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Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Fairfax Court Drama ()
Date: January 07, 2020 10:25AM

This Judge vs Commonwealth's Attorney battle in Court ought to be quite entertaining over the next few months.


Below are two writeups of what actually happened in Court last week when the New Prosecutors attempted to dismiss charges of simple possession of Marijuana. This round was Judge Mark Simmons vs Prosecutor Terry Adams

1) https://twitter.com/DrewWilderTV/status/1212757475050577921

2) https://bluevirginia.us/2020/01/having-my-day-in-court-first-day-under-new-fairfax-commonwealths-attorney


Grab your Popcorn...

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: yxyum ()
Date: January 07, 2020 10:38AM

Fairfax Court Drama Wrote:
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> This Judge vs Commonwealth's Attorney battle in
> Court ought to be quite entertaining over the next
> few months.
>
>
> Below are two writeups of what actually happened
> in Court last week when the New Prosecutors
> attempted to dismiss charges of simple possession
> of Marijuana. This round was Judge Mark Simmons vs
> Prosecutor Terry Adams
>
> 1)
> https://twitter.com/DrewWilderTV/status/1212757475
> 050577921
>
> 2)
> https://bluevirginia.us/2020/01/having-my-day-in-c
> ourt-first-day-under-new-fairfax-commonwealths-att
> orney
>
>
> Grab your Popcorn...

Pretty cool. We are witnessing the end of civilized society in the United States. With the nationwide move to decriminalize crime (except for law abiding gun owners) the inevitable result will be a massive increase in crime. Oops, actually it won't because no one will charge and prosecute. Petty crime is now legal in San Francisco. Why this sickness that crime is OK?

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Dems Will Lose It All ()
Date: January 07, 2020 10:45AM

So "Silly Steve Weed" wants to keep narcotic drug use out of the NCIS so drug pushers can buy guns as his Democrats suppress the rights of the law abiding people to keep and bear arms

The Federal firearms purchase form 4473 Question 11E Means no guns for narcotic users , no weed info in the NCIS means sell the gun to the narcotics addict or drug pusher . What good are Democrats "Universal Joke On America Fake Gun Background Checks"

In the meantime illegal drugs are causing 85 % of all gun crimes

Baltimore...No No No scream Democrats Is doing well with loving one another so much

Dems have set themselves up for a colossal fall in 2020 and 2021 and that's good news for Americans
Attachments:
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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Dems Raised Felonys to 600 ()
Date: January 07, 2020 10:48AM

from 200 in Virginia known as the "Criminals Relief Bill" now comes the "Drug Pushers Gun Buy Relief Bill"

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Sick Very Sick Blue America ()
Date: January 07, 2020 11:48AM

So what there were no "white people" in the court on trial, the statement is clearly reverse discrimination.

So who committed the offenses ? That's all there is too it

Then the rest of the weak liberal whine , totally sick and a view into the demented minds of liberals who pamper criminals while demanding law abiding citizens turn in firearms and become victims of crime

Herring is the Drug Pushers best friend in Richmond with the Gov standing by his side

This will not play well to Virginias overall as we watch as Democrats vastly overplay their hand

Democrats desperately need the black vote for softness on crime and the sympathy vote of the legal Spanish for illegals , without it they would fall out of the political arena in disgrace and anyone who can think that sees what they are doing should recognize it also if their eyes are not clouded by hatred created by excess liberal propaganda throughout their lives

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: 09widefj ()
Date: January 07, 2020 04:02PM


THE CHIEF JUDGE IS FROM CALIFORNIA, THE SHERIFF NOT FROM ANYWHERE'S AROUND HERE

THE CHIEF JUDGE LICKS PELOSI'S BOOTS

THE CHIEF JUDGE WAS SEATED BY FX CO GOV

DROP DEAD G2 - YOUR NOT FOOLING ANYONE - FAIRFAX COURTS ARE CORRUPT AS HELL ITSELF


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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Sane Person ()
Date: January 07, 2020 04:30PM

The number of stupid people on here never fails to amaze.

