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19 minutes ago, Enhance said:

Then you need to consult with a different lawyer because that's not accurate to this case. At all.

 

I believe @Redux was selling timeshares if you're interested.

My guess is your talking about extradition.  California can not or will not extradite for a misdemeanor, but can for a felony.    This explains the child porn charge!

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2 hours ago, ndobney said:

No I actually just talked to a lawyer friend I have, and he confirmed jurisdiction would lay where the alleged evil act occurs. If he was out of state California has no jurisdiction 

You should tell your friend that the Supreme Court ruled on the detrimental effects way back in 1911. Summary:

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To satisfy the minimum requirements for an exercise of criminal jurisdiction over out-of-state conduct,
there must be (1) an act occurring outside the state, which is (2) intended to produce detrimental effects
within the state, and (3) is the cause of detrimental effects within the state. Unlike the jurisdictional
analysis in civil cases, the "minimum contacts" analysis does not apply when determining criminal
jurisdiction.6
In criminal cases, the analysis focuses on the intent of the defendant and the effects within
the forum state.

 

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12 minutes ago, SouthLincoln Husker said:

My guess is your talking about extradition.  California can not or will not extradite for a misdemeanor, but can for a felony.    This explains the child porn charge!

It's not about extradition. @ndobney was talking about jurisdiction and prosecution.

 

The alleged victim in this crime received the text in California. It does not matter if the perpetrator was in Nebraska or Tibet. The alleged text was a crime in California and they can prosecute it under California law. It's the exact same way we prosecute other inter-state cyber crimes.

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1 minute ago, Enhance said:

It's not about extradition. @ndobney was talking about jurisdiction and prosecution.

 

The alleged victim in this crime received the text in California. It does not matter if the perpetrator was in Nebraska or Tibet. The alleged text was a crime in California and they can prosecute it under California law. It's the exact same way we prosecute inter-state cyber crimes.

 

Correct.  It wouldn't make any sense in saying the jurisdiction is where the perpetrator is instead of the victim in cyber crimes since so many perpetrators are outside the country.  You would never be able to prosecute them in the US.

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43 minutes ago, Enhance said:

Then you need to consult with a different lawyer because that's not accurate to this case. At all.

 

I believe @Redux was selling timeshares if you're interested.

 

And they are selling fast!  Do. Not. Hesitate!

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5 minutes ago, Enhance said:

It's not about extradition. @ndobney was talking about jurisdiction and prosecution.

 

The alleged victim in this crime received the text in California. It does not matter if the perpetrator was in Nebraska or Tibet. The alleged text was a crime in California and they can prosecute it under California law. It's the exact same way we prosecute inter-state cyber crimes.

I now but I was trying to make sense of his comments.  As for as extradition, some states in the US do not and international is even worse.  

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5 minutes ago, BigRedBuster said:

 

Correct.  It wouldn't make any sense in saying the jurisdiction is where the perpetrator is instead of the victim in cyber crimes since so many perpetrators are outside the country.  You would never be able to prosecute them in the US.

Not without an extradition agreement!

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3 minutes ago, SouthLincoln Husker said:

Not without an extradition agreement!

Of course, if I get caught in a cyber scheme by someone in Indonesia, Nebraska authorities are going to press charges and once extradited, they would be tried here in Nebraska.

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3 hours ago, ndobney said:

No I actually just talked to a lawyer friend I have, and he confirmed jurisdiction would lay where the alleged evil act occurs. If he was out of state California has no jurisdiction 

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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On 2/11/2019 at 3:41 PM, knapplc said:

 

Having once been an 18-year-old guy I can tell you with some certainty that he likely was not thinking at all when he sent this, just reacting.

Shortly after the Mayflower landed.  

 

Innocent until proven guilty.  Need to wait until both sides are known.  I don't agree with the try on a message board.  Kids will be kids, I know he turned 18 and is considered an adult, but most of these kids are not adults, pampered, sheltered, idolized, their thought process is not always spot on.  I want Nebraska to be a clean program, and I think Frost will do things right.  I do remember that we had a fair share of kids that weren't perfect under Coach Osborne.

 

Let's wait and hear/know all the facts before we hang the kid.

 

 

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