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    Quote Originally Posted by GYMnTONIC View Post


    My point is, you can't even trust the Court, the system. You can't trust ANY of it.

    This rings true in this despicable corrupt Justice system.
    Do people still need proof of what you're saying?

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    https://drugpolicy.org/press-release...y-begins-today

    OREGON decriminalized all personal use drugs . They don’t arrest you and you don’t get a record . (Wonder how it’s going) . Seattle has heroin parks and people shoot heroin & get clean needles . Cops are there too. Weird how things are in other states , almost like Portugal(Idk if Portugal is still like that).

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxmuscle1 View Post
    https://drugpolicy.org/press-release...y-begins-today

    OREGON decriminalized all personal use drugs . They don’t arrest you and you don’t get a record . (Wonder how it’s going) . Seattle has heroin parks and people shoot heroin & get clean needles . Cops are there too. Weird how things are in other states , almost like Portugal(Idk if Portugal is still like that).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arnold View Post
    I agree with this, no reason to turn a drug addict into a criminal.
    More- Oregonians overwhelmingly passed Measure 110 that makes possession of small amounts of cocaine, heroin, LSD and methamphetamine, among other drugs, punishable by a civil citation — akin to a parking ticket — and a $100 fine. That fee can get waived if you get a health screening from a recovery hotline.

    This was June, 2021

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxmuscle1 View Post
    More- Oregonians overwhelmingly passed Measure 110 that makes possession of small amounts of cocaine, heroin, LSD and methamphetamine, among other drugs, punishable by a civil citation — akin to a parking ticket — and a $100 fine. That fee can get waived if you get a health screening from a recovery hotline.

    This was June, 2021
    That what they should be pushing (treatment) for drug use, not incarceration… let’s face it, most people literally go right back to the drugs they were using in the first place…

    not to mention if a person wants to alter their mind and or bodies, for better or worse, it is nobody but that individuals prerogative to choose to do so… you have no right to tell me I can’t enhance, or for that matter, slowly deteriorate my body with what ever I may so choose… that seems so criminal to me to try to control another human being to that extent…

    I agree we should try educate and deter people from using potentially harmful substances the best we can, but at the end of the day they will do what they want to do, no law will stop them….may as well embrace that fact of the matter and use it to help those who decide to use, to be as safe as possible and to make treatment easily accessible for such people… all the money we spend on locking people up could easily be put towards treatment, and we would probably have less of a drug problem… just my 2 cents

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arnold View Post
    I agree with this, no reason to turn a drug addict into a criminal.
    I'm surprised you feel this way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kilsong View Post
    I'm surprised you feel this way.
    I am fiscally conservative, in most other ways I am liberal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arnold View Post
    I am fiscally conservative, in most other ways I am liberal.
    That just means you're a fag.
    ... and that too is okay babe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GYMnTONIC View Post
    Alot of good advice here.

    I know when I was arrested and going to Court, my lawyer told me, take a plea bargain. 1 charge. Plead guilty. You will get probation

    The Probation Officer who did my PSI, told me, "your case is a joke and a waste of time". She said Im looking for you to do 2 years of probation and then so long as no dirty urines or other crimes, your slate is wiped clean.

    So I agreed.

    So then I get to my day of Sentencing. And the judge literally looks at me and throws the PSI. He says, young kids all over the Country use steroids because of guys like you. So you are going to jail. He then proceeds to give me the MAXIMUM sentence. 7 years in Prison, however they did suspend the sentence to 9 months.

    The entire Court literally booed the Judge and the Court Room erupted.

    My point is, you can't even trust the Court, the system. You can't trust ANY of it.

    When I was a boxer there was a saying. "never leave it in the hand of the Judges".

    This rings true in this despicable corrupt Justice system. The war on drugs is a war on the American Citizen.
    Very true.
    You can have a plea agreement in place, good relationship with the prosecutor but it all comes down to the judge at the end of the day. The judge brings his or her own biases to the bench and thus rulings.