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Law & Order: Fairfax edition ()
Date: January 08, 2020 12:26PM

Below is a link to a writeup of what happened in Fairfax Court on Monday 1/6/20.

Seems like Judge Simmons silenced the Prosecutors and allowed the Police to directly a prosecute the suspects!


https://townhall.com/columnists/marinamedvin/2020/01/06/police-officers-and-judge-push-back-on-leftist-prosecutors-marijuana-sanctuary-policy-n2559053


Who's got the report for what happened on Tuesday?


Gonna need more Popcorn...

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Insane Your Upside Down Lib ()
Date: January 08, 2020 01:30PM

"Sane Person" who sees everything as left is right, right is wrong, upside down is right side up, backwards is progressively forward good is bad and bad is good

That's a descriptive of a self imposed title of "Sane Liberal"

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: The Big Question Is ()
Date: January 08, 2020 01:40PM

When police prosecute these illegal narcotic using defendants does the conviction go into the NCIS to deny them the ability to buy a gun with a "Universal Background Check" the Democrats are about to pass

Or is it a Shill for a Con Game by not sending the conviction to the NCIS to allow criminal narcotics users under federal law to buy firearms to possibly deal drugs and shoot police officers in the line of duty and any persons in the line of fire or for a robbery at a late night restaurant killing innocent people in cold blood for some kicks and quick cash to obtain more narcotics

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: EML ()
Date: January 08, 2020 02:59PM

There is some misinformation on what is actually happening. Before Descano was elected it was not unusual for first time possession defendants to have the charges kicked, especially if the Defendants had clean records and were represented by attorneys. There were two ways this could happen. The charges could be dismissed by the judge, or the charges could be nolle prossed by the Commonwealth Attorney. A dismissal bars further prosecution for the same crime. A nolle prosse in theory leaves open the possibility of a prosecution of the charges again later. The general assumption has traditionally been that the Commonwealth Attorney had a right to nolle prosse a case if the trial had not been begun or there wasn't an existing basis to dismiss the case.

Prosecutions in General District Court have traditionally been handled in two different ways. Either the case is presented by the police officer who witnessed the crime, or the case is presented by the Commonwealth Attorney. The assumption has been that the Commonwealth Attorney is entitled to present the case if he chose, even if it is a case a police officer could present. Police officers are not permitted to cross examine defense witnesses, conduct direct examination of prosecution witnesses or argue motions. Doing any of these by a non-lawyer, except when authorized by statute, is unauthorized practice of law, a crime. The assumption has also been that only the Commonwealth Attorney is permitted to enter into a plea bargain agreement or argue for or against sentences. When the Defendant is represented by an attorney, Commonwealth Attorneys almost always conducts the prosecution. Cases in Circuit Court are presented by the Commonwealth Attorney.

Where the charge is one which would result in jail time the Defendant is constitutionally entitled to be represented by an attorney. If jail time won't be sought in a case, even though it can be imposed by statute, then a defendant is not entitled to court appointed counsel. He is entitled to hire counsel though. It is not uncommon for police officers to advise the judge whether the police officer believes jail is appropriate and the judge to decide whether to proceed with a trial without court appointed counsel based on the officer's assessment.

Now here is what I have observed from the ground level.

When cases are called and the officer indicates it isn't a case meriting jail time, the judge will advise the defendant he has a right to hire his own attorney. If the defendant declines the opportunity to hire his own attorney the trial proceeds. Many of those Defendants are then appealing the conviction to the Circuit Court where it is assumed the cases will be dismissed by the Commonwealth Attorney.

When the defendant shows up for court with an attorney, cases are being continued for trial at a later date by the judge even though neither defense counsel nor the Commonwealth Attorney requests a continuance. It is rumored this is being done to discourage defendants from hiring attorneys at the courthouse on the cheap so that the Commonwealth Attorney's office will get involved and will kick the case.

I have heard but have not personally seen that if the judge refused to nolle prosse simple possession cases when requested by the Commonwealth Attorney, the Commonwealth Attorney will present an incomplete case which required the judge to acquit.

The effort to frustrate kicking low level pot possession cases only seems to be occurring in Fairfax so far.

