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What's that about an old dog and new tricks??? Maybe a rolled up newpaper would be better...



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A man who has 14 previous DWI convictions in other states has been arrested for DWI in Farmington.Jones Manheimer, who is in his 60s, was released from the San Juan County Detention Center Wednesday after Magistrate James Atcitty reduced an initial $100,000 bond to $5,000.

District Attorney Lyndy Bennett says he will try to have the higher bond reinstated. The case has been bound over to district court. It has not been assigned to a judge.

Bennett said Manheimer is both a flight risk and danger to the community. Public Defender Raymond Archambeau says his client is in poor health and is not a risk.

According to court documents, Manheimer was convicted of four DWIs between 1972 and 1979 in Arizona. He received 10 more convictions in Utah from 1971 and 1994.
 

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15th...WTF.....Don't you think maybe after 7, 8, or the 10th they would have put him in jail and left him there??
 

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There is still allot of ways around it with a good lawyer.
Its not how much trouble you get in but, how much money you can spend to get out. I think OJ proved that.
 

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What...OJ didn't do anything. That was shown in court. I think it was best said:

"If the glove don't fit...you must aquit."

And before anyone jumps on this and trys to get it going on this whole thing...it was a joke.
 

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What...OJ didn't do anything. That was shown in court. I think it was best said:

"If the glove don't fit...you must aquit."

And before anyone jumps on this and trys to get it going on this whole thing...it was a joke.

Only in America can you be found criminally innocent and civilly(sp) guilty, and still not pay a dime. :crazy: :screwy:
 
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