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  1. Wright

    [STATE] The People v. Wallace Gibson

    "I too, agree, that the precedent should apply." (( @JameZ @ThatGuy ))
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    [STATE] The People v. Wallace Gibson

    "Your Honor, a precedent has already been set on these very crimes committed. McLaughlin v. United States, heard by the Supreme Court of the United States, states that an unloaded firearm is still considered to be a dangerous weapon. The reason for this is that the victims believed the weapon to be loaded and had fear instilled in them. Additionally, the weapon (loaded or not, real or not) creates an immediate danger that a violent response will ensue. Had the police arrived and accidentally shot an employee it would be the responsibility and fault of Mr. Gibson for invoking a violent reaction from police by using a firearm, real or not, during these crimes. Having thus established this precedent and the fact Mr. Gibson took part in an armed robbery with two other men, pointing their weapons at the employees, proves beyond a reasonable doubt the intent to rob the gas station. Furthermore, aiding in a crime or attempting to commit a crime and failing harbors the same punishment as having committed the crime. We ask that the defenses motions be denied and bail be denied given that Mr. Gibson was in a vehicle that opened fire on police." (( @ThatGuy @JameZ ))
  3. SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS Civil Petition Court of San Andreas, District of Los Santos Davion Coppel Versus Los Santos Police Department Subpart 1. Accusation. In the matter of this civil petition, Davion Colppel on the February 18th, 2019, accuses the Los Santos Police Department of: Unlawful Imprisonment. Subpart 2. Demands. The plaintiff, Davion Coppel demands the following: Immediate release from custody. Immediate presentation of all relevant documents & probable cause of Davion Coppel's unlawful detainment. Subpart 3. Narrative. Davion Coppel contacted Olsson & Associates via letter outlining his unlawful detainment. Attached is the narrative: Subpart 4. Ancillary Information. Defendant Legal Representation: X Plaintiff Legal Representation: Erik Olsson Contact Information: Presiding Judge: X Subpart 7. Declaration. I, Erik Olsson, affirm that the foregoing is accurate and true to the best of my knowledge and belief. (( @ThatGuy @Urshankov @Zebulon @Shanks @EvilScotsman @bartman ))
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    [STATE] The People v. Wallace Gibson

    "As seen on the CCTV footage, Gerald Mill held a pistol towards gas pump employees whilst Wallace Gibson and Marcus Willburn entered the store, armed, and robbed the cash register. We believe the listed evidence and narrative presented covers everything that needs to be mentioned in any opening statement." (( @ThatGuy @JameZ ))
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    [STATE] The People v. Gerald Mill

    "Prosecution is present, your Honor." (( @ThatGuy ))
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    [STATE] The People v. Gerald Mill

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    [STATE] The People v. Marcus Willburn

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    [STATE] The People v. Wallace Gibson

