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Lt. Commander
Join Date: Dec 2007
Posts: 120
# 86
02-22-2011, 09:15 PM
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Originally Posted by jam062307 View Post
Felony convictions never go away, they are always on your record. You are right. As far as warrants go. Innocent until proven guilty. And if you aren't proven guilty or even caught for a certain length of time, the warrant does expire. Statute of limitations. the only exception I know of is heinous crimes such as murder.

In other things, warnings should be like speeding tickets, low infractions (1-5 pointers) should be like misdemeanors and go away after a year, Threats should be instant banhammer!!!
Obviously IANAL - But for our purposes an infraction would be a conviction as the crime has already been judged.

I appreciate that you would want to give people a 2nd chance... The way I see it is that they have 20 chances until ban hammer..

Is 21+ chances (because some infractions disappear) really necessary or going to make a difference?