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Where’s TJ
Posted by: Als ()
Date: May 27, 2023 07:24PM

Where’s TJ

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: Al the answer man ()
Date: May 27, 2023 09:14PM

Who cares?

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: I have a much better question OP ()
Date: May 27, 2023 09:14PM

Where's your life? Where's your wife? Friends? Job? Money? House? Purpose? Reason to live?

Instead of worrying about people who don't like you perhaps you should be asking yourself "Did I take my medication today?"

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: Chances are ()
Date: May 27, 2023 10:22PM

TJ is probably out stalking someone.

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: Barnyard ()
Date: May 27, 2023 10:24PM

Chances are Wrote:
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> TJ is probably out stalking someone.


Or molesting a horse/cow/dog, etc.

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: jail ()
Date: May 27, 2023 10:30PM

Isn't TJ in jail or prison? Thought he got convicted and sentenced in PW or somewhere, and also had another case pending in Fairfax Circuit Court.

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: Factual Frank ()
Date: May 27, 2023 10:34PM

Barnyard Wrote:
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> Chances are Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > TJ is probably out stalking someone.
>
>
> Or molesting a horse/cow/dog, etc.


No, that’s Gerry who molests barnyard animals, not TJ

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: Hogfucking ()
Date: May 27, 2023 10:46PM

Gerry fucks camels and goats.

TJ has a track record of fucking enormous fat blubbery human sows like that girl Autumn in NJ and Sylvanna in Chester. A few years ago TJ's neighbor said he tried to fuck her dog though.

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: Uhh no ()
Date: May 27, 2023 10:51PM

jail Wrote:
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> Isn't TJ in jail or prison? Thought he got
> convicted and sentenced in PW or somewhere, and
> also had another case pending in Fairfax Circuit
> Court.

Those were nolle pross'd. He's as free as can be.

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: Uhh yes ()
Date: May 27, 2023 11:31PM

TJ entered a GUILTY plea in Prince William Circuit Court and was sentenced on May 9 2023 -- less than 3 weeks ago. He is on supervised probation for 11 months. Apparently he was sentenced for some other crime as well because the sentence is to run consecutively.


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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: Alex Mint Smith ()
Date: May 28, 2023 05:44AM

If TJ eats my pussy out, I'll pay his court fees for him. He better make me moan.

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: Uhh no ()
Date: May 28, 2023 06:53AM

Uhh yes Wrote:
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> TJ entered a GUILTY plea in Prince William Circuit
> Court and was sentenced on May 9 2023 -- less than
> 3 weeks ago. He is on supervised probation for 11
> months. Apparently he was sentenced for some
> other crime as well because the sentence is to run
> consecutively.

So his suspended sentences are to run together? Oh okay. I'm sure that's happening.

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: BWC ()
Date: May 28, 2023 09:17AM

I have a much better question OP Wrote:
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> Where's your life? Where's your wife? Friends?
> Job? Money? House? Purpose? Reason to live?
>
> Instead of worrying about people who don't like
> you perhaps you should be asking yourself "Did I
> take my medication today?"


Why do you assume I’m worrying

why do you assume I have no life?
I just like big white cock
Why didn’t you assume I like big white cock

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: The Real Brian ()
Date: May 28, 2023 10:04AM

Trying to act hard.

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: No jail time ()
Date: May 28, 2023 10:30AM

Uhh no Wrote:
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> So his suspended sentences are to run together? Oh
> okay. I'm sure that's happening.

His suspended sentences will run one after the other. Which means no jail time back to back!

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: Jail is an option ()
Date: May 28, 2023 10:56AM

TJ is on supervised probation for approximately the next year or two. If he violates the probation conditions he could be sent to jail to serve out his sentence behind bars.

Only time will tell, but we can count on TJ to push the boundaries, and his luck.

