Advocate columnist Matthew Harris believes Hill is done at LSU | Page 6 | TigerDroppings.com
Posted by
Message
dat yat
LSU Fan
Chef Pass
Member since Jun 2011
1588 posts

re: Advocate columnist Matthew Harris believes Hill is done at LSU

quote:

I'm not givin Hill a pass but the scrutiny put on this program comes across as a bit much. Racial slurs and fights happen pretty often in BR and other places and its never news


All the kid did was get a BJ in high school and punch a loudmouthed drunk in college. Who has never done that, or at least tried?


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
CourseyCorridor
TBD Fan
Baton Rouge, La.
Member since May 2012
1994 posts

re: Advocate columnist Matthew Harris believes Hill is done at LSU
quote:

You're hoping and praying.


What am I hoping and praying for?

What you quoted from me is fact, not hope or opinion. This case is not about the bar fight, it's about the violation of probation. If he ends up seeing a serious consequence here, it'll be because of the thing that happened while he was at Redemptorist and his subsequent violation of the terms of probation from that charge.

He wouldn't be in much trouble at all if all he did was punch a guy in a bar fight.


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
LSUdm21
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2008
17486 posts

re: Advocate columnist Matthew Harris believes Hill is done at LSU
quote:

Or are they strictly forbidden to consider the original charge?


Seriously? You can't use something a person isn't even charged with against him/her in a court of law. It's pretty much common sense.


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
ForeLSU
LSU Fan
The Corner of Sanity and Madness
Member since Sep 2003
35045 posts

re: Advocate columnist Matthew Harris believes Hill is done at LSU
quote:

In the big picture, I would hope they would be able to consider the original charge in these kinds of cases.


What???


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
ProjectP2294
Penn Fan
South St. Louis city
Member since May 2007
33084 posts
Online

re: Advocate columnist Matthew Harris believes Hill is done at LSU
quote:

I would hope they would be able to consider the original charge in these kinds of cases. At the same time, I'd hate to see Hill get crucified here too.

These are contradictory statements.


CourseyCorridor
TBD Fan
Baton Rouge, La.
Member since May 2012
1994 posts

re: Advocate columnist Matthew Harris believes Hill is done at LSU
quote:

These are contradictory statements.


Not necessarily. I think the court should have discretion. If a guy pleas down from a serious charge because the DA thinks it's at risk of losing a case, that should not be treated the same as somebody pleads guilty to a minor misdemeanor charge because that's all he's suspected of being charged with.

If that's the case, then in the Hill case, it would come down to what the DA and the court thinks happened in the Redemptorist case. If they think it was something serious, they might treat it one way, but if they think, as suggested here, that it was just a senior getting a BJ from a freshman, then they might treat it as a minor misdemeanor.

I have heard that the latter scenario is true, but I don't KNOW it to be true. If it's not true and if the DA thinks something more serious happened, then I would hope they could take that under consideration when they review his probation.

That make sense?

This post was edited on 7/9 at 11:34 am


danfraz
LSU Fan
San Antonio TX
Member since Apr 2008
17770 posts

re: Advocate columnist Matthew Harris believes Hill is done at LSU
Yeah I was going to point that out with a wow but it's just not worth it sometimes.

If that were the case, the system would be overrun with "re-dos" of things already decided

And I'm not a lawyer so maybe I'm way off base


djrunner
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Jun 2010
1259 posts

re: Advocate columnist Matthew Harris believes Hill is done at LSU
quote:

quote:
So it's miles job to baby sit 18-23 year old kids all year long?


quote:

No, discipline. Inform them that if any weird shite happens, they will lose their privileges of playing for the LSU football team. I understand some are uncontrollable like Aaron Hernandez, but if a coach can't keep control of at least the main starters each season, then we are destined to be in decline. Lay down the law, and I think most people will be surprised at how quickly the message will settle in.


My God, so you assume that this wasn't done!!!

Really. Ygbfkm.

This post was edited on 7/9 at 11:31 am


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
CourseyCorridor
TBD Fan
Baton Rouge, La.
Member since May 2012
1994 posts

re: Advocate columnist Matthew Harris believes Hill is done at LSU
quote:

If that were the case, the system would be overrun with "re-dos" of things already decided


It wouldn't be a redo. There is no law that says a judge HAS TO or CAN'T revoke probation after a violation, right? So there is some discretion. I'm just wondering what can be taken into consideration when exercising this discretion.


danfraz
LSU Fan
San Antonio TX
Member since Apr 2008
17770 posts

re: Advocate columnist Matthew Harris believes Hill is done at LSU
He plead to carnal knowledge correct?

I don't not believe even a violation of his probation can undo that plea and reinstate a tougher charge

That is what I took your post as and I think others did as well.

