Marijuana: Denver DA Mitch Morrissey to drop pot cases legal under Amendment 64

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Original post, 12:40 p.m. November 15: Yesterday, Boulder District Attorney Stan Garnett announced that his office wouldn't prosecute pot offenses that will be legal once Amendment 64 is signed into law. Garnett's actions won praise in a letter written by Judd Golden, head of Boulder's ACLU; see it below. However, he's frustrated that more agencies have yet to follow his lead.

"The voters have spoken, and there are other priorities out there," says Golden.

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Ken Buck.
This viewpoint isn't universally accepted. Moments ago, Weld County District Attorney Ken Buck, a vocal critic of Amendment 64, released remarks stressing that his office isn't ready to walk away from any pot cases just yet. The statement reads:
"Our office has an obligation to prosecute offenses that were crimes at the time they occurred. Accordingly, we will not be dismissing existing marijuana possession cases. But more importantly, our office prosecutes low-level possession cases to get drug users help with their addictions. That practice will continue until state law changes."
The logic of such an approach escapes Golden.

"I think practicalities are what motivated District Attorney Garnett," he maintains. "To say, 'I suppose we could make the charge, but what are the chances of getting a conviction? And if someone were to request a jury trial, what are the chances of getting a conviction when the world knows this isn't an offense anymore?'

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Stan Garnett.
"The mentality of many people in law enforcement is, 'I enforce the law, and that's currently the law, and when the law changes, I'll stop enforcing it,'" he goes on. "And I understand that -- to not make value judgments and simply enforce the laws as written. Which is why you should go up the food chain to those who actually have to try to get convictions. They're the people who should be telling law enforcement, 'Don't make these charges, because we can't get convictions.' That would seem to be the correct way for law enforcement to operate, and the correct way for the prosecution of those charges to be handled."

Maybe so, but as William Breathes reported yesterday, the Jefferson County District Attorney's Office is not planning to alter its tactics until after Amendment 64 is signed, likely by or before the first week of January. And while the Denver District Attorney's Office hasn't been as definitive on the issue thus far (discussions are planned for this week), no move to drop cases has been made to date. And few police departments in these parts have joined the Boulder Police Department in announcing that they will no longer issue citations on such matters.

"We've heard that Longmont has decided not to do any enforcement," Golden says, "and they're going to re-craft their ordinance so it will comply with Amendment 64. But those municipalities that don't have their own ordinance are at the mercy of the DA to make charging decisions."

That's fine, in Golden's view, in the case of Boulder County: "If, for example, Erie, which doesn't have its own ordinance, has its police making charges, they'll take them to the DA, who'll say, 'We're not going to prosecute this. Why waste your time?'" But in counties whose district attorneys aren't yet backing down, the continuing pot-law enforcement efforts are, in his view, pointless.

Continue to read more of our interview with Boulder ACLU's Judd Golden.

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kratomk
kratomk

About time. Keep demanding it people, and vote out anyone who stands in the way. ANYONE.

Ending the war on drugs will save BILLIONS per year. Thats not chump change.

And people with addiction problems can finally seek help openly without fear of jail and being ostracized. Treating addicts like criminals just reinforces their addiction, by making them feel worse about themselves. Its just another reason to escape reality. They need medical support, not condemnation and a jail cell. http://www.kratom-k.com

betweenthelines
betweenthelines

The feds could have very well just created the BIGGEST underground market of marijuana in the country. Here's my scenario: The governor signs the bill into law. Possession and cultivation are now legal. The feds block the section of A64 relating to the retails outlets. ALL Sales are still now illegal. What now? You have an ENTIRE state of weed smokers who are expecting easy access to this legalized substance with no where to PURCHASE it from.....Enter the drug cartel.... :)

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

The REAL STORY isn't the handful of over 21 yr olds who got caught with a pathetic ounce, and were NOT arrested by merely issued a summons,  nor were they facing ANY jail for their petty $100 offense ....

