Onto dear Nicoโ€™s fav subject...

 By: Ted-Lo : January 11th, 2020-18:47

Hmmmmmm, you will like that! [nt]

 By: amanico : January 11th, 2020-23:53
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I do sir, I think I am more of a business person at heart though [nt]

 By: Ted-Lo : January 12th, 2020-09:07
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Tssss, come on. A true lawyer is a criminal lawyer. :) [nt]

 By: amanico : January 12th, 2020-22:55
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I have much to learn sir :) [nt]

 By: Ted-Lo : January 13th, 2020-04:38
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That's one of my big favorites -- I badly need a 4th amendment also in Italy, where the city police can legally pull you over and check your ID just because you are driving a big car! ;-) [nt]

 By: FabR : January 12th, 2020-02:07
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I heard a lot of frightening things about la Guardia di Finanza and car controls, from italians driving expensive cars, as well... [nt]

 By: amanico : January 12th, 2020-02:12
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Indeed a very, very big government in virtually all aspects of life, the 4th amendment is just a small (and relatively harmless) example...A system that's to imagine if someone was born and raised in the US ;-) [nt]

 By: FabR : January 12th, 2020-02:26
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Too bad... [nt]

 By: amanico : January 12th, 2020-03:29
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Crim law is tough dear friends...

 By: Ted-Lo : January 12th, 2020-09:06
I honestly have spent the last 15 years working for large companies and large government entities. It has never become โ€œpersonal,โ€ I am afraid this subject is too personal for me.
To each their own. I am phenomenal at running a meeting though!

I've read a little bit with interest but I'm definitely no expert in the field (my terminal degree is not a JD but a PhD in abstract algebra!! ;-)

 By: FabR : January 12th, 2020-14:34
I wasn't actually speaking too personally here (the last time I got pulled over with no reason while driving a car was a few years ago, but all went smoothly for everyone involved), even though I always found it interesting to compare entirely different legal least for as long as one is doing it as an observer..;-)) Cheers.

My personal opinion is that those...

 By: Ted-Lo : January 12th, 2020-14:42
Who excel in math and logic do very well in legal reasoning.

ANALYSIS is analysis, and understanding that, one would realize that the rule is only the first step, one must then apply rules to facts or actual problems to result in a balanced,well thought out, conclusion.

I loved your analysis of the situation which led to my comment.

I doubt you would ever be on the other side of the law, ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

Hehehe... I am a dumb in maths, and the word is weak, but I am not too bad in criminal law... But I never did tings like the others. ;) [nt]

 By: amanico : January 12th, 2020-22:57
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It wasnโ€™t an โ€œif and only ifโ€ statement my friend...he said good at logic implies good at law, not the other way around..๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‰โค๏ธ [nt]

 By: FabR : January 12th, 2020-23:57
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LOL!!! [nt]

 By: amanico : January 13th, 2020-00:01
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๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜€ [nt]

 By: FabR : January 13th, 2020-00:16
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Dear Sirs...

 By: Ted-Lo : January 13th, 2020-05:17
I would argue that logical reasoning does not require deep mathematical concepts.

Just a concrete foundation in reasoning. As I am sure Dear Nico would wipe the floor with me twice over in Crim Law. 

And any law for that matter. I was not clear on my analogies, and for that, I apologize!

Thanks, I certainly agree on the connection โ€” in fact Iโ€™m even aware of (rare) examples of colleagues holding crossing appointments in Math and Law departments in the US!

 By: FabR : January 13th, 2020-00:23
As far as Iโ€™m concerned, Iโ€™m not sure Law is an area where I would be able to conduct any significant academic research, but I might at least take a closer look in that direction at some point, one never knows..๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿฅ‚

When you come to the dark side...

 By: Ted-Lo : January 13th, 2020-05:19
Please let me know, as I do technical law (inventions) would love to collaborate.

๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘ [nt]

 By: FabR : January 13th, 2020-13:40
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I would likely stay home a lot...

 By: Ted-Lo : January 12th, 2020-09:09
Not risk getting in trouble, the internet is already enough trouble.

I thought his favorite subject was found in Bram Stoker's works. [nt]

 By: TheMadDruid : January 12th, 2020-13:11
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Yes, true, I think it's the part where Dracula recites the 4th amendment to search and seizure...

 By: Ted-Lo : January 12th, 2020-13:27
And says to the vampire hunters: "Did thou acquire a warrant before thou enter-est my castle? I have constitutional rights!!!"
Or something like that.

Hmm ๐Ÿง

 By: TheMadDruid : January 12th, 2020-15:23
I donโ€™t remember that particular chapter. Are you sure Romania has a 4th Amendment?
Anyway, we can check with Avocat Fondaneche-aka Vlad-about such things.


 By: Ted-Lo : January 12th, 2020-16:05
I โ€œmayโ€ have stretchers the truth a little.

We have 1000 amendments. We amend very easily. [nt]

 By: amanico : January 13th, 2020-02:02
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I Konfirm! ;) [nt]

 By: amanico : January 13th, 2020-02:00
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;), Count - I can always count on you. [nt]

 By: Ted-Lo : January 13th, 2020-05:13
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Of course! [nt]

 By: amanico : January 13th, 2020-12:09
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Good luck!

 By: LS : January 12th, 2020-15:37
What state(s) are you taking?
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