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2023.06.01 21:46 416Radar Incident Outside Toronto School Resolved with Arrest and Recovery of Replica Gun

Incident Outside Toronto School Resolved with Arrest and Recovery of Replica Gun
The arrest took place near Bowmore Road Junior & Senior Public School after police received a report about an armed male suspect in the vicinity of Kellner Court and Edgewood Grove, located near Coxwell Avenue and Dundas Street East at approximately 8:55 a.m.
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2023.06.01 19:41 clank48 no weight-bearing blud

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2023.06.01 17:49 mreinhart7887 17 Estate Sales happening this weekend (6/2-6/4) in, around, and outside of Pittsburgh, PA

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2023.06.01 15:25 kezzyys YNW Melly Challenge

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2023.06.01 04:25 crocheronpark Crocheron Park June Event Calendar

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2023.06.01 02:16 ergodicthoughts Traffic Records Search for I-485 Adjustment of Status Application?

Doing AoS for my wifi with DACA and Advance Parole - on the I-485 form it asks about citations, which I answered yes because she has had a few traffic tickets, but unfortunately she can't remember if any were greater than the $500 threshold.
These tickets would've been long ago and it seems most of county municipal courts only hold records for 3-5 years. I already tried the Washington state DMV abstract record search and it also showed nothing due to being limited to 5 years.
Is there any other place to search for these? The only ticket that I think has a chance of being more than $500 is for a ticket she got for failing to yield to a stop sign on a railroad crossing - it was given by the railroad police and I know those can be pricey....
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2023.05.31 23:46 readytofall Is This a Ticket or a Warning?

Is This a Ticket or a Warning?
Found this on my car that was parked in the zone next to my official zone. There is no normal citation with plate number and ect. Has anyone gotten this before?
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2023.05.31 23:03 Windy_Colors Faerie Court and Forest Area being Sad?

Great experience today in the forest (full blown nature witch it looks like lol). I've always been a little apprehensive about faeries but always pretty open to them, even as a little kid as I'm coming to remember now that I'm looking into them again, and it's been great so far. Of course I'm just working with energies/spirits of the areas I go to pretty indiscriminately (I've reached nymphs, druids, general spirits of the forest, etc) so like I've probably also talked to/connected to them unknowingly before but like now I'll "hear" them and "realize" little things. Like today I was led to a "faerie court" and realized it was a little grove/clearing and confirmed it with some knowledge I had received the other day from a whole different place. And the information was a sign of faeries in this time of year (really cool I had a confirmation of information too, like, WOO!).
But anyway it was really cool! I'll probably work with them more. I did say thank you to them, which I heard you aren't supposed to say (reflexive response) but things didn't feel too crazy bout it. I mean, they gave me a court tour a little so like, I think it's cool (and let me go home lol). Like I couldn't walk all the way through their area, but like, I could go around the perimeter of it, and I also offered a Rose because there was a request for one recently close by. Really cool experience!!!! And they're so like the trope??? I was kinda expecting a different vibe, part if them coming from my fear around them, but actually going to them and like connecting has me thinking differently. I'll still use caution but I'll be a lot less scared. It was so Alice in Wonderland, really, lol. Like "Why hello!" "Greetings!" "Lovely" if you get me.
Like regal kinda folklike. Just like they feel in media, really. Whimsical. But definitely courtlike, like they had that kinda "okay, can't get too crazy with us either, we're doing this cause you kinda good ig" ya know? Surreal. And I could start hearing things in the forest when I was going home. I guess things were coming out of hiding (I got asked to pick up some stuff bothering them that got thrown down too. Particularly a buried bottle that I was told "Take this away from here" meaning there was something on it ig??? I just know they didn't want their magic/energy there or whatever it was. But yeah! Great great great!
Also there were parts of the forest feeling sad :( like the reason I got sounds CRAZY but like, yeah. . . heard leylines, harnessing, spells, idk idk idk 🫣. Like, I felt horrible because obviously magic was stolen from this great big tree there, too, and it gave me the energy that it used to be a great meeting area or good high up kinda gatherehome. But around it here was like damn near an energy vortex :/
I helped them out. Hopefully I'll be okay! It really looked like life was coming out of the forest from them, I guess they needed help from me. But hopefully, I didn't break something that shouldn't have been broken???? I guess I can't do anything too crazy with my personal Intuition 🤷🏾‍♀️🤷🏾‍♀️ and the area looked brighter and greater afterward. Specifically, hear the word "greater" a lot in these situations, too. But yeah, it's so nice!!! Wish me luck with the nature healing cause whatever was there taking the magic from them was weird, idk.
Love the love of the forest spirits!
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2023.05.31 21:53 ceruleangrass Trail and Park Update - Wildfire Restrictions

Trail and Park Update - Wildfire Restrictions Nova Scotia Parks

Trail and Park Update - Wildfire Restrictions

Camping is allowed in provincial park campgrounds. All trails are closed due to forest fire risk. A list of closed parks is provided below.
There is a provincewide ban on open fires which means campfires are prohibited until further notice.
Gas stoves and barbeques can be used for cooking. Charcoal barbeques are permitted with charcoal briquettes only. Portable lanterns are permitted.
The following provincial parks are closed because they primarily offer a trail experience:
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2023.05.31 19:15 Slippery_Ramp Lou Barlow solo shows

