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purple hayes
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PostPosted: 10/14/02 - 09:06    Post subject: How can you screw up so bad so early in life?
My boss' nephew just got busted this weekend for...
  1. DUI
  2. possission of Marijuana
  3. hit and run*
  4. underage drinking
  5. open container
  6. curfew violation
  7. and one other thing


* hit and run is being disputed but the other 6 charges are pretty much open and shut cases. All this and before the age of 18.
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PostPosted: 10/14/02 - 09:09    Post subject:
Up here in PA he would loose his license for drinking even without being in a car.

Blame the Gansta Rap
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PostPosted: 10/14/02 - 09:15    Post subject: Re: How can you screw up so bad so early in life?
purple hayes wrote:
My boss' nephew just got busted this weekend for...
  1. DUI
  2. possission of Marijuana
  3. hit and run*
  4. underage drinking
  5. open container
  6. curfew violation
  7. and one other thing


* hit and run is being disputed but the other 6 charges are pretty much open and shut cases. All this and before the age of 18.


What's the one other thing? The hit and run probably got him busted. Shouldn't have done that.
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PostPosted: 10/14/02 - 09:15    Post subject:
He's screwed here in GA too. GA's got some super tough under age laws that went into effect in 2001.
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PostPosted: 10/14/02 - 09:19    Post subject: Re: How can you screw up so bad so early in life?
akern wrote:
What's the one other thing? The hit and run probably got him busted. Shouldn't have done that.


I don't know what the other thing is. The hit and run is this: He was arguing with a guy in a residential neighborhood after the guy yelled at him to slow down in his in his neighborhood and young punk decided to tell the guy to f*$*&$ off. Young punk claims that the guy kicked his car but the guy says that young punk ran into him.

Either way, what really got him good was coming back to the scene of the crime where the police were after eating breakfast.
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PostPosted: 10/14/02 - 09:39    Post subject:
TriBob wrote:
Up here in PA he would loose his license for drinking even without being in a car.

Blame the Gansta Rap



---if charged with the drinking
usually at the trial it is dropped to disorderly conduct and highest fine
because the kid is usually and i quote "a good kid who made a bad mistake" most judges buy it kid gets a break on first shot

but you are correct though according to the law
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because the kid is usually and i quote "a good kid who made a bad mistake" most judges buy it kid gets a break on first shot


He rear-ended a school bus full of kids one morning about 6 months ago. No injuries, but not exactly the text book definition of a good kid.
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PostPosted: 10/14/02 - 10:12    Post subject:
TriBob wrote:
Up here in PA he would loose his license for drinking even without being in a car.

Blame the Gansta Rap


Actually this could be traced back to Huey Lewis's 1986 smash "I Want a New Drug..."
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PostPosted: 10/14/02 - 10:19    Post subject: Re: How can you screw up so bad so early in life?
akern wrote:
What's the one other thing? The hit and run probably got him busted. Shouldn't have done that.
If that other thing was a tburt computer created tag for his car, it'll be bigtime trouble.
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PostPosted: 10/14/02 - 10:19    Post subject: Re: How can you screw up so bad so early in life?
jrjo wrote:
akern wrote:
What's the one other thing? The hit and run probably got him busted. Shouldn't have done that.
If that other thing was a tburt computer created tag for his car, it'll be bigtime trouble.


LOL
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PostPosted: 10/14/02 - 10:22    Post subject:
purple hayes wrote:
rtpd113 wrote:
because the kid is usually and i quote "a good kid who made a bad mistake" most judges buy it kid gets a break on first shot


He rear-ended a school bus full of kids one morning about 6 months ago. No injuries, but not exactly the text book definition of a good kid.



how old
under 18 likely a slap on the wrist and he will lose license for while and not have criminal record
over 18 he is screwed
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PostPosted: 10/14/02 - 10:27    Post subject:
He's 17 for a few more weeks.
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PostPosted: 10/14/02 - 11:59    Post subject:
unless he is charged as an adult
he will get off basically with a slap on the wrist
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PostPosted: 10/14/02 - 15:20    Post subject:
Georgia has a zero tolerance law for those under 21. And I think he covered the bases there. If he lives in your neck of the woods he is quickly going to become dependant on others until he is 21.
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PostPosted: 10/14/02 - 15:23    Post subject:
peaches wrote:
Georgia has a zero tolerance law for those under 21. And I think he covered the bases there. If he lives in your neck of the woods he is quickly going to become dependant on others until he is 21.
I think he lives in Fulton Co., but I'm not sure. I also just remembered that his older sister (20) got a DUI about 6 months ago.
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