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Old 02-27-2009, 12:14 AM
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no school today. but tomorrows friday
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Old 02-27-2009, 01:50 AM
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I got arrested for fighting and did no time at all. It was simple assault.

For the record, the other guy swung first. I just swung last.
"simple assault" is misdemeanor assault ,
and he didn't press charges and You didn't kick his ass too bad then. (the state usually picks up charges if you need any medical help)

Any fight with a broken nose, blood, any injury, etc... Can be felony assault.

trust the resident felon on this.

If you were arrested, and charged, what was the sentence?
If you weren't charged and sentenced, its because the state lets the victim choose to press charges in misdemeanor assault cases.
In felony assualt cases the state picks up charges.

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Old 02-27-2009, 01:55 AM
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In Jersey it's a misdeanor if you hit um with your fists ;)


If no one saw it happen it's his word against yours. If this kid is the stab you type other people already know it too. Roxy here is more credible then this douche.
In every state it is, unless you hurt them.

If you break a nose, felony assault.
any fight that ends in them needing medical help, felony assault.

and any time you hit them and they choose to press charges, misdemeanor assault.
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Old 02-27-2009, 04:24 AM
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In every state it is, unless you hurt them.

If you break a nose, felony assault.
any fight that ends in them needing medical help, felony assault.

and any time you hit them and they choose to press charges, misdemeanor assault.
I'll go one more from Jersey for you.


If you press charges your a {expletive for vagina}
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Old 02-27-2009, 04:34 AM
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I'll go one more from Jersey for you.


If you press charges your a {expletive for vagina}
lol

I agree, but it still happens all the time.
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Old 02-27-2009, 12:35 PM
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The police arrested both of us and we both agreed not to press charges. So now, if I fill out an application and it says "Have you ever been arrested?", I have to answer "yes". If it says "Have you ever been convicted?", I can answer "no".

This guy hit me in the side of the face when I wasn't looking. (I was looking towards a friend of his that he yelled out too. His friend was approaching from across the parking lot with a baseball bat.) I think he expected to knock me out. When I turned to look at him, he got this expression of surprise on his face and turned to run. I tackled him and hit him in the face/head a couple times. Then I heard the sirens so I jumped up and he took off running. When the police arrived, I told them what happened. They found the other guy and arrested both of us. The dude with the bat wasn't found. It was an apartment complex and he apparently went inside one of the apartments. I didn't know him or where he lived.
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Old 02-27-2009, 12:48 PM
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The police arrested both of us and we both agreed not to press charges. So now, if I fill out an application and it says "Have you ever been arrested?", I have to answer "yes". If it says "Have you ever been convicted?", I can answer "no".

This guy hit me in the side of the face when I wasn't looking. (I was looking towards a friend of his that he yelled out too. His friend was approaching from across the parking lot with a baseball bat.) I think he expected to knock me out. When I turned to look at him, he got this expression of surprise on his face and turned to run. I tackled him and hit him in the face/head a couple times. Then I heard the sirens so I jumped up and he took off running. When the police arrived, I told them what happened. They found the other guy and arrested both of us. The dude with the bat wasn't found. It was an apartment complex and he apparently went inside one of the apartments. I didn't know him or where he lived.
I think I've seen this before
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8R9GiLImSw
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Old 02-27-2009, 12:57 PM
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I think I've seen this before
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8R9GiLImSw
Gayest "gang" ever.
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Old 02-27-2009, 01:01 PM
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Gayest "gang" ever.
Yeah, I've been al over the West Side and nobody dance fights anymore...
Of course the irony is that the Chelsea neighborhood (the largest NYC gay community) has been growing and within the next 10 years will occupy part of Hell's Kitchen. Then, let the dance-fights begin!
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Old 02-27-2009, 01:02 PM
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You guys should know that being a criminal and breaking the law is absolutely nothing to be proud of. Anyone who has been arrested and is guilty of their crimes should be ashamed of them, rather then comparing notes, or whatever.

IMO Law breakers are not citizens, they are criminals, why arent criminals Citizens? because A citizen is not only defined by where they live/come from/were born/heratage....but also by what Law Governs them. Through off the law, and you are no longer an American Citizen.
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