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silens vesica
Corsair Cartel
#21 - 2013-02-07 14:51:00 UTC
Whitehound wrote:
silens vesica wrote:
That said, I think the judge was having a bad day. Her 'Adios' didn't strike me so much as a provocation as simply indicitive of poor judgement.

No. Her "Adios" was disrespectful, because she should have been grateful. Instead, did she not take the judge serious for even one minute. Only after giving him the finger did it come to her and she should have been serious throughout the entire conversation. In short, dumb, judgemental biatch got judged and hated it. Lol

Borderline. I think she was mostly ignorant - of the social niceties, the depth of her peril, and a number of other things. I've been in court. I've seen judges provoked - This was nothing. Which is why I'd say 'bad day' for teh judge. Not saying he was wrong - just a lot less patient than any other judge I've ever seen.

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Eurydia Vespasian
Storm Hunters
#22 - 2013-02-07 18:34:49 UTC
she's fortunate she doesn't live in roman times. he could have sentenced her to being raped by baboons for insolence.
silens vesica
Corsair Cartel
#23 - 2013-02-07 18:55:47 UTC
Eurydia Vespasian wrote:
she's fortunate she doesn't live in roman times. he could have sentenced her to being raped by baboons for insolence.

What a rotten way to insult the Legionnaires. P

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baltec1
Bat Country
Pandemic Horde
#24 - 2013-02-07 19:05:35 UTC
Shoot her.
Bane Necran
Appono Astos
#25 - 2013-02-07 19:23:10 UTC
Eurydia Vespasian wrote:
she's fortunate she doesn't live in roman times. he could have sentenced her to being raped by baboons for insolence.


Back then they had the sense to only punish actual crimes like stealing or murder. This girl was caught with a small amount of pills that she didn't have a subscription for. Straight

If you somehow resurrected the most hardcore Roman judge there ever was, he'd probably be giggling his ass off at the situation, too.

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silens vesica
Corsair Cartel
#26 - 2013-02-07 19:29:40 UTC
Bane Necran wrote:
Eurydia Vespasian wrote:
she's fortunate she doesn't live in roman times. he could have sentenced her to being raped by baboons for insolence.


Back then they had the sense to only punish actual crimes like stealing or murder. This girl was caught with a small amount of pills that she didn't have a subscription for. Straight

Of course. They'd only enslave her.

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If you somehow resurrected the most hardcore Roman judge there ever was, he'd probably be giggling his ass off at the situation, too.
Just before he enslaved her and then sold her to line his own pockets.

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Bane Necran
Appono Astos
#27 - 2013-02-07 19:39:01 UTC
She wouldn't even be in this position in ancient Rome, was my point.

And she's already a citizen, so not so easy to enslave unless she does break a law.

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Micheal Dietrich
Kings Gambit Black
#28 - 2013-02-07 19:53:35 UTC
Only in OOPE can we go from laughing at her silliness and saying that the judge may have been a bit harsh to finding ever more creative ways to extinguish her will and/or life using ancient tactics.

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Unsuccessful At Everything
The Troll Bridge
#29 - 2013-02-07 19:58:38 UTC
The judge handled this correctly. The judge will always have the last word, so dont play the backtalk/last word/one-up game with them..because you will lose.

Since the cessation of their usefulness is imminent, may I appropriate your belongings?

Eurydia Vespasian
Storm Hunters
#30 - 2013-02-07 19:58:46 UTC
lol

my point had nothing to do with the crime in question at all. just her attitude. in that situation she was in, before a judge entrusted with the responsibility to dispense justice and law...you show some respect. you take it seriously.

or else risk getting plowed by baboons.
Grimpak
Manufactorum.
#31 - 2013-02-07 20:01:44 UTC
honestly, that seemed like he wanted to set an example of it.

plus, as far as I know, the court is a place where you're supposed to have at the very least a modicum of respect. something that I felt she was lacking on every image of that.

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Bane Necran
Appono Astos
#32 - 2013-02-07 20:10:21 UTC
Eurydia Vespasian wrote:
my point had nothing to do with the crime in question at all. just her attitude.


Yeah, but i'm suggesting her attitude is a result of the entire thing being ridiculous. If she was up for murder or grand theft you can be sure she wouldn't be acting like that.

