To incompetent to stand trial SMH this world is so corrupt I wouldn't be able to understand charGes beinG brouGht aGainst me or able to communicate with my lawyer too if I was on trial for murdering 9 people!!!!
And they took him to burGer kinG because he was hunGry upon arrest I hope this world will one day Grow out of the unjust ball of dirt it is!!!!
I am not a law student but...
Double Jeopardy rule would apply. Once someone is found not guilty by a court of law for a particular criminal act, that person cannot be tried again for the same criminal act by the same jurisdictional authority, even if later evidence proves the person's guilt. However, a person can be tried multiple times if there are multiple jurisdictions that have claim to the same act. Such is the case when a person violates both state and federal laws while committing a crime. The person may be found not guilty in a state court, but could be found guilty for the same crime in federal court.
I also believe that in some instances a jury can find you guilty of a lesser crime,if instructed by the judge that such a possibility exists in the case.
"The law to be charged to the jury is determined by the evidence presented
at trial." State v. Hill, 315 S.C. 260, 262, 433 S.E.2d 848, 849 (1993). The trial court is required to charge a jury on a lesser-included offense if there is evidence from which it could be inferred that the defendant committed the lesser, rather than the greater, offense. State v. Drafts, 288 S.C. 30, 340 S.E.2d 784 (1986); see also Dempsey v. State, 363 S.C. 365, 610 S.E.2d 812 (2005); State v. Gourdine, 322 S.C. 396, 472 S.E.2d 241 (1996).
So i guess the answer to your question is..... It depends. The judge can instruct the jury to consider a lesser charge during deliberation, or the attorneys can request that the judge do so.
Isn't it true that the jury could convict Slager of negligent homicide or voluntary manslaughter?
"Don't touch me, I have mens rea!"
Sure, there may be Democrat hypocrites, too. But typically they are not enacting legislation to trample on the rights of people based on gender, sexual persuasion, etc. It always seems to be a Republican who has fought long and hard to limit someone's rights, that gets caught with his hand under the bathroom stall.
So quite yer stupid yawning and wake the heck up!
Like how christian conservatives still castigate Bill Clinton for an extramarital affair while simultaneously pulling the lever for avid hiker Mark Sanford.
Smear a turd with a thin layer of trickle-down mythology and a conservative will eat it with a grin.
Oh. Republicans might be hypocrites but so might Democrats.
'Trapping Bill Clinton with an intern'? Really? I thought you Dems were against "men of power" taking advantage of secretaries and interns. Short memory, huh? But good to see you not blaming White people for God knows what.
Well, at least the Ayatollah Cruz won't be president.
Man, and I thought this was going to be about Dennis Hastert. How could I have made that mistaken assumption? Hmmmmm...
"Moredock should update his facts. The tide is turning toward Sanders as I type..."
Colonel Sanders maybe.
Bernie? Just there so Hillary has someone to debate so the Repubes don't get all of the press.
I happily gave the man $100. I would do it again if he starts to poll well. Any Dem but Sanford. Cherny might not hold Sanford's gross dereliction of duty against him, but I do.
Moredock should update his facts. The tide is turning toward Sanders as I type...
Oh, that. Yea. That's goofy.
From the above article: "In an interview last week, he surprised me with the fanciful theory that Donald Trump is running for the GOP presidential nomination in order to throw the November election to Hillary Clinton. (Yes, you read that right!)"
What unsupported conspiracy theories are you talking about, Mario?
Conspiracies happen in American politics. But voicing unsupported conspiracy theories has the net effect of playing into the hands of the right wing--as it feeds a sense of futility that many Americans share re: the political process and political efficacy. That vile cynicism was best summed up in Ronald Reagan's inaugural address--"Government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem." No utterance that I can think of has been more dangerous, violent and destructive in the past 35 years.
Until he can prove his quare notions, Cherny would best be served by continuing to appeal to our better angels and leaving the conspiracies to Alex Jones, stormfront.org, and their like.
Cherny sounds like a very good man doomed to defeat, but anyway... He sort of awakens the momentary and whimsical desire in me to return to my former home state & vote for the guy. Here in NC we seem to be threatening to beat y'all in the race to the bottom.
I'm disappointed. Engineers are not supposed to be whackos.
The giant photo at the top of this page should be the subject of the article. How many people now think this is a picture of Dimitri?
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