- Why did everyone start to hate the Russians if the U.S. did the same thing in Afghanistan, Iraq?
- What needs to be corrected in the management of Russia first?
- Why did Blaise Pascal become a religious man at the end of his life?
- How do I know if a guy likes you?
- When they say "one generation", how many do they mean?
No. First of all, my husband will not commit a serious crime, and if he is suddenly going to be jailed unfairly, I will have to deal with the restoration of justice and not nonsense. And even if they put him in jail (which is highly unlikely, he doesn't even drive a car to suddenly run over someone, although of course I don't promise) then not for long.
Secondly, I'm all sick and disabled, and I'll be worse off in prison than my healthier husband.
And finally, this is some kind of nonsense.
No. Because of that.That I am a typical “self-made man”. All the well-being of both me and my circle rests on me and my contacts. If I “sit down” – and “there” I will not help myself and my relatives will only get worse. Your energy and resources should be directed in this case to a good lawyer, attempts to negotiate with the Investigation. relief of the hardships of incarceration and early parole.
And about the reasons and the like-NONSENSE! If the criminal is really close to you – regardless of what he has done – he is YOUR brother, son, wife, friend, etc. If it is “yours” , you will commit perjury, bribery, hiding it from the “authorities”, and so on. Well, if you think about it, if you start to “bargain with yourself” – then there are two options: a)he is not “yours” or б b) you are a complete scum …Option, as they say-choose for yourself….
No. Just because it's wrong. Everyone should take responsibility for their actions, no matter how painful it may be.
I am more interested in other answers here, I would never have thought that such abysses could open up on such a question. But you can immediately see who costs how much.
It depends on the situation, but I agree with the other unsubscribers that this is stupid. For a variety of reasons:
Is the person innocent? Seek justice with all your might, otherwise what's the point of ruining your life?
Is the person guilty of a serious crime? Maybe he deserved his prison sentence after all. It's one thing to visit, to help, to apply for early release , but it's another to take the blame on yourself. Are you sure that your loved one doesn't just want to take advantage of you? Such sacrifices are worthy of a very small number of people in our world.
Did a man commit a crime to save you? Well, it's all the more stupid to go to jail for it.
Like in the movies? But seriously, what would be the point? It's the same as for another person to pass all the exams, so that he entered the medical school and studied to be a surgeon. I would have been that surgeon.
True love is caring for the one you love. If you sat down for a loved one, then consider yourself lucky and you have a rare gift, you know how to really love. So yes, I would go to jail for a loved one.
No, I wouldn't sit down.
And how do we know that we sincerely answer ourselves, that in fact we can act differently from what we said.
I would put the question differently
If love is capable of manifesting this as its highest manifestation, then to hell with such love, it should not be used for abuse.
How did Yurka Klinskikh sing that song? “I took the blame!
I might have sat down, but who's going to take me? Recently there was a case where a man turned himself in. he asked for revenge on a friend, and confessed to the murder, but they did not listen to him, pointed to the door. scrap reports were already being reissued, and Sledak didn't want to admit that he'd screwed up.