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: LegalAbuse ()
Date: January 08, 2020 03:59PM

Putting the suspects through all this nonsense when in the end, the charges will get dropped is terrorism and harrasment.

I hope the newly elected Democratice House & Democratic Senate in the swiftly votes to decriminalized pot this year.

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: So Drug Pushers Can Buy Guns ()
Date: January 08, 2020 08:13PM

That's your wish as well as addicts and narcotics users. Your Democrats background checks are going to F a lot of people up who use weed and lie on the 4473

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Hey EML ()
Date: January 08, 2020 08:19PM

What about question 11e and The NCIS when the defendant is convicted of possession of narcotics in any amount, Is that conviction going to the NCIS

National Criminal Information System NCIS to deny sale of a firearm to a user of narcotics by federal law

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Steve Supports Gun Strawmen ()
Date: January 08, 2020 10:16PM

A Gun Strawman is a person who buys a gun passing the federal NCIS background check for a drug dealing criminal who can not . Thousands of guns are bought in Virginia alone by Strawmen who are predominately women . These guns become crime guns.

These Strawmen use marijuana and if they are caught in possession of a small quantity of weed now Steve lets them off the hook. So with no conviction the Strawman can keep buying guns for criminals. The one whom ends up getting killed may BE YOU Un Armed Liberals !

Way to Go Steve ! Now your a "Double Hitter" letting drug pushers addicts and Strawmen buy guns with a federal background check because you let them off the weed possession hook . Supplying the criminals with guns up and down the US East coast that kill people .

Don't blame Virginias laws , We have Insta Check for federal background checks that access the NCIS and stop Strawman purchases when they used weed and are convicted and that information is entered into the NCIS .

What Good Are Democrats background checks when Strawmen Drug Addicts and Pushers can slip thur Steve's Reefer Gun Buying Loophole for narcotics users

Steve Resign ! Or Start prosecuting marijuana narcotic users no matter the amount of weed they possess as Virginia state law demands you do with the oath you took!

This issue is going to blow up in your face huge once a police officer in the line of duty or innocent citizen is killed by a weed possession criminal that you let slide with weed and bought a gun for themselves or a Strawman who used weed was caught and you let slide

When That Happens Steve "The Blood Is On Your Hands" Enjoy your short term in Office

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: If Virginia Democrats ()
Date: January 08, 2020 10:48PM

Want to decriminalize marijuana in Richmond they will be doing exactly what Steve is doing now, supporting Drug Pushers Addicts Narcotics Users and Strawmen to buy guns passing their Universal Background Checks to do so

Then "The Blood Is On Democrats Hands" after they passed law after law blaming law abiding citizens for the criminals use of firearms to kill

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Stand Up Steve ()
Date: January 08, 2020 10:51PM

Tell the people of Fairfax you endorse Strawmen buying guns for drug dealers

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Early Morning Lawyer ()
Date: January 09, 2020 07:23AM

Hey EML Wrote:
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> What about question 11e and The NCIS when the
> defendant is convicted of possession of narcotics
> in any amount, Is that conviction going to the
> NCIS


I am simply reporting the facts as I see and hear about them. As it relates to what I have said above the kicking of a possession charge, whether by dismissal or nonsuit, and whether in the General District Court or on appeal by the Circuit Court on appeal, would not ordinarily be considered a conviction. Whether the charge or the underlying facts resulting in the charge would otherwise bar someone from owning a firearm is something that the potential gun owner should discuss with his lawyer.

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Robert G ()
Date: January 09, 2020 09:13AM

At what point does some higher authority step in and bring a halt to this nonsense? Descano has no authority to decide what gets prosecuted and what doesn't. He has selective discretion in individual cases but we know that's not what's happening here - and no one is arguing that. What if he decides cocaine is worthy of nolle prosse treatment? how about touching kids? rape of certain individuals but not others? Where does this end? We know democrats have a lot of pedophiles among them.

This started with the sanctuary city bullshit where libtards decided that laws they don't like were optional and it's growing. Growing into something that looks more like banana land than anything civilized and developed.

