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Ed Oliver Arrested DWI

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1 hour ago, C.Biscuit97 said:

Really stupid especially now.  A lot of holier than thou types though.  I did a study and 87.49% of fans drive drunk home from Bills games.

 

Hopefully,  this is wake up call and it never happens again.  

I doubt even 50% of the people in the stadium even drove there,  they are likely a passenger in another vehicle. Then you have minors or under  21 that could easily be 13% of the fans at the game. I have been to many NFL games and have never once driven home drunk. I am sure many people do drive to and back from the game intoxicated, but 87% seems impossible. 

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1 hour ago, Bill from NYC said:

I only meant that in NYC, you didn't arrest a person for DWI and then hand him additional summonses. All charges got processed at arraignment. For instance, if he was initially pulled over for a bad tail light, that was an additional charge, not a paper summons.

 

Interesting. In Florida, I load up my DUIs with every ticket I can think of. They usually end up getting dismissed in the plea, but it allows me to give out more warnings to regular law abiding types in traffic stops..

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2 hours ago, LeviF91 said:

Lol called it @Gugny @Mike in Horseheads

 

 

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Not quite sure what this means, but some G2 be appreciated. 
 

BTW, heading to a friends house for drinks and dinner, roadie for the drive over! 

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9 hours ago, njbuff said:

Ryan Leaf was arrested for domestic battery.

Wait a minute. This COVID lockdown stuff is really out of hand if we can't bring those things home.  What if there was a power outage and he needed a flashlight?

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17 hours ago, RyanC883 said:

any update on this.  did the blood test results come back/public?

 

Likely higher than his 0.wonderlic...

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1 hour ago, Mr. WEO said:

 

Likely higher than his 0.wonderlic...

 

I just looked it up since i wondered, he scored a 20.

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17 minutes ago, JimS said:

 

I just looked it up since i wondered, he scored a 20.

WEO calculated the results with the use of a Pats fan prism.  It's a complicated formula but a 20 = 0.  Future Pats who have an original score of 20 are credited with a 37.

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19 minutes ago, JimS said:

I just looked it up since i wondered, he scored a 20.

 

That's just WEO.  He's hoping it came back higher than .08.

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3 hours ago, Mr. WEO said:

 

Likely higher than his 0.wonderlic...

so you are not enamored with Edward  ?


 Meathead , and  Big Dummy , ! LUCY ! come to mind for generational commentary on your opinion of Young Mr Oliver , I presume ?

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4 hours ago, JimS said:

 

I just looked it up since i wondered, he scored a 20.

 

Correct

2 hours ago, 3rdand12 said:

so you are not enamored with Edward  ?


 Meathead , and  Big Dummy , ! LUCY ! come to mind for generational commentary on your opinion of Young Mr Oliver , I presume ?

 

lol...he has a ways to go.  Maybe he'll have an even better year this season.

 

But I'm not impressed with the intellect of a guy  who climbs behind the wheel of his pickup hauling and ATV with an open beer  between his legs and a loaded gun next seat while speeding and weaving through a roadway construction zone.  That spells moron.  Maybe by your way, that makes him Valedictorian.

 

 

4 hours ago, Doc said:

 

That's just WEO.  He's hoping it came back higher than .08.

 

Poor doc.  Always on the receiving end.

 

Anyway, hope it's under.  Big Ed needs to be ready Week 1.

 

 

Edited by Mr. WEO

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4 hours ago, 4merper4mer said:

WEO calculated the results with the use of a Pats fan prism.  It's a complicated formula but a 20 = 0.  Future Pats who have an original score of 20 are credited with a 37.

 

 

You're like Rainman, without the savant feature.

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On 5/22/2020 at 1:31 PM, Bill from NYC said:

In New York you cannot arrest someone and give him summonses. It makes no sense. The charges all go into the arrest package. It would seem like double jeopardy to ticket and arrest, no?

Bill, In most DWI cases the ticket for whatever driving violation is the basis/probable cause for the stop. The next part of the sequence/process after the stop might be the smell of alcohol on the individual, slurring of voice, blood shot eyes which would then give you the basis to do a sobriety check which might include walking a line or repeating part of the alphabet etc. Then if the subject failed you would then request a breathalyzer test administered by a certified police technician. If the subject declined the breath test (which is his/her right)  then the driver's license would automatically be suspended. That's how it is in done in DC. 

 

I'm not disagreeing with you because as you point out the summonses would be included in the arrest package. And as you point out issuing the tickets would be the starting point in the DWI process. In DC if you didn't issue a ticket for a traffic violation to give you the probable cause for the stop and you arrested the person on a DWI charge the case would be thrown out because there wasn't a probable cause for a stop. To be clear I'm talking about the court system in DC. 

 

 

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Patrick Chung was given a conditional discharge on the condition he refrain from possessing coke, lead a lawful life and complete 40 hours community service. Silence from Roger. 

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5 minutes ago, BringBackFergy said:

Patrick Chung was given a conditional discharge on the condition he refrain from possessing coke, lead a lawful life and complete 40 hours community service. Silence from Roger. 

 

Does he get 48 hours to sell his stash? Again? 

 

 

Roger will award the Pats* his comp pick at a later date, probably in a quiet Friday evening announcement. 

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Just now, Augie said:

 

Does he get 48 hours to sell his stash? Again? 

You get my point. Can’t wait to see what suspensions are doled out to Chung (if any). Class B felony amount of cocaine. Oliver is charged with a misdemeanor. Hmmmmm

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1 hour ago, Mr. WEO said:

Poor doc.  Always on the receiving end.

 

Anyway, hope it's under.  Big Ed needs to be ready Week 1.

 

Sure.  Loved the Wonderlic comment, BTW.

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1 hour ago, BringBackFergy said:

Patrick Chung was given a conditional discharge on the condition he refrain from possessing coke, lead a lawful life and complete 40 hours community service. Silence from Roger. 

And WEO

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