Re: Legal Ed 1.01
Ted Burton (tedburtn@CRIS.COM)
Fri, 15 Sep 1995 17:33:17 -0600
And thank you, Hugh!
I spend enough time with these macho-men in the legal process to have
become somewhat zealous, and having not yet been let down by my local
police perhaps find myself prone to accept the police's arrest in the first
place as indicating that there's smoke, because with them where's there's
smoke, there's fire.
>Thank you, Ted, for a clear, concise and illuminating response to my
>queries. I understand the distinction between civil and criminal law
>much better than before your post. However, I would still have a problem
>with acting prior to a decision by some court. Too often claims are made
>which are later disproved. When a chicken cackles, how do we know if she
>is laying or lying? 8-) I don't think we disagree on the necessity of action
>in specific instances, merely on when it should be taken. Obviously I am
>more versed in prudence than jurisprudence.
>As far as court and jury decisions, I could only refer to those in my
>personal experience and they might be exceptions rather than the rule.
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