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California sex offender law changes

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31 minutes ago, jakee said:
2 hours ago, Coreece said:

Leaving it black and white might make it easier, but truth and justice are not easily found, and often shaded gray.

Just keep in mind that It is demonstrated time and again that when there are grey areas available in charging and sentencing then black or white has a lot to do with it.

That's kind of what I was referring to earlier.  A sexual relationship between 17 and 18 year olds is a grey area, but most people aren't going to take offense  if it seems "normal" to them.  But as soon as it's a relationship they don't approve of, they get to rack up the charges even if if they agree it was consensual?

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2 hours ago, turtlespeed said:

I read that - I'm not arguing with you over your perceived stance - You and I agree on that.

It's the lack of a simple Yes or No when asked if he should be charged as an adult. 

 

Here's a hint:  2 + 2 = 4

However, his adult enablers should have the book thrown at them.

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