    I had run in's with three letter agencies almost a decade ago for a financial matter. Forced to plea, etc. My attorneys, some of the best there were/are at the time, were ecstatic that I got a particular judge for my sentencing. The other judge I could have got, let's call him Judge M, had a nickname in the district: "The Time Machine". He was the most harsh and cruel judge in the whole damn state apparently and handed down so many fucking years all the time, he earned the nickname The Time Machine. Nasty old white judge in his late 60's who I swear to christ after researching him literally took pleasure in locking people up as long as humanly possible. Nasty, nasty person....

    A nice plea agreement with a bow tie on top, simple probation for X many months, minimal supervision, etc is not, I repeat, is not a sure thing when it comes down to sentencing.

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    But judges usually go along with what the government prosecutors recommend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arnold View Post
    Not true.
    It is true. The range for steroids tops out at 70-87 months and that is with level 6 criminal history (the max). There are no mandatory minimums for gear. The way they go beyond that is with money laundering, guns, criminal conspiracy, leadership role and other enhancements. Read and learn EVERYONE.

    https://steroidlaw.com/2018/04/feder...or-hardbodies/

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    Quote Originally Posted by christiantt View Post
    Very true.
    You can have a plea agreement in place, good relationship with the prosecutor but it all comes down to the judge at the end of the day. The judge brings his or her own biases to the bench and thus rulings.

    I had run in's with three letter agencies almost a decade ago for a financial matter. Forced to plea, etc. My attorneys, some of the best there were/are at the time, were ecstatic that I got a particular judge for my sentencing. The other judge I could have got, let's call him Judge M, had a nickname in the district: "The Time Machine". He was the most harsh and cruel judge in the whole damn state apparently and handed down so many fucking years all the time, he earned the nickname The Time Machine. Nasty old white judge in his late 60's who I swear to christ after researching him literally took pleasure in locking people up as long as humanly possible. Nasty, nasty person....

    A nice plea agreement with a bow tie on top, simple probation for X many months, minimal supervision, etc is not, I repeat, is not a sure thing when it comes down to sentencing.
    Up until 2005 the sentencing guidelines were mandatory and a judge had little discretion to go above or below. Post Booker v US they are advisory and the starting point when a judge sentences someone. The Pre-Sentencing Investigation (PSI) will list all the enhancements, criminal history, or mitigating circumstances (childhood neglect, or past military service). The PSI will also list if someone cooperated, so it is the gold standard of paperwork that allows you to walk the yard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GJ503 View Post
    Up until 2005 the sentencing guidelines were mandatory and a judge had little discretion to go above or below. Post Booker v US they are advisory and the starting point when a judge sentences someone. The Pre-Sentencing Investigation (PSI) will list all the enhancements, criminal history, or mitigating circumstances (childhood neglect, or past military service). The PSI will also list if someone cooperated, so it is the gold standard of paperwork that allows you to walk the yard.
    GJ as u know one of my most respected friends here regardless of political ideology.

    Love ya man no matter what truly

    In my case the Judge literally threw my PSI. Now you are correct 99% of the time...

    But I was the 1%.

    Over steroids. Steroids. Really.

    What the fuck. If I was a pedophile or a real criminal I can see the judge changing the terms. But steroids?

    Fuck this system. I had custody of my daughter and I didn't see her for 4.5 months. Over test cyp. Then in prison, I got Test cyp aka hrt one time per week. I lifted weights 7 days a week.

    Fuck.this despicable system. I know u side w me and my daughter.

    This system is corrupt, and filthy, and it doesn't favor D or R.

    This system attacks Americans. This system is diabolical.

    Not failure. Intentional.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arnold View Post
    I agree with this, no reason to turn a drug addict into a criminal.
    Many of them are criminals already


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    Quote Originally Posted by GYMnTONIC View Post
    This system is corrupt, and filthy, and it doesn't favor D or R.

    This system attacks Americans. This system is diabolical.

    Not failure. Intentional.

    Thats the truth, so many of Americans are torn over political parties yet the left wing right wing are the same exact bird, the global government bird.


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