r/PublicFreakout Oct 13 '21 Gold 1 Helpful 8 LOVE! 1 Crab Rave 1 Silver 9 Hugz 11 Starstruck 1 To The Stars 1 Wholesome 8

Yeah, you're a fool! 👮Audit Freakout

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u/JamesGray Oct 14 '21

36 US states actually have some sort of "Apology Law" that makes it not evidence of guilt to apologize as long as you don't directly admit guilt in your apology.

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u/antwan_benjamin Oct 14 '21

Is that criminal or civil?

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u/JamesGray Oct 14 '21

I'm not quite sure, someone just told me off for mentioning the Canadian law thing one time, and I confirmed by looking it up. Looks like it's definitely for civil issues from the fact it apparently originated from medical malpractice suits.

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u/antwan_benjamin Oct 14 '21

Makes sense. Thanks for looking it up.