|Paging Doug Sloan and other lawyers....||ClydeTri|
Jun 10, 2003 10:10 AM
|Was thinking after seeing the video of the streaker at the French Open...these streakers recently all have GoldenPalaceCasino.com on their backs....if a zealous prosecutor could prove prior knowledge by the casino, couldn't they be prosecuted for conspiracy?|
|Conspiricy of what? Indecent exposure? (nm)||TJeanloz|
Jun 10, 2003 10:24 AM
|Was thinking of ....||ClydeTri|
Jun 10, 2003 10:49 AM
|criminal trespass, indecent exposure for two...|
|re: Paging Doug Sloan and other lawyers....||No_sprint|
Jun 10, 2003 10:25 AM
|I really don't know even what criminal act these guys might be prosecuted for? Trespass? doubtful. Public intoxication? I'd say very likely. Lewd conduct? Nope, unless there's something about dudes showing cheeks. He was in a some sort of underwear wasn't he? Evading arrest? Maybe, but arrest for what is a question.
French law is unknown to me. Been a long time for anything remotely like this in the U.S. I'm probably way off. On balance to your question, I really doubt it, especially if it's a U.S. based company.
|maybe breach of peace||DougSloan|
Jun 10, 2003 10:32 AM
|Getting rowdy can be a minor offense. I doubt conspiracy would apply to minor offenses. So what, an extra $50 fine?
French law is weird, though. I wouldn't have a clue.
|conduct unbecoming of a French tennis fan. nm.||No_sprint|
Jun 10, 2003 12:08 PM
Jun 10, 2003 12:18 PM
|French Penal Code Section 1004.78(B)(2): "Being an American."
|You said, "Penal !" I'm telling!||El Guapo|
Jun 10, 2003 12:22 PM
|Youse sees, we's got dis here "Napoleonic code", an' it sez...nm||Alexx|
Jun 11, 2003 4:49 AM