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  1. SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS Criminal Arraignment Court of San Andreas, District of Los Santos The People Versus Darrell Armel Subpart 1. Title. In the matter of the Petition of The People, on the 20th of August, 2018, against Darrell Armel. Subpart 2. Body. The People charge the subject(s) with: SF 008 - Felony False Imprisonment GF002 - Aggravated Battery GF 004 - Child Endangerment DF 001 - Controlled Substance Possession Are multiple misdemeanors stacked for a felonious conviction? No Subpart 3. Request. The People demand of the subject Darrell Armel to the following: 14 Years (( 14 days )) Sixty-Seven Thousand Dollar Financial Penalty Subpart 4. Evidence. Exhibit 1 - Investigating Officer Narrative Exhibit 2 - Victim Statement Exhibit 3 - Witness Statement Exhibit 4 - CCTV Footage Exhibit 5 - Defendant Interview Exhibit 6 - Victim Testimony Subpart 5. Narrative. The case against Darrell Armel was forwarded to the District Attorney’s Office on grounds that the Defendant had violated San Andreas laws including Aggravated Battery involving a Minor, False Imprisonment, Child Endangerment, and Drug Possession. The Prosecution wishes that the court review the evidence held against the defendant, and come to a swift judgment regarding the allegations against them. ** THIS TRIAL WOULD BE HELD UNDER A GAG ORDER, AND PUBLICATION BAN DUE TO THE INVOLVEMENT OF MINORS AS VICTIMS. NO MEDIA, OR PERSONS UNRELATED DIRECTLY TO THE CASE WOULD BE PERMITTED INSIDE WITHOUT EXPRESS PERMISSION OF THE JUSTICE PRESIDING. ** Subpart 6. Recommendation. Parole Recommendation After Release Yes Grant Early Release No Release on Bail No 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 @bartman @Urshankov @doo2doo2 @EvilScotsman @Steddie @Lemley25 ))
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    [STATE] The People V. Darell Armel [08/20]

    "In your statements originally to Police you indicated that your attacker strangled you. Is the Defendant here that person?" (( @Wallaby @doo2doo2 ))
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    [STATE] The People V. Maurice Davis [08/06]

    "There is no speculation as your client has already pleaded to Perjury. His intent was to willfully provide false statements which included impersonation of a public official." (( @Wright ))
  4. SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS Criminal Arraignment Court of San Andreas, District of Los Santos The People Versus Maurice Davis Subpart 1. Title. In the matter of the Petition of The People, on the 6th of August, 2018, against Maurice Davis. Subpart 2. Body. The People charge the subject(s) with: MO034 - Perjury MO041 - Contempt of Court WF009 - Possession of Illegal Firearms ( Attempted ) Are multiple misdemeanors stacked for a felonious conviction? No Subpart 3. Request. The People demand of the subject Maurice Davis to the following: That the subject be remanded into custody to serve the remainder of his Life Sentence. Subpart 4. Evidence. Exhibit 1 - Los Santos Police Department Licensing Documentation Exhibit 2 - Firearms Licencing Application Submitted by Maurice Davis Exhibit 3 - Criminal Record of Maurice Davis Exhibit 4 - Parole Agreement Subpart 5. Narrative. On the 5th of August, 2018, Maurice Davis, who had been currently serving parole under a life sentence, for numerous felonies, attempted to acquire firearms illegally by making false statements under affirmation in regards to his License Application with the Los Santos Police Department. Upon becoming aware of this, the District Attorney's Office filed for a warrant on grounds of Perjury and Contempt of Court (violation of Parole Agreement). Maurice Davis was arrested on the 6th of August, 2018 and is currently in custody of the State. Subpart 6. Recommendation. Parole Recommendation After Release No Grant Early Release No Release on Bail No 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. (( @DylanW @ThatGuy @Unitts @bartman @EvilScotsman @Urshankov ))
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    [STATE] The People V. Maurice Davis [08/06]

    "Your clients testimony being entered or not does not disqualify the evidence presented Counsel. That is almost as ridiculous as saying that no person could be convicted without presenting incriminating testimony. The attempt to belittle the case is in done so in vein. Beyond reasonable doubt is the standard, which the Defense has been unable to refute since the Prosecution brought forward its series of qualifying questions which all have been answered and weighed against the actions of a reasonable person." (( @Wright)) "If your client wishes to retake the stand and be questioned based in regards to their intentions then I am sure her Honour would allow it since the defense seems to believe that the defendant word is a critical part in determining this case." (( @Wright @ThatGuy ))
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    [STATE] The People V. Maurice Davis [08/06]