 

... the REAL STORY is how many 100s of current marijuana cases are NOT BEING DISMISSED, because they were arbitrarily excluded by A64 from any coverage by being < 21, or they possessed 29+ grams of pot, or were growing 3+ flowering plants, or sold even a single joint to their consenting adult pals.

 

A64 = NO REDUCTIONS in ARRESTS for ANY Marijuana Crimes in Colorado !!

 

A64 = Epic FAIL!

 

 

kevin_hunt
kevin_hunt

Suck it Ken Buck and all of the Donkey-Chippi prohibitionists:

 

 

"Better yet, law enforcement officials across the state also announced last evening that they, too, will begin abiding by Amendment 64. Out west in Mesa County (where Grand Junction is located), police announced they would no longer be citing adults for possession, and the district attorney announced they would begin integrating the new law into its activities"

 

– read more at http://bit.ly/ZUk2er

 

"And down south in La Plata County (where Durango is located), the district attorney announced they would begin dismissing pending cases and no longer file new ones."

 

Read more at http://bit.ly/QiFrNR

 

CoreyDonahue
CoreyDonahue

If one week after Colorado ¨legalizes¨ marijuana and the federal government and the Governor has a closed door meeting to discuss the amendment and it is not made available to the public and no one is going to rase the alarm about that, then may your slave chains set lightly upon you because that is what you are. WHERE IS THE RECORDING OF THE MEETING NIXONLOOPER?http://es.scribd.com/doc/113412582/CORA-Letter-Corey-Donahue-Amendment-64-1

betweenthelines
betweenthelines

Donkey says these are all 'imaginary' crimes they prosecutor's office is dropping. Hey Donkey, if weed is already legal in Colorado, what's the need to 'drop' cases? How do you have a 'case' involving something that is not a crime? Explain it to us cause we're all dumb.... :)

melekalikimaka
melekalikimaka

Ken Buck is just crying in his Wheaties and being a jerk about all this. He was against 64 and apparently has decided to waste Weld County's money prosecuting these cases. Hopefully all will be smart and ask for a jury trial. It's their best chance against this guy. Did the ACLU send him a letter too?

robertweller
robertweller

There is no scientific reason to treat marijuana differently than alcohol, in fact, alcohol is much more dangerous. how many times have you seen people get stoned and shoot up a bar. i like getting doctors out of this equation.

 

ryan.cordova
ryan.cordova topcommenter

Just so Donkey's idiotic ramblings are never listened to ever again: Colorado state law permits a police officer to arrest a person who has committed a crime in the officer's presence and does not limit that authority. That goes for every offense from treason to jaywalking, and yes, smoking pot was included in that as well.  (1)A peace officer may arrest a person when:(a)He has a warrant commanding that such person be arrested; or(b)Any crime has been or is being committed by such person in his presence; or(c)He has probable cause to believe that an offense was committed and has probable cause to believe that the offense was committed by the person to be arrested. C.R.S § 16-3-102

dm_co
dm_co

 @DonkeyHotay Why do insist that people under 21 have access to Cannabis? I personally feel it should be legal for anyone over 18 but I'm not losing any sleep over it. The black market is as healthy as ever and the quasi-legal methods of buying Cannabis are on the rise. 

Matt_in_Boulder
Matt_in_Boulder

 @DonkeyHotay 

In other news millions of American citizens are DENIED the right to run for president because they are under 35 years of age.  The outrage just doesn't stop!

 

US Constitution = Epic FAIL!!

kevin_hunt
kevin_hunt

 @DonkeyHotay The real story is that marijuana is legal in Colorado and Aaron Sawyer is a loser.

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 @kevin_hunt "police announced they would no longer be citing adults for possession"

 

But they will be ARRESTING adults for Marijuana Crimes ... as A64 does NOT reduce ANY ARRESTS for Marijuana Crimes due to its pathetically puny limits and arbitrary age discrimination!

 

A64 = Epic FAIL!

kevin_hunt
kevin_hunt

 @betweenthelines Exactly, the Donkey (Aaron Sawyer -A Tilted Windmill Enterprise) is being proven wrong every step of the way.

