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Well, you'd better get used to that one: The woman slapping the hell outta the man and him going to jail for deflecting the blows. Not to say this is always, or even often the case, but it's worth considering.
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In one case, they were stepping off the curb out into the street to look into my window. Seemed a little hazardous at the time. I'm just glad I was wearing pants.
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And by your reasoning, the police should use any excuse they can come up with to detain and question you, on the off chance that statistically you will be a dangerous criminal. After all, in your minds, the ends justify the means. In fact, if the police want to pull you over and question you, they pretty much have carte blanche. They can claim you crossed the center line, were weaving, taillight out,…
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As you'll read in my other comment to UKWP, my slavery comment was in response to your assertion that just because something is currently legal, I should "get over it". If the people always just did what they were told by the authorities, and no dissent was allowed, where would we be?
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You may not like it, but when someone tells me (as WarCry did) that I should "get over it" because it's "been proven legal", it is a legitimate response for me to make the comparison. Things are proven to be legal until they are deemed to be illegal - and vice versa. Calling me ignorant doesn't change the fact that my response to Warcry's "get over it" was justified.

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Court Appointed Special Advocates training in Adams County

Court Appointed Special Advocates training in Adams County

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CASA is recruiting volunteers to begin training Monday, February 3

CASA of Adams County is recruiting volunteers to begin training Monday, February 3, 2014. The Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers speak for the best interest of abused and neglected children in the court system. No prior experience is required. Volunteers receive 30 hours of training prior to case assignment. Training includes courtroom procedures, working with social service agencies and the special needs of abused and neglected children. Training is free with training manuals and materials provided. Trainings are Monday and Thursday for five weeks February 3 through March 10, 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.  The training group will accommodate up to ten (10) applicants. This is the only training planned for 2014.

 

Anyone interested in learning more about the CASA program and training are encouraged to attend an informational program on Thursday, January 16 at 5:30 p.m. in the conference room at the Advocacy Network for Children office at 531 Hampshire, 2nd floor.

 

For more information, an application, or to RSVP for the Informational meeting call 217/223-2272 or contact us at www.advonet.org.


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