    "Your client has pleaded the fifth during his time on the stand. The Prosecution has no choice but to look elsewhere for the truth." (( @Wright ))
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    [STATE] The People V. Maurice Davis [08/06]

    "Mister Davis would have had clear knowledge that a LEO Tier 1 license had lesser requirements as part of the application process and was expecting for his rouse to result in automatic granting of the license, had it worked. This demonstrates a clear ability to benefit through impersonation." (( @ThatGuy ))
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    [STATE] The People V. Darell Armel [08/20]

    *The Bailiff would take her to the stand, placing her under oath and inviting her to be seated.* "Miss Dakota, Prior to the events that this court is deliberating on, had you ever had any contact with the accused?" (( @doo2doo2 @Wallaby ))
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    [STATE] The People V. Darell Armel [08/20]

    "The Prosecution would call Charlie Dakota to the Stand your Honour" (( @ThatGuy @Wallaby @doo2doo2 ))
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    [STATE] The People V. Maurice Davis [08/06]

    "Your Honour, The argument that Mister Davis is being singled out is invalid. It is within the purview of the District Attorney's Office to arraign and prosecuted the DA's discretion. This is not a legitimate defense as the evidence presented has met the standards for arraignment. The District Attorney cannot be discredited as being malicious when acting within the bounds of their authority, and on evidence validated through due process. Furthermore, Impersonating a Public Official does not mandate that the impersonator actually succeed in gaining benefits... merely the ability to benefit from said act of impersonation, which is clear here. The Prosecution motions for the Defendant to make a plea to the newly leveled charges." (( @Wright @ThatGuy ))
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    [STATE] The People V. Maurice Davis [08/06]

    "Your Honour, The District Attorneys Office reserves the ability to prosecute what it believes constitutes a criminal offense within the State Of San Andreas at will. Due to Mister Davis' criminal history, and the reasonable knowledge of his actions being malicious and unlawful, and not a simple error, he was arraigned under a warrant issued by a justice of the Superior Court of San Andreas. The ability to press, or otherwise try, to posses a restricted weapon is also a non-sequitur as Mister Davis was arrested almost simultaneously with the denial of his application. Additionally Your Honour, The Prosecution motions to charge Maurice Davis with GF019 'False Impersonation of a Public Official' on grounds that, in Exhibit 2, Mister Davis stated that he was a 'retired' LEO, which he clearly was not after receiving a dishonorable discharge as seen here: Mister Davis willfully attempted to impersonate a "qualified retired or separated law enforcement officer" in order to benefit from their privileges to 'automatically be issued a Tier 1 weapons permit', after being subject to conduct which resulted in a loss of his powers as a police officer. " (( @ThatGuy @Wright ))
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    [STATE] The People V. Maurice Davis [08/06]

    "Your Honour, The Prosecution firmly believes that Mister Davis made a specific attempt to acquire a firearm or restricted weapon by submitting a maliciously falsified application for the intent of possesion as a convicted felon. Unlike other crimes with no state of mind element, illegal possession of a firearm or weapon requires proof of knowledge. This makes the offense able to be charged as an attempted crime. It is also absurd to suggest that San Andreas Penal code WF009 and the San Andreas Licensing Tier Act, are not intended to also prohibit felons from attempting to possess firearms and restricted weapons as to protect public safety and to control the conduct of felons because felons are more likely to misuse firearms, hence the similar Federal Statues that also govern felon weapon possession. As the Defense just stated, this is a debate regarding the criminal nature of Mister Davis filing for a -firearms- license... And in that sentence the Prosecution believes the Defendant's actions, beyond reasonable doubt, were intended for the purposes of possessing a restricted weapon under the SALT act. If we examine this from a reasonable point of view, there a a series of circumstances which leads the Prosecution to believe that Maurcice Davis is guilty of attempted illegal possession of a weapon: Is it beyond reasonable doubt that Davis had knowledge of his actions being unlawful? Yes, Maurice Davis' service, training, and duties as a Law Enforcement Officer, specifically his active participation as a member of the Firearms Licensing Bureau, as well as his affirmation of reading, awareness and therefore understanding of -all of the firearms laws- that govern Los Santos and the State of San Andreas qualifies this. Is it beyond reasonable doubt that Davis acted maliciously to deceive? And why deceive? Yes, as his guilty plea to Perjury has attested; he willfully provided false statements, obviously attempting to posses weapons that he was otherwise unqualified to possess by law... This includes energy weapons. Is it beyond reasonable doubt that Davis attempted to acquire a firearms license for the purpose of later possessing firearms or a restricted weapon? Yes, as seen in Exhibit 2, applicants are asked 'Why are you applying for a permit to carry a concealed handgun?" The Defandant did not refute that this was not his intent but instead stated that the he was intending to use a concealed weapon for defense and hunting. Because it is unreasonable for a person to hunt with anything less than a lethal weapon, it is reasonable to conclude that Mister Davis intended to acquire a weapon for this purpose. The Prosecution reminds the court that WF009 covers weapons others than firearms, yet still maintains that those weapons, that are not firearms, such as conductive energy weapons, are still illegal for a convicted felon to be in possession of, and whereby Mister Davis showed obvious intent of possession. How does one plan to use a weapon in a concealed fashion, and for self defense if they are not in possession of it? It is clear therefore, that Mister Davis' actions constituted the specific intent to posses, utilize, and carry a restricted weapon as a convicted felon. His actions exemplify a conscious and deliberate step in possessing a firearm or otherwise restricted weapon, which would be illegal, thus qualifying him for conviction for this crime." (( @ThatGuy @Wright ))
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    [STATE] The People V. Maurice Davis [08/06]

