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Old 01-13-2012, 07:47 PM
 
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It's called due process, a legal right that any citizen OF THE U.S. has. His trial is still ongoing. He has a bond of $119,000 and pre-trial release conditions that he can leave his house only between 7am and 7pm to go to work.
Their is the presumption of innocence until the guilty verdict no matter how much evidence there is.
If you would rather live in a country that will just throw you in a cell at their leisure there are many to choose from.
No, his trial hasn't even started. He was seen driving a week after the crash even though his license is suspended.

Of course he deserves a trial, but when will that be? We're going on 14 months since the crash, I can't call it an accident.

Driving drunk and reckless is no accident.

And shame on anyone who still goes to his practice.
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Old 01-13-2012, 08:51 PM
 
Location: FL
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Fist fights? Who gets into fist fights? The last time I had one was in the 7th grade.

If an adult can't handle a problem like an adult, then maybe they don't need to working in a field that requires you to make important decisions.
You must not get out much or perhaps you're one of those cut and run guys. Sorry you lost your lunch money in the 7th grade
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Old 01-14-2012, 07:21 AM
 
Location: Hernando County, FL
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No, his trial hasn't even started. He was seen driving a week after the crash even though his license is suspended.

Of course he deserves a trial, but when will that be? We're going on 14 months since the crash, I can't call it an accident.

Driving drunk and reckless is no accident.

And shame on anyone who still goes to his practice.
Things start well before they start sitting a jury if it is a jury trial, if it is a NJT they still start way before the newspapers start throwing stories about the trial out there.
There has been an order setting pre-trial release conditions, demand for discovery, a motion to inspect the vehicle and more.
Did you expect him to just go in the court room the next morning and them have the trial then? It can take a year for a DUI case to go to trial and be settled when there are no additional charges. This case is going to take a long time and that is how our legal system works.
Did you see him driving? Did the police see him driving? Are there pictures of him driving?
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Old 01-14-2012, 02:18 PM
 
Location: FL
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Well Tampa area dentist Matthew Moye drove drunk and reckless on 10/31/10 and killed two college students walking on the sidewalk. They had just gotten off work from their job at a downtown hotel, a 3rd worker was able to jump out of the way in time.

Nothing has been done with him, he still practices dentistry. It's a joke here.

People run red lights and kill someone and they get a ticket and go home.
I kind of agree with you here.....he does have a moral and ethical obligation to treat patients currently under his care. I'd personally not prefer to change Dentists right in the middle of thousands of dollars of a procedure. He shouldn't be allowed to accept new patients though, pending outcome.
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Old 01-14-2012, 02:40 PM
 
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I kind of agree with you here.....he does have a moral and ethical obligation to treat patients currently under his care. I'd personally not prefer to change Dentists right in the middle of thousands of dollars of a procedure. He shouldn't be allowed to accept new patients though, pending outcome.
So you would let some guy who is facing serious charges work on your mouth?

How would like to be in the middle of a root canal and he finally "loses it"? I bet he is a ticking time bomb.

I feel sorry for the people who work for him, but I would be looking for another job.
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Old 01-14-2012, 02:43 PM
 
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You must not get out much or perhaps you're one of those cut and run guys. Sorry you lost your lunch money in the 7th grade
Well when you don't run around with a Jerry Springer crowd or frequent lowlife places you don't have these issues.
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Old 01-14-2012, 05:58 PM
 
Location: FL
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Well when you don't run around with a Jerry Springer crowd or frequent lowlife places you don't have these issues.
News to me and since you've been there and done that, I'll take your advice, thanks for the heads up 1+ comin at ya
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Old 01-14-2012, 06:32 PM
 
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The bottom line with threads like this is, if the system was as hard on "crime" as the

majority of U.S. citizens wanted it to be, We could not afford to house the numbers of prisoners !

Media sensationalism is probably the biggest offender here,
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Old 01-14-2012, 10:18 PM
 
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He was seen driving a week after the crash even though his license is suspended.
By who, you?

If he REALLY was caught driving while on a suspended license, that would have been a violation of his pretrial release. His bail would have been revoked and he would have been thrown back into jail.
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