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  1. southernoregonhusker

    Wan'Dale Robinson cited for possession of marijuana

    Let me get this straight. You provided a case that deals with searches at schools. I then stated that this particular case deals with juveniles. You then state I couldn't be sure of that. I then provide proof that it did using the link you provided. Now your comeback is about case law? I think you've forgotten what the subject was. Wandale is not a juvenile and the officer could not have searched his car without either PC that drugs were in the car or Wandale's permission to search. The post about reasonable suspicion being enough to search the car is total crappola. My guess is Wandale is a nice kid and told the officer the weed was in his car. There's your PC for the search.
  2. southernoregonhusker

    Wan'Dale Robinson cited for possession of marijuana

    Actually I do. I've been a cop since 2006. Also, within the material you provided: "In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that the school’s search was reasonable and had not violated T.L.O.’s Fourth Amendment rights. The Court decided that students in primary and secondary school should not have the same level of search and seizure protection as adults and as juveniles in non-school settings."
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    Wan'Dale Robinson cited for possession of marijuana

    This case is about juveniles at primary and secondary schools and searching their backpacks and alike. This case does not cover adults and their vehicles at a college.
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    Wan'Dale Robinson cited for possession of marijuana

    I would love for you to provide a citation for this.
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    Extremely impressed with the new staff on the recruiting trail

    Is my memory failing me or did Fonoti say Polynesian players weren't welcome in Nebraska?
  6. southernoregonhusker

    QB Transfers

    It was bad under Riley's last few years, but Andersen took it to new depths. He let three QB's walk away and all three started at other places (Florida, Iowa State, Fresno). Then he walked away midseason. Instead of coke and coeds, his issue was beer and coeds. At least that's what was said.
  7. southernoregonhusker

    QB Transfers

    It'll take a few more years. Andersen absolutely annihilated that program.
  8. southernoregonhusker

    QB Transfers

    Gebbia isn't going to start initially. He may get his chance because the o-line is hot garbage.
  9. southernoregonhusker

    QB Transfers

    Gebbia on the radio today. Said about leaving DONU, “I loved being a part of Nebraska football, but at the end of the day the writing was on the wall. The system didn’t fit me well… I wanted to get to a place where I could air it out a little bit and not rely so much on my legs."
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    Taj Griffin

    Griffin fell down the depth chart at RB and moved to WR where Oregon was thin. He moved back to RB for his senior season. He played in three games last season and then announced he was going to transfer. To put it bluntly, he quit to keep his eligibility. I'm sure the guys who ripped Gebbia will hate on Griffin. Right?!?! https://www.dailyemerald.com/sports/football/oregon-senior-running-back-taj-griffin-to-transfer/article_a29a0b76-af3f-5e59-982f-2b0a6150173a.html
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    **Opponent Preview - Oregon State** Games 5-8

    It was actually a good time to schedule the Beavs. OSU lost a lot of their position players from last year's national championship team and fans worried about whether or not the new guys could hit. The pitching is good on paper, but the hitting has been in question. Thus far, however, it's looked pretty good.
  12. southernoregonhusker

    Maurice Washington Faces Charges

    The alleged crime happened in California and the alleged victim was in California when she was allegedly victimized. Therefore California has jurisdiction. Nothing alleged about that part.
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    Maurice Washington Faces Charges

    I just googled Romeo and Juliet laws and 24 states have some sort of variation of it. So it's really common.
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    Maurice Washington Faces Charges

    I just read California's statutory rape law and I find it weird as hell. Here in Oregon, we have the Romeo and Juliet law. It states minors within three years of age can legally have sex with each other. It's legal for a 17 year old to get naughty with a 14 year old. Of course, that all changes when a person turns 18. 18 year olds who are caught having sex with 17 year olds or younger will find themselves on the state sex offender registry. In California, it is absolutely illegal for anybody to consent to sex until they are 18. Of course, all involved would be charged for non-consensual sex so I'm sure people don't press charges too often. But with that said, I'm sure a lot of parents get notified when the apple's of their eye get caught in the back seat of someone's hatchback.
  15. southernoregonhusker

    Maurice Washington Faces Charges

    This is the correct answer. We don't have nearly all of the facts and we have no idea how California will enforce their new law.
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