1: That just makes it funnier. 2: General Practice. Mostly civil but I'm not a stranger to the criminal bar. Criminal law is also a bar tested subject. One of my mentees is now a prosecutor in AZ and we discuss current events like this continuously. I'm more than familiar. 3: The end of the article is the only part that mentions it and it doesn't say the sign was up when Arbery was there which is your claim. If you claim otherwise you'll need to quote the section directly. 4: Yes, just let the person go whom you have no legal authority to run to ground and seize under the 4th amendment. Their want to be good neighbors doesn't either absolve them of their felonies, or allow them into citizen's arrest. 5: Their statements days later doubled down on the initial statements chief or didn't you watch the preliminary hearing where all that came out? You can always elaborate on what you said, but humans tend to judge someone from the first blush. Particularly jurors. Jurors are also generally suspicious when the story at the scene and days later changes at trial so radically. 6: Except to shelter under CA you need a current crime. Greg admits he didn't have that, and Travis didn't see **** so he can't. Roddie is in a similar boat to Travis, he witnessed no crime allowing him to CA anyone and therefore his actions constitute a felony. That's exactly how CA works so... they will. IDK why don't you go FINALLY watch the ****ing preliminary hearing and you can hear the statement that Travis gave to investigators where he admits to pointing a gun at Arbery and ordering him to get on the ground. Greg and Travis chasing is the initial aggression legally speaking. Which means without CA, they're ****ed. They're not going to be able to get CA, ergo they're ****ed.