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Started by J S. Last reply by J S May 21, 2015.
Started by skepticmom. Last reply by shane brooks Jul 2, 2014.
Started by Heather. Last reply by Paul Martin May 7, 2013.
Yeah, definitely a good idea to get the hell out from under their jurisdiction, first.
Joseph, in small town south, the evil web of corruption, deceit, nepotism, gossip, lies and 'good ol' boyism' is so entangled and runs way too deep for lil' ol' me right now. I hope to get back to the city soon when kids get gone. Then and only then would I even consider any unnecessary, involuntary contact with these county courts and/or law enforcement. They all went to high school together and they're all kin to the older folk; you can imagine how well it works.
Heck, you'd have had a lawsuit on your hands, if you had wanted it. Since he's acting as a representative of the state, he's endorsing religion, a clear violation of the First Amendment. Of course you'd want to wait until after your probation is over. Probably well after the statute of limitations, now, so no worries either way.
So true Lynn, claiming to 'find religion' is considered a change for the better by many of our courts. Unfortunately, I found myself on a 6mo probation for a misdemeanor drug charge ~5yrs ago & the P.O. inquired about my status with Gawd & urged me to attend his church at almost every visit. I'm in the rural south so I always politely declined & assured him that I grew up in a xtian home & knew the Lawd quite well (both very much true!).
It depends upon the area. In the Triangle, the Triad, and Charlotte, you may as well be in the north.
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