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distritic

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distritic last won the day on April 18

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About distritic

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    Distritic Crews, Billy (Nasty) Long, Richard Brown
  • Character Background(s)
    Distritic has seen it all, from the lowest of the lowest to high-end businesses. Knowing he can't trust anyone, he keeps himself very wary of the people around him, especially while on-duty. Raised in a drug-addicted family, he is keen to end all the drug operations in the county. Now climbed up the ranks and ready more than ever to commit himself to the city.

    Nasty Billy is a homeless drunk after an IRS mishap, he turned bankrupt and is now living the streets. From his previous family life, Billy is greatly orientated in major crimes and gun violence with his son which he drag down with him. Billy has lost his wife before going bankrupt in a police shoot-out accident. Ever since, he formed a very strong passion against the authorities.

    Mr. Brown is an amateur lawyer who originated from Vice City - a spoiled child back in the days, his father, a notorious businessman, shaped his future for the best causing Richard to live the high life without having to achieve much. A court case has caused Richard to move to Paleto Bay so he can protect his family; after a corrupt police officer issued a bounty on him when Brown presented himself as prosecution at the Supreme Court against the officer. Brown's family is in witness protection completely separated from him, causing him to be able to focus on his professional life.

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  1. Distritic Crews would like to change his name to Raymond Distritic Crews (first) (middle) (last)
  2. distritic

    Private Security and Who can Hire them

    Nope. PMC was disbanded.
  3. When EMS get good things...

    :OMEGALUL:

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    1. Mr Monkey

      Mr Monkey

      wow always complaining

       

    2. [P-52] Jack Haines
  4. Cruising 

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    1. trousel007

      trousel007

      Don't you mean crewsing ;)

  5. distritic

    Dirty money

    Yes but in reality, 'dirty money' isn't a thing - a store clerk won't be able to differentiate money which has been obtained legally. Nor would the police on the spot, just simply don't carry large sums of cash on you when you're going to rob shit and that way only robbery money will be seized. Money serial numbers aren't noted when clerks obtain money from people, therefore robbing a store and obtaining the exact money with that serial number is untraceable. The only REAL way you could have 'dirty money' is when you rob a bank, since most banks note their serial numbers and are able to recall how much is missing and with what number. The police have enough reports on an hourly basis of different things already, adding dirty money reports would literally spam us. It would also take a while for the police to be able to trace the serial number of the 'dirty money' back to the money which was stolen from a bank.
  6. distritic

    R8 Extremely slow

    I think you need to slow down young padawan; your last ticket is hefty.
  7. distritic

    Resigning From USA R RP

    Was great having you around, come back soon ; ]
  8. Unless Marcus is fine with you having it, nothing can be done. Might wanna talk to him
  9. I'm afraid we can't do that because by doing so you would be given access to the police loadout so rip
  10. Moving in on people with illegal weapons after a snitching providing surveillance in Stab City with @Mr Monkey and an informant!

    Prepare.

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  11. My client has not committed any of the following: (1) Knowingly and maliciously prevents or dissuades any witness or victim from attending or giving testimony at any trial, proceeding, or inquiry authorized by law. (2) Knowingly and maliciously attempts to prevent or dissuade any witness or victim from attending or giving testimony at any trial, proceeding, or inquiry authorized by law. (3) For purposes of this section, evidence that the defendant was a family member who interceded in an effort to protect the witness or victim shall create a presumption that the act was without malice. (b) Except as provided in subdivision (c), every person who attempts to prevent or dissuade another person who has been the victim of a crime or who is witness to a crime from doing any of the following is guilty of a public offense and shall be punished by imprisonment in a county jail for not more than one year or in the state prison: (1) Making any report of that victimization to any peace officer or state or local law enforcement officer or probation or parole or correctional officer or prosecuting agency or to any judge. (2) Causing a complaint, indictment, information, probation or parole violation to be sought and prosecuted, and assisting in the prosecution thereof. (3) Arresting or causing or seeking the arrest of any person in connection with that victimization. (c) Every person doing any of the acts described in subdivision (a) or (b) knowingly and maliciously under any one or more of the following circumstances, is guilty of a felony punishable by imprisonment in the state prison for two, three, or four years under any of the following circumstances: (1) Where the act is accompanied by force or by an express or implied threat of force or violence, upon a witness or victim or any third person or the property of any victim, witness, or any third person. (2) Where the act is in furtherance of a conspiracy. (3) Where the act is committed by any person who has been convicted of any violation of this section, any predecessor law hereto or any federal statute or statute of any other state which, if the act prosecuted was committed in this state, would be a violation of this section. (4) Where the act is committed by any person for pecuniary gain or for any other consideration acting upon the request of any other person. All parties to such a transaction are guilty of a felony. (d) Every person attempting the commission of any act described in subdivisions (a), (b), and (c) is guilty of the offense attempted without regard to success or failure of the attempt. The fact that no person was injured physically, or in fact intimidated, shall be no defense against any prosecution under this section. (e) Nothing in this section precludes the imposition of an enhancement for great bodily injury where the injury inflicted is significant or substantial. (f) The use of force during the commission of any offense described in subdivision (c) shall be considered a circumstance in aggravation of the crime in imposing a term of imprisonment under subdivision (b) of Section 1170. My client has not claimed the vehicle was stolen, nor is he obligated to do so. It was the prosecutions role (yours) at the time of his conviction to prove my client guilty, which there was no evidence of; nor was he given a trial date as a result of the not-guilty plea but was falsely imprisoned. My client requests this compensation to take place within 5 working days from; (1) Raja Abat - $25,000 (2) Luka (blank) - $25,000 Failure to adhere the compensation will result in a lawsuit and possible conviction of defamation of character and false imprisonment. If unable to present to the trial case, a bench warrant will be issued for the defendant(s).
  12. The arresting officer was mislead as your warrant was placed out of context. A single license plate is no evidence to prosecute my client and issue a warrant; knowing no information about the driver, their description, the EXACT vehicle, any passengers, witnesses and further. There is no substantial evidence which could result in a warrant being issued causing the burden of proof to fall within yourself. Please adhere the joint compensation or await trial. This warrant would not stand up in court and is rendered invalid. No additional notes were provided, and my client had no realization that he had a warrant until his wrongful arrest; causing him to be utterly confused. Further prosecution attorneys from O'Toole & O'Toole Legal Corp. may be summoned if this compensation is not adhered.
  13. I now request you to rest or case and adhere your joint compensation of $25,000 or await trial.
  14. As the prosecution attorney of Mr. Krappennschizts we request you to cease with your allegations against my client. The origin of the vehicle is not relevant, the fact is that you have improperly issued an ARREST warrant against my client with invalid evidence which lead to his improper arrest without trial. The nature of the circumstances is not fact. My client pleaded not guilty, he was in no position to explain himself to the arresting officer. The arresting officer had no right to convict the client without evidence. My client was not informed about the circumstances of the warrant as it's description was very brief; leading my client to have no knowledge of when it was issued, for what reason, which vehicle and more causing the warrant to be placed out of context and gave my client no chance to even place it in context.
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