 

I stopped believing that the Donkey wanted marijuana to be legalized when he said that he approved of the "decriminalized" fine and court appearance for < 2 oz as a "tax on stupid stoners" and that "marijuana causes ball cancer".  

 

I know it hurts them them that cases against small time users are being dropped.

 

Fuck You Donkey and the Donkey you rode in on.

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 @robertweller "There is no scientific reason to treat marijuana differently than alcohol, in fact, alcohol is much more dangerous"

 

Do you even read what you write?

 

You just stated the BIGGEST REASON to treat "a harmless plant that never killed anyone" differently than DEADLY ALCOHOL that harms, maims and kills 10s of thousands of people every year.

 

 

ryan.cordova
ryan.cordova topcommenter

Remember that every time he spouts out his idiotic "there were no arrests changed because of A64!"

Monkey
Monkey

 @DonkeyHotay  Or hire someone to do it for you. The word "assist" means many things.

betweenthelines
betweenthelines

 @DonkeyHotay Not EVERYONE will do this but I know reality is missing from your library. If the feds block the law, they will be responsible for an ESCALATION in the Drug War when they had the chance to bring some common sense to the matter....I'm guessing they DON"T take the high road.... :) As for you, Donkey. Still pathetic. Losing.... :)

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 @dm_co -- Why do you insist that Marijuana is so Harmful and Dangerous that CRIMINAL PROHIBITION must be maintained against ALL ADULTS < 21 years old?

 

 

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

@Matt_in_Boulder ... the same Authors kept, sold, bought, abused and fornicated with their Negro Slaves.

 

Now imagine if nearly 50% of the qualified candidates for President were in fact under 35 years old ...

 

... as those under 21 years old represent nearly 50% of ALL ARRESTS for Marijuana Crimes in Colorado -- according to A64's own stats -- and are then deliberately excluded from any protection by A64, leaving them to be crushed and destroyed by an insatiable Criminal Just-us System.

 

hth.

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 @kevin_hunt Who's Aaron Sawyer?

 

PS -- A64 did NOT legalize marijuana, even the Authors of it admitted that fact.

 

hth.

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 @kevin_hunt  @betweenthelines 

 

A64 has not prevented the Arrest of ANYONE for Marijuana Crimes in Colorado.

 

None of the petty offenders with their pathetic ounces were arrested and facing ANY jail time. 

melekalikimaka
melekalikimaka

 @kevin_hunt That's unfortunate that he would align with that sort of thinking. 

 

I knew these places existed when I was in Highschool, we called them reprogramming centers. We couldn't believe parents were actually subjecting their children to torture because they believed the reefer madness bs and an inability to have a conversation with their kid.Hey, they believed the propaganda.

Kevins_Mom
Kevins_Mom

@ryan.cordova give up now. You sound like a fool. Petty offenses are not crimes.

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 @betweenthelines "A leftist Mexican lawmaker on Thursday presented a bill to legalize the production, sale and use of marijuana, adding to a growing chorus of Latin American politicians who are rejecting the prohibitionist policies of the United States."

 

LOL! -- Leftist Latin America has rejected the Colonialist / Capitalist Policies of the U$A since Simón Bolívar.

 

Grow up.

 

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 @Monkey     "ass" being the root word ...

 

Ass-ist = one who follows the Donkey

 

Bam!

.

 

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 @betweenthelines Get back to us when you sober up.

 

Personal Sales are still FELONIES under A64!

 

Grow Your Own, you simpering slacker.

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 @betweenthelines "Not EVERYONE will do this"

 

HipTip -- then Don't do the Crime if you can't do the Time.

 

hth.

dm_co
dm_co

 @DonkeyHotay I'm sure Colorado's young puerile stoners feel touched by your commitment to them, I sure do. 

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 @dm_co It means that the lowlife prohibitionist, pro-law enforcement, pro huge taxes scumbags who wrote and promoted A64 DELIBERATELY excluded 50% of those who suffer arrests and prosecutions for marijuana from the CONSTITUTION.

 

Selfish scumbags.

dm_co
dm_co

 @DonkeyHotay "...CRIMINAL PROHIBITION must be maintained against ALL ADULTS < 21 years old?"