He can and possible did violate his probation but once he's plead to a charge I think that's it. If the judge revokes probation he would serve time for the carnal knowledge thing

An again that is civics from high school so I could be off since that was 30 years ago


Cap Crunch
USA Fan
Geaux to Hell Ole Miss
Member since Dec 2010
39822 posts

re: Advocate columnist Matthew Harris believes Hill is done at LSU
quote:

One thing I do wish les would do is recruit more high character players .
I'd take a Jarrett lee, jacob Hester, and an Eric Reid over those other three mentioned everyday of the week.

The problem is they aren't the ones that are good at football


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
LSUdm21
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2008
17486 posts

re: Advocate columnist Matthew Harris believes Hill is done at LSU
quote:

I'm just wondering what can be taken into consideration when exercising this discretion.


It wouldn't be legally ethical for a judge to take into consideration the original charge before he pleaded down.


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
TxTiger82
Wisconsin Fan
Madison, WI
Member since Sep 2004
25654 posts

re: Advocate columnist Matthew Harris believes Hill is done at LSU
quote:

Hill is done at LSU


Well if his probation is revoked he's going to jail, so yeah, he'd be done just like that.


High C
LSU Fan
viewing the fall....
Member since Nov 2012
7711 posts

re: Advocate columnist Matthew Harris believes Hill is done at LSU
I think that it's pretty simply in the hands of the judge. Discretion will be based on nothing more than the definition of the term. My question is can the ADA realistically "pressure" the judge to revoke?


EarthwormJim
LSU Fan
Member since Dec 2005
9840 posts

re: Advocate columnist Matthew Harris believes Hill is done at LSU
quote:

If a guy pleas down from a serious charge because the DA thinks it's at risk of losing a case, that should not be treated the same as somebody pleads guilty to a minor misdemeanor charge because that's all he's suspected of being charged with.


What? Why not? People are overcharged all the time.


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
That LSU Guy
LSU Fan
The beach
Member since Jul 2008
4488 posts

re: Advocate columnist Matthew Harris believes Hill is done at LSU
I didn't realize we had so many posters that had a legal background.


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
CourseyCorridor
TBD Fan
Baton Rouge, La.
Member since May 2012
1994 posts

re: Advocate columnist Matthew Harris believes Hill is done at LSU
quote:

He can and possible did violate his probation but once he's plead to a charge I think that's it. If the judge revokes probation he would serve time for the carnal knowledge thing


This is where discretion comes in. The judge doesn't have to revoke his probation, or she might. In deciding whether or not to revoke it, may she consider all the facts that surrounded his original plea deal -- the whole case -- or just the plea deal itself?

Obviously, I'm not proposing double jeopardy. I'm just saying there is discretion in how the court can handle this within the context of the plea deal. If he goes to jail, it would be carnal knowledge, not for sexual assault or, for that matter, punching a guy at a bar.

This post was edited on 7/9 at 11:53 am


nitwit
Member since Oct 2007
3258 posts

re: Advocate columnist Matthew Harris believes Hill is done at LSU
So how is Rivals going to give us a recruit's measurables in "moral character"?
And I am not so sure how realistic some of the self annointed scolds are who post here about the gravity of Hill's HS crime.
The girl wanted to give him a BJ.Put yourself in his place: are you going to tell her to come back after you've had time to consider it and consult a lawyer?
If so, you're not the kind of HS kid most of us know....


LSUdm21
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2008
17486 posts

re: Advocate columnist Matthew Harris believes Hill is done at LSU
quote:

This is where discretion comes in. The judge doesn't have to send him to revoke his probation, but may she consider all the facts that surrounded his original plea deal -- the whole case -- or just the plea deal itself?

Obviously, I'm not proposing double jeopardy. I'm just saying there is discretion in how the court can handle this within the context of the plea deal. And all the facts that surrounded the original case -- and not just the plea deal itself -- might be considered when judging how to handle the case.


Are you fricking serious with this shit? I've told you 6 fricking times already. In the eyes of the court, the original charge is gone, disappeared, doesn't exist. Any judge that would bring that up would be removed.


GeauxGus
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2005
5219 posts

re: Advocate columnist Matthew Harris believes Hill is done at LSU
"...I'm really starting to get pissed at Miles for this.. "

********************************************************

.... you're pissed at MILES for this ?? WTF ? .... be pissed at HILL
numbskull ... CLM cannot follow these guys around 24/7 .. everyone responsible for their own behavior ... LSU players get TONS of counseling and direction and oversight .. about as much as possible ...


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
Page 6 of 9

Back to top

Follow TigerDroppings for LSU Football News
Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to get the latest updates on LSU Football and Recruiting.

FacebookTwitterInstagram