posted on Jul, 23 2013 @ 10:39 PM
Originally posted by tw0330
reply to post by Wrabbit2000
But it was the wrong house, and instead of emptying out my friends house like I was asked, I emptied out the house of a bank manager who was on
vacation at the time.
Now would it be considered a civil matter too. If not and it would be considered a criminal matter, then I don't quite understand the legal
Would It be considered a civil matter then
You know, I'm honestly not sure how that would tend to shake out for where you and/or your friend who sent you would get clobbered. Someone would
clobber you, of course. Police, at first, I'd imagine, just like this case ..and then I think it may well get into discretion and whether people in
your county have the capacity to use common sense. Seems a rare thing these days but a few have it, I think.
The same reason I think it's civil with the bank is why I'm not sure with your precise scenario. You made it real specific of course, and that
matters. In both cases, no one had any criminal intent of any kind, or at any time believed they were doing anything wrong, let alone stealing someone
Of course, the long paper chain from the bank with employees to support it and the clearing out being done by a straight contract as business with
nothing malicious or remotely personal involved by anyone make their story a WHOLE lot easier to sell to a District Attorney looking at one raging mad
homeowner and who did the dirty deed.
In your case, it would be your word ..and after you've profited by selling too ...against that hopping mad homeowner. lol... I'd sure hope the
homeowner doesn't know the D.A. for your scenario. I'd also hope that's a very credible and loyal friend.
** On second thought .. I think yours would be 100% about credibility and if you were believed, then get a very good civil Attorney. I just sat here
thinking....if what you describe went criminal and to a Jury trail? Would you get convicted? Zero chance if you were credible. You'd just be liable to
edit on 23-7-2013 by Wrabbit2000 because: (no reason given)