The honerable Greg Davis? Jan 22, 2011 21:00:12 GMT -5
Post by alanthony on Jan 22, 2011 21:00:12 GMT -5
"It said the DA's office altered time records to indicate employees were at work when they weren't because they were given paid time off as a reward for good conduct."
So, every time my boss said to me, "Hey, you've worked extra hard this week so why don't you knock off early" I could be indicted? ;D ;D ;D
A motion to quash an indictment is granted when the language concerning the defendant's conduct is so vague or indefinite as to deny the defendant effective notice of the acts he allegedly committed.
NO, your boss will be indicate, not you, your not in charged of submitted the time records, your just going to be a witness validating when you worked, and when you left work, your pay stubs, est. compared to where you were supposed to be, that being work.. And if you try lying, perjury, validated through visa statements, or purchases at the Wal-Mart.. what have you.., you on camera, making that purchase.” that,s perjury. Get it.. No , ok, let me explain in basic terms. Seven year in federal prison for perjury. Davis committed theft, its that simple. It wasn’t his money he paid you with.
The truth is better than licking lilies for chocolate
bars. how,s is that for vague or indefinite.
"Hey, you've worked extra hard this week so why don't you knock off early" I hope you didnt ask if you were going to be paid for leaving, you know.. for the time you were not there, that makes you a party to a crime.