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36 minutes ago, Bucfan56 said:

 

Hopefully prison. 

The Taylor lawsuit is civil and the Pennsylvania DA said the statute of limitations prevents him from filing anything regarding Ms. Taylor.

 

It's only the most recent messages which law enforcement can look at for criminal charges (not that anything else won't occur...ever)

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Get this...

 

He couldn't stay off his phone long enough for $5M, but I guess he, Drew Rosenhaus (agent), and Darren Heitner (attorney) will try to get this.  Especially Drew.

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1 hour ago, LMU said:

We’ll see how this measures to the Donte Stallworth year for DUI manslaughter.

 

Leonard Little only got 8 games for the same under the Sainted Tags.

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On 9/7/2019 at 11:43 AM, Crabcake47 said:

At this point, this saga is drawing to a singular and inevitable conclusion: Antonio Brown, WR for the Washington NFL Franchise. 

still holds true

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3 hours ago, BringBackTheVet said:

 

Does he still get his guaranteed $15M? Please tell me there’s some way they can withhold that. 

He’s only going to get about 150 grand because they cut him before his signing bonus kicked in.

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I had to refresh myself on the Stallworth situation.  Found this

 

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On April 1, 2009, Stallworth was charged with DUI manslaughter; he surrendered to police on April 2, 2009, and was released on $200,000 bail.[29] Under a plea deal, he received a sentence of 30 days in the county jail, plus 1,000 hours of community service, two years of community control, and eight years' probation.[30] His Florida state driver's license was permanently suspended.[31] On July 10, 2009, Stallworth was released from county jail after serving 24 days of a 30-day sentence.

 

How the MOTHER EFF do you 

1) only get 30 days for KILLING SOMEONE WHILE DRUNK DRIVING???  Seriously - are there other examples of DUI being taken so lightly?

2) His FLORIDA state driver's license was suspended.  Why just Florida?  Why should he be allowed to drive in Alabama or Georgia?  If a state-issued license is valid in all states, shouldn't a state-suspended license be enforced in all states?  I certainly wouldn't want someone like him being legally allowed to drive in mine.

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I'm pretty sure the suspension would be enforced in all states, it's just that driver's licenses are a state government deal that we sorta kludged into being federal through state compacts. Or maybe I'm wrong and Donte Stallworth is free to menace the highways and byways of Delaware, who knows what that state will let people (and "people") get away with.

 

Anyway, big roll of the eyes to the Patriots for invoking the ghost of Handjob Bob's wife to say that now Antonio Brown is unacceptable to their culture.

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1 hour ago, BringBackTheVet said:

I had to refresh myself on the Stallworth situation.  Found this

 

 

How the MOTHER EFF do you 

1) only get 30 days for KILLING SOMEONE WHILE DRUNK DRIVING???  Seriously - are there other examples of DUI being taken so lightly?

2) His FLORIDA state driver's license was suspended.  Why just Florida?  Why should he be allowed to drive in Alabama or Georgia?  If a state-issued license is valid in all states, shouldn't a state-suspended license be enforced in all states?  I certainly wouldn't want someone like him being legally allowed to drive in mine.

The victim ran across a highway with a median and not in a cross walk area.

 

Prosecutors analyzed traffic camera video, which showed Stallworth braking his Bentley immediately after Reyes ran into the street, outside of the cross walk.

Some defense attorneys think he could have won if taken to trial, but they could be looking at billable hours.

 

Bottom line, his family sold him out for cash and Stallworth didn't want the family to feel the pain of a trail covered by TV.

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4 hours ago, Seadragon76 said:

Let's recap: He's burned down all the bridges in Pittsburgh... he burned down the bridges in Oakland.. and now New England, the one model of consistency, is saying "Nope. After this, we can't risk our reputation, what's left of it anyway, on you after this came out".

 

Where else does he go to, the XFL? CFL? Arena ball??

 

He can be the mascot for the Tampa Bay Vipers since he's a snake to begin with. 

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43 minutes ago, dfwabel said:

The victim ran across a highway with a median and not in a cross walk area.

 

Prosecutors analyzed traffic camera video, which showed Stallworth braking his Bentley immediately after Reyes ran into the street, outside of the cross walk.

Some defense attorneys think he could have won if taken to trial, but they could be looking at billable hours.

 

Bottom line, his family sold him out for cash and Stallworth didn't want the family to feel the pain of a trail covered by TV.

 

But he was still nearly double the limit for intoxication, and I imagine a sober driver would have had a better chance of avoiding the guy, even if he was jaywalking or whatever.  Regardless of anything Stallworth did that was "honorable", he was legally very drunk and killed someone.  That has to be worth more than 30 days, regardless of any other circumstances.

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26 minutes ago, BringBackTheVet said:

 

But he was still nearly double the limit for intoxication, and I imagine a sober driver would have had a better chance of avoiding the guy, even if he was jaywalking or whatever.  Regardless of anything Stallworth did that was "honorable", he was legally very drunk and killed someone.  That has to be worth more than 30 days, regardless of any other circumstances.

Take that up with the prosecutors.

Also, a Florida State judge has the ability to reduce mandatory DUI Manslaughter sentencing guidelines as a result of mitigating circumstances.

BTW, he cannot hold any drivers license again.

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I think I found the Antonio Brown Christmas Special

 

 

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