2016.02.26 Mark D. Sievers: ***ARREST*** GJ charged with Murder in the 1st Degree #2

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  1. No it's not

    No it's not that simple

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  2. beach

    beach Verified Expert

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    Reduced to $250,000, per his request? Slim to none, IMO. Considering the original bond, I find the amount he requested laughable. (He is asking for a reduction of appox. 95% of the original bond.)

    It's possible it might get reduced some but if it does, I would still think it would be somewhere in the $2 - $2.5 million mark (IOW, maybe half). But that is no more than a guess based on experience.

    It depends on several factors: 1) the strength of the SAO's arguments, 2) the strength of the defense's arguments, and 3.) most importantly, the Judge.

    Personally, I will be stunned if it is reduced enough that Mark would be able to secure the funds.
     
  3. Oregonmama

    Oregonmama Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Beach.

    This is the same judge that MS had when he was arraigned on the Saturday awhile ago? If he gets his bond released, and that's an IF, chaos will return. The girls are safe with Mary. All the possibilities of the outcome re lowering bond is insane.

    The true victims are TS and her family ONLY!
     
  4. IQuestion

    IQuestion Well-Known Member

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    ALWAYSSHOCKED...Well said!! If you can bear to listen to BS interviews one more time (something I do not recommend, btw..."gaslighting" must contain a genetic component?) the constant repeat of the words "they were so committed" ...."committed to each other"
    , "committed to changing the world." Apparently there are many interpretations for the word "COMMITTED".....such as "committed to custody"
    ...which is the one I like best!!!
    Miss ya' Paulie!
     
  5. human

    human Well-Known Member

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    Of course he was fine the eight months he was free, He is a psychopath and does not think he will face any consequences.

    He does not think he will face consquences, but jail is getting tedious. Probably no marijuana, no women, and the food is not good.
     
  6. MsJosie

    MsJosie Well-Known Member

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    I wish his neighbors could speak and let the Judge know all the antics he did to include the roof top incident, being in their yards, etc. What he did and does speaks volumes.
     
  7. FelicityLemon

    FelicityLemon Well-Known Member

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    There should be such a thing.

    IF he should get a bail reduction to $1m (ridiculous imo), 10% is needed to secure bond. $100,000 cash - BS home as collateral? Maybe MS has money stashed in offshore account?

    He couldn't use Jarvis home since it may be likely that the IRS is close to having a lien on it. Wonder if he made the required payment to prevent that? Doubt it.


    Lots of money for lawyer - I could see one performing pro bono with the idea of 40% of the insurance funds if he gets MS off. Lawyer taking a gamble for a big payday, some do.

    IF MS should be acquitted of murder, even on technicality, there are many other charges to ding-dong him with if certain entities desired. IRS, Federal government, State government, Civil Case wrongful death, etc.

    Watching tv last night, one murderer was indicted on the federal wire issue because he and his hired hand used the telephone to plan the murder. Yep.

    Those fools left so many breadcrumbs, that even if no witnesses had come forward, I believe all three would have been caught anyway and without too much time. The witnesses provided awesome information, so please don't misunderstand me - it's fabulous! Just saying that those juvenile communications between the dopes ...

    LE must have been getting face cramps from rolling their eyes (I'd be doing the happy dance if this wasn't a disgusting murder) every time something new and stupid was discovered.
     
  8. Oregonmama

    Oregonmama Well-Known Member

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    I get the feeling that MS will get the money from his mom and her partner. He talked to both of them several times alone through a video call. A few calls to his mommy reassuring her that he is innocent and confirming that he will pay back the bond money if he is released with his hidden cash to his mom's partner. He slammed his own family before and he will continue to abuse and swindle them more. I don't think he stands a chance to have his bond reduced but if he did, DCF would still have custody regardless. They wont let him move in with his kids if BS was awarded custody. We haven't even scratched the surface yet but i'm sure there are many skeletons in that family's closet.
     
