Do the Taiwanese really do things this way in their legal system?

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Re: Do the Taiwanese really do things this way in their legal system?

Postby Whole Lotta Lotta » 01 Feb 2012, 00:20

cyborg_ninja wrote:
Whole Lotta Lotta wrote:The personal injury case has been settled out of court. I will not go to jail. I am waiting for my sentencing for the DUI. They are handled as two separate cases here. Personally, I have always thought from the beginning that I might not have drunken anything and this minor accident might still have happened.


Regardless, driving without a license and DUI. If you settled it out of court, bring the out of court settlement statement to the DUI court so they won't add additional sentencing.

That is what will be done :) .
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Re: Do the Taiwanese really do things this way in their legal system?

Postby Whole Lotta Lotta » 01 Feb 2012, 23:57

OK. Enough is enough here. I know that what I did is wrong and that I am guilty and all that and blah, blah, blah. The thing that bothers me is that it has been three months since all this has happened and I have not heard what my punishment will be yet. They said that I will know what it is by the end of January. Well January came and went and there was no word from them. I have not checked my mail today yet, but I will bet you a dollar to a doughnut that my mailbox is yet again empty. This is pissing me off :fume: as I would just like to find out what I have to do and get on with my life. Does anybody have any idea who I should contact to get to the bottom of this? I would just like to take my punishment like a man and get on with things.
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