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  9. SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS Criminal Arraignment Court of San Andreas, District of Los Santos The People Versus Wallace Gibson Subpart 1. Title. In the matter of the Petition of The People, on the 3rd of February, 2019, against Wallace Gibson. Subpart 2. Body. The People charge the subject(s) with: WF001 - Drawing, Exhibiting or Using (Brandishing) a Firearm or Weapon WF002 - Carrying a Unlicensed Firearm or Weapon WF005 - Assault with a Firearm WF009 - Possession of Illegal Firearms/Weapons GF006 - Armed Robbery Are multiple misdemeanors stacked for a felonious conviction? No Subpart 3. Request. The People demand of the subject Wallace Gibson to the following: 13 Years (Days) and 0 Months (Hours) Twenty Thousand Dollar Fine Subpart 4. Evidence. Exhibit 1. CCTV Footage Exhibit 2. Firearm Exhibit 3. Seth Decker Witness Statement Exhibit 4. Evidence Report Exhibit 5. Dashcam Footage showing Shooting Subpart 5. Narrative. Gerald Mill was taken into police custody on January 29th, 2019, following an armed robbery that took place at KB's Gas Station located at 1905 Atlantica Avenue at 20:25. Gerald Mill, alongside two other assailants, Marcus Wilburn and Wallace Gibson, were captured on MB's Gas Station CCTV cameras holding employees of the gas station at gunpoint. Gerald Mill is seen to be aiming a Beretta Px4 Storm at gas pump employees whilst two other assailants made entry on the gas station and robbed a cash register from three clerks working inside. (See exhibit #1) Gerald Mill rode as a back-right passenger in a 1963 Chevrolet Impala (DY9 5546) cream in color registered to Gerald Mill with Marcus Wilburn as the driver and Wallace Gibson as the front passenger. The driver, Marcus Wilburn, withdrew a Smith & Wesson handgun and opened fire on Detective I Nicholas Moretta's patrol vehicle before leading police on a high speed vehicle pursuit. During the vehicle pursuit, Gerald Mill threw his Beretta Px4 Storm from the vehicle into a bush at the Vinewood Burgershot which was later collected and turned into evidence. (See exhibit #2) The vehicle pursuit eventually came to a stop on Forum Street behind the LS Stadium in Ganton when all three suspects inside of the car surrendered. Gerald Mill, alongside the other two suspects, were taken into police custody. A witness statement was collected from Seth Decker (see exhibit #3), an employee at KB's Gas Station who was held at gunpoint and robbed by the three suspects, alongside CCTV footage collected showing all three suspects participating in the armed robbery. Subpart 6. Recommendation. Parole Recommendation After Release No Grant Early Release No Release on Bail No Subpart 7. Declaration. I, Alisha MacKenzie, District Attorney for San Andreas affirm that the foregoing is accurate and true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
  10. SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS Criminal Arraignment Court of San Andreas, District of Los Santos The People Versus Marcus Willburn Subpart 1. Title. In the matter of the Petition of The People, on the 3rd of February, 2019, against Marcus Willburn. Subpart 2. Body. The People charge the subject(s) with: SF004 - Attempted Murder - First Degree SF012 - Drug Trafficking TF001 - Felony Reckless Evading WF001 - Drawing, Exhibiting or Using (Brandishing) a Firearm or Weapon WF002 - Carrying a Unlicensed Firearm or Weapon WF005 - Assault with a Firearm WF006 (#) - Shooting at an Inhabited Dwelling or Occupied Car WF007 - Shooting from a Vehicle WF009 - Possession of Illegal Firearms/Weapons GF006 - Armed Robbery Are multiple misdemeanors stacked for a felonious conviction? No Subpart 3. Request. The People demand of the subject Marcus Willburn to the following: Life in Prison Sixty Eight Thousand Five Hundred Dollar Fine Subpart 4. Evidence. Exhibit 1. CCTV Footage Exhibit 2. Firearm Exhibit 3. Seth Decker Witness Statement Exhibit 4. Evidence Report Exhibit 5. Dashcam Footage showing Shooting Subpart 5. Narrative. Gerald Mill was taken into police custody on January 29th, 2019, following an armed robbery that took place at KB's Gas Station located at 1905 Atlantica Avenue at 20:25. Gerald Mill, alongside two other assailants, Marcus Wilburn and Wallace Gibson, were captured on MB's Gas Station CCTV cameras holding employees of the gas station at gunpoint. Gerald Mill is seen to be aiming a Beretta Px4 Storm at gas pump employees whilst two other assailants made entry on the gas station and robbed a cash register from three clerks working