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ctskapski November 8th, 2017 10:32am

Hypothetical: you're a lawyer. An assassin has kidnapped someone special to you to secure an acquittal for their client. The client is charged with a murder he paid the assassin to commit. Do you serve justice or save the person you're close with?

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ctskapski x
11/08/17 4:04 am

Assassin's kidnap and threaten to kill your kids every day you send them to school?

Chicago schools go hard.

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ctskapski x
11/08/17 3:32 am

Additional information: in this scenario court cases must be resolved within 3 days... For reasons.

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Suzan Hawaii
11/08/17 11:42 am

Work with law-enforcement to get your loved one back

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georgiafan64 Pennsylvania
11/08/17 5:29 am

Farewell, My Turnabout

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ItsYourBoy Roman Empire
11/08/17 6:01 am

I would let him win and once I get my family back I'll go after him myself

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chinito Florida
11/08/17 8:20 am

After the trial I'll tell the FBI what happened and go after them for kidnapping and I'm sure we can add a bunch of other charges.

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catpillow Florida West Coast
11/08/17 4:57 pm

I disclose the situation to the judge.

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TheBlackKnight Eclipse
11/08/17 7:44 am

Yep. My thoughts exactly.

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TheBlackKnight Eclipse
11/08/17 8:13 am

Hmm... I sense an “Ace” somewhere in the reason.

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xxxceo Nationalist
11/08/17 3:51 am

Your Honor, the State wishes to drop all charges.

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ctskapski x
11/08/17 12:19 pm

Remember, from below, you have a Max of 3 days, still what you'd do?

ctskapski x
11/08/17 7:58 pm

To what end? The judge grants you an acquittal and the murderer goes free?