suspect that the main issue with Dennard will be that LE asked him several times to take the breathalizer and he repeatedly didn't breath into it to register results.  I don't know about Neb, but in MA if you refuse the breathalizer, then you are automatically guilty by default.  Be interesting to see how high powered Attys deal with that, if in fact my assessment is correct.   

     
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    Re: lost in the hub bub

    In response to russgriswold's comment:

    If I am Dennard, I don't return to racist Lincoln, NE until at least well after my career is over.



    White cops arresting black guys does not make them racist.

    What about this arrest?

    Or this one?

     

     
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    Re: lost in the hub bub

    Typically if you don't blow hard enough or blow a lot of spit it's implied consent.  They warn you to blow harder and if you don't its looked as not cooperating. There's a technical police term for it,but implied consent isn't an admission of guilt, it's guilt by default.  

    The reason most people take the implied consent is to avoid the "aggravated" DUI charge which is much more severe to ones wallet and drivers license. 

     


    Now you got the easy part done telling me about it.

    Does that handshaped bruise on your back hurt?

     
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