inside. (See exhibit #1) Gerald Mill rode as a back-right passenger in a 1963 Chevrolet Impala (DY9 5546) cream in color registered to Gerald Mill with Marcus Wilburn as the driver and Wallace Gibson as the front passenger. The driver, Marcus Wilburn, withdrew a Smith & Wesson handgun and opened fire on Detective I Nicholas Moretta's patrol vehicle before leading police on a high speed vehicle pursuit. During the vehicle pursuit, Gerald Mill threw his Beretta Px4 Storm from the vehicle into a bush at the Vinewood Burgershot which was later collected and turned into evidence. (See exhibit #2) The vehicle pursuit eventually came to a stop on Forum Street behind the LS Stadium in Ganton when all three suspects inside of the car surrendered. Gerald Mill, alongside the other two suspects, were taken into police custody. A witness statement was collected from Seth Decker (see exhibit #3), an employee at KB's Gas Station who was held at gunpoint and robbed by the three suspects, alongside CCTV footage collected showing all three suspects participating in the armed robbery. Additionally, a search warrant was executed after these events and a total of 405 grams of cocaine was seized along with 33 grams of marijuana. There was also a stack of drug money beside the drugs totaling $6500. Subpart 6. Recommendation. Parole Recommendation After Release No Grant Early Release No Release on Bail No Subpart 7. Declaration. I, Alisha MacKenzie, District Attorney for San Andreas affirm that the foregoing is accurate and true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
  11. SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS Criminal Arraignment Court of San Andreas, District of Los Santos The People Versus Gerald Mill Subpart 1. Title. In the matter of the Petition of The People, on the 3rd of February, 2019, against Gerald Mill. Subpart 2. Body. The People charge the subject(s) with: WF001 - Drawing, Exhibiting or Using (Brandishing) a Firearm or Weapon WF002 - Carrying a Unlicensed Firearm or Weapon WF005 - Assault with a Firearm WF009 - Possession of Illegal Firearms/Weapons GF006 - Armed Robbery Are multiple misdemeanors stacked for a felonious conviction? No Subpart 3. Request. The People demand of the subject Gerald Mill to the following: 13 Years (Days) and 0 Months (Hours) Twenty Thousand Dollar Fine Subpart 4. Evidence. Exhibit 1. CCTV Footage Exhibit 2. Firearm Exhibit 3. Seth Decker Witness Statement Subpart 5. Narrative. Gerald Mill was taken into police custody on January 29th, 2019, following an armed robbery that took place at KB's Gas Station located at 1905 Atlantica Avenue at 20:25. Gerald Mill, alongside two other assailants, Marcus Wilburn and Wallace Gibson, were captured on MB's Gas Station CCTV cameras holding employees of the gas station at gunpoint. Gerald Mill is seen to be aiming a Beretta Px4 Storm at gas pump employees whilst two other assailants made entry on the gas station and robbed a cash register from three clerks working inside. (See exhibit #1) Gerald Mill rode as a back-right passenger in a 1963 Chevrolet Impala (DY9 5546) cream in color registered to Gerald Mill with Marcus Wilburn as the driver and Wallace Gibson as the front passenger. The driver, Marcus Wilburn, withdrew a Smith & Wesson handgun and opened fire on Detective I Nicholas Moretta's patrol vehicle before leading police on a high speed vehicle pursuit. During the vehicle pursuit, Gerald Mill threw his Beretta Px4 Storm from the vehicle into a bush at the Vinewood Burgershot which was later collected and turned into evidence. (See exhibit #2) The vehicle pursuit eventually came to a stop on Forum Street behind the LS Stadium in Ganton when all three suspects inside of the car surrendered. Gerald Mill, alongside the other two suspects, were taken into police custody. A witness statement was collected from Seth Decker (see exhibit #3), an employee at KB's Gas Station who was held at gunpoint and robbed by the three suspects, alongside CCTV footage collected showing all three suspects participating in the armed robbery. Subpart 6. Recommendation. Parole Recommendation After Release No Grant Early Release No Release on Bail No Subpart 7. Declaration. I, Alisha MacKenzie, District Attorney for San Andreas affirm that the foregoing is accurate and true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
  12. "Thank you, no further questions." (( @BremboBG ))
  13. "How were these meetings organized? Did you write to him, speak to him in person, on the phone, email?" (( @BremboBG ))
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