History YMMV / LawAbidingCitizen

13th Oct '17 3:39:42 PM cluosborne
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*** Though it could be argued that the utterance was more a rhetorical one born out of frustration than an actual violation. The police could've entered the property under exigent circumstances given that Clyde was a clear threat to the public and one of his properties was ''right across the street'' from the prison he was being held in. Had Clyde tried to suppress the evidence found, Nick could've argued inevitable discovery. Nick had received a tip that identified the property he broke into belonged to Clyde. Nick and the police were looking for Clyde's accomplice, guns, explosives and other materials related to his crimes; that would've granted them a search warrant; [[spoiler: especially since Clyde had also murdered a Judge, a District Attorney and multiple employees, a defense attorney, two inmates, a criminal and multiple law enforcement officers with no end in sight]].

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*** Though it could be argued that the utterance was more a rhetorical one born out of frustration than an actual violation. The police could've entered the property under exigent circumstances given that Clyde was a clear and immediate threat to the public and one of his properties was ''right across the street'' from the prison he was being held in. Had Clyde tried to suppress the evidence found, Nick could've argued inevitable discovery. Nick had received a tip that identified the property he broke into belonged to Clyde. Nick and the police were looking for Clyde's accomplice, guns, explosives and other materials related to his crimes; that would've granted them a search warrant; [[spoiler: especially since Clyde had also murdered a Judge, a District Attorney and multiple employees, a defense attorney, two inmates, a criminal and multiple law enforcement officers with no end in sight]].
12th Oct '17 6:02:51 PM cluosborne
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*** Also, Clyde makes it clear that it wasn't about being lenient and respecting a suspect's civil rights that started this mess, it was that Nick didn't care or even ''tried''. Clyde said that even if they went to trial against Darby and Ames and lost, they both could've walked out of the courtroom with their heads held high. Clyde's ultimate aim was to make Nick actually ''care'' about the people he's supposed to represent in court and fight for them, not make incredibly lenient deals with criminals who commit horrific crimes to maintain his conviction rate.

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*** Also, Clyde makes it clear clear, more than once, that it wasn't about being lenient and respecting a suspect's civil rights that started this mess, it was that Nick didn't care or even ''tried''. Clyde said that even if they went to trial against Darby and Ames and lost, they both could've walked out of the courtroom with their heads held high. Clyde's ultimate aim was to make Nick actually ''care'' about the people he's supposed to represent in court and fight for them, not make incredibly lenient deals with criminals who commit horrific crimes to maintain his conviction rate.
12th Oct '17 6:01:38 PM cluosborne
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*** Though it could be argued that the utterance was more a rhetorical one born out of frustration than an actual violation. The police could've entered the property under exigent circumstances given that Clyde was a clear threat to the public and one of his properties was ''right across the street'' from the prison he was being held in. Had Clyde tried to suppress the evidence found, Nick could've argued inevitable discovery. Nick had a received tip that identified the property he broke into belonged to Clyde and that they were looking for his accomplice, guns, explosives and other materials related to his crimes; that would've granted them a search warrant.

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*** Though it could be argued that the utterance was more a rhetorical one born out of frustration than an actual violation. The police could've entered the property under exigent circumstances given that Clyde was a clear threat to the public and one of his properties was ''right across the street'' from the prison he was being held in. Had Clyde tried to suppress the evidence found, Nick could've argued inevitable discovery. Nick had a received a tip that identified the property he broke into belonged to Clyde Clyde. Nick and that they the police were looking for his Clyde's accomplice, guns, explosives and other materials related to his crimes; that would've granted them a search warrant.warrant; [[spoiler: especially since Clyde had also murdered a Judge, a District Attorney and multiple employees, a defense attorney, two inmates, a criminal and multiple law enforcement officers with no end in sight]].
12th Oct '17 5:57:52 PM cluosborne
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*** Though it could be argued that the utterance was more a rhetorical one born out of frustration than an actual violation. The police could've entered the property under exigent circumstances given that Clyde was a clear threat to the public and one of his properties was ''right across the street'' from the prison he was being held in. Had Clyde tried to suppress the evidence found, Nick could've argued inevitable discovery. He had a tip that identified the property he broke into belonged to Clyde and that they were looking for his accomplice and any materials related to his crimes; that would've granted them a search warrant.