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: prosecutors will decide ()
Date: January 09, 2020 10:32AM

prosecutors will decide

Prosecutors: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ET_b78GSBUs

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Accept it. ()
Date: January 09, 2020 12:50PM

1) Read The Law. It clearly states the commonwealth's attorney can decide whether or not to prosecute all misdemeanor crimes. If you don't like the law lobby your legislator to change the law. https://law.lis.virginia.gov/vacode/title15.2/chapter16/section15.2-1627/

2) Descano informed everyone what he would do, and he won the election. That's democracy at work. The majority of residents in Fairfax County & Fairfax City want Descano to do what he said he would do. If you don't like what he's doing, gather up your support to vote him out next time. https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5b08d8fd85ede1b5cc3e7d9c/t/5d8b5b91def8834a61161e22/1569414039552/ProgressiveJustice-SteveDescano.pdf

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Kicking The Charge ()
Date: January 09, 2020 12:53PM

Or anything that is not a guilty conviction means no information goes to the NCIS. Without that information in the NCIS the gun sale will be approved if there are no other disqualifications .

Yes to be sure of their legal status , any one that has been arrested or ticketed for possession of the narcotic marijuana needs to consult with a attorney for determination of their rights to possess firearms

The problem in Fairfax is that tickets that are issued and users found guilty in court for marijuana possession are convictions and that information is not being entered into the NCIS for small quantity of marijuana which is Decriminalization of Marijuana by default by Steve and his AG Democrat comrade not by current state law

No info = Green Light For Strawmen

<At what point does some higher authority step in and bring a halt to this nonsense?

That's AG Herring and he's OK with Strawman sales it seems to keep the gun violence rolling on for more anti gun bait as he supports Steve , he just wants to punish law abiding Virginias with gun laws that criminals don't obey

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Only For The Reason ()
Date: January 09, 2020 12:57PM

>It clearly states the commonwealth's attorney can decide whether or not to prosecute all misdemeanor crimes

That there is not enough evidence of a crime , not just for his personal amusement and support for narcotic users

The General Assembly writes Virginias laws not Steve

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: JBM ()
Date: January 09, 2020 01:53PM

Accept it. Wrote:
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> 1) Read The Law. It clearly states the
> commonwealth's attorney can decide whether or not
> to prosecute all misdemeanor crimes. If you don't
> like the law lobby your legislator to change the
> law.
> https://law.lis.virginia.gov/vacode/title15.2/chap
> ter16/section15.2-1627/
>
> 2) Descano informed everyone what he would do, and
> he won the election. That's democracy at work. The
> majority of residents in Fairfax County & Fairfax
> City want Descano to do what he said he would do.
> If you don't like what he's doing, gather up your
> support to vote him out next time.
> https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5b08d8fd85e
> de1b5cc3e7d9c/t/5d8b5b91def8834a61161e22/156941403
> 9552/ProgressiveJustice-SteveDescano.pdf

1) You either didn't read it or don't understand it.

2) If someone ran on the platform of stringing up niggers and got elected, would you be cool with that?

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: We Know Where Steve Stands ()
Date: January 09, 2020 03:55PM

For "Steves Strawman Gun Sales Loophole"

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: With Sanity ()
Date: January 09, 2020 05:38PM

The only strawman here is the poster who is trying to stir up a second amendment argument against de facto decriminilization of pot use. The vast majority of recreational pot users have no need or inclination to engage in other criminal activities to support or enhance their drug use. Further unlike those who consume alcohol pot users are less likely rather than more likely to use firearms while under the influence.

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: I know right ()
Date: January 09, 2020 05:46PM

With Sanity Wrote:
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> The only strawman here is the poster who is trying
> to stir up a second amendment argument against de
> facto decriminilization of pot use. The vast
> majority of recreational pot users have no need or
> inclination to engage in other criminal activities
> to support or enhance their drug use. Further
> unlike those who consume alcohol pot users are
> less likely rather than more likely to use
> firearms while under the influence.


Yes. That faggot pothead here all wrapped around some dumbass 11E question or whatever. What's so hard about just lying on the form? I mean you are using weed - so when exactly did following the law become a concern?