    "Lieutenant Carruthers, along with Captain C. Carter of the Los Santos Police Department are understood by the Prosecution to have overseen the Adminsitrative Services Division during the time of Maurice Davis' service within the Firearms Licensing Bureau... The prosecution offers the following documents to support this... They are evidence of Maurice Davis handling firearms licensing applications: (( @ThatGuy @Wright ))
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    [STATE] The People V. Maurice Davis [08/06]

    "Your Honor, The Prosecution calls M. Carruthers, retired Lieutenant of Administrative Services within the Los Santos Police Department to the stand." (( @Mowafy @ThatGuy @Wright ))
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    [STATE] The People V. Maurice Davis [08/06]

    "Your Honor, The Prosecution objects to the statements made by the Defense, whereby the claim was made that their client did not break any laws after the Defendant has plead guilty to Perjury, on grounds of lying under affirmation, and Contempt, on grounds of a knowing act of willful disobedience in regards to the Parole Agreement as affirmed the Superior Court. The Prosecution also refutes the statements made by the Defense claiming that there is no grounds the Defendant to have 'known better,' whereby as part of the process for the Defendant submitting their License Application, they declare that they have read, agree to abide by, and are aware of all the firearm laws of Los Santos, San Andreas. It is also unreasonable to suggest that Mister Davis received no formal training, and would have been promoted to the rank of Detective without possessing proficient knowledge of the law. The Prosecution submits the following as evidence concerning the Defendant's prior knowledge of the law.. they are the employment records of Maurice Davis, filed by himself, whereby he is noted as actively serving as part of the firearms licensing bureau with the Los Santos Police Department. Additionally, included in these documents is an arrest report filed by Maurice Davis, whereby his application of the law, specifically weapons possession, lead to successful conviction on those accounts. *Steven would hand the documents off to the Bailiff* The Persecution asks the court to consider the following: There is no 'mistakes' made as the Defense would argue, rather purposeful, and knowing attempts to subvert, and deceive the Firearms Licensing Bureau in attempts to acquire a a handgun or otherwise permitted firearm, considering the Defendant's prior knowledge and application of firearms possession law in their past duties with the Los Santos Police Department." (( @ThatGuy @Wright @DylanW ))
  16. SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS Criminal Arraignment Court of San Andreas, District of Los Santos The People Versus Terrell Janis Woods Subpart 1. Title. In the matter of the Petition of The People, on the 10th of September, 2018, against Terrell Janis Woods. Subpart 2. Body. The People charge the subject(s) with: VC039 - Evading Law Enforcement Officers MO007 - Resting Arrest / Obstruction WF002 - Carrying an Unlicensed Firearm Are multiple misdemeanors stacked for a felonious conviction? No Subpart 3. Request. The People demand of the subject Terrell Janis Woods to the following: Four and One Half Years (( 4.5 days OOC )) Five Thousand Dollar Financial Penalty Subpart 4. Evidence. Exhibit 1 - Officer Narrative: P.Edwards Exhibit 2 - Evidence Report with Secondary Officer Narrative: N. Carter Exhibit 3 - Dashcam footage Subpart 5. Narrative. The case against Terrell Janis Woods was forwarded to the District Attorney’s Office on grounds that the Defendant had violated San Andreas laws including attempted evasion of Law Enforcement Officers and the carrying of unlicensed firearms. The Prosecution wishes that the court review the evidence held against the defendant, and come to a swift judgment regarding the allegations against them. (( @RolePlayer10 )) Subpart 6. Recommendation. Parole Recommendation After Release No Grant Early Release Yes Release on Bail Yes Four Thousand Dollars 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 @bartman @EvilScotsman @RolePlayer10 ))
