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Hammock Parties 09:58 AM 08-22-2019
CHUNG!

#Breaking: New England Patriot Patrick Chung has been indicted by a Belknap County grand jury for possession of cocaine. Arraignment is scheduled for next week. #wmur pic.twitter.com/ekfVhob7dW

— David Sakowich (@dsakowich_WMUR) August 22, 2019

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Oxford 01:00 PM 08-23-2019
Originally Posted by Flying High D:
Wouldn’t this just be something you load in your vehicle and never mention it?
... Hey boss, got a load of bad produce so I'm taking it to the dumpster
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Flying High D 02:58 PM 08-23-2019
Originally Posted by Oxford:
... Hey boss, got a load of bad produce so I'm taking it to the dumpster
That’s what happened to other $6 million. Drug lords be wondering what happened to the rest. Be some dumpster diving now.
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ROYC75 03:34 PM 08-23-2019
Originally Posted by -King-:
How? The cops can't prove its his and not the robbers.
Don't have to, he is in possession of it at this point once it's in his home.

Originally Posted by -King-:
Sloppy robbers. Fell out of their pockets. I'm not a lawyer so I'm just speaking out of my ass but I think a lawyer would easily get this thrown out.
Nope, not a chance!

Originally Posted by TribalElder:
Alarm went off for B&E

"Burgalar left a bunch of cocaine when he ran off when the cops showed up" - chungs lawyer
His home, his friend could have left it, bottom line is in possession of it now.

Originally Posted by JD10367:
I don't think you guys understand what a grand jury is. Most people have the misconception that a grand jury means something must be big and important. A grand jury is simply a sort of reversal of a regular jury. On a regular jury, a charge is brought and it's the jury's job to determine guilt or innocence; on a grand jury, information is brought and it's the grand jury's job to determine if there's enough to charge a person and have a trial. I spent a year and a half on a grand jury trying various cases and it's literally that simple, and it wasn't all important stuff (although one case was).

Again, a grand jury isn't even being charged with a crime; it's trying to determine if there's even enough evidence to charge someone. So a grand jury bringing down an indictment simply means, "Okay, now we're going to bring a charge." Then there needs to be a regular jury. A grand jury doesn't mean someone is automatically guilty, although that's the public's assumption; it just means the DA's office REALLY wants to make sure they have a good case before they cause a public spectacle.
This is facts, they already have reason to indict him based on the current evidence.

Better call Ben.

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