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Daves Two Faces Talk ()
Date: January 09, 2020 08:53PM

One side of Dave's face says he will severely prosecute all gun crimes

Then the other side of Dave's face says he will not prosecute small quantity's of marijuana possession , thus no disqualifying information will be placed into the NCIS to stop drug pushers addicts users and strawmen from buying the guns that will be used to commit those gun crimes killing maiming or wounding people before they are caught and prosecuted .

Yes Steve is a hypocritical Democrat. Read what he says as his campaign statement posted in the link . If its "Progressive" Its bad for America

So no death penalty period! for child killers, or police officers in the line of duty, mass killers , or rapists robbers kidnappers who kill . Steve talks about deterrents. The death penalty is not a deterrent. Its a punishment that absolutely stops the worse of the worst killers from ever killing again

No capitol death cases have come before Steve so we will see .

Steve's position is clearly one of the worst cases of political pandering for votes I have ever seen . Too bad voters did not pay attention in November

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5b08d8fd85ede1b5cc3e7d9c/t/5d8b5b91def8834a61161e22/1569414039552/ProgressiveJustice-SteveDescano.pdf

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Idiot LOL ()
Date: January 09, 2020 09:11PM

Dave who

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: one that knows ()
Date: January 09, 2020 09:32PM

Idiot LOL Wrote:
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> Dave who

That's the weed talking.

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Take A Guess ()
Date: January 09, 2020 09:41PM

How many mass shooters were marijuana users . Many . How many other killers were marijuana users Hundreds of thousands

How many people on death rows that were marijuana users Thousands !

>The vast majority of recreational pot users have no need or inclination to engage in other criminal activities to support or enhance their drug use. Further unlike those who consume alcohol pot users are less likely rather than more likely to use firearms while under the influence.

>What's so hard about just lying on the form? I mean you are using weed - so when exactly did following the law become a concern?

This is the concern a old Fairfax Arrest Data Base not convictions from FXU

Searched for: Offense: marijuana
14526 matches found, up to first 500 displayed

How many in the future will lie and slip through the cracks or will not prosecuted so they could say NO on the 4473

The background check that is ran through the NCIS will disqualify them then and there at the time of sale if police are at a gun show or called to a gun dealers location they will notify the BATFE who will prosecute them for the federal felony of lying on the 4473 question 11E if they say NO . If they said Yes the sale will be denied and no background check will be ran and they are free to leave . Remember firearms dealers get the persons government issued photo ID when they fill out the 4473

The point is Democrats want background check laws without disqualifying information entered into the NCIS to stop the gun sales to criminals and that's been occurring now a good while with decimalization and legalization in America and now refusal to prosecute narcotics users in Fairfax County and many other places in the United States

The result is Democrats are liars and hypocrites when it comes to the 2nd amendment as they pass laws that do not stop killers nor crimes with guns that punish law abiding citizens instead

Cho the Va Tech Killer passed a background check . So did a lot of the mass killers

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Former Cop ()
Date: January 09, 2020 10:19PM

As a former cop let me put some perspective on this from the Law Enforcement side. Simple possession of marijuana is one of the most inefficient crimes to prosecute. Assuming it's only a simple possession charge and no charges after the fact (i.e. weapons, intent to distribute, DUI etc.) For the people on here that disagree here me out, let me run you through a scenario I personally went through many times.

