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    Best part of thanksgiving is the colossal...

    Best part of thanksgiving is the colossal leftovers sandwich to be made on Friday. Layer of turkey, layer of cranberry, layer of stuffing, mashed potaoes, maybe some yams, and ridiculous amounts of...
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    Not really. You won’t find a court anywhere in...

    Not really. You won’t find a court anywhere in the country that says it’s a false statement of fact to say that someone who killed someone is a murderer, even if the killer is acquitted. That’s...
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    Richard Jewell couldn't get restitution from a...

    Richard Jewell couldn't get restitution from a news organization which accused him of being a terrorist, when he actually saved lives and had nothing to do with the bombing. If Jewell couldn't get...
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    Reckless homicide still carries a punishment of...

    Reckless homicide still carries a punishment of up to 60 years. That doesn’t seem likely to me. The “compromise charges” still carry a maximum penalty of more than 12 years. If they all agree that...
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    Yeah but as a Shaman his astral form can leave...

    Yeah but as a Shaman his astral form can leave prison whenever he wants. So he's got that going for him.
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    A mistrial is essentially when some aspect of...

    A mistrial is essentially when some aspect of proper legal procedure gets screwed up to the point that there's no way to fix it and still guarantee that a fair trial can take place. When a mistrial...
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    Mistrial yes. Mistrial with prejudice no.

    Mistrial yes. Mistrial with prejudice no.
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    I thought it was clearly an acquittal but after...

    I thought it was clearly an acquittal but after seeing the jury instructions on the provocation argument the judge is letting in, I think that’s opening the mental door for the jury to consider the...
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    Yep the prosecution tried to get those photos...

    Yep the prosecution tried to get those photos into evidence but were denied by the judge pre trial as well. Character evidence is usually not admissible unless it shows motive rather than action in...
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    The fifth amendment protects you from...

    The fifth amendment protects you from self-incrimination, which means you can't be compelled to give testimony against yourself by the state. During trial this also means that the prosecutors,...
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    It’s not additional charges, its jury...

    It’s not additional charges, its jury instructions about lesser included charges.

    The state needs to ask the court for permission to have the court instruct the jury on any lesser included...
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    I don’t know the context of his first tweet but I...

    I don’t know the context of his first tweet but I agree with the general idea of it. As far as the second tweet goes, I think most people would prefer if politicians just shut the f*ck up about...
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    Again, it’s all just my semi-informed opinion but...

    Again, it’s all just my semi-informed opinion but I do think we would have a better criminal justice system if every judge was as hostile to the prosecution as Rittenhouse's judge is to his...
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    I have been but not really today. The arguments...

    I have been but not really today. The arguments I saw yesterday for him being biased are that he got mad at the prosecutor for violating the defendants' 5th amendment rights, and a 35+ year old hit...
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    A jury verdict isn't setting any kind of legal...

    A jury verdict isn't setting any kind of legal precedent. The law is the law, and it allows someone to use self-defense in various scenarios. So yes we might see more people thinking that they can...
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    Coverdale is the reason Richie Blackmore leaves...

    Coverdale is the reason Richie Blackmore leaves and creates Rainbow, thus introducing everyone to Dio. One of the few band splits where everyone came out of it better. All this classic rock talk, my...
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    Any player that relies heavily on speed is going...

    Any player that relies heavily on speed is going to get the "no feeling" criticism. In the blues world you get criticism of Bonamassa because he plays too many notes. What every player that hates on...
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    Ahh. There is more to Deep Purple than Smoke on...

    Ahh. There is more to Deep Purple than Smoke on the Water. Live version of Burn is great. Lil’ Davey Coverdale and Glen Hughes good stuff.

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    Still arguably the best framework for a...

    Still arguably the best framework for a government that's worked so far, despite being flawed. Fortunately it's built in a way to be corrected. Unfortunately, since government is run by flawed...
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