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post #21 of 25 Old 03-12-2003
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This whole decision sounds a bit "fishy" to me. I think the kid who ran over the dink possibly knew someone and was able to get them to convince the dinghy owner to not press charges if he agreed to reimburse him 100% for damages.

It seems that kind of deal making happens a lot even off the water. Less hassle and paperwork for the legal system and people working it.
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As they say, the last place to look for justice is the justice system; and that includes USCG administrative hearings.
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post #23 of 25 Old 11-16-2006
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Where do the parties involved live in relation to where the event occurred?
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post #24 of 25 Old 11-16-2006
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Jones/Pigslo...this is a thread from 2003.
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LOL... Well, he was responding to Jones2r...who apparently doesn't read dates at all.

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