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Jaywalking, by definition, is to cross or walk in the street or road UNLAWFULLY or without regard for approaching traffic. Now, you may think this means your just not paying attention, but I'd like to educate you on what being a Jaywalker really means. Me and my pals get a night on the town with one thing in mind, taking to the streets with no consideration for what consequences our actions may bring on ourselves or others. And we do that HARD. Doesn't matter time of day, make or model of the car, what we're wearing, or what the weather is like. You better know that me and my crew are ready to walk the walk and talk the talk that Jaywalkers are all too well known for when their around the block on the sidewalk ready to cross the road without any motion or communication of where they are trying to go. So next time you see me walking down the street, you better merge away from the sidewalk. You never know when I may start walking the way I always do. Jaywalking.

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Not personally, but as someone who's directly involved in criminal justice and delinquency most of my clients and contacts are involved. From larceny, to burglaries to 1st degree homicides etc. 

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DEPUTY SHERIFF (BONUS II) CHAD AARON KRASINSKI
A/OPERATIONS SERGEANT, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION
LOS SANTOS COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT — "A TRADITION OF SERVICE"
 

ALSO A/LIEUTENANT JAMAL CHAQUILLE CARR
TEAM LEADER, OPERATION SAFE JAILS

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1 hour ago, KnownAlmighty said:

Nothing that I remember of. The only illegal thing that I was doing was cheating my wife without her knowing, on my deeds I was doing at this time my little daughter was around. 


It's not illegal unless your daughter was involved in the act.

 

Although, the act of adultery is indeed considered deviant, yet, it's not incriminated in most of the countries so de facto it's not illegal – nullum crimen sine lege. In some countries, Afghan, Pakistan, Egypt, Morocco exempli gratia, the act of adultery is incriminated. So you should be good (legally) unless you live in any of these countries. 

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DEPUTY SHERIFF (BONUS II) CHAD AARON KRASINSKI
A/OPERATIONS SERGEANT, CUSTODY SERVICES DIVISION
LOS SANTOS COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT — "A TRADITION OF SERVICE"
 

ALSO A/LIEUTENANT JAMAL CHAQUILLE CARR
TEAM LEADER, OPERATION SAFE JAILS

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25 minutes ago, felis said:


It's not illegal unless your daughter was involved in the act.

 

Although, the act of adultery is indeed considered deviant, yet, it's not incriminated in most of the countries so de facto it's not illegal – nullum crimen sine lege. In some countries, Afghan, Pakistan, Egypt, Morocco exempli gratia, the act of adultery is incriminated. So you should be good (legally) unless you live in any of these countries. 

Well she wasn't involved but my daughter deff was a witness. Other than that I didn't do nothing illegal really. But for me it is haha. 

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On 1/8/2022 at 5:06 AM, Mikee said:

Forced a police "traffic stop" with my bike ( CBR1000rr Fireblade ). They were on the side of a road, stopping cars for checks: it was night and I was in a hurry so I didn't stop, they didn't even chase me.

 

I was a cop IRL for 3 years, 9 times out of 10 we wouldn't chase bikes unless we knew the driver was wanted for a serious felony. Not worth it LOL

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1 hour ago, Maximus. said:

 

I was a cop IRL for 3 years, 9 times out of 10 we wouldn't chase bikes unless we knew the driver was wanted for a serious felony. Not worth it LOL

tbh ive noticed this too, haven't been pulled over once on my bike no matter how hard I was speeding or how I was driving. I feel like cops really don't give a shit about bikers.

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8 minutes ago, Knobi said:

tbh ive noticed this too, haven't been pulled over once on my bike no matter how hard I was speeding or how I was driving. I feel like cops really don't give a shit about bikers.

Its not worth the risk. One pursuit I was a part of, there were 2 people on a bike evading (passenger was wanted for Assault 1st degree, which in my state is attempted murder)  so we had to chase as it was a serious offense, the biker hit the roundabout and flew dozens of feet in the air. The driver passed and the passenger got seriously injured. If they are just cop baiting IRL (happens more than you think with bikers) then its not worth putting people in danger especially when you have a guy weaving in-and-out of traffic just to mess around. Mainly referring to sports bikes like described above though.

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