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[2024-CV-007] – Black Lotus Motorcycle Club v. Los Santos Police Department

TLDW (Too Long; Didn’t Watch):

Docket for [2024-CV-007]

Date: March 31st, 2024

General Dispute – Civil Complaint

Plaintiff: Black Lotus Motorcycle Club
Respondents: Los Santos Police Department

Judge: Kylian J. Clarkson
Defense: Dalton Law (Hydra Dalton)
Prosecution: Harvey Ross, Gary Shoeman

Testimony/Witnesses:

Derek Wilson
Joseph Lombardi
Chase Turnner
Bruce Payne
Carson Fowler
Thiago Hernandez
Sevyn Bright
Travis Grimes
Hattie Grimes
Erin Barlow
Justin Cooke
Maggie McCormick
Nick Murray
Imogen McCoy
Calvin Shoey

Any (non-testimonial) evidence:

Police Incident Report
Route 68, Westbound
Route 68, Eastbound
GPS Location of Crash
Repair Invoice Jaxon Corsair
Repair Invoice Tommy Legen
Medical Report 1 Tommy Legend
Medical Report 2 Tommy Legend
Medical Report 3 Tommy Legend
Medical Report 4 Tommy Legend
Medical Report 5 Tommy Legend
Medical Report 6 Tommy Legend
Medical Report Jaxon Corsair
Medical Report Macy Corsair

Important Notes:

This case was centered around whether or not LSPD Cadet Derrick Wilson was at fault for the damage to both the property and persons of multiple BLMC members. The case claims he was driving on the wrong side of the road around a blind corner, running into the BLMC public ride.

As it’s a civil case, it relies on something called the ‘preponderance of evidence.’ This is a fancy way of saying that the plaintiffs (BLMS, the people suing) have to present evidence that is more credible or convincing than what the defense (the PD, represented by the DOJ) are presenting. In the State of San Andreas, this burden is set at 51%, meaning the plaintiffs have to be 1% more convincing than the defense.

My friend Winnie (who works for the PDO) explained it as, it has to be more likely than not that the incident happened, so that’s what the judge has to work out. It’s basically just which story makes the most sense, and which is the most likely as backed by evidence.

Final Verdict:

Not yet released

Stay tuned to Weazel News for updates on the final verdict.

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