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April 28, 2014


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One cannot be hung by a petard!
As for the interpretation, did anyone consider that it would be difficult to make a false entry in a fish?

Calvin Massey

Anon is correct. One is hoist by one's petard.


If you are going to mention the maximum penalty, fairness dictates you mention Yates got 30 days.

Calvin Massey

Anon: Yates got 30 days, mandated DNA testing, supervised probation, and the loss of his livelihood. And there's nothing to prevent the next judge from sentencing a future Yates to the maximum of 20 years.

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