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The blank in a criminal case is beyond a reasonable doubt -- Uh, blank = standard of proof?

Unethical undercover tactics -- SCOTUS has already answered this: there are none, that matter anyway…

What charges can revoke someone while on probation for posession of marijuana in Texas? -- Usually not traffic offenses, but anything, that is to say, everything else?

Worst case scenario for stealing merchandise under $10 -- Usually the answer would be a Class C misdemeanor, up to a $500 fine and no jail time possible, but… Enhanced with two prior thefts in Texas? State Jail felony, up to two years and a ten thousand dollar fine. Enhance that with two non-theft pen trips, three strikes you’re out, 25 to Life. (If you think I’m exaggerating, ask Leandro Andrade about his $153 theft. You did ask for worst case scenario, right?)

Weed appetite suppression -- well, the popular rumor/myth/scientific fact is just the opposite, but OK…

Why can't I do well on tests – Dunno, but should I be concerned that my site come up for this query?
 

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Mike acevedo - December 17, 2009 9:53 AM

My fiancé was arrested last night for theft at a wal mart all I know is that it was above 50 dollars but not more than 100 she is a first time offender. What will happen?

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