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Old 07-18-2018, 07:34 PM
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Originally Posted by dr_bw View Post
This is an underappreciated response right here. Someone has been paying attention.
Definitely downplayed.
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Old 07-18-2018, 07:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Dpowe11 View Post


having a college degree is no indication of morals, values or character. Yes I have a degree and most of the time I have the other three as well...
I understand that has nothing to do with morals. It was just that if you put the work in to do it you would think they would stay the course. I understand drugs or any other issues could get in the way of that. I honestly hope the guy makes restitution and turns his life around. Not because I feel sorry for him but his kids will have a much tougher time if this doesn't happen.
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Originally Posted by gundog61 View Post
What happens to the restitution after the insurance pays for the lose?
Any insurance claim paid is deducted from the restitution, so if the victim filed a claim and was paid in full, there is no restitution due, according to the court system. If the victim had some out of pocket expenses as a result of the theft, not covered by insurance, those expenses may be recouped. The restitution form has a section for losses recovered through insurance that are deducted. In this type of situation, it is difficult to say whether filing a claim or pursuing restitution is better. If you have a good idea that the person will pay, the restitution gives the victim and D.A. some leverage in court. It depends on the family, but many defendants have family members who will help with the restitution to keep them out of jail. It isn't fair, but some of the people in the court system consider that your loss was minimized by the claim payment. And by some people, I mean most of them on all sides. Even without restitution, this defendant will likely get a plea to a misdemeanor, suspended sentence, and probation.
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With all due respect to the accused, and I really mean with all due respect...this guy is no meth head. I've seen meth heads, and there is absolutely no way this tub of lard is doing meth on a regular basis. Unless he started at 800 lbs.
Old 07-18-2018, 07:59 PM
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I hear there's this new chocolate meth and its fattening as Crisco.
Old 07-18-2018, 08:21 PM
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Originally Posted by ReelPlumber View Post
Maybe the wife drove the getaway car. ;?
No, no. She's the Trigger Man. That's what she does.
Old 07-18-2018, 08:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Seaquility View Post
Any insurance claim paid is deducted from the restitution, so if the victim filed a claim and was paid in full, there is no restitution due, according to the court system. If the victim had some out of pocket expenses as a result of the theft, not covered by insurance, those expenses may be recouped. The restitution form has a section for losses recovered through insurance that are deducted. In this type of situation, it is difficult to say whether filing a claim or pursuing restitution is better. If you have a good idea that the person will pay, the restitution gives the victim and D.A. some leverage in court. It depends on the family, but many defendants have family members who will help with the restitution to keep them out of jail. It isn't fair, but some of the people in the court system consider that your loss was minimized by the claim payment. And by some people, I mean most of them on all sides. Even without restitution, this defendant will likely get a plea to a misdemeanor, suspended sentence, and probation.
the insurance company has subrogation rights against the thief on any theft claim they pay. Might be squeezing juice from a turnip but if I were the insurer I would file every time. Frankly, it’s BS that the court ordered restitution does not include paying the insurer back. We all pay for this in higher premiums.
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Originally Posted by fundygundy View Post
ya think? check out louisiana's finest..

https://wgno.com/2018/07/16/29-arres...h-heroin-guns/
UGH, Those people are from my neck of the woods. Went to school with some of them and one of them is a classmate's mother. I hope the sheriffs keep up the clean up.
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Now that he has been arrested is any one going to own up to creating the phony lawsuit that was posted?
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guys this is getting off track all technical about restitution, how the law will play out, etc. Lets get this back on track to where the other thread headed. Anyone want to wager what his last meal request will be.....I am gonna guess......fresh triggerfish............

It would be good, now that this has all been substantiated, for some of the family members to weigh in again on this thread and make it great again!
Old 07-19-2018, 08:33 AM
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An arrest and arraignment makes a man guilty not.




but we should get the stake and torches out tho...
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Originally Posted by TheBigWhit View Post
An arrest and arraignment makes a man guilty not.
How about a picture walking out of a garage with fishing rods in both hands and an eyewitness wife . Did we ever get Pics of wife ? , usually that's covered early on as per standard THT practices . I'll review my notes .
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I must have missed that college graduate part. All I saw was a dude in some Bama gear. If it was auburn gear then I would assume that he went there. Bama gear it’s a 1 in 20 chance.
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You only see the aurburn gear if they are having a good season
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Originally Posted by tnhntr View Post
Now that he has been arrested is any one going to own up to creating the phony lawsuit that was posted?
Sock puppets get lost in the rinse cycle.

The Barrister was having trouble crafting cogent thoughts.
Crafting may have been a reach on my part.
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Pretty easy to ID the author. Anybody look at that PDF properties? Notice a name local to the area and not affiliated with Benton?
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Originally Posted by BostonNS View Post
Pretty easy to ID the author. Anybody look at that PDF properties? Notice a name local to the area and not affiliated with Benton?
Good catch. Looks like a former paralegal at another firm?
Old 07-19-2018, 05:57 PM
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Nope
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Originally Posted by bostonns View Post
nope
kaw?
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