I'm a cop and i'm patrolling at midnight looking for crimes in progress or potential crimes. I make about roughly 50k a year as a rookie. That equates to about $26 hr. Anyways I see a car with a defective brake light and I decide to conduct a traffic stop on said vehicle. Once making contact with the driver I notice a strong odor of marijuana. I request an additional unit to conduct a full search of the vehicle. All in all I discover a small amount of marijuana and I charge the driver with simple posses-ion of marijuana. A class 1 misdemeanor in the state of Virginia. The driver signs the summons and he is sent on his way. This probably took about roughly 1.5 hours of my time. So that's about 39*2(cover officer) $78 dollars. (Mind you this is for rookie wages, not considering vets who make more) I could have spent those 1.5 hours on finding impaired drivers assuming this driver wasn't under the influence, checking businesses, and just simply allowing my presence to suppress crime. Anyhow, now I have to go to the station and type up my report and log my property and send the sample to the state lab. Why? Because the field test kits are obsolete due to legal hemp. This takes about another 1.5 hours. $39. Again this time could have been utilized to make my presence known and suppress robberies, burglaries and other more serious crimes. A total of about 3 hours out of service. Also remember this is assuming I don't have to do this after my EOT, which would mean I'd have to get paid overtime. Now I go to court and since I work nights, this is overtime for me at a rate of $36hr. About two hours per session for two witnesses this comes out to about $144. Now I understand it's not the only case i'm likely to hear that day so that number is a bit inflated but the witnesses usually have no other business except your case. In the end just for the officers pay it comes out to about $260. Remember this doesn't take into consideration property office people, prosecutors, records and the cost to use the state lab. Now imagine having about 500 of these per year. That's $130,000 spent on just for a simple marijuana charge. Again, this is a conservative number because i'm using rookie pay numbers and if I didn't this could easily jump to 250k. Now is this really what you want your police out her doing? Now if it's a pretext stop and I use the marijuana to get into your car and find illegal guns or serious dope then yeah prosecute to the fullest, but most of these aren't. I'm with the CA on this one and i'm a hardcore republican.

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Comon Mon Really Mon ()
Date: January 09, 2020 11:02PM

There aren't all those robberies going down in Fairfax ,all I got was you wanted to loaf all night with a couple of business checks and a couple of stops

Now tell us how as a police officer how you would feel if that person who you stopped was a strawman and bought a gun legally with a background check after Steve refused to prosecute that a real drug pusher got and then killed your best friend on the force, then after they were caught Steve refused to prosecute the killer for capitol murder even though the murder was heinous in circumstance in addition to being capitol murder of a police officer in the line of duty

Be honest now Mon

As far as the dough that's why we pay taxes Mon So are you suggesting cops make too much money and 20 an hour should be tops . Enjoy the OT Mon why did you give up such a good gig, do you know the state paid me 700 some a month back in 75 to start even today they don't make what you did Mon.

The man who wore a big grey hat a long time and wants the law enforced

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: If Virginia Changes the Law ()
Date: January 09, 2020 11:16PM

Then that many more will slip and slide thru background checks to buy guns with decriminalization or legalization of narcotics . All known legally documented narcotics use should be entered into the NCIS including criminal convictions legal rec or medical as long as Narcotics are illegal under federal law and are disqualifying to buy a gun

That's enforcing the law and making background checks work . Medical cards should be entered into the NCIS, Rec users would have purchase ID entered into the NCIS the same to deny weed users the sale of a gun

Its OK for Democrats to pass laws to register law abiding citizens guns a constitutional right , but it wrong to do the same with weed use which is not a constitutional right

That's hypocrisy at its best and a unconstitutional act

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Ask The Victims Family ()
Date: January 09, 2020 11:22PM

>that's $130,000 spent on just for a simple marijuana charge.

Of a killing or mass killings that a weed user committed with a firearm who slipped through "Steves Loophole" how much was their loved ones life worth

How much is your life worth BTW

Democrats talk up a good story for a vote , but never back up the talk

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Peace to You Road Dog ()
Date: January 09, 2020 11:26PM

I know you did a good job , thanks for your service .

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Former Cop ()
Date: January 09, 2020 11:40PM

Comon Mon Really Mon Wrote:
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> There aren't all those robberies going down in
> Fairfax ,all I got was you wanted to loaf all
> night with a couple of business checks and a
> couple of stops
>
> Now tell us how as a police officer how you would
> feel if that person who you stopped was a strawman
> and bought a gun legally with a background check
> after Steve refused to prosecute that a real drug
> pusher got and then killed your best friend on the
> force, then after they were caught Steve refused
> to prosecute the killer for capitol murder even
> though the murder was heinous in circumstance in
> addition to being capitol murder of a police
> officer in the line of duty
>
> Be honest now Mon
>
> As far as the dough that's why we pay taxes Mon So
> are you suggesting cops make too much money and 20
> an hour should be tops . Enjoy the OT Mon why did
> you give up such a good gig, do you know the state
> paid me 700 some a month back in 75 to start even
> today they don't make what you did Mon.
>
> The man who wore a big grey hat a long time and
> wants the law enforced