Hi. I book Lou Barlow's solo shows. He has a bunch coming up this summer. I haven't finished booking the whole tour yet but the first dates are: June 11 Beverly MA, June 12 New London CT, June 13 Cedar Grove NJ, June 14 Arden DE, June 15 Baltimore MD, June 16 Riverton NJ, June 17 Brooklyn. Most shows are in people's backyards - private homes but not private shows, anyone can buy a ticket. More to come soon, I'm heading him from the east coast towards Milwaukee for the July 6 Dinosaur Jr date there. If you are interested, details & tickets can be found here:
https://www.eventbrite.com/o/lou-barlow-17083068226
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2023.05.31 19:09 alexanderb35 Read between the lines. Part 1: drug laws. Part 2: interacting with police. Summary

Mtl law book
Controlled drugs and substances act, cdsa. Substances on this list are controlled substances. Schedules are categories substances fall into
If lose case can be deported
If you possess over the legal limit of pot can be imprisoned post 2018 still. 2018 is when pot was legalized.
There are provincial and federal laws
The police arrest but the crown charges. Crown can charge for a different crime then police arrested for.
If you are being prosecuted then there are charges against you in a criminal file
The crown and police have a lot discretionary power with your treatment and your file. Crown is like prosecutor, not police.
Director of penal and criminal prosecutions, DPCP, prosecutor provincial boss, instruct and provide guidance for prosecutors. Other provinces have their own name.
Jury or judge acquit which means your innocent. Prosecutor can also withdraw charges "withdrawn" status.
Sentence are possible consequences of being guilty
Priors are prior criminal record
Law enforcement officer: immigration officers, police, youth protection agents, municipal inspectors, correctional officers etc.
Black, indigenous, racialized and migrant communities, people who are known to the police, are targeted more by police, meaning police also violate their human rights more often. Sentenced more harshly than whites. Drug laws are historically created to target these groups.
Systematic bias: those with authority, even incl teachers, have explicit or implicit bias against certain communities
Racial profiling: officers target certain groups of ppl and postal codes more.
Anti gang squad, anti gun squad, anti radicalization are dog whistles for targetting minorities. Also includes applying additional surv eillance to target group.
During say a anti gun police raids, they can prosecute the raided for any illegal drugs the cops find. This results in potential criminals fearing to call the police bc if there is an investigation the police could nail the caller. If a sex worker has HIV and does not disclose their HIV status it counts as sexual assault, meaning if a John beats her up, risky to call the cops on him.
If have PR status and found guilty could be deported/removal. Some drug addicts only are PRs.
Anytime you speak to police you are making a statement. Crown can use these statements to convince someone else to plead guilty or convict. Your silence cannot incriminate but your statement might.
Police allowed to lie. Will do anything really to get a statement. Don't react to any of their behaviours, comments, or questions since that can be a statement. Try to remain silent. But many ppl do not have the privilege of remaining quiet, ex that can worsen police behavior.
Rehearse how to speak to police without providing any incriminating statements if you think you want to make a statement.
Police cannot arrest you if they don't identity at least 1 offence. On arrest they give undertaking paper or hold you until court date.
After released by police, prosecutor might decide not to prosecute. If police are holding you after arrest your 1st court date happens after 1-3 days. Sentencing may be postponed until therapy/school/work etc is complete.
1st court case is usually 1-3 days after arrest, then bail applies for the 2nd court date in like months/yrs. When released after arrest can be released without conditions.
If plead guilty with lawyer, lawyer can negotiate to have certain charges withdrawn
Cannabis act covers cannabis.
You can be acquitted of 1 charge while charged with the others
Willing blindness: you are supposed to inquire about the nature of a delivery you are driving if the package seems suspicious.
4(1) Possession, "Simple possession": to prosecute evidence needed: knowledge/willful blindness that substance in your possession and knowledge/willful blindness that it is a controlled substance named in the cdsa and measure of control/consent to their possession Law requires measurable quantity of drug, ex residue in a bag If there are drugs in your car and you are the driver or passenger, it cannot be the only reason for a conviction. Possession - drugs don't have to be on you. Willful blindness - you ought to have know you have the drugs in your possession Knowledge of your possession is proven by it's location (hidden or in sight), whether police have statements by you or others. Schedule 4 substances and lower cannot be found guilty of simple possession, but can be found guilty of other offences like trafficking
Double doctoring/ 4(2) obtaining a practitioner: asked dr for prescription or drugs without disclosing that info about the drug that u received in the last 30 days. Both for personal usage and for dealing. Uncommon charge.
5(1) Drug trafficking, trafficking in substance: proof must prove that you did 1 of the following or that you offered to do one of the following: - Selling drug or prescription: incl if the sale is not completed. - helping or encouraging someone to buy/sell. Bringing the buyer to the seller and if without this help the sale would never have taken place. Introducing a potential buyer to a seller is sometimes prosecutable depending on the judge. It sounds like it might only be an offense if accused works for the dealer and arranges the meeting between buyer and seller, but not clear. - giving drugs for free or for "free" is still trafficking - cannot administer illegal drugs even if asked too - if transporting home for personal consumption only, simple possession. But if or the purposes of sharing with friend, roommate then trafficking. Exceptions: inside safe injection site for drug checking purposes. Buying doesn't seem to be trafficking. Selling a prescription (the paper) is trafficking - Max sentence is life
5(2) Possession for the purposes of trafficking: simple possession + purpose/intent of trafficking. Large quantity helpful to prosecutor but not required. Presence of measuring, packaging equipment, multiple bagged quantities, large amounts of cash, notebooks can be evidence. - Max sentence is life
Drug trafficking: sale, gift, administrating drug, transport of drug.
Case study: Nat brought cdsa drug to share with client at motel. Client overdoses and Nat has to call 911. Police show up too. She admits to cops that she bought the drugs and that he asked for them so the cops know it was his idea. She is convicted of trafficking.
6(1) Import (or export) and 6(2) possession for the purpose of import (or export): all must be proven: Bought drugs/organized their entry into Canada Knowledge/willful blindness/recklessness that controlled substance Intention to import the substance Bring drugs or organize their entry into the country: happens as soon as drug enters/leaves any country and continues until drug arrives at final destination in Canada in a person's possession. If in transit through mtl and Toronto offence has take place in both locations. You don't have to have been personally transporting the drugs or even present at the place of entry to be charged. If police intercept the drugs in transit, irrelevant to defense. Crown doesnt have to prove you know the precise nature of the drug. Recklessness: ex accused caught with 2 bottles of wine that contain dissolved cocaine, since the cocaine amount was large, the producer prob wouldn't give this bottle to a blind courier. Behaviour following importation may provide convincing evidence of participation in offence: meeting with ppl, receiving calls of short duration at late hours, coded language by accused+accomplices, using public telephones to talk to "accomplices" despite owning a cell. After drug arrives to final destination, other ppl cannot be prosecuted for "possession for purposes of import" Police are specifically looking for fake suitcases on flights being carried by women 30s-40s
