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Our convict hamming it up!
10 Dec 2006
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convict fish and her young about 100 made it out of 500 I think...I know it just im gonna have alot of them
19 Sep 2007
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Convict Cichlid
18 Sep 2007
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*******www.myspace****/tablestalker Steven Stotts was convicted of ``capping'' bets -- or addingchips -- and ``pinching'' -- or taking chips back -- while playing blackjack. He was arrested in 2006...
28 Feb 2008
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Both crime drama and romance, and a fascinating look at parole in the 1930s, Convict’s Code is a highly entertaining classic film. Robert Kent stars as Dave Tyler, a football player framed for a crime he didn’t commit and sent to prison. Upon getting out, the weight of his ex-con and current parolee status weighs on his ability to reintegrate into society. Then, things get ever so complicated for Tyler: he falls in love with a beautiful woman who can never know of his record, and that woman happens to be the sister of the gangster who framed him! The heartfelt romance is ever prickled by the spikes of sinister crime and the ever looming prison that always seem to follow Tyler wherever he goes. Convict’s Code is a tale of love and sorrow, as well as redemption.
6 Mar 2008
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This is Christian Religion Lie #8: "God convicts unbelievers of sins" To see my comments on this video visit my website: *******www.GreatChristianLife**** greatchristianlife**** is my blog with lots of Christian information, discussion of Christian books, Christian lifestyle, the Christian Religion, and much more. come by and check it out! Note: This video is copyright Steve Mcvey and Gracewalk Ministries - gracewalk****
12 Mar 2008
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4/30 The Ministry of Conviction (John 16:8) Today's encouraging word and video devotional with Minister Jeff Fannell. For more devotionals or info on the ministry, visit www.ongoodground****
1 May 2008
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4/30 The Ministry of Conviction (John 16:8) Today's encouraging word and video devotional with Minister Jeff Fannell. For more devotionals or info on the ministry, visit www.ongoodground****
30 Apr 2008
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Call him a 'weasel' and he'll break your skull. The creators who have worked on Scrubs and Xmen Origins: Wolverine, bring you: Benny, Escaped Convict. Check out the sneak peek of this new series, and more at Atom****
25 Jun 2008
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In an attempt to give back, Benny (the stoat from "Benny, Escaped Convict) lets everyone know that there is a time when you have to "say no to uggos". For more info on Benny, head to *******benny.atom****
21 Jul 2008
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If you were convicted of Felony DUI in Alabama before 2006 you may be entitled to have your conviction REVERSED. Distributed by Tubemogul.
28 Jul 2008
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Benny, the stoat from Atom****’s hit web series, “Benny, Escaped Convict”, shows up at Comedy Central’s roast of Bob Saget, and what he says is definitely not nice. For more on Ryan Levin and Nye Warburton’s “Benny, Escaped Convict” go to *******benny.atom****
31 Oct 2008
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ERASE/ EXPUNGEMENT OF ARRESTS AND CONVICTIONS TO AVOID EMBARRASSMENT AND DISCLOSURE BY KENNETH A. VERCAMMEN, ESQ. If someone has been arrested or even had a private criminal complaint signed against them in the Municipal Court, they have a criminal record, even if the charges were dismissed. Under NJSA 2C:52-1 et seq. past criminal arrests and convictions can be expunged/ erased under certain instances. We always recommend individuals hire an attorney to obtain an expungement. The process for all expungements are held in the Superior Court. It takes a minimum of three months for the court to grant the expungement. The requirements are very formal. There can be a waiting period between 6 months up to 10 years after the criminal cases is finished. When retaining the attorney, obtain a "certified disposition" of the court's decision, from the Court itself. Court costs and Legal fees for expungement range from $1,500- $2,500. Thousands of citizens over the past 30 years have been arrested for criminal, disorderly, and municipal ordinance offenses. The courts and police must keep a record of all arrests and convictions, even if 30 years old. These "secrets of the past" could be open to anyone including credit agencies. Under one proposal, for a $15.00 fee, someone could ask the state police for a person's criminal record, even arrests with not guilty findings. Allowing access to a person's old criminal conviction or arrest record could open the door for discrimination or job loss against someone who now is a productive, respected, and law abiding citizen. Many employers often do a criminal background check on new and promoted employees. Fortunately, if you are a law abiding citizen, you can now have old arrests or most convictions erased from public records and police folders. Under NJSA 2C:52-1 et seq. past criminal arrests and convictions can be expunged/ erased under certain instances. www,benotguilty**** www.njlaws**** Kenneth Vercammen is a Litigation Attorney in Edison, NJ, approximately 17 miles north of Princeton. He often lectures for the American Bar Association and New Jersey State Bar Association on personal injury, criminal / municipal court law and practices to improve service to clients. He has published 125 articles in national and New Jersey publications on municipal court and litigation topics. He has served as a Special Acting Prosecutor in seven different cities and towns in New Jersey and also successfully defended hundreds of individuals facing Municipal Court and Criminal Court charges. In his private practice, he has devoted a substantial portion of his professional time to the preparation and trial of litigated matters. He has appeared in Courts throughout New Jersey several times each week on many personal injury matters, Municipal Court trials, arbitration hearings and contested administrative law hearings. He is the Editor of website www.njlaws****, of to the countrys top legal websites providing information on Personal Injury, Criminal, Traffic, Wills, Probate & Estate Law Kenneth Vercammen was the 2008 Municipal Court Attorney of the Year.
31 Oct 2008
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*******xbox360.winonlinemedia**** Enjoy the new trailer of TOM CLANCY'S SPLINTER CELL CONVICTION.
2 May 2009
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"Iraqi Court Convicts Shoe-Thrower" is from the March 13, 2009 edition of the Express. I just couldn't resist the Rorschach quote. It's little surprise that an Iraqi court convicted the reporter who threw his shoes at President Bush (and totally missed!). He gets the minimum sentence of 3 years in jail which should probably be the easiest time he'll ever serve in light of the fact that most of the inmates probably consider him something of a national hero. *******www.headlineds**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
13 Mar 2009
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*******www.games4younow**** New Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell : Conviction Screens from E3
10 Jun 2009
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