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: You are wrong, again ()
Date: May 28, 2023 12:33PM

Jail is an option Wrote:
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> TJ is on supervised probation for approximately
> the next year or two. If he violates the
> probation conditions he could be sent to jail to
> serve out his sentence behind bars.
>
> Only time will tell, but we can count on TJ to
> push the boundaries, and his luck.

WRONG! Might want to look up the laws on Virginia probation. No one serves out any sentence for a violation.

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: Arlington Attorney ()
Date: May 28, 2023 01:15PM

You are wrong, again Wrote:
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> Jail is an option Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > TJ is on supervised probation for approximately
> > the next year or two. If he violates the
> > probation conditions he could be sent to jail
> to
> > serve out his sentence behind bars.
> >
> > Only time will tell, but we can count on TJ to
> > push the boundaries, and his luck.
>
> WRONG! Might want to look up the laws on Virginia
> probation. No one serves out any sentence for a
> violation.

You might want to review the law yourself. The Code of Virginia, Section 19.2, Paragraph B provides that the Court may "revoke the suspension and impose or resuspend any or all of that period previously suspended".

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Code of Virginia
§ 19.2-306. Revocation of suspension of sentence and probation.
A. Subject to the provisions of § 19.2-306.2, in any case in which the court has suspended the execution or imposition of sentence, the court may revoke the suspension of sentence for any cause the court deems sufficient that occurred at any time within the probation period, or within the period of suspension fixed by the court. If neither a probation period nor a period of suspension was fixed by the court, then the court may revoke the suspension for any cause the court deems sufficient that occurred within the maximum period for which the defendant might originally have been sentenced to be imprisoned.

B. The court may not conduct a hearing to revoke the suspension of sentence unless the court issues process to notify the accused or to compel his appearance before the court within 90 days of receiving notice of the alleged violation or within one year after the expiration of the period of probation or the period of suspension, whichever is sooner, or, in the case of a failure to pay restitution, within three years after such expiration. If neither a probation period nor a period of suspension was fixed by the court, then the court shall issue process within six months after the expiration of the maximum period for which the defendant might originally have been sentenced to be incarcerated. Such notice and service of process may be waived by the defendant, in which case the court may proceed to determine whether the defendant has violated the conditions of suspension.

C. If the court, after hearing, finds good cause to believe that the defendant has violated the terms of suspension, then the court may revoke the suspension and impose a sentence in accordance with the provisions of § 19.2-306.1. The court may again suspend all or any part of this sentence for a period up to the statutory maximum period for which the defendant might originally have been sentenced to be imprisoned, less any time already served, and may place the defendant upon terms and conditions or probation. The court shall measure the period of any suspension of sentence from the date of the entry of the original sentencing order. However, if a court finds that a defendant has absconded from the jurisdiction of the court, the court may extend the period of probation or suspended sentence for a period not to exceed the length of time that such defendant absconded.

D. If any court has, after hearing, found no cause to impose a sentence that might have been originally imposed, or to revoke a suspended sentence or probation, then any further hearing to impose a sentence or revoke a suspended sentence or probation, based solely on the alleged violation for which the hearing was held, shall be barred.

E. Nothing contained herein shall be construed to deprive any person of his right to appeal in the manner provided by law to the circuit court having criminal jurisdiction from a judgment or order revoking any suspended sentence.

Code 1950, § 53-275; 1958, c. 468; 1970, c. 275; 1975, c. 495; 1978, c. 687; 2002, c. 628; 2016, c. 718; 2021, Sp. Sess. I, c. 538; 2022, cc. 569, 570.
https://law.lis.virginia.gov/vacode/title19.2/chapter18/section19.2-306/

