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View Poll Results: You loved one incarcerated is/has been:
Innocent 175 18.44%
Guilty 343 36.14%
Set-Up 146 15.38%
Snitched on 203 21.39%
Other 82 8.64%
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Old 04-05-2009, 10:29 PM
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guilty and understands he got lucky often enough that this is his Karma getting at him.
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Default Guilty but out of self defense

My loved on was locked up for aggravated assault on a social worker in his group home that TRIED to violate him. He got 6 years. Two years after he got locked up the social worker got ONLY 3 years. What a system..They help eachother lock up the misfortunate. But its ok I understand and I have been thru foster care with him. I am waiting......

What makes it worse is the mother of his child passed away two years ago and that makes jail even harder.......We can not imagine what would have been different had he not defended himself...
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Guilty and snitched on by his best friend. No excuses though...he accepts full responsibilty and is taking this as an opportunity for change. He's been clean for two years and we are getting married this month so life is not as bad as it would have been had he not gotten caught.
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Guilty of possession and intent to sell. He'll admit it too. Kicks himself in the a** every day for it. He told me that yeah, he was making damn good money, but now look what he has to show for it: absolutely nothing. Got out on Parole, got strung out again and got violated. Silly idiot. Wants to have a normal life now, even if it's boring...
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Well, my boyfriend was defending himself as he was driving and the guy (former friend Now) started telling him how he and his friends were going to kill him when they got to where they were going and my boyfriend thought it was BS but sure enough when he pulled into the place that they were going he was confronted by the guy and his friends and well, my boyfriend was only protecting himself which I believe he had every right to do.

In the end nothing bad happened to the guy but my boyfriend did stab him in the neck so he's considered a violent offender for protecting himself WHEN the guy admit to instigating and starting the altercation.

So I can't just check one on the poll so I'm going with other since he was set up and is guilty of attacking the guy though it should be self-defense
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The sad part of our situation is that he went down for someone else, rather than snitching. I think it was stupid but when he told me code of the "streets" I was pissed since where are all of them now, still on the streets. Now he realizes that was a wrond decision but what is done is done so now have to live with the consequences.
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Half guilty, half snitched on (or something like it.)
My man is in there for I believe 4 A&B w/ deadly weapon charges, but he only did 2.
ANOTHER man did the other two (Who is related to him) But the guy let KEITH take the WHOLE WRAP for everything!!!
And so now Keith is doing DOUBLE the time he should be doing, and that ignorant a$$hole hasnt wrote him ONE letter!
SO much for family love right?? Idk how some people can look at themselves in the mirror without cringing.
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He is guilty of what he did, and yes, he should have been punished for it, BUT, I believe he got a LOT more time than he should have. Had his Ex wife not opened her pie hole he would not have done one day in prison for it.
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Home invasion 1st strike 7years . got busted on a drugs charge whilst inside took a deal, got another three years which means he does the whole 7 years.
Seriously? Damn!

Not making fun of it, but that is so similar to what I was busted for- I defended myself from an unlawful forced entry in my home. All I can say is "damn!"
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I really don't kno what he'd be considered. He was guilty of stealing the wife-beater &the bandanna. But his "friends" that he was with (they stole a lot) knew he'd be an easy target to pin everything on. So when they got caught, they all said he stole everything &threatened to beat them up if they didn't take the stuff when the cops were called. He wouldn't snitch on them, plus cops rarely believe a repeat offender. So maybe he's all three?
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guilty. murder in the 2nd.
( gang involvement. )
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Making bad choices in tight situations...his charge isnt too personal and his buisness.
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guilty 2nd degree forgery -he wrote the checks was in business with a man all bank accounts in the other guys name had permission to write checks on account ,when the business failed the other guy pressed charges
and he had written checks on the account ,they didn't want to hear he had permission got 2 years serving 6 months 18 days with good time
still has 2 months 4 days to go ,e.o.s.date July ,8,2009
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I do not believe that my friend is guilty.
He refused to plead guilty even though he was offered 10 years off his sentence if he did so.
He has been inside for 10 years and is still protesting his innocence.

He was set up by his gfs father and couldn't get out of it as he didn't have the money for a good lawyer
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Guilty.

He chose to drink and drive. His choice, which led to his sentence.
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Guilty but would of never done the crime if he wasn't on drugs.He was clean 6 yrs when he got turned in.I could accept this easier then not 6 yrs down the road when our lives were finally normal.
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Mine was guilty as charged.
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Guilty.
Robbery & Assault.
He was trying to rob someone to pay his father's street debts so his dad wouldn't be killed. (Dad is an addict)
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I chose snitched on! my man is guilty also!!
Confussing I know,But those are my two choices!!!
Me had the weed in the car,
So he is guilty by all means and he knows it! But in the end it all happend for all good reasons!!
Hopefully he will learn his lesson!!
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I chose other because he was guilty of one but not of the other.

He got charged with B&E both times. The first time the person who supposedly "witnessed" my husband doing the crime wouldn't come forward after the initial police report PLUS someone else that has since moved out of town admitted he was the one who did it but when we found that out and went to the cops the cops said it was to late cuz David was already doing the time for it....wtf?? grrr

The second one was he was drunk and he kicked in the door at his uncles neighbors house, no reason for it really just being stupid so ya he is def. guilty of that but since he didn't actually go in I don't think it should have been felony B&E which made him an habitual and was looking at like 30 years but he took a plea for 10-13 which IMO is still to long for something like that
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Failure to Appear- guilty

The crimes they charged him with and threatened him at gunpoint- which led to the FTA - Innocent and tossed out in court!
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guilty!! Young and dumb attempted murder but plead to ag.assault was 18 and a guy called him racial names so he beat him with baseball bat........... Was almost clear liked about 6months then the man inside him came out thinking he was the boss and didn't have to listen to his p.o. Cause she was a woman and failed drug test so now vop and has to start his 3 all over....... Stubborn a** man!!!!
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Parole Violation-Guilty
Burglary-Guilty
First Degree Forgery-Guilty

My man is GUILTY AS HELL!!!!He did the crime so he had to do the time.He took a five year plea.
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I could really take this opportunity to go off and really vent about this whole situation, but I won't.

My husband is guilty of being in a horrible relationship with a girl who didn't know how serious the charges she brought against him were. She didn't claim he raped her or beat her up or anything, but she claimed he kidnapped her when she decided that she didn't want to be with him any more on a trip they took together.

I put that he was innocent because she willfully went with him and only changed her mind about it later when things didn't go the way she wanted them to - i.e. wanted to get him in trouble. And don't think I don't know the full story - he is my best friend and she was my friend (before all this went down).
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