@Kyle Long. Abdul knows better. As a fellow lawyer, he knows that oftentimes, there is no common sense to "the law." We were taught that our first semester (no, day) of law school.
Hence, his argument that "If you aren't out breaking the law, odds are you won't end up in jail!" is of very little merit.
You're right. Sometimes, the police are wrong. Sometimes, the judge is wrong. And sometimes, THE LAW IS WRONG.
@David Bruce. What's with the use of "dun sumpt'n" and "culdn't" in your comments? Do you suggest that those on public assistance are unintelligent and can't speak "proper" English? And by extension, do you imply that those who are on public assistance and speak thusly are always Black?
I know of many highly educated and intelligent Blacks who, due to unfortunate circumstances (e.g., divorce) are forced to take public assistance. Not one, speaks in the Black vernacular.
Your comments reek of racism and classism, and show how myopic and narrow-minded you are. You should get out more.
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