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Discussion in 'Swamp Gas' started by Number16, Dec 11, 2013.
The test were done that night.
Somebody's looking for attention. PS: That deadspin article is irrelevant.
As opposed to pulling a blood sample 11 months later and then being surprised nothing relevant is in it? No kidding.
The issue is when they actually sent the samples they drew than night off to be tested. And based on the reports, the answer to that appears to be weeks or months later.
You can listen to the 911 call, Casher's interview, etc. at the link below. I don't see Darby's interview yet.
This bolded part from the quote was talking about testing urine samples not blood.
Just because roofies are only found 1% of the time doesn't mean tox reports are useless. It means that roofies are rarely used anymore. I don't even think they are sold in this country anymore.
Darby, Kessler, Jordan, and Weisberg interviews are here.
Uh-huh,. Tell that to the bruises consistent to resisiting on the victim, and then explain why a girl with a steady boyfriend would just have a night of wiold sex with a total stranger she'd never met before, and thene xplain why the officer who attended her claimed her behavior was like someone under the influence of a date rape drug, and then explain the reason why the TPD refused to question Chris Casher when she indicated him and why a certain test for certain date rape drugs weren't even made?
Then of course, you are just forgetting that Winston and Casher had a habit of engaging in orges. Oh no, no chance of a girl getting raped there...
The post was TIC.
Whoever disagreed with this post explain why?
Or perhaps I'll ask this, if I have TRO, can I knowingly wait for whomever I have said TRO where I know they are going to be and then cry foul?
Gotcha, I should have know, your post are always well thought out and on point.
Good lord, if we must to get technical...
Not really--but the person against whom the injunction was entered would probably have a very good chance of having to argue that IN COURT, and their grand relief, would be dismissal of the injunction...after they spent the night in jail.
She'd have some other technical issues to overcome--like more than 6 mos, having elapsed since the incident, no other incidents, why she's in fear of imminent danger...to say nothing of getting it domesticated in NY, on such a short period of time.
Like I said, it was TIC.
I'm not a lawyer (though I did play one in a high school production once), but if I was I think I could probably get my client off if the protected individual was deliberately placing themself in the path of my client just to trigger a violation. I would say in this case that if the accuser willfully went to a place where she could reasonably expect to encounter JW (such as, say, the Heisman Award Ceremony), then the protective order would not be enforceable.
Please see my post just above yours, as I said, missed the TIC....
^^^btw: I'm guessing the 'dislike' or 'disagree', was probably b/c downtown figured it was either TIC, or b/c he understands how easy it is to be set up for violating an injunction, and then having to defend yourself in Court.
Just guess'n though...I'll let downtown clarify.
Sure...but in order to get your client off, you'd have to argue your case to a JUDGE.
That wouldn't happen in front of the Best Buy Center--it would happen in Court...if you're lucky, the next morning. More likely, not until a couple of days later.
Cool. And thanks--though you're being way too generous. I have more than my share of whiffs...
A real judge or a pretend judge? As a pretend lawyer, I don't think it would be fair or reasonable if I had to argue in front of a real judge. He or she would probably spot my BS pretty quickly.
2 small brown bruises R forearm and above left knee , the redness on both knees (below the knee cap) and top of one foot. Are also consistent of a woman who was on top having sex on a hard surface like a bathroom floor.
Please refer to page in the report where an officer claimed a drug influenced behavior. All I have ever seen was the accuser was tired and reported to not remember everything. Not claiming it is not there just that I have not seen it and i have read the SAO report. Page 24-28 state that victim was lucid, cooperative, could clearly communicate but looked tired, not intoxicated.
They didn't test her blood for any drugs other than alcohol. Her urine was used for the drug (non-alcohol) analysis. They did not test her hair for drug analysis, either. Apparently, it was never collected.
^^^just to elaborate on how these cases can be used to screw a cat's day...
A recent client I had came home from work early one day because he was feeling sick. Tried to call wife, but she didn't pick up. He gets home, goes to his bedroom, and sees a dude jump out of his bed, and his wife starts to cover up. Caught her ass cold, cheating like a whore with their neighbor. He called her a whore, and told her to GTFO.
...she had no where to go. ...except to Court. To file for an injunction, where she proceeded to fabricate some colorful story of how violent he'd been, and how he threatened to kill her.
And so my client had 30 mins to collect whatever of his stuff he could, and move in with a friend.
Naturally he beat the injunction.
But she *won*.