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Umm, she needs to hit the books a bit. The statute of limitations would have been up years ago. And either way, as a minor many states wouldn't allow you to use juvenile convictions once they are an adult. And some states would wipe or seal the records of minors.

Prosecutor who questioned Christine Ford says she wouldn't prosecute Brett Kavanaugh Ledyard King | USA TODAY Ford questioned about anxieties, fear of flying The prosecutor at the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing questioning Christine Blasey Ford about her allegation of sexual assault has asked about her fear of flying. (Sept. 27) AP Rachel Mitchell, the Arizona prosecutor who questioned Christine Blasey Ford at Thursday's Senate Judiciary Committee, privately told GOP senators she would not prosecute Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh based on the evidence she heard, according to the Washington Post .

That detail was spotlighted Friday by Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, whose office sent out a news release Friday referring to Mitchell's conclusion. Mitchell was hand-picked to lead the questioning of Ford, who has accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault when both were high school students in the posh suburbs of suburban Maryland. Mitchell avoided a high-decibel grilling Thursday and instead displayed a considerate, business-like manner befitting an experienced sex crimes prosecutor. Cornyn, who as Senate majority whip is deputy to GOP Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., told Fox News' Fox Friends Friday morning that he thought Mitchell performed admirably.

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Joey
I think there's no statute of limitations for this type of alleged crime in Maryland.
B Samson [WildFyre]Author
It's just a delaying tactic. They asked specifically for a week, saying it's just 7 days. Now these same clowns are saying it can't be don't in just a week.
Joey
B Samson [WildFyre], the WaPo admits there is a lack of corroboration but forgets to mention the outright refutations from supposed eye witnesses. Anyway, you're right. There was a statute of limitations and no charges can be brought.
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B Samson [WildFyre]Author
Joey, and both were minors at the time. In most states you aren't allowed to consider crimes committed as a juvenile in adult proceedings. Some states seal or even expunge minor crimes when they turn 18.
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