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Geekboy
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Lori Loughlin pleads not guilty
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This clueless entitled arrogant bitch is in for a very big surprise.


BRgetthenet
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Lay off Lori, you jerk.


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ForeverEllisHugh
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Aunt Becky staaaackkkkkkked.
FBI fuuuuuuuuccccckkked.


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Walt OReilly
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Watch yourself if you know what’s good for you


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tigerpimpbot
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Hey you, get your damn hands off of her


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saint tiger225
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re: Lori Loughlin pleads not guilty
You always plead non guilty at your arraignment. Why would you plead guilty?


TouchedTheAxeIn82
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You always plead non guilty at your arraignment. Why would you plead guilty?

This. You don't even know yet if the gov'ment has a valid case. And you need to see what kind of deal can be made. She will plead to reduced charges to avoid a trial and everyone will be satisfied.

ETA: This case is just another example of the government trying to punish you for exercising your right to a trial. Adding charges for the defendants who chose to plead not guilty is a BS pressure tactic to prevent your counsel the time to thoroughly examine the case.
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99.8% Conviction rate

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Between guilty pleas and trials, the conviction rate was 99.8% in U.S. federal courts in 2015: 126,802 convictions and 258 acquittals. That wasn’t an anomaly. In 2014 the conviction rate was 99.76% and in 2013 it was 99.75%.




TouchedTheAxeIn82
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OK maybe she's got a bad lawyer.

Oh hold it, that includes guilty pleas. No one expects her to go free here. She will obviously plead guilty to something before trial, the question is whether she'll end up with a better deal than the people who immediately pled guilty. That will be the measuring stick of whether she made the right move here.
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saint tiger225
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Yea, it kind of goes with what you first said and why their conviction rate is so high. It's all because of pleas.

They intentionally tack stuff on or threaten you with what essentially would be a life sentence. So, then it becomes, either accept their plea deal or go to a trial that could amount to life. The feds are as dirty as they come.

That said, you still plead not guilty at arraignment. OP is melting like she's dumb for that though.


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I wonder if Barry Zuckercorn (he's very good) or Bob Lawblaw is available.


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Sebastian
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She had a chance to plead guilty like the other actress mom but waited too long. She may actually do real time but in a nice facility I’m sure.
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Zendog
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All it takes is one full house fan on the jury


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Tigerbait357
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Her arrogance is awesome


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Lake Vegas Tiger
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Any plea deal should require nudes to be released


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re: Lori Loughlin pleads not guilty
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Between guilty pleas and trials, the conviction rate was 99.8% in U.S. federal courts in 2015: 126,802 convictions and 258 acquittals. That wasn’t an anomaly. In 2014 the conviction rate was 99.76% and in 2013 it was 99.75%


Heard this crap ad nauseam before Roger Clemens and Rusty Hardin bitch slapped them in court. And he was guilty as sin. Fed prosecutors still have to make a case, and that woman has plenty of money for a defense team.
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SabiDojo
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re: Lori Loughlin pleads not guilty
This whole ordeal is ridiculous, especially hilarious is hearing people say, “Well, it’s not fair to kids who got in the old fashioned way.” As if college admissions is solely based on merit.

If you’re a white or Chinese male or Indian male, you’re lower on the admissions totem pole, and you must score higher.

I think I saw that the admissions rate for Hispanic men into medical school was 67% last year.

The notion that her actions undermined the integrity of an admissions system which resulted in denying a more deserving applicant is almost laughable.


MorbidTheClown
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leave Aunt Becky alone !


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soccerfüt
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re: Lori Loughlin pleads not guilty
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Between guilty pleas and trials, the conviction rate was 99.8% in U.S. federal courts in 2015: 126,802 convictions and 258 acquittals. That wasn’t an anomaly. In 2014 the conviction rate was 99.76% and in 2013 it was 99.75%.
I don’t care about these statistics.

Whatever happened to predictability?


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