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BANGKOK 23 March 2019 01:11
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Top lawyer comments on motorcycle on footpath incident: Not attempted murder but assault

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I have to agree with this lawyer (must be western educated).

Netizens and Thaivisa members do tend to be a little over-the-top sometimes.

I hardly see this as attempted murder.

And as for other threads where there is talk of "crushing" the street racer's bikes, I realize TIT but that would hardly be a legal recourse.

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Instant 5000baht fine on the spot or confiscating their bikes would work if enforcement is done. 

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3 hours ago, overherebc said:

Pee on him afterwards and raise it to aggravated assault???

Nah, just trying to wake him up. 😆

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Top Thailand lawyer thinks this is not attempted murder? Rubbish. The motorbike weight.. Plus 2 people..plus the speed of travel could easily have killed someone on that pavement! 

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7 hours ago, Eligius said:

What a joke - consulting a Thai lawyer (and this one was clearly a genius, judging by his astute comments).

I have on occasion said to Thai law students: 'Don't you think it's rather strange and pointless -  studying Law when Thailand is a completely lawless land?'

They never see my point. They are so brainwashed, they really believe that Thailand abides by law.

If only ...

You still work here?

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9 hours ago, fruitman said:

Make him an example for the others....confiscate the scooter and put him in jail for a year.

Only a year??

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