Even worse, since this is an ex post facto law (despite the Constitution's prohibition), it penalizes people who took that route 20, 30, 50 years ago.Keith B wrote:No, but there are a lot of cases where people think they are just pleading guilty to make something that maybe really didn't happen go away easily.ericlw wrote:ok so everyone thinks if you assult someone like your spouse you should be able to keep your chl?
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Exactly my thoughts. Eric....Well saidbronco78 wrote:Not in the way you have presented the statement. Dealing with young soldiers and there spouses 24 years now.. I have seen many MP FED LEO or local police called over a shouting match,, slammed door, fist though a wall, door. One or more persons in these events are often charged with a domestic dispute violation,, and even if one of them only "hits" the wall.... it will often go down as domestic violence. What happens at court is another story, never the less there is a paper trail that charges that person with what would be something that is relevant to this discussion.ericlw wrote:ok so everyone thinks if you assault someone like your spouse you should be able to keep your chl?
And lets not even get into disgruntled spouses (male or female) that falsely charge abuse on there partner,, getting them detained, charged, restraining order issued.. all because of a personal dispute.. but NOT because of any real threat or act of violence.