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    Hi I have three questions about the Cook County Sheriff's office.
    1. Is it true that when inmates go to court they don't were there jail uniforms? The reasson I ask is because when my dad got summoned to jury duty at 26Th and California, he has seen inmates being escorted not in jail uniforms but trial suites.
    2. Having been to court I have noticed that the Deputy sheriffs doing security checks at the entrance and the walking around the building carry guns but the ones in the court room don't. Why is this is there a rule of "no guns in the court room?"
    3. Finally how come the Sheriff's Deputies that do eviction have battering rams, and do most evictions occur in the city or suburbs? Please let me know thank you.
    Last edited by Chitown2210; 06-05-2009, 05:02 PM. Reason: Bad Spelling

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    Originally posted by Chitown2210 View Post
    Hi I have three questions about the Cook County Sheriff's office.
    1. Is it true that when inmates go to court they don't were there jail uniforms? The reasson I ask is because when my dad got summoned to jury duty at Th and California, he has seen inmates being escorted not in jail uniforms but trial suites.
    2. Having been to court I have noticed that the Deputy sheriffs doing security checks at the entrance and the walking around the building carry guns but the ones in the court room don't. Why is this is there a rule of "no guns in the court room?"
    3. Finally how come the Sheriff's Deputies that do eviction have bartering rams, and do most evictions occur in the city or suburbs? Please let me know thank you.
    you're kidding, right?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by RDM1Y View Post
      you're kidding, right?
      When I went to college, we were required to read, write, and speak the English language.

      Originally posted by Chitown2210 View Post
      Hi I have three questions about the Cook County Sheriff's office.
      1. Is it true that when inmates go to court they don't were there jail uniforms? The reasson I ask is because when my dad got summoned to jury duty at Th and California, he has seen inmates being escorted not in jail uniforms but trial suites.
      2. Having been to court I have noticed that the Deputy sheriffs doing security checks at the entrance and the walking around the building carry guns but the ones in the court room don't. Why is this is there a rule of "no guns in the court room?"
      3. Finally how come the Sheriff's Deputies that do eviction have bartering rams, and do most evictions occur in the city or suburbs? Please let me know thank you.
      “This life’s hard, but it’s harder if you’re stupid.”

      George V. Higgins--The Friends of Eddie Coyle

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Chitown2210 View Post
        Hi I have three questions about the Cook County Sheriff's office.
        1. Is it true that when inmates go to court they don't were there jail uniforms? The reasson I ask is because when my dad got summoned to jury duty at Th and California, he has seen inmates being escorted not in jail uniforms but trial suites.
        2. Having been to court I have noticed that the Deputy sheriffs doing security checks at the entrance and the walking around the building carry guns but the ones in the court room don't. Why is this is there a rule of "no guns in the court room?"
        3. Finally how come the Sheriff's Deputies that do eviction have bartering rams, and do most evictions occur in the city or suburbs? Please let me know thank you.
        1. It depends. If you're Mr. Probably Dangerous you don't get all the courtesies.
        2. It depends. Different courtrooms have different rules.
        3. A) First there's a notice served that on or after such and such date the holder of the premises will be evicted. Then on or after the date specified there's a loud and persistent banging of a hammer-fist on the door along with loud announcement of the presence of the Sheriff's Department. The battering ram is an entry tool that is sometimes used when keys are not available and the Sheriff is being ignored. Sometimes a pry bar or other entry tool is used. I trust that you don't suppose that they would let a door lock stop them from doing their lawful duty. B) More per dwelling in the city than in the suburbs, but not as much more as before the foreclosure increases that have taken place in recent recent years.

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        • #5
          I was looking at the Websters Dictionary and discovered why your posts make no sense.


          Idiot = Chitown2210

          Stupid = Chitown2210

          Jackass = Chitown2210

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Monty Ealerman View Post
            1. It depends. If you're Mr. Probably Dangerous you don't get all the courtesies.
            2. It depends. Different courtrooms have different rules.
            3. A) First there's a notice served that on or after such and such date the holder of the premises will be evicted. Then on or after the date specified there's a loud and persistent banging of a hammer-fist on the door along with loud announcement of the presence of the Sheriff's Department. The battering ram is an entry tool that is sometimes used when keys are not available and the Sheriff is being ignored. Sometimes a pry bar or other entry tool is used. I trust that you don't suppose that they would let a door lock stop them from doing their lawful duty. B) More per dwelling in the city than in the suburbs, but not as much more as before the foreclosure increases that have taken place in recent recent years.
            Why do you even respond to these idiotic posts?
            Last edited by gundog; 06-05-2009, 08:55 PM.
            Remember 9/11! No dog compares to a Wirehair!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by slamdunc View Post
              When I went to college, we were required to read, write, and speak the English language.
              College?? How about grammer school
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              • #8
                Originally posted by RadioCheck View Post
                College?? How about grammar school
                Radio; You're right. Chitown2210's public profile indicates that he is a college student. There was my point, but once again, you are correct.