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*** Though it could be argued that the utterance was more a rhetorical one born out of frustration than an actual violation. The police could've entered the property under exigent circumstances given that Clyde was a clear threat to the public and one of his properties was ''right across the street'' from the prison he was being held in. Had Clyde tried to suppress the evidence found, Nick could've argued inevitable discovery. He Nick had a received tip that identified the property he broke into belonged to Clyde and that they were looking for his accomplice accomplice, guns, explosives and any other materials related to his crimes; that would've granted them a search warrant.
12th Oct '17 5:56:31 PM cluosborne
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*** Though it could be argued that the utterance was more a rhetorical one born out of frustration than an actual violation. The police could've entered the property under exigent circumstances given that Clyde was a clear threat to the public and one of his properties was in close proximity to the prison he was being held in. Had Clyde tried to suppress the evidence found, Nick could've argued inevitable discovery. He had a tip that identified the property he broke into belonged to Clyde and that they were looking for his accomplice and any materials related to his crimes; that would've granted them a search warrant.

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*** Though it could be argued that the utterance was more a rhetorical one born out of frustration than an actual violation. The police could've entered the property under exigent circumstances given that Clyde was a clear threat to the public and one of his properties was in close proximity to ''right across the street'' from the prison he was being held in. Had Clyde tried to suppress the evidence found, Nick could've argued inevitable discovery. He had a tip that identified the property he broke into belonged to Clyde and that they were looking for his accomplice and any materials related to his crimes; that would've granted them a search warrant.
6th Oct '17 7:22:45 AM cluosborne
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6th Oct '17 7:07:38 AM cluosborne
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*** Also, Clyde makes it clear that it wasn't about being lenient and respecting a suspect's civil rights that started this mess, it was that Nick didn't care or even ''tried''. Clyde said that even if they went to trial against Darby and Ames and lost, they both could've walked out of the courtroom with their heads held high. Nick traded justice for a perfect conviction rate. Clyde's ultimate aim was to make Nick actually care about other people besides himself.

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*** Also, Clyde makes it clear that it wasn't about being lenient and respecting a suspect's civil rights that started this mess, it was that Nick didn't care or even ''tried''. Clyde said that even if they went to trial against Darby and Ames and lost, they both could've walked out of the courtroom with their heads held high. Nick traded justice for a perfect conviction rate. Clyde's ultimate aim was to make Nick actually care ''care'' about other the people besides himself.he's supposed to represent in court and fight for them, not make incredibly lenient deals with criminals who commit horrific crimes to maintain his conviction rate.
5th Oct '17 1:14:11 PM cluosborne
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*** Also, Clyde makes it clear that it wasn't about being lenient and respecting a suspect's civil rights that started this mess, it was Nick didn't care or even ''tried''. Clyde said that even if they went to trial against Darby and lost, they both could've walked out of the courtroom with their heads held high. Nick traded justice for a perfect conviction rate. Clyde's ultimate aim was to make Nick actually do his job for sake of others, not his own personal gain.

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*** Also, Clyde makes it clear that it wasn't about being lenient and respecting a suspect's civil rights that started this mess, it was that Nick didn't care or even ''tried''. Clyde said that even if they went to trial against Darby and Ames and lost, they both could've walked out of the courtroom with their heads held high. Nick traded justice for a perfect conviction rate. Clyde's ultimate aim was to make Nick actually do his job for sake of others, not his own personal gain.care about other people besides himself.
5th Oct '17 5:56:41 AM cluosborne
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*** Also, Clyde makes it clear that it wasn't about being lenient and respecting a suspect's civil rights that started this mess, it was Nick not even ''trying''. Clyde said that even if they went to trial against Darby and lost, they both could've walked out of the courtroom with their heads held high. Nick traded justice for a perfect conviction rate. Clyde's ultimate aim was to make Nick actually do his job for sake of others, not his own personal gain.

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*** Also, Clyde makes it clear that it wasn't about being lenient and respecting a suspect's civil rights that started this mess, it was Nick not didn't care or even ''trying''.''tried''. Clyde said that even if they went to trial against Darby and lost, they both could've walked out of the courtroom with their heads held high. Nick traded justice for a perfect conviction rate. Clyde's ultimate aim was to make Nick actually do his job for sake of others, not his own personal gain.
5th Oct '17 5:48:47 AM cluosborne
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*** Also, Clyde makes it clear that it wasn't about being lenient and respecting a suspect's civil rights that started this mess, it was Nick not even ''trying''. Clyde said that even if they went to trial against Darby and lost, they both could've walked out of the courtroom with their heads held high. Nick traded justice for a perfect conviction rate.

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*** Also, Clyde makes it clear that it wasn't about being lenient and respecting a suspect's civil rights that started this mess, it was Nick not even ''trying''. Clyde said that even if they went to trial against Darby and lost, they both could've walked out of the courtroom with their heads held high. Nick traded justice for a perfect conviction rate. Clyde's ultimate aim was to make Nick actually do his job for sake of others, not his own personal gain.
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