 

See that right there? It means whether or not 64 passed nothing was going to change for anyone under 21. 

FlosDaddy
FlosDaddy

 @DonkeyHotay  @dm_co Baby steps you fucking jackass. What are you five? Obviously we would all like to see it legalized in the full sense, but you are not going to overturn almost 80 years of government propaganda in one fell swoop. It's called reality and you need to jump on board. Far from perfect, but a positive step. So stop your fucking bitch ass whining and understand that these things take time. If you really believe that you were going to get the perfect law the first time around you are as naive as a fucking small child. And what exactly to you intend to gain from your ramblings on here? The law passed so suck it up and move the fuck on. One day, a better law will pass you ideologically stagnant ignoramus. Until then, smoke a joint and chill the fuck out. Progress is upon us and dumb fucking imbeciles such as you and your Chippi, Donahue com padres can't stop it. FUCK YOU COCKSTAIN. FUCK YOU

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

@kevin_huntYou're a day late and an 1/8th short.

 

The Barney Fife Detective Skewl graduates have abandoned Aaron for yet another absurd assertion. 

 

They apparently used some soooper seekrit "binary reversing" skills to track me down.

 

Get with the program, or they'll toss you out of the Man of La Munchies posse.

 

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 @kevin_hunt 

 

A64 is going to FAIL because it will NOT REDUCE a SINGLE ARREST for Marijuana Crimes in Colorado !!

 

A64 was designed to FAIL!

 

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kevin_hunt
kevin_hunt

 @DonkeyHotay "evil prohibitionist scum!"

 

Just keep telling yourself that lie, and that A64 is going to fail because Mesa County voters didn't go for it.

 

You are worse than the Chippi, who thinks that she can repeal A64 with her lamebrain complaint to Stan Garnett.

 

Loser.

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 @kevin_hunt = wants EVERYONE under 21 to face court appearances and fines.

 

 @kevin_hunt  = wants EVERYONE over 21 to face JAIL and PRISON for possessing a few ounces, or growing more than 3 flowering plants, or selling even a single joint to another consenting adult.

 

 @kevin_hunt = evil prohibitionist scum!

kevin_hunt
kevin_hunt

 @DonkeyHotay  I know that you want marijuana users to suffer court appearances and fines.  You suck.

 

Marijuana is legal in Colorado, 

 

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 @kevin_hunt  @melekalikimaka 

 

What happens to the 10's of  THOUSANDS of citizens who are EXCLUDED from protection by A64 as they continue to be fed into the Prison Industrial Complex?

 

Rape and Humble Pants indeed !!

 

kevin_hunt
kevin_hunt

 @melekalikimaka Yes, "Straight" was run on a pure profit model.  Instead of hiring mental health care professionals, they put junkie teens in charge of more vulnerable teens.  What happened was rape and humble pants.

Chris
Chris

@DonkeyHotay You forgot about colorado and Washington! Remember that election thingy?

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 @ryan.cordova  @Monkey 

 

Decriminalized = Criminal Penalties, eg. Jail / Prison, removed

 

Or are you now claiming that NO STATES have decriminalized marijuana ?

 

LOL!

ryan.cordova
ryan.cordova topcommenter

 @DonkeyHotay  @Monkey I thought it was decriminalized Donkey? How's it decriminalized if a petty offense is still a crime? Doesn't that make your information kind of flat out idiotic bullshit? Oh wait it does? Too bad, you almost had someone believing for a second.

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 @ryan.cordova  @Monkey 

 

HipTip -- if you're a Wage Slave, don't get caught acting like a Puerile Pot Punk with a pathetic ounce.

 

Sucks to be you, don't it Ryan?

 

 

ryan.cordova
ryan.cordova topcommenter

 @Monkey North Metro Task Force is not all of Colorado, either way, my point isn't really the arrests, it's the fact that a petty offense, much like any other offense, remains on your criminal record and is further searchable by employers. But it's been fun to point out the logical failings of a sad, sad troll.

