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  1. maramizo

    [STATE] The People v. Martin Cunningham [11/05]

    (( How it goes about IRL is that the court issues a subpoena to the person which you get through hand delivery, e-mail, or through mail. Once you get served the subpoena, you're expected to either go to court or be found in contempt of court warranting an arrest. ))
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    [STATE] The People v. Martin Cunningham [11/05]

    "The defense calls Fredich Alpers to the stand." (( @ThatGuy @Wright ))
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    [STATE] The People v. Martin Cunningham [11/05]

    "The defense would like to move to examination in order to call witnesses to the stand, as the only proof would be witness testimony due to the nature of the situation, your honor." (( @ThatGuy @Wright ))
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    [STATE] The People v. Martin Cunningham [11/05]

    (( Yeah the dude's on bail so there's really no pressure. In my mind courtrooms & paperwork usually takes a LOT of time, so it's all in good heart. @ThatGuy )) "Yes, your honor. My client, Martin Cunningham, has been a respectable government employee with no history of erroneous actions or any sort of negligence within his work until this incident. On the 30th of September, of this year, my client had been in an interview with Friedrich Alpers, discussing the hiring process and placing in motion a plan to hire Friedrich Alpers. My client knew that Friedrich Alpers was a felon, and hence was going to take the necessary measures in order to prevent Friedrich Alpers from ever holding a weapon personally. The reason as to why my client specifically wanted Friedrich Alpers was due to his experience. Friedrich Alpers had paramilitary experience. He owned a serious security company named Blackhawk Tactical Solutions which ran under RPMF, and had heavy training. Friedrich Alpers was never really going to be hired to do the work himself, but instead train and give his insight to other employees." "The real issue is that within a few hours, Friedrich Alpers made his way to the lockers and acquired weapons which were already in the locker, as sort of a preset, since all employees with the rank that he was going to be would have the access. My client had no time to change said weaponry, and had specifically instructed Friedrich Alpers to wait until the paperwork is done." "That's all. Thank you, your honor."
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    [STATE] The People v. Martin Cunningham [11/05]

    (( TBF it was painfully obvious that it's an OOC issue at heart but for the sake of good roleplay I tried my best to blend any OOC reasoning into IC reasoning. The main issue is that the dude was told OOC not to do anything until he gets his paperwork - being the duties - done and the guy whom I'm representing logs off. He logs back on to find this whole thing having taken place. I just figured I'd share this portion of information ahead so that in case you find this justified ground to consider dismissing the case, then we wouldn't have to waste time. ))
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    [STATE] The People v. Martin Cunningham [11/05]

    "Motion to strike for redundancy, the plaintiff is repeating himself. We've already been over the badge sentence, no badge was ever produced and the defense asks for direct evidence, as the bodycam footage does not show a badge on Fredich Alpers, although he had a weapon. Fredich Alpers' existence on the database does not mean he was hired. Multiple cadets are within the Police Department's database, this does not mean they're hired. They're in their training period, as Fredich Alpers was." (( @ThatGuy ))
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    [STATE] The People v. Martin Cunningham [11/05]

    "My client has never issued a badge to Fredich Alpers. Unless if the plaintiff may provide the badge and a testimony that my client had issued a badge to Fredich Alpers, then the defense motions to strike that statement. Fredich Alpers was still in training, with his paperwork not even finished and was told so in person by my client. My client's statement concerning 'letting anyone with a badge do so' was a generic, mocking statement, concerning how the guard's mishandled the situation." (( NPCs allow people to enter lockers simply through being in the F3. The "badge" was used here as an IC term to describe an OOC phenomena. )) "However, it still remains that mister Cunningham had clearly told Fredich Alpers not to consider himself an employee yet as he had never received training, nor was he issued a badge. The fact that Fredich Alpers decided to, nonetheless, enter the lockers and mislead the guard by withholding information is fraud through misrepresentation. My client should not be held accountable for Fredich Alpers' shenanigans." * Martin takes a few seconds, then continues. * "Mister Cunningham had also never signed any paperwork with Fredich Alpers. There was no contract of hiring Fredich Alpers at the point where he had entered the lockers. Legally speaking, Fredich Alpers was never even an employee. Mister Cunningham is being tried for hiring a felon when no hiring had contractually taken place."
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    [STATE] The People v. Martin Cunningham [11/05]

    "Your honor, Martin Cunningham is a respected employee and business owner. Mister Cunningham has no interest whatsoever in breaking any rules of conduct of the Public Security Service. What the plaintiff is claiming, negligence, implies that mister Cunningham actually hired a felon. Not only that, but it also requires mister Cunningham to give this felon the ability to hold a weapon and know he is a felon, or have read the said mandate and hired the felon. Either one of the two constitutes negligence. This is where the issue is, my client has never actually hired Fredich Alpers. My client's last words to Alpers was that he was still going to process his papers and get back to him in a few hours. There is no contract or badge that allows Alpers entry to the armory, through which he'd acquired his weapon. The negligence here lies not from my client, but from the guard which readily allowed Fredich Alpers to access an area which he had not been authorized to access. Not only this, but the plaintiff's party, the Los Santos Police Department, had let go of Fredich Alpers whom had social engineered his way into getting his weapon; which constitutes multiple felonies. The DA then proceeded to attempt to charge my client for Alpers' hiring, when no hiring had actually ever gone through." (( @ThatGuy @EvilScotsman ))
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    i miss my old forum account - rip piercee

    .. you're alive???
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    [STATE] The People v. Martin Cunningham [11/05]

    "The plaintiff has not provided a date for me to prove wrong, your honor. It was an underlying assumption that the service mandate was released before the time that the alleged hiring happened, and yet no date was released, nor was there any signature from my client upon reading this which contractually holds him to said standard or rules. There also has been no established regularity or repetitive patterns that would imply that it would be normal for my client to know of said rules at the time of the hiring. It seems unnecessary to attempt to invalidate that which has not been proven by the plaintiff in the first place, is what I'm trying to say, your honor." (( @ThatGuy ))
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    [STATE] The People v. Martin Cunningham [11/05]

    "It was only my intention to strike that from the record. Thank you, your honor." (( @ThatGuy @EvilScotsman ))
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    [STATE] The People v. Martin Cunningham [11/05]

    "The evidence is incomplete. This is an objection to the nature of admissibility of the material evidence presented, being the service mandate. This service mandate, which the plaintiff acknowledged as the basic requirements, has been stripped out of the context that it was only set into motion after Fredich Alpers was allegedly hired. Even if my client had legally hired Fredich Alpers, there is no contract that effectively obligated my client to specifically avoid hiring felons, in contrast to the out of context evidence." (( @ThatGuy @EvilScotsman ))
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    [STATE] The People v. Martin Cunningham [11/05]

    "Objection, your honor. The plaintiff is misleading the court by claiming that these requirements were active when the defense had started hiring mister Alpers. These requirements were only ever posted after mister Alpers was hired." (( @ThatGuy @EvilScotsman ))

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