7(1) Production of substance, 7.1(1) possession, sale, etc for use in production or trafficking: production - manufacturing, harvesting, growing, etc. Offence includes offering to produce drug Evidence must prove you have some control over location/operation of production: cannot be convicted for simply being in a place of production. Police usually do detailed surveillance against accused first. Warrants for interception of private communication, track/trace (surveillance device on car), garbage searches, search warrants Police usually find out when purchase of large or suspicious purchases that are commonly used in drug production.
If police are at your house for a DV investigation and they see a baggie of what looks like heroin, can result in arrest.
Possession means: you have it on your personal possession, you know a friend is holding it for you, you know that you have hidden it somewhere. If your friend is holding a cdsa drug for you and they know it's cdsa drug, then you both are in possession. If the cops raid your grandma's house and you stores cdsa drugs there, she will not be convicted.
Knowledge of the drug: you just have to know it's a controlled substance, not what it is specifically to be convicted.
Judges sentence more harshly depending on drug type. Ex if there are current anti meth events or media, worse sentence.
Possession of methadone/opioid agonist treatments (OAT): - Health care providers don't need permission to prescribe, administer, sell/provide methadone to patients. Patients need a ordeprescription. To own methadone must be a patient or health care provider basically.
Initial meeting with a judge after arrest is a bail hearing.
To get bail: - better odds if minor crime - have $ via bail or signing a "recognizance" that says you'll pay bail. Get both back later on. A "surety" (friend) can pay for you. - fixed address that isn't a homeless shelter - ties to the community - family, legal job, studies, community engagement - proof of how will support self legally - having a friend reserve you a spot in rehab - indigenous
Conditions can prevent you from owning a cell phone.
Causing death by criminal negligence and manslaughter for giving drugs to someone who overdosed. rare. Can be convicted if you and a friend are shooting up together and you shoot them up at their request and then they die. Accidentally bringing a drug that contains fentanyl and your friend dies. Harsher punishment if accused is much older than decreased or if deceased is not much of a drug user.
Crown can withdraw some charges but keep others.
A guilty plea only may help improve sentencing. If pleading guilty better to do it before the trial.
Didn't type up schedule 1-7 drugs pg 38, 39 Schedule 1: opioids, meth, Adderall, ghb, methadone, MDMA Schedule 2: synthetic cannabinoids, most cannabis is regulated by the cannabis act now. 3: shrooms, lsd 4: zolpidem, steroids, benzodiazepines 5: not in the book if it exists 6: ingredients to manufacture drugs 9: manufacturing equipment ex machines to fill pills
Selling other medications like idk ibuprofen could be a civil matter where the gov might issue a large fine against you and failure to pay the fine results in conviction.
Sentencing - court determines punishment, ex prison, fines
If your lawyer and prosecutor agree on a specific sentence during a guilty plea, judge will most likely accept that, but judge doesn't have to.
Types of sentences: un/conditional discharge, fine, suspended sentence with probation and conditions (ex community service, rehab) imprisonment in institution or in community.
Being guilty can have other effects like travel ban to USA.
Sentencing considers: type and context of offence, circumstances of arrest, criminal record/priors, first charge for this kind of offence, current situation, level of detail and assurances in rehab plan, are there victims, prosecuted as summary or indictable offense. Unofficially judge considers bias like being anti-sex worker.
Prosecuted for either indictable offense or summary offense. sometimes the law decides which, sometimes prosecutor does. Determines max sentence and severity judge will serve.
Indictable offense - more serious. Some crimes are always indictable. Summary - less serious
Aggravating factors - reasons court gives harsher sentence: - Not having a drug addiction at the time of offence - priors - commited offence for financial gain - breach of trust - etc
Mitigating factors - reasons court gives better sentence: - guilty plea - been in drug rehab if had drug addiction at the time of the crime (get letters from case workers) - age - remorse - community involvement - etc
Mandatory minimum sentences, Mms.
Since 2012 Mms higher and a bunch of drugs moved up in schedule
Gladue report: - optional for accused. - affects all parts of court - prepared by some org - for anyone who identifies as indigenous
Impact of race and culture assessment IRCA: - A few provinces have this - gladue for black ppl - judge can legally ignore it - exists bc black ppl have faced a lot of adversity
Stimga = negative stereotypes
Ppl who use drug usually get worse treatment from justice system.
If you participate in a treatment program pre sentencing, it can reduce your sentence oand delay legal proceedings. Court needs to recognize its value and legitimacy. Court can also force you to attend a program of their choosing which can be like prison-lite. You can propose your plan to the court.
Special tribunals in mtrl regulate the provincial court treatment programs.
Many sex workers gain access to new resources and opportunities which can allow them change their condition and protect themselves. Anti sex worker laws deny them of this and their agency.
Drug addicts and sex workers are constantly stimgatized especially if they do sex work and use drugs.
Sex workers: Try to represent as a victim for a reduced sentence: - apologize and show remorse about your sex work - talk about how you're a victim of sex work - allow the court to paint your sex work as all the problems in your life - make no claim about the useful of sex work in your life - be poor, get exploited by clients/pimps - when the court tells you to stop talking to other sex workers, drug users, clients, do it.
If you are between 12-17 YO: - youth criminal justice act or director of youth protection applies to you, 1 or the other, you can sorta pick - "very serious" crimes you're prosecuted as an adult, so public criminal record - if an adult works with you on a crime it worsen the adults sentence
Police can charge you for possession of a weapon of they find a scissors or pocket knife
If police find you with a gun, they can easily give you 3 yrs. Weapons bans are 10 yrs.
Immigrants: - try to get either type of discharge (conditional or unconditional), that's the same as not guilty in immigration law. - refugees without Canadian citizenship can be deported - if you don't have PR, a hybrid offense or 2 summary offenses can get you deported - PR: receive a 6 month sentence or guilty of a crime that has max sentence of 10 yrs. - with an expired visa, cops database doesn't have that kind of info, but they could call Canadian Border Safety Agency (CBSA)
worse charges for drug trafficking if offence happens near school or other place frequented by minors, or on correctional facility grounds, or in a gang, setting traps, using someone else's building, creating hazards in a residential neighborhood
Indictable offence usually don't have fines associated with them.