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Code of Virginia
§ 19.2-306.1. Limitation on sentence upon revocation of suspension of sentence; exceptions.
A. For the purposes of this section, "technical violation" means a violation based on the probationer's failure to (i) report any arrest, including traffic tickets, within three days to the probation officer; (ii) maintain regular employment or notify the probation officer of any changes in employment; (iii) report within three days of release from incarceration; (iv) permit the probation officer to visit his home and place of employment; (v) follow the instructions of the probation officer, be truthful and cooperative, and report as instructed; (vi) refrain from the use of alcoholic beverages to the extent that it disrupts or interferes with his employment or orderly conduct; (vii) refrain from the use, possession, or distribution of controlled substances or related paraphernalia; (viii) refrain from the use, ownership, possession, or transportation of a firearm; (ix) gain permission to change his residence or remain in the Commonwealth or other designated area without permission of the probation officer; or (x) maintain contact with the probation officer whereby his whereabouts are no longer known to the probation officer. Multiple technical violations arising from a single course of conduct or a single incident or considered at the same revocation hearing shall not be considered separate technical violations for the purposes of sentencing pursuant to this section.

B. If the court finds the basis of a violation of the terms and conditions of a suspended sentence or probation is that the defendant was convicted of a criminal offense that was committed after the date of the suspension, or has violated another condition other than (i) a technical violation or (ii) a good conduct violation that did not result in a criminal conviction, then the court may revoke the suspension and impose or resuspend any or all of that period previously suspended.

C. The court shall not impose a sentence of a term of active incarceration upon a first technical violation of the terms and conditions of a suspended sentence or probation, and there shall be a presumption against imposing a sentence of a term of active incarceration for any second technical violation of the terms and conditions of a suspended sentence or probation. However, if the court finds, by a preponderance of the evidence, that the defendant committed a second technical violation and he cannot be safely diverted from active incarceration through less restrictive means, the court may impose not more than 14 days of active incarceration for a second technical violation. The court may impose whatever sentence might have been originally imposed for a third or subsequent technical violation. For the purposes of this subsection, a first technical violation based on clause (viii) or (x) of subsection A shall be considered a second technical violation, and any subsequent technical violation also based on clause (viii) or (x) of subsection A shall be considered a third or subsequent technical violation.

D. The limitations on sentencing in this section shall not apply to the extent that an additional term of incarceration is necessary to allow a defendant to be evaluated for or to participate in a court-ordered drug, alcohol, or mental health treatment program. In such case, the court shall order the shortest term of incarceration possible to achieve the required evaluation or participation.

2021, Sp. Sess. I, c. 538.
https://law.lis.virginia.gov/vacode/title19.2/chapter18/section19.2-306.1/

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: No jail time means no jail time ()
Date: May 28, 2023 02:22PM

Arlington Attorney Wrote:
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You might want to review the law yourself. The Code of Virginia, Section 19.2, Paragraph B provides that the Court may "revoke the suspension and impose or resuspend any or all of that period previously suspended".


And yet somehow you conveniently missed or left out (I'm honestly not sure since I didn't actually read anything you posted after that sentence).

So if would take not one, not two but probably THREE or more arrests for peep to serve his suspended sentence. Okay. Got it. So in other words you can continue to look forward to peep serving NO JAIL TIME



The length of your probation will be included in your criminal sentence. Additionally, the new law prohibits the Commonwealth from:

Sending someone back to prison for the first technical violation of probation terms, and in some cases, it also prohibits prison time for second technical violations
Imposing a prison sentence of more than 14 days for a second technical violation
If a third or subsequent technical violation occurs, a judge may impose the rest of the suspended sentence.

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: Mike Basl ()
Date: May 28, 2023 10:14PM

Alex Mint Smith Wrote:
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> If TJ eats my pussy out, I'll pay his court fees
> for him. He better make me moan.

Can I join?

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: Speaking of Michael ()
Date: May 28, 2023 10:21PM

He would really make a good husband to the right person. With all the time and effort he's wasted his life on with people who don't like him just imagine what he'd do for someone who actually loved him and who he could have a healthy relationship with. It's still possible. All he has to do is let go of all these internet people who rejected him, get into therapy, work on himself, work out, lose weight, get a job, find a hobby, be talented at something besides being a criminal and he could actually live happily ever after instead of coming on here every month pretending to be someone else from the internet who hurt his delicate, sensitive little feelings.