  9. DaleTray

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    Nothing has changed since MS was incarcerated so why reduce it? It was determined he was a flight risk so they set it high. MS has now had time to confirm he will probably be incarcerated long and that CWW will be testifying. If anything the prosecutor should counter with a motion of request hearing to request increasing bond. Judge should see chance of MS grabbing 2 daughters and heading off-shore. Maybe BS and friend would even help him unknowingly. Surely the judge knows if bond is reachable for MS that throws a wrench into custody battle as well. Let's hope it's just a formality that the defense requested a hearing and the judge is going along and granting his hearing ,taking all steps thinking future of potential appeal now.
     
  10. observation

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    Noticing a lot of talk about MS getting money and posting bond. Guess what, IMHO not only will he not get the cash, but I would be shocked if he pulled this off. He is behind bars to stay. I will not entertain any thoughts otherwise. There is no way SMS will ever let that happen. He had personal glee escorting him out the door for his perp walk.


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  11. Greater Than

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    Yes, one of those earlier hearings that was scheduled has been removed from the docket.

    http://www.ca.cjis20.org/schedules/docket1.asp?judgeID=27&dateSelect=04/21/2016&css=1
     
  12. No it's not

    No it's not that simple

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    We don't want to forget, that MS was ordered bond on his 1 count of second degree murder w/o premeditation. 2 weeks after his arraignment/ bond hearing, he was officially charged for second degree and with an additional 1 count of conspiracy to commit murder. Even if the judge decides to lower the bond, he may very well consider now 2 counts of charges.

    Just saying..

    -Nin
     
  13. AlwaysShocked

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    Hey human, Thanks for the tip about this series of books. I found a Kindle special online for three of them. Read the first one already and LOVED it. The references and some of the lines just crack me up!
     
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    Sorry for the O/T but I've been thinking about the book title and description Human posted- now I'm going to definitely get it. Can't wait to read it- I leave for a short 5 day vacation and needed a book!

    I pray MS doesn't make bond. Ugh.
     
  15. DesiredJustice

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    Why not file a Wrongful Death suit against all 3 of these losers now?
    MS and his buds would additional $$$ for representation of that kind of case as well.
    TS family could begin eating up any available $$$ now to prevent accessible $$$ for bail, etc.
     
  16. beach

    beach Verified Expert

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    The timing of filing a wrongful death suit is bad. Specifically talking about MS here - as we all know he is currently facing serious criminal charges - 2nd degree murder and conspiracy . Nearly anything the plaintiffs' would want to ask in a depo, Mark could invoke his 5th amendment privilege. (right to decline to answer because it could incriminate him).

    Remember the Goldman's wrongful death suit against OJ Simpson? They waited to file that suit AFTER a verdict was rendered in the criminal trial for good reason. And they won that civil case. Big time. OJ could no longer invoke the 5th and refuse to answer their questions since he had already been acquitted.
     
  17. No it's not

    No it's not that simple

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    Very true, thank you, beach! On the other hand, they will have to file within 2 years since TS' death due to Statutes of Limitations in Florida. The limitations vary in different states. Just a heads up.

    http://www.leg.state.fl.us/Statutes...ing=&URL=0000-0099/0095/Sections/0095.11.html

    -Nin
     
  18. AZlawyer

    AZlawyer Verified Attorney

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    Actually, it seems from paragraph 10 of that statute that there is NO statute of limitations if the wrongful death is a result of murder.

    "(10) FOR INTENTIONAL TORTS RESULTING IN DEATH FROM ACTS DESCRIBED IN S. 782.04 OR S. 782.07.—Notwithstanding paragraph (4)(d), an action for wrongful death seeking damages authorized under s. 768.21 brought against a natural person for an intentional tort resulting in death from acts described in s. 782.04 or s. 782.07 may be commenced at any time. This subsection shall not be construed to require an arrest, the filing of formal criminal charges, or a conviction for a violation of s. 782.04 or s. 782.07 as a condition for filing a civil action."

    (782.04 is the murder statute.)
     
  19. No it's not

    No it's not that simple

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    Great info AZlawyer! It makes more sense too. If there is no statute of limitation for murder in general, an individual can be charged after x amount of years. Consequently that individual can be filed a lawsuit for wrongful death against after x amount of years too.

    Thanks AZ!

    -Nin
     
  20. howonkee

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    I don't understand why anyone would file for wrongful death when none of the perps have a pot to pee in, so to speak. Am I missing something? Unless MS somehow was exonerated and got the life insurance proceeds, what would be in it for them?
     

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