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She looks suspiciously enough like a former patient that I'm almost afraid to violate HIPAA by posting that fact.

Damn.
 

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This scares me even more.

8/12/2007 7:15:33 AM 8/13/2007 BURNS ALBERT EUGENE 1015 MELROSE PARK PL, LAWRENCEVILLE GA 30044 * POSS OF FIREARM BY CONVICTED FELON $2300 SB

2300$ bond. Amazing.

8/12/2007 11:29:37 PM 8/13/2007 HAERTEL CECIL WILLIAM 927 TERRACE TRACE, LAWRENCEVILLE GA 30044 * POSS OF A WEAPON DURING A CRIME $5600 SB

5600$ bond. Even more amazing.

If those bond $$'s are any indication of the process in Gwinnett I could murder someone in the morning, pay about 10,000$ and be out in time for a late lunch.
 

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foshizzle said:
This scares me even more.

8/12/2007 7:15:33 AM 8/13/2007 BURNS ALBERT EUGENE 1015 MELROSE PARK PL, LAWRENCEVILLE GA 30044 * POSS OF FIREARM BY CONVICTED FELON $2300 SB

2300$ bond. Amazing.

8/12/2007 11:29:37 PM 8/13/2007 HAERTEL CECIL WILLIAM 927 TERRACE TRACE, LAWRENCEVILLE GA 30044 * POSS OF A WEAPON DURING A CRIME $5600 SB

5600$ bond. Even more amazing.

If those bond $$'s are any indication of the process in Gwinnett I could murder someone in the morning, pay about 10,000$ and be out in time for a late lunch.
Well, $5600 for having a knife in your pocket while littering isn't terribly much :p Not saying that's what he did, but it certainly could've been fairly tame.
 

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low bonds

Generally, I think bonds are set too low for most crimes, especially if the person doesn't have firm ties to the community (or even this country, if they're illegal immigrants) and therefore they are a flight risk. On the other hand, depending on what they're charged with, it might not be so bad if they fled Gwinnett County and never came back! Let them be someone else's problem.

As to the items cited above, keep in mind that "possession of a gun by a convicted felon" could include a guy who pawns a deer rifle that he bought 30 years ago and doesn't use anymore, but 20 years ago he bounced a check for his rent and didn't make it good within 10 days after the demand letter was sent to his last known address. That would make him a felon, for the crime of "deposit account fraud." If that's what he did, would you be upset that he got a low bond?

And the "possession of a gun during a felony" usually means somebody had cocaine or meth (even a small quantity for personal use only) in their bedroom and also a gun somewhere in that same room. Or they had the drugs in their car and a gun was somewhere in the car too (it's supposed to be "within arms' reach" for this to be a good charge). The law doesn't require any evidence that the person intended to use the gun to further a drug crime or to use againt law enforcement officers.

P.S. That is surely one scary-looking creature. I've seen prostitutes who look like that. I wonder how many guys would pay to have something like that get intimate with them? Amazingly, many will.
 

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I saw a couple of what I thought were prostitutes downtown yesterday afternoon (Short skirts, high heel stillettos, tight clothes, etc.) but they were really HOT!! :flame:
 

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There needs to be an "eye-bleach" emoticon for this...

This is how I imagine it:

Smiley face (facing forward) turns to horror
turns sideways
lifts bleach jug overhead and points toward eyes
and shakes away until the image is erase
 
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