Cannabis act (CA) - distribution and trafficking are the same thing - having on possession for sale is illegal - public place: public has assess too and any vehicle located in public view - generally refers to dried cannabis, usually 30g or equivalent
Illicit cannabis is illegally obtained cannabis. It doesn't have the gov stamp of approval
Some ppl give a fake name to cops bc risk of being identified is worse than the risk of obstruction. If you give police a fake address, they might mail court papers to that address and you won't be able to receive them. If you give the cops a fake name and need to retract it, try to say it's a "nickname but my legal name is x"
Recording cops: - legal for you to record cops unless property owner has rules against it, recording actually does interfer with the investigation - police may tell you that it's illegal. Might charge with obstruction, or say you're breaking like privacy, take your recording device, demand you erase recording, say they're seizing your phone bc it contains evidence - if police seize your phone, they could find incriminating evidence to charge you or someone else with another crime
Frisking: - cops can legally if u are arrested. Only supposed to if they thinking you have a dangerous item on you and are a threat to someone's safety. If you get upset this increases the odds they'll search you. If they are searching you for weapons not supposed to search you for other things like drugs, phones, tattoos etc. They can use this to search for needles to identify you as a drug user - searching you for evidence of the crime they say you committed - if you're temporarily detained/being questioned same thing - if you give them permission to search you or your property, they will. To prevent this say loudly "I do not consent to the search" and "je ne consens pas a une fouille" (jeh neh koh sehn pah ah oon foo yeh) - if an illegal search results in say drug charges, the drug charges could be withdrawn - if unlawful arrest (ex police brutality) then the subsequent search might be illegal
Seizures: - can seize items in a warrant. Ask to see and read the warrant. - if the warrant is to search a location, must have that address, specific area they can search, and list items theyre searching for - ask cops for a copy of the report identifying the seized items and where the items are being held Can seize items without warrant if they think it's related to a crime, ex: - weapons that may have been used in the offense, Items that provide evidence like phones, scales, note books, items obtained through criminal offenses like money from drug selling, They can seize items before any arrests While you're detained they will frequently go through your phone Note down: everything they seize, when, whom, where you were at the time. Careful about "obstructing" police while you do this, record officer name, patrol car number, badge number and other identitying info, knowing seizing location helpful for trying to get your things back, if an item is evidence you won't get it back til the end of the case, if it's considered proceeds of a crime you'll likely never get it back, illegal things you will never get back
While detained, you can try asking a guard or lawyer if you can use your phone to get phone numbers, usually they'll say no. Guards will be able to read your phone while this happens. Memorize the numbers of potential sureties.
Don't have incriminating evidence about yourself or your associates
Drug use equipment: - can legally distribute unused drug equipment - if you have drugs on you, having sterile drug equipment can be used as additional evidence against you - may still be seized by security - If you're hanging out with a drug users and you're searched and they find sterile needles, they may then search your companion
Being detained: - physical detention is like being cuffed - psychological - they tell you you're not free to leave/act like you can't leave - can detain for: you're connected to a crime, being a witness, victim, breaking a bylaws, warrant however discretionary power means they might not for a warrant, being present at a raid - technically don't have to identify yourself, but police will likely arrest you for obstruction - police have to tell you why
Being stopped and questioned: - just bc you are in the area a crime took place, doesn't mean they can stop and question you legally unless you match suspect description. They will anyway if they want
Warrants apply country wide
Arrested: - cops must tell you what you're being arrested for - they'll let you go with an "appearance notice" that may include conditions - you'll receive a "summons" in the mail is really an appearance notice - keep you in detention for a few days until a judge sees you - If you have kids, get a criminal lawyer and family law lawyer - if you're an immigrant criminal lawyer and immigration lawyeexpert - arrest warrant: must have name of person to arrested
You can negotiate conditions, like if banned from an area but have dr appointments there. Lawyer can do this.
If cops question you or tell you to go with them: - ask "am I free to leave? Am I being detained or arrested" if unclear ask again, if still unclear make motions to leave and leave if they don't stop you - if detained: "what am I being detained for?" - if arrested: "what am I being arrested for?" -- you have the right to ask and to speak to a lawyer - technically illegal for them to detain you due to trying to bring you to a shelter or rehab etc
Police legally have to wear badge number and name tag and have to identify themselves if you ask them to
After abusive police interaction, note down: - when, where event happened - held anywhere? Conditions of where you were held? Location? - officer names, numbers, car numbers - what was searched? When, where, how did it happen? - who was searched? How and where were they searched? Name and badge number of cop. - Dmges? take pics - who was detained? We're they offered an interpreter of needed? Do they speak the same language as the officer? - give all the info to lawyer
If cop grabs you and you pull away they might try to charge you with assault of an officer
Prep for dealing with police: - anyone in my party break a law? Any warrants? Youth protection involved with anyone? - if we're stopped by police, are we all staying silent, all giving the same info? Other plan? - are cops targetting me, the neighborhood? - if cops targetting someone else, can I walk away? - is my hangout area heavily surveilled? Is my party heavily surveilled? - if I have id, does it reflect the name I'm gonna tell the cops? What happens if an officer shows up who knows me? - how to respond to cops if my kids are with me? - condition breach? - am I carrying anything arrestable? Plan if they search me? - are all my incriminating items hidden from plain view? - what police consequences is most harmful to me? What am I most concerned about? What am I willing to do to avoid these? - can I role play with someone?
Good Samaritan overdose act (Good Sam law): - If someone is overdosing and you call 911, police legally aren't supposed to arrest you or anyone else there, incl overdosee for simple possession or simple possession condition breaches - everything else they can arrest you for. And they are known to use the opportunity to extract arrests Consider: throwing away/hiding your illegal drugs, tell others there you called 911 so they can leave, tell dispatch that area is safe so maybe police won't come, should I leave and get someone else to stay or leave a note on the overdosees,
Security guards, transit officers, etc: - no legal requirement to speak with them - they can citizens arrest you physically legally if they see you doing it - cannot legally search you - can legally use reasonable force to remove you from a building - Montreal public transit security can become special constables easily and can detain and arrest ppl suspected of criminal activity on mtl transit. Can access police database. - All public transit security can fine and issues tickets related to their public transit. You're required to provide them name, address, dob
