Lets all go to Pearsalls court hearing
theres a hotdog for you

Vallejo, CA

#41 Aug 3, 2012
Casper the internet ghost wrote:
Thats the oficial test results for court purposes. They would not release him if he was over the limit. Read your state law California Code - Offenses Involving Alcohol and Drugs [23152.- 23229.1.] It is illegal to release someone who is over the legal limit, they have to be charged. Now tell me how would they know if he was or not if there was not a determination of being over the limit. Use your common sense, I know its tough for alot of you to do but try. As for the TH article, you really want me to laugh right. The TH prints what they believe to be the facts BEFORE they are proven time and time again. They have the worst staff writers and is not fit to line a bird cage. The blood test is actually two fold, a preliminary test and the full up blood screening done. The preliminary just looks for Alc lvl. The full screening is what they use in court. You guys are so bent on hanging Tony no matter what the facts are. What ever happen to innocent until PROVEN guilty?
ok, mr. legal expert, how would they know if the test results were not available? maybe they should have locked tony up instead of releasing him to his enablers entourage? maybe you can file a beef with the attorney general for the pd violating some law? either way, they did not have the blood test results at the hospital, that was your original rant when you said we were all idiots. you just don't like to be wrong, so try to be right more often, half the time anyway.

“Here's a interesting thought..”

Since: May 12

Vallejo

#42 Aug 3, 2012
theres a hotdog for you wrote:
<quoted text>ok, mr. legal expert, how would they know if the test results were not available? maybe they should have locked tony up instead of releasing him to his enablers entourage? maybe you can file a beef with the attorney general for the pd violating some law? either way, they did not have the blood test results at the hospital, that was your original rant when you said we were all idiots. you just don't like to be wrong, so try to be right more often, half the time anyway.
lol, try having the truth and the FACTS before you spout your hate based on the dulusions of the village idiot. If I get it wrong I'm willing to admit it, are you?

“Here's a interesting thought..”

Since: May 12

Vallejo

#43 Aug 3, 2012
theres a hotdog for you wrote:
<quoted text>ok, mr. legal expert, how would they know if the test results were not available?
Who do you refer to? The Times Horrid or VPD? VPD knew the preliminary results before they cited and released him. The TH would not.
Der Sensenmann

United States

#44 Aug 3, 2012
Casper the internet ghost wrote:
Thats the oficial test results for court purposes. They would not release him if he was over the limit. Read your state law California Code - Offenses Involving Alcohol and Drugs [23152.- 23229.1.] It is illegal to release someone who is over the legal limit, they have to be charged. Now tell me how would they know if he was or not if there was not a determination of being over the limit. Use your common sense, I know its tough for alot of you to do but try. As for the TH article, you really want me to laugh right. The TH prints what they believe to be the facts BEFORE they are proven time and time again. They have the worst staff writers and is not fit to line a bird cage. The blood test is actually two fold, a preliminary test and the full up blood screening done. The preliminary just looks for Alc lvl. The full screening is what they use in court. You guys are so bent on hanging Tony no matter what the facts are. What ever happen to innocent until PROVEN guilty?
I hear what you are saying and I am familiar with those sections you cited. Issuing a person a misdemeanor citation for DWI and Hit and Run, is charging one with a crime for the purposes of law.
Just Desserts

Vacaville, CA

#45 Aug 3, 2012
Well Casper: Since Tony was a cop, he knew that submitting to a blood test would buy him some time oppose to a breathalyzer. He knows he is guilty of being unde the influence because most criminals do not seek a lawyer until the District Attorney charges them with a crime. Tony's case went to the District Attorney's Office and upon receipt of the Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) and assuming it's over the legal limit, the D.A. will seek charges. I beleive the D.A. will file 23152(a), 23152(b), and hit/run charges whereas they will drop the hit/run if he pleas to 23152(b) VC. Part of his conditions will be 3 years probation, restitution, AA meetings, suspended license, and perhaps community service (sorry no grant money sponging for you this time. Am I right Mr. McConnell?

Here's a bit of advise to him: Remain honest, and always do the right thing even if you don't want to... and then KARMA will not come after you.
Im No Expert

Vallejo, CA

#46 Aug 3, 2012
Just Desserts wrote:
Well Casper: Since Tony was a cop, he knew that submitting to a blood test would buy him some time oppose to a breathalyzer. He knows he is guilty of being unde the influence because most criminals do not seek a lawyer until the District Attorney charges them with a crime. Tony's case went to the District Attorney's Office and upon receipt of the Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) and assuming it's over the legal limit, the D.A. will seek charges. I beleive the D.A. will file 23152(a), 23152(b), and hit/run charges whereas they will drop the hit/run if he pleas to 23152(b) VC. Part of his conditions will be 3 years probation, restitution, AA meetings, suspended license, and perhaps community service (sorry no grant money sponging for you this time. Am I right Mr. McConnell?
Here's a bit of advise to him: Remain honest, and always do the right thing even if you don't want to... and then KARMA will not come after you.
Well stated. I think he would benefit by a lot more tolerance and far less ridicule had he manned up and apologized like his old friend Gary Cloutier did after his drunk bust. All he did was turn on the legal team and clam up. It's too late now. I suspect that the TH may run an editorial soon since it has been two weeks and no apology from Tony or Steph. They were both irresponsible IMO, and should own it.
ill tell you what