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 @Monkey  @ryan.cordova 

 

Ryan -- being a puerile pot clown -- was worried that Cops would exercise their "option" to arrest assholes like him when they otherwise simply issue tickets 99.9% of the time.

 

The FACT remains -- A64 will NOT reduce ANY ARRESTS for Marijuana Crimes in Colorado due to its pathetically puny limit of 1 ounce and additional arbitrary age exclusions.

 

 

 

 

 

ryan.cordova
ryan.cordova topcommenter

 @DonkeyHotay Done it bro, perhaps you should give it a shot. Get back to me when you find anything that says a petty offense isn't a crime. Still waiting on that. 

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 @ryan.cordova "ROFL you actually think the date is what I meant? God you're fucking retarded."

 

Shepardize ... and get back to us, numbnuts.

 

"super outdated law"

 

LOL!

ryan.cordova
ryan.cordova topcommenter

 @DonkeyHotay ROFL you actually think the date is what I meant? God you're fucking retarded.

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 @ryan.cordova  Callan v. Wilson, 1888

 

" if you want to use super outdated law "

 

ROTFLMAO !!

 

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ryan.cordova
ryan.cordova topcommenter

 @DonkeyHotay "According to many adjudged cases arising under constitutions which declare generally that the right of trial by jury shall remain inviolate there are certain minor or petty offenses that may be proceeded against summarily, and without a jury, and, in respect to other offenses, the constitutional requirement is satisfied if the right to a trial by jury in an appellate court is accorded to the accused." Callan V. Wilson, seriously kid, stop trying. Nowhere in there does it say a petty offense isn't a crime, which it states in the Colorado Constitution they ARE. You've got nothing, you're done kid, go to sleep, game over.

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 @ryan.cordova  

 

In ALL CRIMINAL prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial JURY of the State and district wherein the crime shall have been committed..

.-- U.S. Const. amend. VI

 

Summary Petty Offense of Possession of < 2 ounces of Marijuana does NOT allow for a Jury Trial.

 

hth.

 

 

ryan.cordova
ryan.cordova topcommenter

 @DonkeyHotay What part of "The terms "offense" and "crime" are synonymous" can't you read?Am I just being naive in assuming you CAN read?

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 @ryan.cordova 

 

What part of Class 2 Petty offenses -- like simple marijuana possession < 2 ounces -- are SUMMARY, No Jail, Fine only offenses don't you comprehend?

 

A64 does NOT reduce any Arrests for  Marijuana Crimes in Colorado.

 

NONE of the half-dozen dismissed petty pot possession cases in Boulder were facing any Jail or Prison time.

 

Every marijuana criminal case -- misdemeanor and felony -- is still proceeding in Boulder and throughout the State, as A64 does NOT cover any of them.

 

A64 will NOT keep a single marijuana user or grower out of Jail or Prison in Colorado, due to its pathetically puny limits and arbitrary age exclusions.

 

A64 = Epic Fail!

ryan.cordova
ryan.cordova topcommenter

 @DonkeyHotay Aww look more ad hominem and crying. Guess that means he can't Google his way out of this one. Here's a tip for the future Donkey, don't trust Wikipedia for your legal advice. Colorado Revised Statutes state petty offenses as one of their three categories of crimes, the court case you cites states that ALL offenses are crimes as well as misdemeanor, what else you got?

 

Check fucking mate. Good night.

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 @ryan.cordova = the fuckwit who claimed that Colorado had not decriminalized simple marijuana possession back in 1975 -- and was oblivious to the fact that the current decriminalized limit for marijuana possession is 2 (two) ounces, for EVERYONE ... no MMJ card needed.

 

 

ryan.cordova
ryan.cordova topcommenter

 @DonkeyHotay "Class 2 Petty offenses -- like Simple Marijuana Possession -- are summary offenses"LOL keep telling yourself that sport, you've clearly demonstrated a superb understanding of Colorado law up to this point....

ryan.cordova
ryan.cordova topcommenter

 @DonkeyHotay  @Kevins_Mom But if you really want to make the case that only misdemeanor's are crimes and that even felonies are non-criminal offenses, then by all means....

ryan.cordova
ryan.cordova topcommenter

@DonkeyHotay@Kevins_Mom

And included again for poops and grins, "Current through 2012 First Extraordinary Session (LOOOOONG after Hoffman v. People of CO....)

