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LA_Panther

Member Since 10 Dec 2008
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In Topic: Bucs (0-2) @ Falcons (1-1) Game Thread

Yesterday, 11:26 PM

just got home and saw the score.... smh ... bucs you fuggin b1tc'hes

In Topic: Cam Newton is the sensei of nicknames

Yesterday, 04:38 PM

lol


In Topic: Leave your Hardy jerseys at home

Yesterday, 12:10 PM

Thanks Dad.

 

Toffee fan :-) COYB


In Topic: Leave your Hardy jerseys at home

Yesterday, 11:52 AM

This thread makes me want to go out and buy a Hardy jersey just to wear to the game to piss the OP off. 

 

Yeah I'm that petty sometimes.

 

Me too 

 

I wanna impulsively buy one. 


In Topic: The Greg Hardy thread....for everything Hardy related

Yesterday, 11:36 AM

this michael crowell guy, with a harvard law degree, disagrees with you.

 

“it is as if the case had been brought there originally and there had been no previous trial.” State v. Sparrow, 276 N.C. 499, 507 (1970). 

 

The appeal to superior court, unlike an appeal to the Court of Appeals or Supreme Court, is not an appeal on the record. It is not an appeal based on error in the district court; it is an appeal of right. The appeal is available even if the defendant pled guilty in district court. “It is a new trial as a matter of absolute right from the beginning to the end. It totally disregards the plea, trial, verdict, and judgment of the District Court.” State v. Brooks, 287 N.C. 392, 405 (1975).

 

http://nccriminallaw...unc.edu/?p=4288

 

http://www.sog.unc.edu/user/42

 

do you have a harvard law degree?

 

What's happening to Hardy is a travesty


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