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Discussion in 'Main Sports Forum' started by GatorJ, Jan 14, 2020.
Think Lisa Scottoline (sp?) deals with that as a serious issue in one or more of her novels.
I know he's mentioned practicing in criminal law, but which side of it, I can't say (though the many start out as a prosecutor before switching over to defense work). Either way: giving money to someone for playing well isn't a crime. A law enforcement officer can't write down "he violated NCAA regulation xxx" on the charging document. It would definitely be grounds for a wrongful arrest lawsuit if one did.
Hmmmm.... quite a few "too Catholic" criminal defense liars who seem to have little difficulty excusing any crime no matter how heinous. Popes and bishops with the responsibility of punishing pedophile priests seem to be of the same ilk. Ive been working for a nonprofit since shortly after 9/11. Ive said that probably 10,000 times.
Thanks, Evie. I will take notes.
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OBJ was hoping he’d get arrested. Handcuffed and manhandled by a dude in a uniform with the prospect of actually becoming a wide receiver in a holding cell is his ultimate fantasy.
Are they all in prison yet for this heinous crime? Asking for an ex Marine Corps desk jockey.
Source: Slapped cop not seeking charges for OBJ
You say a lot of stupid chit, but your most recent schtick takes the cake. I did multiple combat tours in the Marines...you did, what, exactly? The keyboard cowboys who like to run their mouths are usually the ones who did the least.
An unappreciated field of endeavor, sir.
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