Driving a vehicle: - if you are driving, police have more authority, like asking for ID, breathalyze - police can stop vehicles bc: see a driving violation, believe the vehicle is related or a crime, routine police blockade for like drunk drivers passing - often use license plates to determine if the car was stolen or a getaway vehicle or whatnot - police pulling over ppl in high crime areas for no other reason is illegal - important to not have knife, drug residue on plain view - if you're too shaky, pink eyes, they know lol in the car as drug dealers, they're more likely to find you suspicious - after arresting driver, they can legally search your vehicle if it's related to why they arrested you, ex they arrest you for drugs and then they can then search the vehicle for more drugs - more likely to search your vehicle if you're wearing a bulletproof vest - can search the vehicle legally for "safety", they see you have weapons charges and then they search the vehicle or if they have reason to fear for imminent evidence loss, fear imminent threat to someone's safety - legally easier for police to search your car then pat you down. - police can only legally ask driver for ID unless they turn the stop into an investigation in which case they can then ask everyone in the vehicle for ID - sleeping in your vehicle: take keys out of ignition, sleep in the back. Police may still harrass you and say it's in relation to criminal charges
Investigations: - begin for any reason, even via anonymous tip line calls - often police with surveill and if they see suspicious activity, they get a warrant
Residential location: - greatest privacy from police here legally, however: if owner unknown, abandon, frequented by marginalized ppl, police more likely to invade - when can they enter your house: generally police cannot enter without a warrant unless the person who answers the door consents, if they think someone inside is about to commit a crime or that a crime is in progress, in hot pursuit and the runner enters the house, if they think someone inside's life is in danger - if you don't consent to them entering say: I do NOT consent to you entering, je ne consens pas a ce que vous rentrez (jeh neh Kon sen pah ah seh voo rehn-tray) - can get warrants to enter for unpaid tickets, money owed to revenue Quebec - police search your home when: someone being arrested there and police think something is a danger to other potential occupants, police fear imminent lose of evidence, medical emergencies (Medicare card, suicide notes) - if they see something suspicious (drugs, scales, large sums of cash) in plain view (from your door, or anything they see if you allow them to enter. Even if you let them in, they're not supposed to search your house or roam to other rooms) they can seize it. - an arrest warrant isn't enough to search a place
Hotel/motel: for your room, generally same rules as residential, but a bit less privacy - for public areas, no privacy benefits - if cops get keys from hotel staff or permission from hotel staff they'll use that to enter your room - often will say the housekeeping staff saw something suspicious
House keepers: - if they see drugs, lots of condoms, paraphernalia, sex work publications or drug publications they may contact police. There is an increasing trend for this happening under the guise of human trafficking prevention esp if you're a marginalized/racialized women who uses drugs. - they are allowed to enter your room
Hospital: - usually won't provide the cops with much info unless they have a warrant for a patient. Sometimes even will not let cops into your hospital room - will contact law enforcement. Usually have low threshold to attempt to kick out ppl as it relates to arguments, raised voices, disruptions - if you are with a patient, hospital more likely to provide info on you to cops, so careful what info you give cops - as a patient u may have to change clothes and that could lead to dropping suspicious items out of your pocket - if you go to the hospital with a friend, tell them to stfu about providing info about you - bringing a friend can help by taking notes, advocating for you. Ideally your friend isn't know to the cops, can stay calm.
Supervised injection site, SIS: - inside cannot be charged with simple possession. Cannot give to others or administer to others. - staff cannot be charged with trafficking for providing the venue or material facilitating the drug usage. Same with staff checking drugs, which would normally be trafficking - police can do whatever outside of the building. If arrested for simple possession, could tell lawyer you were on your way to the sis/on your way back home - if you are investigated in relation to a sis, make sure your lawyer speaks with the sis bc your lawyer prob doesn't know the basics of the sis. - to use a sis, usually don't need to provide real name or info. If you give your real info, easier for medical staff at hospital to look you up if needed
Speaking to police: - if arrested cops suppose to stop asking you questions once you request to speak to a lawyer, but they will often still ask you questions anyway. After you speak to a lawyer they have the right to question you again - they will attempt to provoke you into speaking - interrogator will ask random questions to build rapport (ex personal life, interests). Will often promise or claim to help you if you talk to them - legally can lie about most things. Ex evidence, other ppl's statements, "if you leave now we can't help you later", "if you cooperate now you will get a more lenient sentence". - don't react to their questions
Initial appearance in from of a judge before bail hearing: - you appear before a judge within a day. If it's a weekend or holiday then after that. Have a lawyer come with you. This is when you plea guilty or not guilty - can try to exchange 1 release condition for another, discuss this with your lawyer beforehand - if you receive a fine, some organizations can you get a payment plan. Community service can also be used to pay off a fine.
Bail hearing - you can schedule the meeting with a judge at a later date to give you more time to prepare for how to make bail - usually happens within 3 days - prepare in advance how to get released on bail - Prosecutor will often argue you shouldn't be released bc: you won't attend your next court date, you pose a risk to the public, public will lose faith or you're released. - your lawyer will likely argue: you have a fixed address (can be friends, family), will obey your bail conditions - sometimes to make bail you need: bail money/recognizance document saying you'll pay latesurety. Surety should have legal job and no criminal record. Show that you have routine, like school, clubs, job, family. Can have someone who ideally does not have a record come testify to your character. Proof of income. Someone to book you a spot in rehab. - if the court takes your passport, photocopy the important pages
Cdsa and cannabis act are frderal criminal laws, but are often prosecuted by provincial/municipal forces
Law reform/Stella: The term decriminalization is getting more widely used and the meaning is recinding. Stella says decriminalization of drugs and sex work is a necessary first step to guarantee human rights. Drug use is not always an illness or problem. Abstinence is not the only way and thinking it's the only way is harmful. Drug sellers should be be categorized as bad ppl. If 1 law is repealed cops will often just target a sigmatized group with a new law. Alternative punishment instead of prison is still not decriminalization, aka Portugal model. For things like cannabis, even tho self possession of an amount is legal, you still can face police surveillance, unwanted police contact, trouble with landlord, etc. Individual prosecution directors, police departments can set guidelines, but those are not related to laws. Guidelines can say more or less punishment.
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2023.05.31 17:35 No_Competition4897 [HIRING] 25 Jobs in UT Hiring Now!

