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  • malcoms law dus?

    has anyone heard of a law called malcoms law that has anything to do with dus in south carolina?


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    I think I speak for many of us when I say:

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      I've read it a couple of times and can't figure out if it's a joke.

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      • #4

        Sure, I can translate. I know plenty of people who talk this way.

        "Dus" is how some people in the hood say 'dust' -- much as "hand" becomes 'han' in certain places where lazy speech is common.

        P.S. This post is rated "H" for a sense of humor. If you don't have one, you won't understand.

        The comments above reflect my personal opinion as a private citizen, ordinary motorist and all-around good guy.

        The aforementioned advice should not be construed to represent any type of professional opinion, legal counsel or other type of instruction with regard to traffic laws, judicial proceedings or official agency policy.


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          **installs Humor Sense 5.0 into his database**

          Oooohh!! Ha ha ha!
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          I Am the Sheepdog.

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          that we are all that stands between
          the monsters and the weak." - Michael Marks



          • #6
            I'm laughing, but it's still a dumb post. I''m referring to the original one.


            • #7
              I believe Malcolm's Law as you're referring to it (in a D.U.S.) means that if a driver proves that he/she wasn't driving under suspension, then the charge is stricken off the record.

              I've never heard it mentioned as you did, but as I'm sure you're well aware of, our DMV has been known to make mistakes and you can't convict someone of DUS if he/she was driving under "false" suspension (i.e., DMV screwed up and suspended the wrong driver's license). I think "Malcolm's Law" would apply in that instance that the charge wouldn't show on that person's record. Make sense?
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