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Check out this example of police no longer caring about the community. This happened in Rockingham county where the sheriff's department used to have a high public approval. What are your thoughts
What's On Your Mind? / Jury Nullification
« Last post by jkubin on July 22, 2017, 04:42:38 AM »
I want to take a moment to talk to you about the single most powerful tool in any jurors arsonal. The one tool that strips the power away from the government, the judge, and the DA. I'm talking about Jury Nullification.

Now you might ask, what is Jury Nullification, and you'd be asking a great question. Jury Nullification is where a jury finds a defendant Not Guilty. Not  because the defendant is innocent, but rather, because the law or crime the defendant is on trial for is unjust. For example, we all agree that  the Bundy family was well within their constitutional right to refuse to let the BLM come and take their cattle. Yet the federal government saw fit to charge them and haul them into court for the 2nd time. They were exercising their 1st and 2nd amendment rights. For this, they are on trial.

Now any intelligent juror will see that this is complete bullshit and as such, should easily declare a jury nullification by rendering a Not Guilty verdict based upon the unconstitutional nature of the charges, and the facts surrounding the case.

So what happens if a jury nullifies a charge? The case is declared a mistrial, and the state has to hold yet another trial. If jurys were to keep nullifing the charges, either the state would give up, or the law would have to be changed. By using this process, a single juror could be the reason unjust laws are changed. And let's face it folks, we have tons if unjust laws.

I would like to hear your thoughts.

For more on the Bundy's and the BLM, click here
News / Re: StandVa Rally Event
« Last post by jkubin on July 16, 2017, 07:24:33 AM »
Community Awareness / We now have the Bill of Rights for you to access.
« Last post by jkubin on July 16, 2017, 07:22:13 AM »
News / StandVa Rally Event
« Last post by jkubin on July 14, 2017, 12:31:39 AM »
The people at stand VA are conducting an event in Harrisonburg downtown and Court Square. You are welcome to come out and join in the event however we invite you to come and speak about any issues that you feel need to be addressed with our country or government law enforcement or anything else that is on your mind. The object here is to voice your concerns and raise awareness to any issues that you feel need to be addressed so come out on July 15th at 12 noon and stand for Liberty. I will be speaking at this event so if you would like to hear what I have to say I welcome you to join us as I'll be talking about Criminal Justice Reform and how you can get started making a difference in your community.
« Last post by jkubin on July 07, 2017, 11:56:05 PM »
Good photo. I heard there was another one today. Oh they charged a student driver in this one you posted.
« Last post by Gothisheartbumping on July 06, 2017, 09:53:09 PM »
Exit 245 HMU EXIT is at a stand still due to a tractor trailer accident.   Find alternative routes for travel. 
Laws / What deterred you from comitting a crime
« Last post by jkubin on June 29, 2017, 04:32:11 AM »
In Virginia if you are convicted of a felony, you lose several rights, one of which is the right to vote. Now I'm curious as to why that is. It's not like it's a deterrent. I mean no one decided against killing a person because they lose their right to vote. And on those same lines, why should felons pay taxes. I mean if they are not allowed to participate in electing representation, how can they be subjected to taxation without representation? It just seems to me that someone really dropped the ball on this whole idea, don't you?
What's On Your Mind? / Hiding while running radar
« Last post by jkubin on June 24, 2017, 05:11:19 PM »

It always bothered me when I saw a cop hiding in the bushes or somewhere else and running radar. It became clear to me that at some point the 👮 stopped caring about crime prevention and more concerned with how they could make money off of it. It had occurred to me that if police prevented Crime​, they'd be out of a job. No crime, no need for crime fighters. So they became enforcers, revenue collectors.

If the police were really serious about public safety, why would they hide and run radar instead of being totally visible to the drivers? It just seems to me that by doing this, they'd affect all drivers and improve the safety of those who are out on that particular road. Instead, they hide and nab a driver here and there. They generate 💰 for the state. If an officer was setup on the side of the road, everyone would double check their speed, reduce speed to a safe speed, and drive more carefully. But rather than affect all drivers, they prefer to just affect a select few. I think it's time police got back to crime prevention instead of depending on crime to fund the system and ensure job safety. What do you think?
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