The one in Virginia was an actual charge, but there were other weapons involved all of which were reduced to 'unregistered weapons charges'...i had a shotgun i purchased from a gunshow that was ONE MILLIMETER too short (winchester featherlight, pistol grip and laser sight didnt help my case)- felony. I also had about 20 thick heavy chinese stars, crossbow, swords, knives galour, Mac 11, SKS 7.62...Not allowed to step foot in Virginia ever again, not like id want to anyway. I was moving to Virginia with my girlfriend, older sheeple brother didnt like me and turned me into his cop buddies. Ran into a roadblock with 10 cop cars on the way home.
Tom - quick question about NYC court. I want to go tomorrow to settle this summons, but where do I go to find out if I can go in before my schedule date? I read somewhere the clerks office first?
Ha I see it now, the usernames are somewhat similar. I'll msg him.
whats a SBS?
Last edited by KRS1; 06-14-2012 at 04:19 PM.
1) a company website that you use to find information yourself.
2) an actual background checking company that has access to law enforcement records, that make profit from performing checks for large corporations.
You can go to one of the famous forums for LEO and they will tell you the name of background checking services that will retrieve police records and are available for use to the general public.
Well that was uneventful. I was hoping to get this dismissed or at least seen, but the clerks at the courthouse basically told me to F off and come back earliest 5 days before scheduled court date. This was awesome. Not.
I wouldn't worry about it! It's a nuisance ticket! I go back and forth from NYC to FL! My 17yr old son got a ticket for riding his bicycle on the sidewalk and the officer told him the same thing that it would get thrown out and sure enough it did! We went down there once and then we got a letter in the mail that it was dismissed! I would save the summons and the dismisall letter together for any future employment if asked!
It's the waiting that kills you. You just want to get this over with.
I was wondering if you could help me grasp this NYC knife issues? I'll be in short transit from JFK to La Guardia. This is what I understand so far:
* The blade should be strictly under 4".
* The knife should be fully concealed.
* Folder should be only manual and non-locking.
So, does it mean that someone can only carry
* a fixed knife (under 4" blade, concealed)
* or non-locking folder -- penny knife/SAK/Victorinox?
Thank you very much for clarification.
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