And what's up the judges interest in the jewelry she owns? He seems just as out of it as she does.

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Eurydia Vespasian
Storm Hunters
#33 - 2013-02-07 20:14:46 UTC
Bane Necran wrote:
Eurydia Vespasian wrote:
my point had nothing to do with the crime in question at all. just her attitude.


Yeah, but i'm suggesting her attitude is a result of the entire thing being ridiculous. If she was up for murder or grand theft you can be sure she wouldn't be acting like that.

And what's up the judges interest in the jewelry she owns? He seems just as out of it as she does.


without seeing the whole thing i guess we can't know. i'm sure there is some context we aren't seeing
Bane Necran
Appono Astos
#34 - 2013-02-07 20:21:02 UTC
Eurydia Vespasian wrote:
without seeing the whole thing i guess we can't know. i'm sure there is some context we aren't seeing


We can guess.

Most likely reason i can think of, is some of her jewelry was put in storage when she was taken into custody, and that's why it came up. But it does look pretty random out of context.

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Zimmy Zeta
Perkone
Caldari State
#35 - 2013-02-07 21:45:55 UTC
I can understand the judge.
That girl was charged for narcotics possession /trade. She then bragged about how expensive her jewelry was- indicating to the judge that she was making a lot of money with those drugs.
After hearing about the 5000 $ charge she just laughed and said some light hearted "Adios"- obviously this girl was expecting a much harsher fine and thought that those 5000 were just small change for her, she was signaling the entire time "F*ck off, old man, I am making so much money with drugs, I don't care for your pathetic fines."

I'd like to apologize for the poor quality of the post above and sincerely hope you didn't waste your time reading it. Yes, I do feel bad about it.

silens vesica
Corsair Cartel
#36 - 2013-02-07 22:50:15 UTC
Bane Necran wrote:
She wouldn't even be in this position in ancient Rome, was my point.

And she's already a citizen, so not so easy to enslave unless she does break a law.
Poor young female? Not a full citizen; Female privilege was limited, and protection, then as now, goes to them as can hire an advocate. After back-talking to a Magistrate, she'd have been in deep doo-doo - they had a LOT of clout.



@ Unsuccessful At Everything: Correct. The Judge always get the last word. Unless he's completely out of line, in which case, another judge gets the last word. this judge? Needlessly harsh, and probably just set the grounds for a successful appeal or dropping of all charges, but she's still going to do the contempt time.

As for the jewlry, I suspect he was trying to set her up to let him allow her to post the bling as her bond, leading to her immediate release from custody. Whcih she seemed too dim to understand. Hence his irritation. Had she said, "Why yes, Your Honor, it is quite valuable, in the range of thousands of dollars! He might well have said. "Fine. The Jewelry is impounded as your bond. Released."

Guess we'll never know, though.

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Sidus Isaacs
Center for Advanced Studies
Gallente Federation
#37 - 2013-02-08 12:39:12 UTC
Grimpak wrote:
honestly, that seemed like he wanted to set an example of it.

plus, as far as I know, the court is a place where you're supposed to have at the very least a modicum of respect. something that I felt she was lacking on every image of that.


I guess very few actually really respects them, they just "play along". Not playing along is pretty dumb though, as shown in this video.

Busting people for drug possession is also pretty ******* dumb, makes it kinda hard to respect the system in the first place.
Bane Necran
Appono Astos
#38 - 2013-02-09 03:14:33 UTC
The final showdown.

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Surfin's PlunderBunny
Sebiestor Tribe
Minmatar Republic
#39 - 2013-02-09 04:26:55 UTC
Bane Necran wrote:
Eurydia Vespasian wrote:
she's fortunate she doesn't live in roman times. he could have sentenced her to being raped by baboons for insolence.


Back then they had the sense to only punish actual crimes like stealing or murder. This girl was caught with a small amount of pills that she didn't have a subscription for. Straight

If you somehow resurrected the most hardcore Roman judge there ever was, he'd probably be giggling his ass off at the situation, too.


Roman times, that would be witchcraft wouldn't it?

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Bane Necran
Appono Astos
#40 - 2013-02-09 04:32:48 UTC
Surfin's PlunderBunny wrote:
Roman times, that would be witchcraft wouldn't it?


Nah, i think they were ok with that. Christians, not so much.

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