No, we just did acid somewhere we shouldn't have done it. No swinging or assrape involved.
how did they find out?
If its anything like california this tasc sounds like prop 36 or pc1000. Which usually consists of probabtion, restitution, and drugs counseling. Beware though if you get caught with more drugs while on probation you will probably do time.
drugks Gillespie is in a bad scenario. Even if the SWAT team didn't have a search warrant, drugks Gillespie let them in his home. If they saw drugs in plain view, then he's busted anyway.
He should have watched that video Delta put up that one time.
For "pot law advice" call 1-800-420-laws (5297).
Also, I heard there are 3 marijuana legalization initiatives trying to get on the November 2010 California ballot. I doubt any will ualify, let alone pass unless they have a ton of money behind them. Maybe George Soros could kick them all down some buckaroos.
Don't really need a lawyer, just curious about public records. Yes, I can search, but anyone of us can for any topic.
Are police reports public records? Is it state by state? would a private investigator have access to information the general public does not (legally)?
It's all very state specific because it depends on the provisions of the state's freedom of information (or other similar public records) act. They are public records, but access to them is usually limited in a variety of ways. If you're the subject of the police report or have a direct interest in it, you should be able to get a copy. Journalists should be able to get copies of most things, subject to redaction or other limitations for on-going investigations. PIs probably don't have direct access to the databases themselves, but are usually able to get a hold of things.
Thank you, sir. seems I'm in the same position I was a week ago, nowhere. while I'm happy to have gotten the information I have, I'm still not worth any significant effort on the part of law enforcement.
Mr. Mack, what is your area of practice?