Symmetry wrote:bedub1 wrote:Symmetry wrote:bedub1 wrote:saxitoxin wrote:Here's his bank records!
http://www.scribd.com/doc/97438975/Geor ... nk-Records
He spent $5.98 on iTunes downloads on April 11, ate at Arby's on April 5 ... I couldn't find any evidence of him paying for amputee porn.
I think that every charge that isn't a paypal transfer for a transaction to the lawyers should be removed as not-relevant. Oh, they bought something at sams club. Not relevant. Oh, they bought an itunes song, not relevant. You know? I think that's how you balance privacy and freedom of information, what's relevant to the case is presented, what's not relevant is kept private.
I don't think a jury has been selected yet.
And leave all the crap about obama and rand paul etc out of here unless it's very specifically related. The other shit I read that's posted is just stupid meaningless ramblings and distracting from the issues at hand.
How would bail work in your new system?
my new system? what new system? You see they blacked out some stuff....like his address and account number? All I'm saying is they should have blacked out more.
So, I'm confused, what are you suggesting? Bail is a public contract. If you want public records only to show payments to lawyers, you've missed the point of bail.
Zimmerman lied about his finances in a public court. A judge made a ruling that this was so. That's why his bail was rescinded.
I'm suggesting that when your finances are provided to the public, that information that isn't relevant to the case shouldn't be released.
Relevant: You have $160,000 in a paypal account.
Relevant: You paid your lawyer $10,000.
Not-Relevant: You bought a dildo online 3 years ago.
Not-Relevant: You bought $5 worth of stuff from itunes.
I'm not talking about Bail at all. This is the first time I've typed that word in this thread.