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Zebby

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Zebby last won the day on December 10 2016

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    Steven Spade

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  1. (( @ThatGuy can you find our defendant ?? ))
  2. (( @ThatGuy @Shanks ))
  3. (( which admino is it? ))
  4. (( @Craazy any update? ))
  5. *Justice Ross enters the courtroom with a nod to the Bailiff and to those sitting at the desks of Prosecution and Defence* "Good afternoon... Are both parties present? " (( @Brett who plays the Defendant? ))
  6. PRESS RELEASE TWO LSPD DETECTIVES IN CUSTODY, ONE AT LARGE FACING FELONY CHARGES 21/07/2017 District Attorney's Office District Of Los Santos Steven Spade, Attorney Los Santos, San Andreas ------ On the 18th of July, Detective Maurice Davis of the Los Santos Police Department was interrogated by Assistant District Attorney Alisha MacKenzie regarding the fatal shooting of a suspect by the police department. Shortly thereafter being released, Detective Davis re-approached Miss MacKenzie wishing to talk more in depth about the shooting. After presenting himself at the SCoSA building, and being willfully disarmed for safety of all involved, Mister Davis was sat down in Miss Mackenzie's Office. After acknowledging his Miranda rights, Mister Davis began to confess to three separate incidents, starting with the murder of Leon Rudgement, whom he had beaten to death in the woods after volunteering to transport him from a scene to the San Andreas Detention Centre. Mr. Davis continued to confess his part in the torture and attempted murder of a suspect in the LSPD Detective Bureau Office space, implicating two other LSPD Detectives in the process. Finally, Detective Davis admitted to partaking in, and inciting, the wrongful shooting of the suspect from the original interview. Immediately thereafter, Mr. Davis was taken into custody and transferred to the care of the Federal Task Force, and a full-scale investigation was launched into the allegations. Within hours, the District Attorney’s Office was able ascertain evidence that corroborated the confessions and warrants were issued for the two LSPD Detectives implicated in the aforementioned torture and murder. Detectives Samantha Carr (in custody) and Marquis Cortez (at large) are both facing felony charges for their parts in the incident. Updates on the criminal proceedings will be made available as they develop. Anyone with knowledge of Marquis Cortez’s whereabouts or with additional information is encouraged to approach the District Attorney’s Office. In conjunction with the criminal investigations, and in cooperation with the CPQL, the District Attorney’s Office will be conducting a complete audit of the Los Santos Police Department, focusing specifically on the failings of the Internal Affairs Bureau. The District Attorney is expected to meet with the Chief of Police and County Commissioner in the upcoming days to fully address these and other related subjects. The District Attorney would like to assure the people of Los Santos that “[my] Office will continue to aggressively prosecute any corruption, negligence or criminal activity within the State’s Law Enforcement agencies to ensure that justice is sought for victims, and so the citizens of this District may retain faith that their Peace Officers are being held accountable for their actions.” For more information regarding any of the above, or for interview scheduling, please contact the District Attorney’s Office. END OF RELEASE (( There would be NO comment section ))
  7. "Your Honour, I would be failing my civic duty if I did not inquire as to the presence of an attorney for the Defendant, or if he indeed wished to go on without." (( @Franco @funkydoc69 ))
  8. Name: TheWhiteHat Comment: No time for the people, but lots of time for frivolous law suits and stealing from the hard working. Turf his ass.
  9. @Hurley Thank you for leaving detailed notes at crime scenes. Few do this and its greatly appreciated
  10. SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS Criminal Arraignment Court of San Andreas, District of Los Santos The People Versus Simo Deasmhumhain Subpart 1. Title. In the matter of the Petition of The People, on the 20th of July, 2017, against Simo Deasmhumhain. Subpart 2. Body. The People charge the subject with: DF001 - Possession of a Controlled Substance X - Are multiple misdemeanours stacked for a felonious conviction? Subpart 3. Request. The People demand of the subject Simo Deasmhumhain to the following: 12 Months (( 12 Hours )) Fine of $2,000 in accordance with San Andreas Penal Code. Subpart 4. Evidence. Exhibit 1. - Officer Narrative The following is the narrative submitted to the DA’s Office by the LSPD regarding the Defendant’s actions and context of the case: Upon patrolling at IPS I notice our suspect Simo Deasmhumhain in an RS Haul van in front of the IPS building, parked and talking with the previously caught Jovan Campbell for a few seconds until I notice them trading something. Simo Deasmhumhain handed Jovan Campbell some money, and Campbell has given Simo a baggie that contained what looked to be weed, and so after the deal was done, I followed the RS Haul truck up to pershing where I performed a 10-55, to not spook the guy, with the advantage of having an unmarked vehicle. I radioed in for 10-12 at my current location, unaware wether he had a weapon or not, but chose to be safe than sorry, and got out of my vehicle. I ordered the driver of the RS Haul van out, and detained him in my cruiser. Nothing was found on him. By the time I got the suspect in my cruiser, Sergeant Geoffrey Clayton has arrived on the scene and after briefly being updated by me, he began to look inside and around the vehicle, managing to spot the baggie hidden on the floor of the van. He had to lean in to get it, and after that, he has given it to me and left the scene. After trying to get our suspect to confess to what he's done wrong, he chose a court case and then transported him to SADC where he got processed, mugshots were done and Officer Fox guided him to his cell, his only charge being possession of a controlled substance. Warrants will be filed on Jovan Campbell as soon as possible and another drug dealer will be taken off the streets. Exhibit 2. - DashCam Footage - #1072 Exhibit 3. - BodyCam Footage From LSPD Officers Involved Exhibit 4. - LSPD Evidence Report Subpart 5. Narrative. The case against was forwarded to the District Attorney’s Office on grounds that the Defendant had violated San Andreas laws and was charged with the aforementioned felony of possession of a controlled substance. The Prosecution wishes that the court review the evidence held against Simo Deasmhumhain, and come to a swift judgment regarding the allegations against him. Subpart 6. Recommendation. ☒ - Issue Parole After Release ☑ - Grant Early Release = Sentence - Time Served ☑- Release On Bail of $1,000 USD Subpart 7. Declaration. I, Steven Spade, District Attorney for San Andreas affirm that the foregoing is accurate and true to the best of my knowledge and belief. (( @ThatGuy @Franco @Brett @gopnik1919 Unsure of Defendant's Forum Name))
  11. "Mister Dudeck, Please address the court regarding the arrest of Mister Slava Vadim, your role in the incident, and what you witnessed from AIR-1 in as much detail as possible." (( @Bircher @Unitts @Brett ))
  12. *Justice Ross has a look at the documentation and then motions Miguel to the bench, offering him the evidence.* " Anything to add to your case Mister Juarez after reading these documents?" (( @Makefoo @MrKosm0 ))
  13. "Your Honour, the Prosecution has no further questions for the witness, but would instead motion for another eyewitness testimony, that of former LSPD Officer Thomas Dudeck, the Officer noted as being the operator of the "AIR-1" unit in the original narrative submitted by the LSPD." (( @Bircher @Brett )) (( This case is really hurting from lack of physical logs or footage ))
  14. *Justice Ross nods for a few moments and turns to Officer Wilkinson.* "Officer Wilkinson? Can you please approach the stand with any evidence you have to support the sustaining of the citations you issued including a copy of the citation and so forth? Once that has been done, please offer a testimony to be considered in the defence of your action in regards to this appeal." (( @MrKosm0 @Makefoo ))