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Vomehouth : A few months ago, a teen was imprisoned for making a tasteless joke on facebook. He spent 5 months in jail before he was released on a $500,000 bail, a week before the trial. It's been months since I heard he was bailed, and I have yet to see what the final verdict was, as if the media had totally forgotten about the case.
Was he sentenced to prison, was he set free, or is the case still on-going?

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wawlAbsesefap : His case is still ongoing. I'm his father. The media has indeed forgotten about the case, but I am actually grateful for that. I have a podcast that I am doing at (Brooks and Jack Podcast) and I will update the public on his case as it progresses. As of right now, there are something around 20 motions to dismiss last count and it's in pretrial mode, getting reset over and over and over. I have a feeling this is going to drag on for quite some time before life can get back to normal. Thank you for your support and your interest. The lawyers have pretty much cut me out of the loop, probably a protocol so I won't leak anything to the wrong place. If you want to know more, go ahead and ask, I will answer to the best of my ability.
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evanpc19i : Earlier, my fiance got fired because his secretary called him and ask him if he wanted to work four hours early than his work schedule. He then called her back and told her no. He went into work at the time he was suppose to, and was told he was fired. Earlier about a month ago, he wwas forced to shave his Mohawk, when he was hired with it. What I don't understand is, how ddid she fire him if she gave him the option tto ccome in early? The only rreason sshe got so upset is, they would have tto pay somebody overtime, and only wanted to pay him his regular 8.50 aan hour.. he works at a jail btw
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FriendJordan : It depends if you live in a fire at will state. Where they can fire u with no explanation. So u may want to contact a lawyer most do free consultation
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Semeffils : Sure, you can sue.
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