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  1. How dare juries (purportedly made up of stupid viewers of TV crime drama) expect EVIDENCE that someone is guilty?

  2. So, doesn't Hancock County recoup a great deal of money if the alleged drunk driver is indeed intoxicated and operating a motor vehicle over the legal limit? By the time the driver is convicted, he/she is paying a great deal of money in court costs and fines. So why is the prosecutor whining about this? Because he and the judges stand to earn less because their expenses have increased? Or do they need to get the sheriff to kick in some of his pay for this? The fact is, the accused have a right to a fair trail and there are costs involved. This isn't about TV crime dramas, this is about a mistrust of police and poor public image/reputation they too often have in rural counties such has Hancock "Handcuff" county. County residents shouldn't have to foot this bill. Let's recoup that from the court fees and increase the fines for the guilty.

  3. Daniel, if you are aren't happy with the decision on August 13 and want to suggest the US change marriage so you can keep it for your religion and so that other religions can't use the term, you are free to work with the legislature to get laws changed. On August 13 judges are going to decide if Indiana and Wisconsin can continue to discriminate with respect to marriage as it is defined currently. I hope that discrimination stops no matter what it is called.

  4. The 1st paragraph speaks of creating a license plate recognizing the Indy 500 yet in the 2nd paragraph the license plate approved mentions the 500 Festival- 2 different entities/businesses- which one is correct?

  5. John … marriage was already defined (1 man / 1 woman) centuries before the US was formed. The very last group of people that I would want to define anything having to do with morality would be the US Congress / Government. ? Marriage is not a right … it’s an institution which is defined in history / culture. If I were in your situation … I’d just ask for the various legal status that you are pursuing to be granted to any two (or three? Five?) people that want their lives legally intertwined. That way the integrity of Marriage for the vast majority of humanity is not violated … and you get the legal status you are seeking. Sounds like a win-win.