Your argument is based on the principle of the matter in lieu of the substance. Of course I’d want that perp charged with capital but we’re talking about apples and oranges. As for the poster below, most of the simple possession charges are on every day people. Not the drug running gangbangers you think they are. Not to say the latter doesn’t smoke weed, it’s just when I stopped them they always had additional stuff (i.e. scales, guns, suspended/revoked operator licenses, false tags, stolen vehicle, various prescription meds, booze, etc.) do you think we prosecuted them to the fullest? Yes. However like I said majority of the recreational pot smokers especially in FX cty were your every day college kids, waiters, bartenders, teachers, cops kids, etc.) So cut the crap I know what i’m talking about because i’ve been there done that. As for the money i’m making a helluva a lot more now and not working nights and stressing out my wife.

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Two Examples Marijuana Users ()
Date: January 10, 2020 11:06AM

From the FXU arrest search database the one male the other female

Do you think that these people would not be a "Strawman" to buy a gun if they did not have the marijuana possession charge to disqualify them and money was offered to them to do so. That is if the marijuana possession charge was not entered into the NCIS . Your telling people they are everyday people

The first person was at a gun show and did commit a felony there which a grand jury indicted them by returning a true bill , before trial the person fled and is currently still a fugitive

The FXU data base has well over 14 thousand names on it for marijuana possession . How many would also commit a gun buy as a Strawman or for themselves to commit crimes if Steve did not prosecute them and enter the case information into the federal NCIS to deny them any firearms purchases as narcotics users or in the case they lied on the federal 4473 by saying NO on question 11E committing a federal felony with a back ground check as they attempted to purchase the gun from a federal licensed dealer as the new Virginia upcoming law will require.

So Democrats pass gun laws as usual that suppress the rights of the people while not actually stopping gun crimes

Steve is not part of any solution to stop gun crimes Steve is aiding criminals to buy guns with his policy to not prosecute minor marijuana offences and enter the case information into the NCIS

LOOK UP AS MANY AS YOU WANT UNDER MARIJUANA Then Enter Their names to see what other offenses "Everyday People "college kids bartenders cops " commit

There's good reasons that marijuana use is a gateway drug to harder drugs and crime

Steves "Progressive Democrat" answer is let narcotics users off marijuana possession charges to appease "The Fairfax County Communities Moral Ideology" as Steve sees judicial morality as a "Progressive Democrat" CA

CASE CLOSED

"CONCEAL MERCHANDISE/MISD "
"TRESPASS-PVT PROP AFTER NOTICE "
"DRIVE-OL RVKD/SUSP "
"POSS MARIJUANA "
"PT LARC-OTHER "
"IMPROPER LANE CHANGE "
"DISREGARD TRAFFIC LIGHTS "

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"DWI-ALCOHOL "
"POSS MARIJUANA "
"POSS MARIJUANA "
"POSS MARIJUANA "

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Just Another College Kid ()
Date: January 10, 2020 12:17PM

"DWI-ALCOHOL "
"POSS MARIJUANA "
"POSS MARIJUANA "
"REFUSAL OF BLOOD/BREATH TEST "

And potential gun buyer under Steves "leadership" as CA

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: 1E In Plain View ()
Date: January 10, 2020 03:44PM

Read
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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: What good Is background vheck ()
Date: January 10, 2020 03:47PM

When Dems dont not input marijuana use convictions into the crime computers

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: You are flying false flags ()
Date: January 10, 2020 04:53PM

Because as discussed on another thread just being convicted or possession of marijuana isn't a bar to owning a firearm under Federal law. Plus mere recreational use of pot does not make someone more likely to misuse a firearm than consumption of alcohol.

