Widder, SASS #59054 Posted July 22, 2020 Share Posted July 22, 2020 1. The cops pull over a suspected drunk driver. The Driver has a suspended drivers license. BUT, the driver also owns a reputable business selling household furniture and TV systems. The driver tells the cop that if he can disregard the drunk driver charge, he will help the officer(s) get a new TV..... for free. He's charged with bribery. 2. A known gang member is charged with possessing stolen TV's and other good stuff. The DA makes a deal with the gang member to lessen (or drop) some charges if the gang member cooperates (snitches) with the DA's office. Wouldn't BOTH of these be considered a Bribe? In both examples, something is being offered to lessen the charges. The refusal for both would warrant the bad guy going to jail. The acceptance of both would warrant a less penalty for the bad guy, with possible no jail time. ..........Widder Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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