Deported after you do your time?

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Re: Deported after you do your time?

Postby steev » 09 Sep 2011, 18:39

the bear wrote:
steev wrote:The guy got busted for a Romeo scam. When last i heard (from cable TV report), he'd just been arrested, so no idea if they found him guilty, or of what. The news report suggested he might be a bigamist, or that he might be in trouble merely from having to promised to marrry various women. In the West I imagine it would be a non-crime, but not so here in Taiwan...


Oh god not Shane again..........................


That's the name he operated under. Not his real name, I think. What happened to him?
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Re: Deported after you do your time?

Postby steev » 09 Sep 2011, 18:58

ok, just did a search and found him in the open thread. looks like my next Q might be about visiting people in prison!
and amazingly, my guess was right - he did come back a second time. "A dog returneth to its vomit," is the Biblical chengyu that springs to mind...
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Re: Deported after you do your time?

Postby Charlie Jack » 17 Sep 2011, 12:32

steev wrote:looks like my next Q might be about visiting people in prison!


Sorry it took so long to respond. I haven't checked this forum in a while.

One of the posters here, Omniloquacious, posted some information about that in 2004:
viewtopic.php?p=193396#p193396

Another poster, bob_honest, visits or has visited someone in prison. He posted some information about it here:
viewtopic.php?p=1085182#p1085182
viewtopic.php?p=1200547#p1200547

Hope this helps.
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Re: Deported after you do your time?

Postby bumclouds » 13 Feb 2012, 22:01

Super Hans wrote: If it is drugs possession the Canadian is in trouble for.


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Re: Deported after you do your time?

Postby Militarygamer » 08 Jun 2012, 16:26

It depends on the type of crime.

If it is an idcitiable offence, such as murder, trafficking of drugs or arms he may be barred from returning as his presence constitutes a threat of peace.

If it is a petty crime, assault, theft, very likey to return.

Hope it answers your question
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Re: Deported after you do your time?

Postby Northcoast Surfer » 08 Jun 2012, 19:13

Militarygamer wrote:It depends on the type of crime.

If it is an idcitiable offence, such as murder, trafficking of drugs or arms he may be barred from returning as his presence constitutes a threat of peace.

If it is a petty crime, assault, theft, very likey to return.

Hope it answers your question

Idcitiable offence? Huh? :ponder:

Are you trying to say indictable offense? Back to law school cub! :doh:

indictable offense n. a crime (offense) for which a grand jury rules that there is enough evidence to charge defendant with a felony (a crime punishable by death or a term in the state penitentiary). These crimes include murder, manslaughter, rape, kidnapping, grand theft, robbery, burglary, arson, conspiracy, fraud, and other major crimes such as trying to manufacture or use a fake ARC in order to reside and/or work in Taiwan illegally.

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