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#25 - There is something called " the good samaritan law" …  [+] (15 replies) 08/19/2015 on #Feminism +45
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#71 - badsamaritan (08/20/2015) [-]
Never heard of it
#59 - reginleif (08/20/2015) [-]
**reginleif used "*roll picture*"**
**reginleif rolled image** I think those are strongest in Europe, in the US you help at your own risk in some states.


Actually in Europe, there is a duty to assist depending on what country you are from.
#88 - anon (08/20/2015) [-]
Wait! Some countries don't have a duty to help?! So your could just watch someone drown and laugh at it? That can't be legal. I mean if you see someone dying and could easily save him without endangering youself but don't, you basically just killed that person yourself.
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#109 - reginleif (08/20/2015) [-]
Anon, as one lawyer famous put it, I could watch someone choke on chicken, dance around them and sing "Chicken bone, Chicken bone choking on a Chicken bone!" and be free from the law.

Europe believes in "doing the right thing" and so makes laws with no problem, in the US the concept of personal liberty is strong and so they err on that side. There's advantages and disadvantages to both ideas.

But if it makes you feel any better citizens are required to at the very least report murders, and the molestation of children.
#104 - skebaba (08/20/2015) [-]
Not really. You just let the water kill him without intervening more likely.
#67 - anon (08/20/2015) [-]
Colorado where I'm from has pretty solid Good Samaritan laws currently no one has ever been successfully sued for helping in good faith as far as I know.(They like to point that out every time you take CPR lol.)
#31 - anon (08/19/2015) [-]
So if you finger someone while saving them, it's perfectly okay?
#66 - anon (08/20/2015) [-]
You can't be sued over anything done in good faith(like giving CPR the wrong way by mistake), you can still be sued for things not done in good faith.

The term is pretty vague so you could get away with a fair number of fuck ups but that would likely be hard to prove you believed it would save them.....
#44 - BloodyTurds (08/20/2015) [-]
If it can reasonably be said that it you believed it was somehow required to do so, or it was unintentional. Then yes...
(For example if they were shot in the vagina, and you had to stick your fingers in to plug up the bleeding)
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#36 - jewfrosdsd (08/19/2015) [-]
Well they wouldn't be able to sue over saving what I would assume her life, but you could sue them for sexual harassment.
#34 - anon (08/19/2015) [-]
No, because then it's considered "gross misconduct".
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#28 - Yukimaru (08/19/2015) [-]
Not in most countries. Canada has it but I don't think the US does for example. I know in the US if you aren't emergency personnel and you try and save someone they can sue you.
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#35 - nywrestler (08/19/2015) [-]
Didn't you ever see the finale of Seinfeld?
#32 - anon (08/19/2015) [-]
In the US, it depends on a state by state basis. For example, the 2000 Federal Cardiac Arrest Survival Act grants those who administer CPR or use an AED immunity from civil charges, except in instances of willful misconduct or gross negligence. If someone cannot answer you when you ask if they need assistance, consent is implied because they unable to speak for themselves due to the life threatening event taking place.
#134 - Cocker Spaniel Masterrace.  [+] (2 replies) 08/18/2015 on 100 Years of Breed... 0
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#236 - tankeruber (08/18/2015) [-]
All about the English Springer Spaniel / Russian Spaniel.
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#199 - therealfell (08/18/2015) [-]
they're prone to a lot of health problems, too
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#65 - IRC Harley Quinn was manipulated into being bad by the joker. …  [+] (1 reply) 08/15/2015 on *cough cough* Fantastic Four -1
#76 - mattoland (08/15/2015) [-]
How is that not a valid reason? Not all villains need daddy issues