Vallejo, CA

#47 Aug 3, 2012
Just Desserts wrote:
Well Casper: Since Tony was a cop, he knew that submitting to a blood test would buy him some time oppose to a breathalyzer. He knows he is guilty of being unde the influence because most criminals do not seek a lawyer until the District Attorney charges them with a crime. Tony's case went to the District Attorney's Office and upon receipt of the Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) and assuming it's over the legal limit, the D.A. will seek charges. I beleive the D.A. will file 23152(a), 23152(b), and hit/run charges whereas they will drop the hit/run if he pleas to 23152(b) VC. Part of his conditions will be 3 years probation, restitution, AA meetings, suspended license, and perhaps community service (sorry no grant money sponging for you this time. Am I right Mr. McConnell?
Here's a bit of advise to him: Remain honest, and always do the right thing even if you don't want to... and then KARMA will not come after you.
somebody else said the same thing, that the blood test gave him a better chance to beat the charges as opposed to the blow test.
Phony Tearsall

United States

#48 Aug 3, 2012
Lemme alone I tell ya, lemme alone already.
Yes, yes, yes, the wife and I conspired to commit DUI.

Now lemme alone!
Sam the turd stirrer

Vallejo, CA

#49 Aug 3, 2012
Phony Tearsall wrote:
Lemme alone I tell ya, lemme alone already.
Yes, yes, yes, the wife and I conspired to commit DUI.
Now lemme alone!
Lemme alone I tell ya, lemme alone already.
I am just a worthless vile thing

Signed ex Redmen, Sam K
Just Desserts

Vacaville, CA

#50 Aug 3, 2012
Breathalyzers only detect alchohol content. It can not detect drugs/Rx; whereas, a blood test can detect can detect anything and more accurate. His defense will be a "medical condition" hence the reason he had the cops transport him to a hospital in lieu of jail. He simply knows how to work the sytem.
mockingbird

Vacaville, CA

#51 Aug 3, 2012
LOL. many of you are claiming that pearsall was so ripped that he couldn't stand without assistance. then you accuse him of having the ability to clearly consider which testing method he should agree to and why. arrogant fools....

“Here's a interesting thought..”

Since: May 12

Vallejo

#52 Aug 3, 2012
Just Desserts wrote:
Well Casper: Since Tony was a cop, he knew that submitting to a blood test would buy him some time oppose to a breathalyzer. He knows he is guilty of being unde the influence because most criminals do not seek a lawyer until the District Attorney charges them with a crime. Tony's case went to the District Attorney's Office and upon receipt of the Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) and assuming it's over the legal limit, the D.A. will seek charges. I beleive the D.A. will file 23152(a), 23152(b), and hit/run charges whereas they will drop the hit/run if he pleas to 23152(b) VC. Part of his conditions will be 3 years probation, restitution, AA meetings, suspended license, and perhaps community service (sorry no grant money sponging for you this time. Am I right Mr. McConnell?
Here's a bit of advise to him: Remain honest, and always do the right thing even if you don't want to... and then KARMA will not come after you.
I'm impressed. Very well thought response and IMO your spot on. Only thing is I believe that the bloodwork will be under the limit and all they will get him for is hit and run. Because there was no injury and just property damage he will get a fine and go along his merry way.

“Here's a interesting thought..”

Since: May 12

Vallejo

#53 Aug 3, 2012
Just Desserts wrote:
Breathalyzers only detect alchohol content. It can not detect drugs/Rx; whereas, a blood test can detect can detect anything and more accurate. His defense will be a "medical condition" hence the reason he had the cops transport him to a hospital in lieu of jail. He simply knows how to work the sytem.
Agreed
whats the rush

Vallejo, CA

#54 Aug 3, 2012
mockingbird wrote:
LOL. many of you are claiming that pearsall was so ripped that he couldn't stand without assistance. then you accuse him of having the ability to clearly consider which testing method he should agree to and why. arrogant fools....
this shows you how an old woman with a failing logic center thinks. there is no unsubstantiated claim of not being able to stand without assistance, he was a noodle when they took him out of the car. that doesn't mean he could not think of an angle, he just had no muscle control. do you understand this, you dumb bitter witch!
HeKnewNotToBlow

Vallejo, CA

#55 Aug 3, 2012
Well it's good to see polite discourse discussing the actions of Tony Pearsall after his little problem. I agree that he was setting the foundation to beat the charges. He is a weasel for as long as I have known him. I smile in his face at social gathering here and there, but I have always regarded him a self-serving weasel.
Bitter old cops

Vallejo, CA

#56 Aug 3, 2012
HeKnewNotToBlow wrote:
Well it's good to see polite discourse discussing the actions of Tony Pearsall after his little problem. I agree that he was setting the foundation to beat the charges. He is a weasel for as long as I have known him. I smile in his face at social gathering here and there, but I have always regarded him a self-serving weasel.
What happened. I assume you have been a failure your entire life and that the only pleasure you get is attacking those who have been more successful.
yeah boy

Vallejo, CA

#57 Aug 3, 2012
Bitter old cops wrote:
<quoted text>
What happened. I assume you have been a failure your entire life and that the only pleasure you get is attacking those who have been more successful.
are you drunk or something? people are discussing pearsall's irresponsible behavior. you bet we are attacking. he was irresponsible and could have killed an innocent. are you ok with that?
Phony Tearsall

United States

#59 Aug 3, 2012
Stop talkin' about me and lemmme alone!
Phony Tearsall

United States

#60 Aug 3, 2012
In said lemme alone already! Hic!
damn good high

Vallejo, CA

#61 Aug 3, 2012
i gotta say the mixture of codeine, ambien, and wine puts you in orbit.

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