jamesmangi wrote: lymenheimer wrote:
future liT1g4tor wrote:It's just if she were the only one, I mean back home (not Romania but the Bay Area) the judges at least are heavily respected. They were once good lawyers, top scholars, etc but in my current county every judge has went to a TTT. I think there's like one or two that went somewhere just outside the T14.
I'd take a TTT-grad judge over an incoherent wife-beater any day of the week. And at least they became lawyers. As your posts imply, that's gonna be an uphill battle for you.
Haha, I so wish you would get to see and make that pick. Remember how I said she reprimanded me? She got reprimanded a couple years later too. Had to take some classes at UNR to still sit on the bench. I am not mad at her, though, I am mostly mad at myself for having faith in the system & not knowing what I know now.
Like I mentioned earlier, if it were all true why would it bother me so much almost six years later? With no additional arrests, let alone any additional instances where the police were called. And I don't hit woman. I have done many horrible things but hitting a female is not one of them. Even if you are in a toxic relationship or in any situation where a female hits you, you simply don't hit a woman back; unless of course you're a coward or she is coming at you with malicious intentions (and she is actually halfway in the process of succeeding at them).
I may not display it on here because I tend to type how I talk. I don't slow it down or proofread and as I have said previously you think I will put the same effort here as I would there? I get it. I haven't quite grasped my writing style that is unique to TLS. But that's due to the fact that I don't want to write essays all day combined with rushing and multi-tasking. I will get better at composing my posts on TLS in a more focused manner. Where everything isn't spread out all over.
At least they became lawyers? As if I will not become one? An uphill battle is what I like then I really will know why I did it not sit & cry that my biglaw job is causing me to miss my frat boy reunion that i'm only keeping to pay off my loans. I have the capital for law school. As in to attend at full price (which I won't) and to score a high score on the LSAT. I have a 4.0 & mastering a standardized test that dictates the possibilities of my aspirations in the subjects I am comfortable with most will not be easy, but it will not be hard.
As for the Meth remark. I have done many drugs, just not that one. About a year before this whole ordeal I had surgery due to having my eye socket knocked out of place from Boxing. It wasn't like it was major, things tend to happen in boxing like that. I didn't notice until a couple nights later that something was wrong. So I had surgery and had a screw inserted into my face. After the surgery I was prescribed lots of opiates, methadone being one of them. I pray to god no one on this forum is as stupid as that bailiff and thinks Methadone has anything to do with Methamphetamine.
From experience he isn't the only one to make that mistake but the others wouldn't be stupid for thinking that. He is stupid because he read on the drug test the abbreviation "METH." as Methamphetamine where actual Meth shows up as AMP, an abbreviation for Methamphetamine/Amphetamine. I saw the results myself, along with the officer who administered it (via oral swab). The Judge told me not to talk and my PD didn't address it to the court properly when it was brought up. All opiates show the same on that drug test. Methadone happens to be a synthetic opiate, not an actual opiate, thus the reason for its own spot, which happens to be abbreviated as Meth. You can say what you want but the facts will never change.