Re: [JerryBaumchen] DZ gets fined for "unairworthy" airplane
Hi, J. Ask your kid the lawyer. A nolo plea, while not an admission, still results in a record conviction in the context of criminal law only. A nolo plea (unlike a guilty plea) simply cannot be used as evidence of an "admission" in the event of a civil lawsuit. This case is even something a bit different than a nolo contendre plea.
As I said above, I don't dispute the sensibility of, for example, Stratostar's points. It's just that my own personal muscle memory tends to instinctively twitch whenever people seem to equate an accusation with a conviction.
BTW, Agnew was actually quite the intellectual. Funny world.
(This post was edited by Andy9o8 on Nov 18, 2012, 1:38 PM)
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