CFB OT: Deshaun Watson

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Grier stated pretty emphatically they weren’t going after Watson.

We’ll see I guess, but I don’t think it happens.
 
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So legal question - if the courts have said they don’t have enough evidence to charge him criminally - shouldn’t any related civil cases automatically be dropped? They can’t prove he committed a crime from how that seems.
 
So legal question - if the courts have said they don’t have enough evidence to charge him criminally - shouldn’t any related civil cases automatically be dropped? They can’t prove he committed a crime from how that seems.

Some of the women have already extorted settlements out of Watson. But to answer your question, no, Jameis Winston had to settle with His accuser even though charges were dropped.
 
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Some of the women have already extorted settlements out of Watson. But to answer your question, no, Jameis Winston had to settle with His accuser even though charges were dropped.
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Example:

Doctors make sure they a POON representative in the examination room as a wittiness while he provides medical care.

The second you sign a large contract get a chaperone POON to be on call 24-7 this the best $100,000.00 a year you’ll ever spend it protection.

If you don’t we’ll get an emergency savings account you will get pooned
 
So legal question - if the courts have said they don’t have enough evidence to charge him criminally - shouldn’t any related civil cases automatically be dropped? They can’t prove he committed a crime from how that seems.
Different standards in civil cases.

There are different standards in different circumstances. For example, in criminal cases, the burden of proving the defendant's guilt is on the prosecution, and they must establish that fact beyond a reasonable doubt. In civil cases, the plaintiff has the burden of proving his case by a preponderance of the evidence.
 
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