                In order to be taken seriously in any profession, we must be able to communicate. No matter what level of education a person has attained, spell-check and a dictionary will elevate your game.
                “This life’s hard, but it’s harder if you’re stupid.”

                George V. Higgins--The Friends of Eddie Coyle

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Chitown2210 View Post
                  Hi I have three questions about the Cook County Sheriff's office.
                  1. Is it true that when inmates go to court they don't were there jail uniforms? The reasson I ask is because when my dad got summoned to jury duty at Th and California, he has seen inmates being escorted not in jail uniforms but trial suites.
                  2. Having been to court I have noticed that the Deputy sheriffs doing security checks at the entrance and the walking around the building carry guns but the ones in the court room don't. Why is this is there a rule of "no guns in the court room?"
                  3. Finally how come the Sheriff's Deputies that do eviction have bartering rams, and do most evictions occur in the city or suburbs? Please let me know thank you.
                  I will attempt to answer your questions as humanely as possible.

                  1. The reason the inmates were wearing trial clothes is that they were going to trial. Usually they wear DOC uniforms unless they are ordered by a judge to wear something else.

                  2. I do not work the courts so I can only speculate that weapons are not used so that they cannot be taken away. If an inmate tries to escape from the court room I'm sure that the deputies in the lobby would be happy to pull their weapons.

                  3. Since Chicago occupies most of cook county I would say that most evictions happen in Chicago. Since we do not live in the middle ages I think that you meant battering ram instead of bartering ram, they use them to break down doors.

                  If you are in college please learn to use the English language as well as you can. In our professions we are more likely to tell you in person that your writing skills are terrible, whereas people in other lines of work would be more reserved.
                  Last edited by 38allin; 06-16-2009, 06:26 PM. Reason: edited the reason for editing
                  For some reason whenever I watch 'COPS' I want to move to Texas.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by 38allin View Post
                    I will attempt to answer your questions as humanely as possible.

                    1. The reason the inmates were wearing trial clothes is that they were going to trial. Usually they wear DOC uniforms unless they are ordered by a judge to wear something else.

                    2. I do not work the courts so I can only speculate that weapons are not used so that they cannot be taken away. If an inmate tries to escape from the court room I'm sure that the deputies in the lobby would be happy to pull their weapons.

                    3. Since Chicago occupies most of cook county I would say that most evictions happen in Chicago. Since we do not live in the middle ages I think that you meant battering ram instead of bartering ram, they use them to break down doors.

                    If you are in college please learn to use the English language as well as you can. In our professions we are more likely to tell you in person that your writing skills are terrible, were as people in other lines of work would be more reserved.
                    Thank you, I try but I just make foolish mistakes. I would appreciate it if people stooped criticizing me for it.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Chitown2210 View Post
                      Thank you, I try but I just make foolish mistakes. I would appreciate it if people stooped criticizing me for it.
                      We would all appreciate it if you bought Hooked on Phonics and used spell check.

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                      • #12
                        Hay JailGuard,

                        Yu beter stoop itt!!

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by 38allin
                          ...
                          If you are in college please learn to use the English language as well as you can. In our professions we are more likely to tell you in person that your writing skills are terrible, were as people in other lines of work would be more reserved.
                          As long as we're being fussy, that should be "whereas", not "were as".

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Monty Ealerman View Post
                            1. It depends. If you're Mr. Probably Dangerous you don't get all the courtesies.
                            2. It depends. Different courtrooms have different rules.
                            3. A) First there's a notice served that on or after such and such date the holder of the premises will be evicted. Then on or after the date specified there's a loud and persistent banging of a hammer-fist on the door along with loud announcement of the presence of the Sheriff's Department. The battering ram is an entry tool that is sometimes used when keys are not available and the Sheriff is being ignored. Sometimes a pry bar or other entry tool is used. I trust that you don't suppose that they would let a door lock stop them from doing their lawful duty. B) More per dwelling in the city than in the suburbs, but not as much more as before the foreclosure increases that have taken place in recent recent years.
                            Non Police, Non Sheriff, answering the non police's, sheriff's operational questions..

                            Originally posted by Monty Ealerman View Post
                            As long as we're being fussy, that should be "whereas", not "were as".
                            GFY,
                            (Don't you have a few threads where all the non police suck your *****. stroke your ego and where you gave yourselves imaginary, internet, military ranks?)

                            Regards,
                            ChiTownDet

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by RadioCheck View Post
                              College?? How about grammer school
                              If you are going to pick on someone for spelling, make sure you spell grammar correctly.

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