Company Name Title City
Delta Airlines Flight Attendant Salt Lake City
Genpak LLC Extrusion Machine Operator (7pm-7am) Cedar City
L3Harris Technologies Sr Scien, Systems Engineering Draper
L3Harris Technologies Scientist, Systems Engineer Draper
Lbct Llc Senior HR Business Partner Draper
L3Harris Technologies Sr. Scientist Echo
L3Harris Technologies Sr Scientist, Software Engineer Echo
L3Harris Technologies Senior Scientist Echo
L3Harris Technologies Sr Scien, Systems Engineering Herriman
L3Harris Technologies Sr Scien, Systems Engineering Layton
RTI International Field Interviewer - NSDUH Logan
L3Harris Technologies Lead, Networking Systems Engineer Midvale
L3Harris Technologies Sr Scien, Systems Engineering Midway
L3Harris Technologies Lead, Networking Systems Engineer Midway
L3Harris Technologies Sr Scientist, Software Engineer Morgan
L3Harris Technologies Lead, Networking Systems Engineer North Salt Lake
L3Harris Technologies Sr Scien, Systems Engineering Oakley
Professional Recruiting International LLC Quality Manager Ogden
L3Harris Technologies Senior Specialist Software Engineer- HYBRID Orem
L3Harris Technologies Scientist, Systems Engineer Payson
L3Harris Technologies Mechanical Design Engineer Pleasant Grove
L3Harris Technologies Scientist, Systems Engineer Pleasant Grove
Professional Recruiting International LLC Construction Project Engineer Provo
L3Harris Technologies Network Engineer Riverton
L3Harris Technologies Lead, Networking Systems Engineer Riverton
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2023.05.31 02:12 TRPanalyst I was in Cleveland 2 weeks ago and got a ticket…

