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[link=http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2009/12/15/jolly-indicted-again-on-drug-charges/]http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2009/12/15/jolly-indicted-again-on-drug-charges/[/link]

How will this affect the pack?
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jimmyq1
gotnogame wrote:


DB wrote:


They've already messed up the process once, a good lawyer will get this dismissed before a trial even occurs.


Wrong as they don't refile UNLESS they are very confident of a conviction.


Or they are arrogant, have a vendetta, dumb, etc.

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justjon007
JimmyQ wrote:


gotnogame wrote:


DB wrote:


They've already messed up the process once, a good lawyer will get this dismissed before a trial even occurs.


Wrong as they don't refile UNLESS they are very confident of a conviction.


Or they are arrogant, have a vendetta, dumb, etc.


You're talking about LAWYERS?
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hoopsgalore
Paladium wrote:


hoopsgalore wrote:


Wizzler wrote:

I love how the maximum penalty is 20 years. There are murders who get out in less time than that. People need to stop acting like this is such a big deal.


This is a big deal... Purple drank can KILL someone and has taken the lives of people like Pimp C and DJ Screw. So, when you're in possession of 200 milligrams of Codeine, and you aren't prescribed it, it kind of is a big deal.

I'm not going to comment on the whole murder part of your post, but this is kind of a big deal...


Yeah, but if anyone dies it'll be him for drinking it.

A big difference between dying because you're a dumbass and OD and killing someone else.


All you need is 100 mg to really screw with someone. Make a couple drinks, give it to someone and it somehow kills them.

Of course he could die from drinking it, but you can certainly make two or three drinks with 200 mg.

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pinetar
are we talking about [link=http://www.hipsterwave.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/3135052008_9a5a7b5504_o.jpg]this?[/link]
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wizzler
I love how the maximum penalty is 20 years. There are murders who get out in less time than that. People need to stop acting like this is such a big deal.

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hoopsgalore
Wizzler wrote:

I love how the maximum penalty is 20 years. There are murders who get out in less time than that. People need to stop acting like this is such a big deal.


This is a big deal... Purple drank can KILL someone and has taken the lives of people like Pimp C and DJ Screw. So, when you're in possession of 200 milligrams of Codeine, and you aren't prescribed it, it kind of is a big deal.

I'm not going to comment on the whole murder part of your post, but this is kind of a big deal...
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MWarrior2008_old
Well since it appears this is not his first indictment then I guess he'll get whatever's coming to him. From a football standpoint what we are losing is a big D-Lineman that could intercept a batted pass (although I have not seen him do so lately). But right now I actually think we have enough depth right now as long as we become healthy again.
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diener34
He's going to get probation.
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paladium
hoopsgalore wrote:


Wizzler wrote:

I love how the maximum penalty is 20 years. There are murders who get out in less time than that. People need to stop acting like this is such a big deal.


This is a big deal... Purple drank can KILL someone and has taken the lives of people like Pimp C and DJ Screw. So, when you're in possession of 200 milligrams of Codeine, and you aren't prescribed it, it kind of is a big deal.

I'm not going to comment on the whole murder part of your post, but this is kind of a big deal...


Yeah, but if anyone dies it'll be him for drinking it.

A big difference between dying because you're a dumbass and OD and killing someone else.
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pinetar
MWarrior2008 wrote:


Well since it appears this is not his first indictment then I guess he'll get whatever's coming to him. From a football standpoint what we are losing is a big D-Lineman that could intercept a batted pass (although I have not seen him do so lately). But right now I actually think we have enough depth right now as long as we become healthy again.


Bolded #1: This is the same one...it got dismissed earlier and now a grand jury has picked it up...not 2 seperate incidents

Bolded #2: Isn't the second part about becoming healthy contradicting the first part about us having depth?
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bhsblackhawks
Pinetar wrote:


MWarrior2008 wrote:


Well since it appears this is not his first indictment then I guess he'll get whatever's coming to him. From a football standpoint what we are losing is a big D-Lineman that could intercept a batted pass (although I have not seen him do so lately). But right now I actually think we have enough depth right now as long as we become healthy again.


Bolded #1: This is the same one...it got dismissed earlier and now a grand jury has picked it up...not 2 seperate incidents

Bolded #2: Isn't the second part about becoming healthy contradicting the first part about us having depth?


I think what he means is that IF we're healthy, THEN we have enough depth. I don't think he means we have enough depth if they're injured. Thats what i got out of it.

When will the trial be? And will it actually interfere with this season at all? I havent read much on this, just that article, and i dont remember seeing it in there.
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db11
They've already messed up the process once, a good lawyer will get this dismissed before a trial even occurs.
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mrmike527
JimmyQ wrote:


gotnogame wrote:


DB wrote:


They've already messed up the process once, a good lawyer will get this dismissed before a trial even occurs.


Wrong as they don't refile UNLESS they are very confident of a conviction.


Or they are arrogant, have a vendetta, dumb, etc.


They actually just had to delay it because they needed time to prove their new equipment wasn't faulty and was being used properly.

However, there's a good chance Jolly gets off, if the prosecution can't prove he knew others in his car had the codeine.
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