Taylor's dismissial motion denied

Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by vicjagger, Apr 4, 2006.

  1. vicjagger

    vicjagger Well-Known Member

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  2. Ken

    Ken Well-Known Member

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    Nice.

    He needs to be put through the ringer.
     
  3. sacase

    sacase Well-Known Member

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  4. theogt

    theogt Surrealist Zone Supporter

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    I'll take that bet. If they're witnesses it goes to credibility.
     
  5. ravidubey

    ravidubey Active Member

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    NFL zone...
     
  6. Canadian BoyzFan

    Canadian BoyzFan Well-Known Member

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    Go to jail, go directly to jail and do not pass GO an do not collect $200.
     
  7. CowboysFaninDC

    CowboysFaninDC Well-Known Member

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  8. AbeBeta

    AbeBeta Well-Known Member

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    ogt is likely correct. admissible as it is relevant
     
  9. hipfake08

    hipfake08 Well-Known Member

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    So what the lawyer is saying is If you have ever been arrested. Someone can assult you. And not be charged. :lmao2: :lmao2: :lmao2: :lmao2:
     
  10. justme

    justme New Member

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    No offense but you're missing the point. Going by what you're saying, if anyone claims you've committed a crime -- and their is literally no other evidence that supports their claim other than the testimony of the accusers -- and they have significant motivation to see you prosecuted, you are, by default, guilty? If this is all that the prosecution is relying on to prosecute Taylor, the reputability of the accuser's is COMPLETELY relevant.
     
  11. sacase

    sacase Well-Known Member

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    Actually it won't be, the reason is that they have only been arrested and accused of a crime that has happened AFTER the Taylor incident. Inadmissable since they have not been found guilty yet.
     
  12. peplaw06

    peplaw06 That Guy

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    Yep, they have to actually be convicted first... at least according to Federal Rules of Evidence. They're only witnesses. Florida may have slightly different rules, but typically this is inadmissible, unless they lied about it in a deposition or some other statement under oath before. Then they could be impeached on the stand.
     

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