  17. SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS Criminal Arraignment Court of San Andreas, District of Los Santos The People Versus Nasir Jefferson Subpart 1. Title. In the matter of the Petition of The People, on the 18th of Septemeber, 2018, against Nasir Jefferson. Subpart 2. Body. The People charge the subject(s) with: SF004 - Attempted First Degree Murder WF002 - Carrying a Unlicensed Firearm WF005 - Assault With a Firearm Are multiple misdemeanors stacked for a felonious conviction? No Subpart 3. Request. The People demand of the subject Nasir Jefferson to the following: Life Imprisonment Thirty Five Thousand Dollar Financial Penalty Subpart 4. Evidence. Exhibit 1 -Officer Affidavit of Narrative Exhibit 2 - Witness Testimony Exhibit 3 - CCTV Footage Subpart 5. Narrative. The case against Nasir Jefferson was forwarded to the District Attorney’s Office on grounds that the Defendants had violated San Andreas laws including the premeditated attempted murder of Martin Cunningham and associated weapons felonies. The Prosecution wishes that the court review the evidence held against the defendant, and come to a swift judgment regarding the allegations against them. Subpart 6. Recommendation. Parole Recommendation After Release No Grant Early Release No Release on Bail No NOT RECCOMENDED 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. (( @DaLuppo @Urshankov @ThatGuy @EvilScotsman @bartman ))
  18. SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS Criminal Arraignment Court of San Andreas, District of Los Santos The People Versus Nathan Palazzo Subpart 1. Title. In the matter of the Petition of The People, on the 18th of Septemeber, 2018, against Nathan Palazzo. Subpart 2. Body. The People charge the subject(s) with: GF022 - Felonious Burglary (Attempted) MO018 - Criminal Tresspass MO023 - Vandalism MO013 - Possession of Burglary Tools Are multiple misdemeanors stacked for a felonious conviction? Yes Subpart 3. Request. The People demand of the subject Nathan Palazzo to the following: Three and One Half years (( 3.5 days )) Six Thousand Dollar Financial Penalty Subpart 4. Evidence. Exhibit 1 - Officer Affidavit of Narrative Exhibit 2 - Originating 911 Call Exhibit 3 - Photo's from Scene Exhibit 4 - Evidence Report Subpart 5. Narrative. The case against Nathan Palazzo was forwarded to the District Attorney’s Office on grounds that the Defendants had violated San Andreas laws including an incomplete attempt of Felonious Burglary, Criminal Trespass, Possession of Burglary Tools and Vandalism, . The Prosecution wishes that the court review the evidence held against the defendant, and come to a swift judgment regarding the allegations against them. Subpart 6. Recommendation. Parole Recommendation After Release No Grant Early Release No Release on Bail Yes PRE-DETERMINED 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.
  19. SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS Criminal Arraignment Court of San Andreas, District of Los Santos The People Versus Kevin Taylor Subpart 1. Title. In the matter of the Petition of The People, on the 6th of August, 2018, against Kevin Taylor. Subpart 2. Body. The People charge the subject(s) with: MO046 - Misuse of emergency services MO048 - Negligence of duty MO049 - Public Endangerment MO031 - Vigilantism Are multiple misdemeanors stacked for a felonious conviction? Yes Subpart 3. Request. The People demand of the subject Kevin Taylor to the following: 4 Years (( 4 Days )) $5,500.00 USD Financial Penalty Subpart 4. Evidence. Exhibit 1 - Officer Testimony Exhibit 2 - Physical Evidence Subpart 5. Narrative. The case against Kevin Taylor was forwarded to the District Attorney’s Office on grounds that the Defendants had violated San Andreas laws including Misuse of Emergency Service, Negligence of Duty and Public Endangerment while in service of the Department of Public Safety. The Prosecution wishes that the court review the evidence held against the defendant, and come to a swift judgment regarding the allegations against them. Subpart 6. Recommendation. Parole Recommendation After Release No Grant Early Release Yes Release on Bail Yes 4000 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. (( @Norm @ThatGuy @bartman @EvilScotsman @TPG ))
  20. "The Prosecution accepts this plea along with the aforementioned weapons charges."
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  22. "Your Honor, The Prosecution withdraws the case against Nathan Palazzo." (( @Urshankov @Wright @Sacred ))
  23. "Yes Your Honour." (( @ThatGuy ))
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    [Habeas Corpus] Fernando Valesquez

    "Very used to being in the Prosecution's seat. Apologies."
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    [Habeas Corpus] Fernando Valesquez

    "Could the defense specify who informed them of the unknown reasons?" (( @maramizo ))
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