spike noted that
>So now if you are caught driving drunk in New York City, you
>get your car impounded. If you are acquitted, you might *still*
>lose your car! Today's San Jose Mercury quotes Mayor Giuliani:
>"Let's say somebody is acquitted, and it's one of those acquittals
>in which the person is guilty, but there is just not quite enough
>evidence beyond a reasonable doubt," the mayor said. "That might
>be a situation in which the car would still be forfeited."
This guy is about the only reason (IMHO) that Hillary Clinton has a dog's show of being elected as a senator for the great state of NY.
I used this as a sig for a short time (maybe i inherited from this list?)
"State authority must provide for peace and order, and peace and order in turn must conversely make possible the existence of state authority. Within these two poles all life must now revolve... Ideas of 'freedom', mostly of a misunderstood nature, inject themselves into the state conceptions of these circles".