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Lottery winner's prize day includes drug arrest

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Posted: June 16, 2010, 10:55 pm - IP Logged

Wowww......  IMO The Only People Who Should Be Hung Are Pedophiles, Murderers & Rapists!!

I wonder if the families of the drug dealer’s customers would agree with you.

 

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    Posted: June 16, 2010, 11:04 pm - IP Logged

    If They're That Weak Minded 2 Let Drugs Destroy Their Family, Then Take The Drugs Away & It Would Be Something Else Destroying It Like *Alcohol* I Agree He Should Go 2 Jail! But "Hang Em" That's A Bit Much! I Digress... In Other News..

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      Posted: June 17, 2010, 12:01 am - IP Logged

      It’s our society which has digressed.

       

      Drugs don’t only affect the people who use them. Drugs affect, and infect, our entire world. We need to stop enabling people to destroy lives. They take products off the market because they can potentially hurt people, but we look the other way when people use addictive drugs. Alcohol is also a drug.

       

      I wonder if there’s any correlation between the following:

       

      Pedophiles and Drugs

      Murderers and Drugs

      Rapists and Drugs

       

      Get a rope. Hang ‘em. And hang ‘em high. (No pun intended.)

       

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        Posted: June 17, 2010, 8:15 am - IP Logged

        Lottery tickets are "bearer" instruments, when he was arrested it was found on "his" person, "bearer" owns the ticket.

        I can name many a scenario that merely because the ticket is in someones possession does NOT make it theirs. Think about it , in the mean time Savagegoose poses the proper question.

        The ticket may be held by the department that captured it, doesnt mean they get to claim it. THe Judge who does the case would decide on the liquidation of assets if found guilty. Even the red handed get a trial before other matters are resolved.

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          Posted: June 17, 2010, 8:55 am - IP Logged

          I can name many a scenario that merely because the ticket is in someones possession does NOT make it theirs. Think about it , in the mean time Savagegoose poses the proper question.

          The ticket may be held by the department that captured it, doesnt mean they get to claim it. THe Judge who does the case would decide on the liquidation of assets if found guilty. Even the red handed get a trial before other matters are resolved.

          If and when I buy a lottery ticket it's MINE, I paid for it and it's in my possession. If it wins and I don't sign it and lose it someone can pick it up "SIGN" it and go cash in, again a "BEARER" instrument.

          It's now up to me to PROVE that it was mine and that it was loss or stolen if that were the case. If I can't prove that then who ever FOUND the ticket is a happy Lottery winner, case closed.

          Let's take an example of that same lottery ticket in my pocket, and say I got caught for drunk driving, Hauled into jail and they took all of my possessions away before they locked me up. Would the state be entitled to the money, no, once I paid the fine and served my jail time I am entitled to get my possessions back including my Lottery ticket. 

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            Posted: June 17, 2010, 12:08 pm - IP Logged

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              Posted: June 17, 2010, 10:40 pm - IP Logged

              lol    think he  had already signed his name on the back of it ???   bet  not

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                Posted: June 18, 2010, 6:07 am - IP Logged

                he should get back his ticket.. the courts will end up paying interest on the winning ticket...

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                  Posted: June 18, 2010, 8:34 pm - IP Logged

                  that's <snip>ed up any way to gey money uuuh,,,

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                    Posted: June 28, 2010, 4:54 pm - IP Logged

                    Nice Try, but I don't think this one will fly.

                    I am sure they had a seach warrant for the drugs & everything else that pertains to drugs.  If he sold drugs from his car, they can take the car.  If he sold drugs from his house, they can take the house.  If they find a large stach of cash that cannot be explained, they can take the cash.  They have to prove that he bought the ticket with drug money, and I don't think this one will hold up in court.  Good Try Won't Fly.  This is what I think.

                    No, they don't have to prove he bought it with drug money. That's how it should work, but in asset forfeiture cases you're generally guilty until you can prove your innocence. The ticket and other valuable assets are likely to be treated the same way as cash.

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                      Posted: July 3, 2010, 10:55 pm - IP Logged

                      It looks like this man was not making enough money from his drug deals, so he decided to buy a lottery ticket to supplement his income.

                      Today's winning 3-ball is going to be a number between 000 and 999.

                      In a lot of states, lotteries benefit education. That makes the REAL winners the only people who can't play!

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                        Posted: July 4, 2010, 9:07 pm - IP Logged

                        who says its his ticket?

                        ha ha you are so right