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#99 - In highschool i had an english teacher that went over some law…  [+] (10 replies) 01/16/2016 on Thanks, FB +16
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#201 - neokun (01/16/2016) [-]
I hate how robotic people act when it comes to laws. Why can't we have a sense of anarchic common sense.
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#206 - maximusboy (01/16/2016) [-]
Sadly that's too ideal. It would lead to more criminals going free or innocent people being punished.
#149 - iwantattention (01/16/2016) [-]
In Denmark trying to save a person, or a persons thing, is a sure reason to not become leagally accountable. unless you inexcusbly fuck up
#126 - anon (01/16/2016) [-]
Some states have passed good Samaritan laws which now protect people who try and render aid to those in need. Basically, if you stop and give CPR to a person in trouble but they die anyway, you can't be sued. The exception of course is if you intended to cause the person more harm.
#133 - ironfish (01/16/2016) [-]
You are only protected on Good Samaritan IF you are CPR certified by Red Cross or American Heart Association or something, if you perform CPR with current certification you are not protected at al
#200 - anon (01/16/2016) [-]
that varies depending on where you are. in some states in the US you don't have to be certified and the law still applies.
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#131 - sooshishef (01/16/2016) [-]
Good samaritan laws also protect the person helping so that in the event that a bad situation turns worse and they can't follow through with saving the person and that person dies, the one trying to help isn't charged with anything. Basically if they would die trying to save someone they aren't obloligated to.
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#105 - dammriver (01/16/2016) [-]
Actually, they can sue the firefighters. If you do something as an ordinary citizen (in the U.S., anyway), and it isn't completely stupid, you can be protected under the Good Samaritan Law.
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#101 - jaxxlaxx (01/16/2016) [-]
its close to the truth. As by trying to save them from whatever is going on could actually endanger them more/ worsen the outcome. Thus they could be held culpable for their actions.

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