 

§ 18-1-104. "Offense" defined - offenses classified - common-law crimes abolished

(1)The terms "offense" and "crime" are synonymous and mean a violation of, or conduct defined by, any state statute for which a fine or imprisonment may be imposed.(2)Each offense falls into one of eleven classes. There are six classes of felonies as defined in section 18-1.3-401, three classes of misdemeanors as defined in section 18-1.3-501, and two classes of petty offenses as defined in section 18-1.3-503.(3)Common-law crimes are abolished and no conduct shall constitute an offense unless it is described as an offense in this code or in another statute of this state, but this provision does not affect the power of a court to punish for contempt, or to employ any sanction authorized by law for the enforcement of an order lawfully entered, or a civil judgment or decree; nor does it affect the use of case law as an interpretive aid in the construction of the provisions of this code.

 

ryan.cordova
ryan.cordova topcommenter

@DonkeyHotay@Kevins_MomCBut hey, if you want to use super outdated law (1923) then by all means. You should probably include all of the quote though, "'Crime' includes all grades of public offenses." Whoops. 

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 @ryan.cordova  @Kevins_Mom 

 

Class 2 Petty offenses -- like Simple Marijuana Possession -- are summary offenses, no jail time, and NO ARREST ... unless you're acting like a jackass to the cop, in which case he'll arrest you for Puerile Pot Clownery.

 

A64 will NOT reduce a SINGLE ARREST for Marijuana Crimes in Colorado.

 

A64 will NOT reduce a SINGLE ARREST for Marijuana Possession in Colorado.

 

A64 will NOT reduce a SINGLE ARREST for Marijuana Misdemeanors in Colorado -- unless you can locate that mythical 3-Plant Farmer.

 

A64 will NOT reduce a SINGLE ARREST for Marijuana Felonies in Colorado.

 

A64 will NOT reduce ANY ARRESTS or reduce ANY FINES for ANYONE under 21 years old, as A64 excludes them from any coverage.

 

What part don't you comprehend?

 

ryan.cordova
ryan.cordova topcommenter

 @DonkeyHotay  @Kevins_Mom Oh look, the troll has finally tried to find an actual citation for the first time in MONTHS and he's still got it wrong. Nothing in your statement overrides the Colorado Revised Statutes definition of the fact that "crimes" and "offenses" are uses synchronously. it doesn't even contradict it.

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 @ryan.cordova  @Kevins_Mom 

 

The definition of a crime is the same as that of a misdemeanor, each consisting of a violation of a public law.

 

Hoffman v. People, 72 Colo. 552, 212 P. 848

 

ryan.cordova
ryan.cordova topcommenter

 @Kevins_Mom CRS 18-1-104 (1) The terms "offense" and "crime" are synonymous and mean a violation of, or conduct defined by, any state statute for which a fine or imprisonment may be imposed.(2) Each offense falls into one of eleven classes. There are six classes of felonies as defined in section 18-1.3-401, three classes of misdemeanors as defined in section 18-1.3-501, and two classes of petty offenses as defined in section 18-1.3-503.(3) Common-law crimes are abolished and no conduct shall constitute an offense unless it is described as an offense in this code or in another statute of this state, but this provision does not affect the power of a court to punish for contempt, or to employ any sanction authorized by law for the enforcement of an order lawfully entered, or a civil judgment or decree; nor does it affect the use of case law as an interpretive aid in the construction of the provisions of this code.

robertweller
robertweller

 @Kevins_Mom here is definition of crime.  an act or the commission of an act that is forbidden or the omission of a duty that is commanded by a public law and that makes the offender liable to punishment by that law. going from there, the mere criminalization of it makes it seem bad, even though it isn't. like blacks wanting to ride in the front of the bus in selma.

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