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Court Case - Verdict Found State of San Andreas Vs. Sal Salerno

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  1. W.Danger

    W.Danger Member Supporter San Andreas State Police Trooper Criminal

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    Arraigned By: TBD
    Prosecutor: TBD
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    Case number:
    Charges: (Code & written) 4x C3 Aggravated assault on government official


    Defendant: Sal Salerno

    Defense Attorney:

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    Arresting (Charging Agency) Officer:

    Officer(s) Involved:W.Danger, Trooper Wolfe Lt. Wills

    Witnesses:

    Evidence:

    Incident Summary: please see attached warrant. Sal pled not guilty to the 4x C3 charges are provided in warrant
    https://greenleafrp.com/forum/threads/arrest-warrant-sal-salerno-pending-edited-by-a-director.7892/
     
  2. JorJorFootball

    JorJorFootball Resident Anime GIrl Criminal

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    I find there to be sufficient and probable cause in allowing this case to proceed.
    Trial begins on the 8th day of January at 1200 hours
    Trial ends on 15 day of January at 1200 hours
    The Trial will last 7 days


    Signed,
    Judge Aaron Atkins
     
  3. Payne

    Payne Assistant Director Staff Member Assistant Director Supporter San Andreas State Police Sergeant Criminal Licensed Lawyer

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    Your Honor,

    I will be representing Mr. Salerno, I will need a little bit of time but will have my response ready before the 15th.

    Thank You
    Rudy Wilson
     
  4. Payne

    Payne Assistant Director Staff Member Assistant Director Supporter San Andreas State Police Sergeant Criminal Licensed Lawyer

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    Your Honor,

    First off I apologize for the delay, however, we are now prepared to make our defending statement. In the footage presented by Officers, I can see the individual BCSO identified as Sal Salerno, I can also see a weapon in the hands of said individual mentioned in the initial warrant. However, what I do not see is any kind of assault on a government official. It appears that the individual in the bodycam footage was in fact involved, but it does not appear that he shot nor aimed his weapon towards Police Officers at any point in the submitted evidence, it can be seen in the footage that he shot at a car, but the car was not occupied by anyone.

    I can see how Officers reviewing the footage could have mistaken my client for one of the many who were directly involved with the downing of multiple officers but the evidence does not support HIS charges. Furthermore, my client, whom at the time was not a felon, was charged and jailed for 4x C3 and 1x F40 which exceeds the 4 charge maximum for non-felons, It appears this charge has been excluded from the initial court filing but the fact remains, my client was charged with more crimes than the State mandated maximum. For these reasons The Defense is requesting for all charges to be dropped, compensated, and for my client's felony status to be cleared.

    Thank You,
    Rudy Wilson


     
  5. Asu40

    Asu40 Well-Known Member San Andreas State Police DoC Command Lieutenant Chief Justice Department of Justice

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    Good Evening,

    Firstly we would like to apologize for the delay, after reviewing this case and evidence provided or lack thereof this case is hereby "Dismissed with prejudice" Also at this time I am requesting the BCSO to review this case and meet with myself to go over this issue.

    Do to the fact I have no idea how much time or fine Mr. Salerno was actually given, Mr. Salerno will be receiving a total of $168,000 USD in reimbursement for his time served and fine.

    Supreme Court,
    Chief Justice David Johnson
     
    Last edited: Jan 22, 2020

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