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: More false flag BS about pot ()
Date: January 10, 2020 05:01PM

"There's good reasons that marijuana use is a gateway drug to harder drugs and crime"

Except that it isn't. Studies have shown that among people who turned to nonoccasional use harder drugs for reasons other than medical related addictions, that tobacco use was the introduction. Those same studies have shown that alcohol was just as likely as pot to have been on the road to more serious drug use. If you wish to condemn marijuana because a very small number of people who try it move on abuse harder drugs, then you also need to condemn alcohol and tobacco use for the same reason.

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: So I'll Repete My Post here ()
Date: January 10, 2020 05:54PM

Unlawful "Reefer's" To Fed Law

Not state laws . Federal law supersedes state law Did you not read the federal 4473 form . Its not a state form.

So your a legal pot wizard ?? That's why weed smokes get caught because your in the know all right.

Since your in the know, you should know

"Some can smoke it legally anywhere they want under anybodys law" its their natural right but its not your right

But I will admit its natural but its federally illegal so go ahead and write a law legalizing it and when your finished do a amendment to the constitution removing then 2nd and ratify it .

it would be a non issue but Democrats want to write gun laws to punish law abiding citizens not criminals and then leave gaping loopholes for narcotics users as they lie and propagandize how successful they are when they failed miserably to stop gun crimes
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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Tobbaco Is Legal ()
Date: January 10, 2020 06:20PM

Not illegal and alcohol is legal in its lawful use.

There are felonies in Virginia for getting several DWIs on the law books which deny obtaining a firearm for life unless your pardoned and petition the circuit court to reinstate your gun rights as well as legal restrictions for obtaining concealed hand gun permit if your convicted of DWI for the next three years or driving or carrying a concealed handgun with a permit or not while under the influence of alcohol and other laws pertaining to alcohol abuse and firearms in possession of the person in Virginia today .

As well as very serious laws with heavy felony penalties pertaining to possession of firearms and narcotics together . You don't want to go anywhere near there and get busted for that one

Just ask Steve ! Im with him on that too

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: LMAO Prisons Are Full ()
Date: January 10, 2020 06:29PM

>if you wish to condemn marijuana because a very small number of people who try it move on abuse harder drugs,

Prisons are full of people who started out on the road of crime with use of marijuana . If anyone thinks they did not they should pay close attention to the first part of question 11F on the 4473 above

"Very small number" Did Hillary tell you that along with "All the AK47s all over the streets" She Lost !

Tell me what parents would want their children to smoke marijuana

I know the answers already from people who cant say NO on the 4473.

Steve is a "Progressive Democrats and Steve is wrong but do you think he would have gotten into West Point and graduated to become a US Army office serving his country then go to law school and today be elected as Commonwealth Attorney of Fairfax County if he could not answer NO to 11E

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Another One Above The Law ()
Date: January 10, 2020 06:35PM

There are only a select few, but the big question is does Santa need a gun to go with his weed . No he's escorted by US Airforce fighters and he can fly "sky high" but not you
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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Since Democrats Are Passing ()
Date: January 10, 2020 06:41PM

Gun laws, any chances that they will pass a law requiring Steve to enforce weed use laws

Not A Chance they want that loophole to stay for their street creed letting criminals off easy and guns available with background checks for narcotic users who commit the majority of gun crimes

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Fred78 ()
Date: January 10, 2020 07:34PM

You seem real pissed you're on the loser side of this. Nobody think weed is dangerous, or at least, any more dangerous then booze. Just admit you lost and move on to the next battle in the culture war that you'll lose.

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Take The Deal or You Lose ()
Date: January 10, 2020 08:08PM

ON the main forum legal rec Weed thread

No prob man just register with the State and NCIS and get your rec weed card

Legalization can start right here , you will never get guns and weed choose one only

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Pentuple Dump Champion ()
Date: January 10, 2020 09:28PM

Fred78 Wrote:
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> You seem real pissed you're on the loser side of
> this. Nobody think weed is dangerous, or at least,
> any more dangerous then booze. Just admit you lost
> and move on to the next battle in the culture war
> that you'll lose.


80% of these posts are one angry pothead.

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Re: Fairfax Judges VS Fairfax Prosecutors
Posted by: Angry Citizen ()
Date: January 11, 2020 08:09AM

No guns for sketchy pot heads

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