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    Re: Casey Anthony Trial: Jury Reaches Verdict

    Quote Originally Posted by dontworrybehappy View Post
    Which is the most absurd law that will ever be written.

    How the hell do you enforce it? What if they are in the care of someone else, a babysitter, grandparents, a nanny? What if you're on a 2 week vacation and the child goes missing during that time frame? What if they go missing while at a sleepover? What if they go missing at a summer camp? Are the parents held liable, the summer camp people? It's ridiculous.

    I mean what time frame will you put before it becomes a crime, and how will you PROVE that the parents knew the child was missing at all and didn't think they were "at Bobbys house" or anywhere else, for that matter?

    It's a stupid, "feel good" law that is completely unenforceable unless the time frame stated is stated in months.
    In Casey's case, the minute she told her mother that the "babysitter" had her kid is the minute she would be accused of not reporting a missing child. The law is pretty enforceable as people tend to ask questions when they don't see children after while that parents/guardians have to answer at a certain point with a lie or the truth.

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    Re: Casey Anthony Trial: Jury Reaches Verdict

    Quote Originally Posted by dontworrybehappy View Post
    Which is the most absurd law that will ever be written.

    How the hell do you enforce it? What if they are in the care of someone else, a babysitter, grandparents, a nanny? What if you're on a 2 week vacation and the child goes missing during that time frame? What if they go missing while at a sleepover? What if they go missing at a summer camp? Are the parents held liable, the summer camp people? It's ridiculous.

    I mean what time frame will you put before it becomes a crime, and how will you PROVE that the parents knew the child was missing at all and didn't think they were "at Bobbys house" or anywhere else, for that matter?

    It's a stupid, "feel good" law that is completely unenforceable unless the time frame stated is stated in months.
    If they are with someone with parents consent they are not missing. You argument makes no sense

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    Re: Casey Anthony Trial: Jury Reaches Verdict

    Quote Originally Posted by theplaydrive View Post
    In Casey's case, the minute she told her mother that the "babysitter" had her kid is the minute she would be accused of not reporting a missing child. The law is pretty enforceable as people tend to ask questions when they don't see children after while that parents/guardians have to answer at a certain point with a lie or the truth.
    The problem is Casy can not show where Kaylee went or produce the babysitter.

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    Re: Casey Anthony Trial: Jury Reaches Verdict

    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    You can not say that if no crime was committed. They do not make laws because criminals may lie. Criminals will lie no matter what the law.
    Yes I can. The 5th allows the innocent to refuse to testify.
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    Re: Casey Anthony Trial: Jury Reaches Verdict

    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    So then we should not have confessions admitted to courts either?
    Confessions are given voluntarily. Everyone is allowed to waive their 5th Amend rights.

    IMO, it is unwise to try to refute a claim of ignorance by posting something that ignores a persons' right to waive their rights.
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    Re: Casey Anthony Trial: Jury Reaches Verdict

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    Yes I can. The 5th allows the innocent to refuse to testify.
    No it doesn't. To increment does not mean you are innocent

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    Re: Casey Anthony Trial: Jury Reaches Verdict

    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    No it doesn't. To increment does not mean you are innocent
    to what???

    oh, you meant "incriminate".

    got it.

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    Re: Casey Anthony Trial: Jury Reaches Verdict

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    Confessions are given voluntarily. Everyone is allowed to waive their 5th Amend rights.

    IMO, it is unwise to try to refute a claim of ignorance by posting something that ignores a persons' right to waive their rights.
    So the life of child is not important let the criminal kill them. The law is to protect the innocent. If it is illegal why are so many states seeking it?

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    Re: Casey Anthony Trial: Jury Reaches Verdict

    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    So the life of child is not important let the criminal kill them. The law is to protect the innocent. If it is illegal why are so many states seeking it?
    Everyone is innocent until convicted in a court of law.
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    We’ll say what? Something like “nothing happened” ... Yeah, we might say something like that.

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    Re: Casey Anthony Trial: Jury Reaches Verdict

    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    No it doesn't. To increment does not mean you are innocent
    How does a person "increment"?

    on edit: I see that you meant to say "incriminate". The Supreme Court has said that even the innocent can incriminate themselve (see "The Innocence Project") and so therefore, even the innocent have a right to refuse to testify against themselves. (Ohio v. Reiner)
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