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: The real Sylvanna Bocook ()
Date: May 28, 2023 10:53PM

Speaking of Michael Wrote:
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> He would really make a good husband to the right
> person. With all the time and effort he's wasted
> his life on with people who don't like him just
> imagine what he'd do for someone who actually
> loved him and who he could have a healthy
> relationship with. It's still possible. All he has
> to do is let go of all these internet people who
> rejected him, get into therapy, work on himself,
> work out, lose weight, get a job, find a hobby, be
> talented at something besides being a criminal and
> he could actually live happily ever after instead
> of coming on here every month pretending to be
> someone else from the internet who hurt his
> delicate, sensitive little feelings.

TJ stalked me, and I liked it. TJ raped me and I loved it. TJ has a bigger cawk than Basl, Carlos Ace DeJesus, and Moreno all combined. I love TJ, or at least I love his big white cock.

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: Arlington Attorney ()
Date: May 29, 2023 12:04AM

No jail time means no jail time Wrote:
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> Arlington Attorney Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> You might want to review the law yourself. The
> Code of Virginia, Section 19.2, Paragraph B
> provides that the Court may "revoke the suspension
> and impose or resuspend any or all of that period
> previously suspended".
>
>
> And yet somehow you conveniently missed or left
> out (I'm honestly not sure since I didn't actually
> read anything you posted after that sentence).
>
> So if would take not one, not two but probably
> THREE or more arrests for peep to serve his
> suspended sentence. Okay. Got it. So in other
> words you can continue to look forward to peep
> serving NO JAIL TIME
>
>
>
> The length of your probation will be included in
> your criminal sentence. Additionally, the new law
> prohibits the Commonwealth from:
>
> Sending someone back to prison for the first
> technical violation of probation terms, and in
> some cases, it also prohibits prison time for
> second technical violations
> Imposing a prison sentence of more than 14 days
> for a second technical violation
> If a third or subsequent technical violation
> occurs, a judge may impose the rest of the
> suspended sentence.


TJ this is not legal advice, but it may be beneficial to read the following paragraph carefully to better understand the statute.

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Code of Virginia
§ 19.2-306.1 B. If the court finds the basis of a violation of the terms and conditions of a suspended sentence or probation is that the defendant was convicted of a criminal offense that was committed after the date of the suspension, or has violated another condition other than (i) a technical violation or (ii) a good conduct violation that did not result in a criminal conviction, then the court may revoke the suspension and impose or resuspend any or all of that period previously suspended

Only a single criminal conviction — or even simply a violation of a condition (apart from a technical violation) — can result in serving the remainder of a sentence in jail. It actual practice it can and does happen, depending on the violation, defendant, judge, etc. Your lawyer or probation officer can confirm for you.

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: No jail time ()
Date: May 29, 2023 10:14AM

Lizzie had a two year suspended sentence, caught two new charges, one of them being a felony and only got six months. No one gets a suspended sentence imposed, ever. With the new rules in place it would take 3 or more arrests for that to happen. Peep hasn't been in trouble since before those cases went to court. Those cases took months and over a year. It's a pretty safe bet to say that he won't be seeing any jail time.

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: keep telling yourself that TJ ()
Date: May 29, 2023 10:17AM

No jail time Wrote:
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> Lizzie had a two year suspended sentence, caught
> two new charges, one of them being a felony and
> only got six months. No one gets a suspended
> sentence imposed, ever. With the new rules in
> place it would take 3 or more arrests for that to
> happen. Peep hasn't been in trouble since before
> those cases went to court. Those cases took months
> and over a year. It's a pretty safe bet to say
> that he won't be seeing any jail time.


Keep trying; you can do it.

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Re: Where’s TJ
Posted by: No jail time ()
Date: May 29, 2023 11:09AM

I'm not peep but I can assure you that you'll die holding your breath waiting for him to get jail time. If he can get no time on felony stalking of a lawyer it's a safe bet to say he's good to go.

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