I was doing 63 in the 50, headed East on route 2 right past this cities stadium. Apparently this is a speed trap. They wrote down the wrong model on my car, and also wrote that I was doing “69, estimate 70”.
Every day since my ticket I’ve been going to their Municipal court website to search for my ticket with the criteria required (ticket #, Last name, First, Middle) and nothing results from the search. I live quite a ways away, and stressing over missing work to have to drive up to Cleveland just to find out I don’t have a case.
Is this ticket valid? Any further guidance?
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2023.05.31 01:03 HedgeBoi69 *satire* Ron Collins is in some hot water

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2023.05.30 21:39 Nomeerkat781 Channel 781 News Week of 5-22-2023

Headlines: https://youtu.be/IH5MFOmmZPI
Deadly Shooting / Moody St. Hyrbid Closing / New Candidates / Waltham Pride / Housing Notification Ordinance / Energy-Efficient Building Codes / Proposed Sober House / Lexington Power Plant
Debrief: https://youtu.be/IH5MFOmmZPI
1:00 What to expect from Waltham Pride? (Nick Hammond) 3:10 Speakers at Pride 4:40 Where’s the money come from for Waltham Pride? 6:46 Volunteer at Waltham Pride! 9:25 Waltham Reproductive Justice Paint Event @ Pride! (Amanda Kennedy) 10:45 Sneak Peak at Portrait 13:45 Waltham City Council Passed Pride Resolution - Not Everyone Signed On 16:30 Shoulda Been A Roll Call 21:06 Tenants Rights Ordinance 26:20 Difference Between a Citizen Input Hearing and a Public Hearing 30:00 Sober House Application Goes Awry 33:20 Clips From the Meeting 38:20 Councilor Bradley-MacArthur's Climate Resolution Shot Down 43:00 If The Whole World Doesn’t Agree To Do Something, It’s Not Worth Doing (Councilor Lafauci) 46:25 This Puts Anthony Lafauci To The Right of Oil Industry 50:30 Waltham Should Be Leading, like We Used To
Headlines transcript:
Waltham resident Shelson Jules passed away on Monday 5/22, apparently from a gunshot that occurred about 1:30am near Lyman St. and Faneuil St. According to a gofundme set up to support his family, Shelson was also known as JJ and was a 22 year-old alum of Waltham High School. Waltham Police and the district attorney are investigating the shooting and so far no additional details have been made public.
This weekend is the first weekend a portion of Moody St. is closed to cars this year under the new "hybrid" plan that allows for outdoor dining but with more restrictions than in past years. Moody St. from High St. to Pine St. will be closed to cars Thursday evening through Sunday, as well as some holiday Mondays , from now through September 25. According to a WCAC article, business owners have mixed feelings about the new arrangement but 12 restaurants as well as the Game Underground have applied to use outdoor space.
A few more prospective candidates have pulled papers for this year's Waltham election. They include one more person who's been part of our Channel 781 News team-- Chris Hammer, who has helped us with video production, plans to challenge Councilor Harris in Ward 8. In addition Tammy Wong-Bigelow is the first challenger to pull papers for the School Committee race, Waltham Police Officer Paul Tracey has pulled papers for Ward 3, and elementary principal Stephen Duffy plans to run at-large.
Waltham Pride is happening next Saturday, June 3 on the Waltham Common. This is the third time in Waltham's history that we've had our own Pride event, and the second year on the Common. Some of last year's popular performers will be returning including Missy Steak, Evan Greer, Toast, Katie Gullotti, Rose Bello, and Zumba with Jen, along with a new drag performer Iris Laveau. Speakers will include community members from the middle school, high school, Brandeis, a local Church, and Waltham's recently formed Trans Alliance. That's 11-4 on Saturday and if you'd like to help out, there's still time to sign up as a volunteer. We'll have Nick Hammond and Amanda Kennedy on our debrief show to talk more about th event.
In this week's city council meeting, Councilors Bradley-MacArthur, Paz, and Darcy introduces a resolution recognizing Pride month and calling for a Pride flag to fly on the Common. The council voted to approve that without committee reference.
Also in this week's meeting Councilor Paz re-submitted the housing rights notification ordinance, and the council set a date for a citizen input hearing to take place Wednesday 6/21 at 6:30pm at Government Center. That ordinance was originally proposed by Watch CDC and would require landlords to give tenants in danger of eviction information about their rights. The new version Paz submitted includes language that also protects homeowners in danger of foreclosure.
Also in recent meetings, the city council shot down a proposal to make Waltham's building codes more energy efficient. The state sets standard that require new buildings or renovations to meet a certain level of energy efficiency, but municipalities can choose to adopt "stretch codes" that require a higher standard, which Waltham has done in the past. Councilor Bradley-MacArthur submitted a resolution to adopt the latest stretch codes, which was discussed at the Public Works & Public Safety Committee on 5/15. At that meeting Councilor LaFauci argued that the standards were too difficult to meet and would cost the city money by deterring people from renovating their homes. He said that "fossil fuels are not going away" and argued that it doesn't make sense for Waltham to take steps to address climate change if not all states and countries are doing it. The committee recommended the council file the resolution with prejudice, meaning they will not take action on it and no one can submit a similar resolution for at least a year. In the following meeting the council voted to do just that despite an effort by Councilor Bradley-MacArthur to send it back to committee.
Also at this meeting neighbors showed up to oppose a proposed lodging house on Robbins street that would provide shared bedrooms for about 20 people in recovery from addictions. That was sent to committee and we'll talk about that more on our debrief show.
A proposed solar plant in Lexington near the Cambridge Reservoir and the Waltham line was approved by the Lexington Planning Board on 5/17. The City of Waltham previously went to court to prevent developers from building an access road to the plant through a Waltham neighborhood, but lost. More recently Waltham neighbors organized to pressure the Lexington government not to approve the project. At the recent council meeting Councilor Darcy requested certain city department heads come to the next meeting to discuss.
There's no city council meeting this week but committee meetings will return June 5.
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2023.05.30 19:19 NoirGalaxy I was totally winging it 😭

So yeah I didn’t think I’d be interested in this update since there was models and vampires. But this astronaut update is so fun.
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2023.05.30 19:08 No_Competition4897 [HIRING] 25 Jobs in TN Hiring Now!

