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AliceThroughTheLookingGlass AliceThroughTheLookingGlass 31-35, F 13 Answers Jan 23 in Doing Good

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I think for the most part you get a "free pass" at a lot of things that normal people do not. But I do think there is eventually a limit. The amout of cash you have probably dictates that limit.

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If you have money, you pay your bail and go home, let the lawers work it out! Plea bargain it away to a misdemeaner and never do a day in jail!

If you do not have money, your public defender lawer will recommend that you sit in jail until your first court apperance ( in 30 days ), because it will go easyer on you as time served.

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False. They do apply. But you get a much nicer brand of law if you have money and a great lawyer

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They do apply, it's just the laws are a bit different sometimes

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True - money talks and offenders walk.

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Exhibit A. A teen in Texas drives drunk and kills someone. His defense is, "I do not know better, because I am too rich."

He gets away with it.



So, I am gonna go with a big TRUE!

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They still, apply, unless you hire really brilliant lawyers who find every loophole and who are clever enough to fool a panel of judges, or jury members. Money can buy you that!

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Place-kicker wealthy, or quarterback-wealthy?

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The law does apply to me so I can take advantage of all the loopholes.

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True but they want us to believe false

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...unless you **** off someone.

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false; your money doesn't mean sh**.

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