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Time in Jail

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For You what will time in jail look

Poll ended Wed Jul 05, 2017 17:52  »  Voted by 43 members  »  Single-choice
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#1 by tasman1 » Wed Apr 05, 2017 03:25

If You finish in jail how will you use your time
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#2 by Nikorj » Wed Apr 05, 2017 04:41

I don't know Tas.

Only done jail time in monopoly, So i would probably bring some dices along.

2 5's, Can i go now :mrgreen:
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#3 by tasman1 » Wed Apr 05, 2017 05:59

Nikorj wrote: I don't know Tas.

Only done jail time in monopoly, So i would probably bring some dices along.

2 5's, Can i go now :mrgreen:



No , You can not go now , shame on you
What kind of person is some who was never in jail
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#4 by Marcel-R6 » Wed Apr 05, 2017 06:11

Does the police office count?
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#5 by tasman1 » Wed Apr 05, 2017 06:13

Marcel-R6 wrote: Does the police office count?


no outsider , just insider please
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#6 by Nikorj » Wed Apr 05, 2017 06:18

Refreshing my memory here.

I've been in a police detention 2 times :mrgreen:

If that counts at all, Nice breakfast though :D
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#7 by Nikorj » Wed Apr 05, 2017 06:21

Marcel-R6 wrote: Does the police office count?

Lawbreaker, Shame on you Marcel :lol:

May i ask why ;)
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#8 by Marcel-R6 » Wed Apr 05, 2017 06:33

Nikorj wrote:
Marcel-R6 wrote: Does the police office count?

Lawbreaker, Shame on you Marcel :lol:

May i ask why ;)

It is not a huge secret when I was a bit younger I got assaulted by three guys,I simply defended myself,and I was the one who got arrested..go figure.
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#9 by Nikorj » Wed Apr 05, 2017 06:46

Marcel-R6 wrote:
Nikorj wrote:
Marcel-R6 wrote: Does the police office count?

Lawbreaker, Shame on you Marcel :lol:

May i ask why ;)

It is not a huge secret when I was a bit younger I got assaulted by three guys,I simply defended myself,and I was the one who got arrested..go figure.

That sounds pretty unfair to me.

Doing the right thing, But still a lawbreaker ;)
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#10 by Marcel-R6 » Wed Apr 05, 2017 06:49

The problem in my country basically you don't have the right to defend yourself,unlucky for the 3 I do know how to defend myself :lol:
Not that I'm a agressive person or like to fight...
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#11 by BouldRake » Wed Apr 05, 2017 07:38

I've been arrested twice, and both times released without charge because I hadn't done anything wrong. Conversely, I've done many naughty things and gotten away with them scot-free.

You should never trust a man like me. It doesn't mean we haven't done anything wrong, it just means we cover our tracks better than you, and you should never trust a man who can cover his tracks better than you.

I was once detained for 24 hours for non-payment of TV licence though, back in 2003/2004ish, while they were piloting the proposed new legislation. I'd expect to see that sort of thing happening again this year as they pilot the new legislation this time.
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#12 by hyldig » Wed Apr 05, 2017 08:00

I know Miranda . I love Miranda . I claim the 5`th . :lol: Never been in jail exept if the Spammer counts ( ask Marcel ) but as most others that never have been in jail Yes I should have been many times .
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#13 by Charez » Wed Apr 05, 2017 08:07

I have been arrested a dozen of times is not more, by police, military police and also by the customs. Not proud. First time i was 12 years old, what a shame. The most stupid was because I broke the bus stop to steal the Channel advertising poster.
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#14 by valerie » Wed Apr 05, 2017 09:03

My older sister got a DUI years ago and she had to spend weekends in jail for 4 weekends.
She would check in on Friday evening and check out on Sunday evenings.

They let her bring snacks in, radio, and books.

She said she looked forward to it every weekend that it was like a vacation. She could relax,
read her books, eat her snacks, and even meals served directly to her jail cell. :mrgreen:
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#15 by Marcel-R6 » Wed Apr 05, 2017 11:21

charez wrote: I have been arrested a dozen of times is not more, by police, military police and also by the customs. Not proud. First time i was 12 years old, what a shame. The most stupid was because I broke the bus stop to steal the Channel advertising poster.

Oh Lord that reminds me about my Bad Boys poster :lol: (Their fault not locked)
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#16 by pipster1234 » Wed Apr 05, 2017 15:53

where is lift weights or watch tv on here???

before you say omg he is bad boy, i watch tv they show this lol..
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#17 by seaeagle » Wed Apr 05, 2017 17:45

I stole some money 23 years ago to feed a gambling addiction and seriously nearly ended up in prison for what would have been at least 6 months. I still clearly remember being in the the cage behind the front counter at the police station where they hold charged people in preparation for fingerprinting etc, and hoping that no-one I knew came to the station while I was in clear view. It was an experience that terrified me.

But, I was completely honest with the police, admitted full guilt, plead guilty at the court & ended up with no jail time but thousands of dollars worth of fines as well as having to pay back the money that I took. I was able to clear most of that even though I was now unemployed by moving back in with one of my parents and using every cent of my dole payments apart from rent & food to pay off the fines. I did get a job after 3 months, so all fines & compensation were paid off as soon as I could do so. Just meant no going out for about 8 months.

When in court, the solicitor told me that, if the magistrate said he was suspending sentencing (to another day), that meant I would be going to jail. So, when the magistrate said he was giving me a suspended sentence (very different to suspending sentencing), I nearly collapsed. Then the solicitor told me a suspended sentence is different to suspending sentencing, and meant I would not go to jail unless I breached a 2-year good behavior bond. I went from terrified to relieved very quickly.

Needless to say, I have been a very honest man since then. But the conviction still follows me around. Even though I was qualified for many jobs, a conviction for larceny reduced my employment prospects quite a bit, and also, because I was convicted of a crime that could have meant time in jail, if I travel overseas, some countries could deny me entry (although enough time has probably now passed for me to be okay).

My serious advice to people is, crime is not worth it. Even if you can cope with a stint in jail, a conviction follows you around for many years afterwards, and impacts your life in ways you could never imagine. I am genuinely thankful that I was caught before I got myself too deep in s**t. But it is much better to not do the crime at all than go through the hard & humiliating experiences of arrest, police charges & court appearances, and having to tick the "Have you ever been convicted of a crime?" box on various forms & applications for years & years afterwards.
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