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Friday, August 07, 2009

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wilypanther

This truly is (to use a term way too often overused) Draconian. That 7th Century BC lawgiver posited enslavment as the punishment for not paying debt. He limited death to criminal offenses.

Alan White

Judges don't get sanctioned, they just get reversed (as happened here.) This judge is not alone, unfortunately. I would love to hear from anyone with experience of similar practices in other states.

Jason Kilborn

Has this outlaw judge been sanctioned? Has the debtor gotten relief from this madness? What next--debt peonage or slavery?

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