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Most violent crimes are not murder, but petty, like mugging or homelessness. How high does the police and the judges usually place these on their priority list?

Mugging hurts shoppers and commuters. Homelessness invites violent attacks on the homeless or generates pick pocketing and more mugging.

How are these usually kept in check? Do towns usually fail to keep these numbers down, because they are corrupt or because they are overpopulated or because poverty prevents them from policing their ghettos and slums?

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I didn't find the right solution from the internet.


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http://www.usmessageboard.com/threads/how-high-is-violent-but-petty-crime-on-police-priority.582356/


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Markieth Lloyd killed his pregnant girlfriend and went in the run. An Orange Country Sheriff got wind of the possibility that Mr.Lloyd was seen at a Walmart store. She went to investigate an Lloyd killed her execution style.

Now he has been caught and there is an idiot left wing, George Soros supported Attorney General for Orange County who refuses to seek the death penalty which is the law in Florida.

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I didn't find the right solution from the internet.


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http://www.usmessageboard.com/threads/why-democrats-should-not-be-allowed-to-work-in-the-justice-system.580481/


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Law School Admissions / The Most Dangerous Superstition
« Last post by donnieclark1 on June 16, 2017, 04:26:33 AM »
So you want a world where everyone just does whatever he wants?!?!"

Every once in a while I hear someone say this, in response to the idea of a society that doesn't recognize the "authority" of any ruling class. What makes this concern extra amusing is that "a world where everyone just does whatever he wants" is what has always been, and always will be. It's completely unavoidable.
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I didn't find the right solution from the internet.


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http://www.usmessageboard.com/threads/the-most-dangerous-superstition.584342/


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Law School Admissions / Why one lawyer keeps a gun in his desk
« Last post by donnieclark1 on June 16, 2017, 04:23:57 AM »
Nengmy Vang, the man suspected of gunning down Quirt Sann at her law office on March 22, was in the midst of divorce proceedings with his wife, whom Quirt Sann represented. Vang also allegedly killed two of his wife’s co-workers and a detective before being injured in a standoff with police.
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I didn't find the right solution from the internet.


References:


http://www.usmessageboard.com/threads/why-one-lawyer-keeps-a-gun-in-his-desk.584207/


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Black Law Students / How easy is it to transfer a computer to another case?
« Last post by donnieclark1 on June 16, 2017, 12:40:01 AM »
How easy would it be to take all the parts from my current pc and put in a new case? I know it's pretty simple to do but is there any dangers to it? Feel free to give me any tips and tricks when selecting a new case and for when moving my components into the new one.
Isn't complicated, just make you sure that you are discharged of static current when you start to transfer the components.
Yes that will work i always touch a light switch before i touch my computer the light switch is grounded threw the electric wireing in your house which is the best way to discharge static electricity.
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Black Law Students / How do I submit a Transfer of Ownership
« Last post by donnieclark1 on June 16, 2017, 12:38:25 AM »
Avid provides a process for transferring pre-owned products (includes both software licensing and hardware).  Transfer of ownership will ensure that the product is listed under your name, provide software downloads where available, entitle you to participate in applicable Software Upgrades or Avid Hardware Exchange Programs, and to acquire certain repair services for your hardware (repair fees may apply).

To transfer pre-owned Avid Audio (or older Digidesign) product, you will need to submit a completed Transfer of Ownership Form. You may download the form (in .pdf format) by clicking on the link at the bottom of this page.
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Black Law Students / Important Note on UAD device transfer limits
« Last post by donnieclark1 on June 16, 2017, 12:36:43 AM »
Once you fill out the transfer form and submit it your hardware (and plug-ins if you choose to transfer your plugins ) will transfer to the new account within 2-3 working days.
The maximum UAD hardware one system can accommodate is six UAD devices. To prevent the fraudulent sale/misuse of UAD products, Universal Audio limits the UAD hardware transfer quantity out of one account to five UAD devices.
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Black Law Students / How To Transfer Ownership of UAD
« Last post by donnieclark1 on June 16, 2017, 12:34:25 AM »
When a UAD-2 or Apollo device is sold second-hand, the current owner will need to fill out the “Transfer” form to transfer ownership of the device to the new owner. To fill out the transfer form, the current owner must first log in to their UA account at www.uaudio.com and then go to the "My UA Hardware" page. This page is accessed by clicking on the "My Account" link in the top right corner of the site, and then selecting "My UA Hardware" from the menu on the left side of the page.
This will take you to the My UA Hardware page which displays all the UAD-2/Apollo devices and plug-ins registered in the account, arranged by System. Click the "Transfer device(s) from this system" link under the System you want to transfer out of.
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Law School Admissions / Re: Doing Worse on Second LSAT? Should I Cancel?
« Last post by loki13 on June 15, 2017, 06:47:34 AM »
So, first some general thoughts.

The LSAT is, in part, an aptitude test. That means that no matter how much you prepare, no matter how much you study, there will be a ceiling to your performance. I say this with caveats; like any standardized test, you can get a few points by understanding test-taking strategies. You can be more comfortable with standardized tests. On the LSAT, in particular, people can increase their LG scores to a certain point by understanding how they work. But once you get past that point, you quickly hit diminishing returns. It's my experience (both having taken the test and done very well and having tutored individuals to take the test) that most people perform optimally, with preparation, the first time. Sometimes the second time. If you keep studying and re-taking the test, you'll burn out, because there is a limit to how much you'll prepare for it.

A 162 is a fine score. It's ... low for T14. But certainly doable for GULC (Geogetown) and the like. Apply to several and see what happens! As for the second test- it depends on your comfort level.

Please note that due to a nearly decade-old change in ABA policy, different schools have different policies regarding multiple LSAT scores. You can look them up! The usual rule is that they will take the highest score, but it varies ... and policies get a little wonky with some of the T14. I know that many top schools view taking the LSAT more than twice as a not-great signal.
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