Company Name Title City
Whole Foods Team Member (Full Time & Part Time Storewide Opportunities) Antioch
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Atoka
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Bluff City
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Briceville
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Burlison
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Cedar Grove
Capital One Lead Software Engineer, DevOps Chattanooga
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Chattanooga
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Clarksville
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Collierville
Cargill Auto-Guided Vehicle Operator - Pepperoni RAW Franklin
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Gadsden
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Greenbrier
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Jackson
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Johnson City
Capital One Senior Data Engineer (Python, AWS, Airflow, Snowflake) Knoxville
Capital One Analytics Engineer Knoxville
Capital One Senior Data Engineer (Python, AWS, Airflow, Snowflake) Maryville
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Mount Juliet
Cargill Product Technician Nashville
AT&T Cable Installation Technician Rossville
AT&T Cable Technician Rossville
AT&T Field Technician Rossville
AT&T Internet Technician Tipton
AT&T Cable Installation Technician Tipton
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2023.05.30 18:53 No_Competition4897 [HIRING] 25 Jobs in TN Hiring Now!

Company Name Title City
Whole Foods Team Member (Full Time & Part Time Storewide Opportunities) Antioch
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Atoka
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Bluff City
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Briceville
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Burlison
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Cedar Grove
Capital One Lead Software Engineer, DevOps Chattanooga
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Chattanooga
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Clarksville
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Collierville
Cargill Auto-Guided Vehicle Operator - Pepperoni RAW Franklin
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Gadsden
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Greenbrier
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Jackson
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Johnson City
Capital One Senior Data Engineer (Python, AWS, Airflow, Snowflake) Knoxville
Capital One Analytics Engineer Knoxville
Capital One Senior Data Engineer (Python, AWS, Airflow, Snowflake) Maryville
HealthMarkets Insurance Agent Mount Juliet
Cargill Product Technician Nashville
AT&T Cable Installation Technician Rossville
AT&T Cable Technician Rossville
AT&T Field Technician Rossville
AT&T Internet Technician Tipton
AT&T Cable Installation Technician Tipton
Hey guys, here are some recent job openings , feel free to comment here if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2023.05.30 16:57 shpdg48 "Extreme fluoride toxicity exposed in federal lawsuit against the EPA"

https://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?noframes;read=223457
The EPA has made repeated efforts to have the case dismissed, but these new studies have prompted the judge to prolong the case. “So much has changed since the petition was filed … two significant series of studies—respective cohort studies—which everybody agrees is the best methodology,” said Judge Edward M. Chen of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. “Everybody agrees that these were rigorous studies and everybody agrees that these studies would be part of the best available scientific evidence.”
The experts in this case include Dr. Grandjean, who has published 500 scientific papers. His work exposed the neurodevelopmental effects of prenatal mercury and was eventually used by the EPA to establish a reference dose for methyl-mercury. Grandjean concluded for the trial: “With a reasonable degree of scientific certainty, I therefore consider the elevated levels of fluoride exposure in the U.S. population as a serious public health concern.”
Other leading experts include Dr. Howard Hu and Dr. Bruce Lanphear. They are known for their research on lead, which ultimately set EPA standards and regulations for lead exposure. In their latest work on fluoride and neurodevelopment, Hu maintains that the amount of fluoride used in the water poses a threat to neurodevelopment, similar to lead exposure. “It is my opinion to a reasonable degree of scientific certainty, that the results of the element studies support the conclusion that fluoride is a developmental neurotoxicant at levels of internalized exposure seen in water fluoridated communities,” Hu concluded.
This historic case could force the EPA to establish a new reference level for fluoride, making it illegal to add the toxin to municipal water supplies.
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2023.05.30 16:32 Actual_Scratch_9821 Can confirm

Source: https://iphone-gratuit.net/blog/can-confirm-2023-24/
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2023.05.30 14:07 Chemical-Glove-1435 Slow Zone Update: MBTA lengthens one slow zone on the Orange Line, one on the Mattapan Line, and adds another on the Mattapan Line.

Slow Zones Lengthened:
Northbound Jackson Square to Roxbury Crossing: lengthened 600 feet, lowered from 25 to 10 mph.
Outbound Cedar Grove to Butler: added 100 feet at 20 mph.

Slow Zones added:
Outbound Butler Station: 50 feet at 10 mph.

The Orange Line currently has 3.86 miles of slow zones.
The Red Line (counting Mattapan) has 10.64 miles of slow zones.

Source: https://www.mbta.com/performance-metrics/speed-restrictions

Edit: added source
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2023.05.30 12:22 autotldr Japan government under renewed pressure to end same-sex marriage ban Calls grow for marriage equality as another court rules ban is unconstitutional

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Pressure is building on Japan's government to legalise same-sex unions after a court ruled that a ban on them was unconstitutional.
Rights advocates said the ruling on Tuesday by Nagoya district court was a step forward in the campaign to end Japan's status as the only G7 country not to fully recognise same-sex unions.
It is the second time a court in Japan has ruled the ban unconstitutional, while two other courts have decreed the ban is in line with the postwar constitution, which defines marriage as based on "The mutual consent of both sexes".
While the courts cannot compel the government to act, the latest ruling is expected to reignite the debate over same-sex unions, less than a fortnight after it submitted an LGBTQ+ rights bill designed to avert criticism ahead of the G7 leaders' summit in Hiroshima.
While lifting the ban on same-sex unions is opposed by "Family values" conservatives in the LDP, opinion polls show public support for same-sex marriage as high as 70%. More than 300 municipalities in Japan allow same-sex couples to enter partnership agreements - covering about 65% of the population - but their rights are limited.
The prime minister, Fumio Kishida, has provoked anger by claiming that Japan's ban on same-sex marriage was "Not discriminatory" and that legalising it would "Fundamentally change society" and challenge so-called traditional family values.
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