@AdamSerwer
Adam Serwer ๐Ÿ
a month ago
Thank goodness for strict textualism and respect for the intent of the framers.
@mjs_DC
Mark Joseph Stern
a month ago
By a 5โ€“2 vote, the (extremely conservative) Florida Supreme Court holds that criminal defendants who exercise their right against self-incrimination by refusing to admit guilt may be punished with higher sentences due to "lack of remorse."
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@SternOne
Zach Stern
a month ago
@AdamSerwer Why it's almost like they're just autocrats in black robes
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@trebuchet_guy
Bob
a month ago
@AdamSerwer You have a constitutionally protected right to not self-incriminate... But it's gonna cost ya.
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@mark__harrison_
Mark Harrison ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ
a month ago
@AdamSerwer I bet these Republican politicians are all about to come out against Jeff Clark.
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@_ffenberg
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a month ago
@AdamSerwer sure, you have the right. but do you really want to use it?
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@WStahl09
William B Stahl
a month ago
@AdamSerwer Extremely Florida.
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@Ken_Kiyama1
Ken - Vaxxed๐Ÿ’‰๐Ÿ’‰ Boosted ๐Ÿ’‰ Masked in Public๐Ÿ˜ท
a month ago
@AdamSerwer @jbouie I know this is a state court ruling, but can we apply this to Jeffrey Clark?
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@_uncle_toe_
Joseph M. Koehl
a month ago
@AdamSerwer The Right: Government is inherently oppressive and untrustworthy with power, and to prove it we're going to be oppressive and untrustworthy with our power.
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@MangoMan1312
Nate
a month ago
@AdamSerwer @jbouie That was never a genuine argument because it is not possible to glean an intent from a group of many people who frankly didnโ€™t agree on a lot of things. Textualism is just an interpretation with a huge ego. Any word that isnโ€™t defined in the text is up for interpretation.
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@biasedByLogic
i refused sex with apollo - i am cursed
a month ago
@AdamSerwer wow, FL manages to outdo itself, quite an achievement
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