Monday, April 2, 2018

We've discovered a third pending court case for my nephew, Noah Hayes Shuler, giving him court dates -- in three separate cases -- over next month or so


Noah Shuler
My nephew, Noah Hayes Shuler, has a third court case, public records show. That gives him three alleged offenses between May 22, 2017, and Feb. 25, 2018. The kid has more court dates than "Bugs" Moran. Before long, we'll be seeing bumper stickers: "Honk if you've arrested Noah Shuler."

The latest case is Village of Indian Point v. Noah Hayes Shuler (18SN-MU00018). Indian Point is a village near Branson, and Noah was driving there -- has anyone thought of taking this kid's car away? -- when he was stopped and ticketed for "operating a vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility. That's a fancy term for driving without insurance. (Ticket is embedded at the end of this post.)

A court date was set for March 20 in Stone County. Like Noah's possession of drug-paraphernalia case, the insurance case has disappeared from case.net -- so it's impossible to know how it was disposed, or if it was disposed.

This sounds like the kind of case where Noah could pay the fine via mail and be done with it. But his father -- my lawyer-brother David Shuler -- has entered a not guilty plea in a speeding case where Noah was clocked at 88 mph in a 60 zone, so maybe he will fight this one, too.

Oddly, no traffic violation is listed in the Indian Point case. It seems an officer would have to observe a traffic violation in order to stop Noah and determine he was driving without insurance. But no such violation is listed on the ticket.

Here is a roundup of Noah's recent cases:

(1) Speeding (exceeded speed limit by 20-25 mph), May 22, 2017, Springfield, MO -- next court date: April 6, 2018;

(2) Possession of drug paraphernalia, Dec., 30, 2017, Sparta, MO -- next court date: April 12, 2018;

(3) Operating a vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility, Feb. 25, 2018 -- court date: March 20, 2018

Funny thing . . . I grew up in about as law-abiding a family as you can imagine. I'm not aware of anyone in my immediate family who has ever had legitimate criminal charges brought against them.
I'm not even aware of speeding tickets -- and if there have been, I'm pretty sure they were the kind where you pay a small fine via mail. None of this driving 88 in a 60 zone.

But  here is a nephew with three court dates -- for three separate incidents -- over the next month or so.

His father is a lawyer. Guess that's a good thing.


(To be continued)




19 comments:

Anonymous said...

Three court cases in way less than a year? That's damned impressive for a 19-year-old.

Anonymous said...

Daddy will get him off on all this stuff -- nothing to worry about.

Anonymous said...

Apologists coming for landing in 1 . . . 2 . . . 3 . . .

Anonymous said...

"Honk if you've arrested Noah Shuler"


Hah!

Anonymous said...

It's ok for commenters to make fun of Noah, isn't it Roger? But God forbid they make fun of you. Those comments would never see the light of day.

legalschnauzer said...

If Noah's that sensitive, maybe he should try staying off the crime blotter.

Anonymous said...

Back in the day, I wish I'd had a daddy who could get my goofs erased from case.net.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, @5:06, Schnauzer's had it easy.

Been thrown in jail for five months -- for blogging.

Had his house stolen from him.

Watched cops break his wife's arm.

Been unlawfully evicted.

Sounds like a real joyride. And all along, he's had a lawyer-brother who has done nothing to help and has done a lot to hurt.

Pretty sorry brother I'd say. But I guess you have no concerns about that. When have you last inquired about Carol's arm?

When Noah gets caught by the cops, it's "woe is me." When Mr. and Mrs. Schnauzer get abused by the cops, do you care? I doubt it.

Anonymous said...

They are a little late, but I see the apologists have arrived.

Anonymous said...

The real jokes here are Noah's parents. They did a sucky job, and now the rest of us are paying for it.

Anonymous said...

Actually, I've seen quite a few comments here that poke fun at LS. So, he does run them. But if he chose not to run them, that's his right -- it's his blog. If you don't like it, @5:06, maybe you should start your own blog.

You seem to be claiming hypocrisy, but I notice that you don't put your name on your comment, while Schnauzer puts his name on everything here.

Anonymous said...

The kid's got three court cases, all at one time, in less than a year. He's just asking to have people make fun of him. His behavior is a joke, and his holier-than-thou parents are the worst joke of all.

Anonymous said...

5:29 - no he doesn't. And every time I point it out, it doesn't get published. Betting this one doesn't either.

legalschnauzer said...

@6:08 --

You say "every time I point it out." Who is "I"? If you are going to attack somebody, probably in a childish or crude way, have the decency to identify yourself. You, of course, can't do that, so you come off as a shell of a "human." You also come across as a fraud, and I'm not in the business of giving space to frauds.

Anonymous said...

Young Noah had three sandwich bags with him, each with MJ residue? No regular user keeps three baggies with him. Sounds like a dealer to me.

Anonymous said...

Noah is a spoiled brat. Everyone who has been around him knows that. He'll be in more trouble soon.

Anonymous said...

He reminds me of Roy Moore's son. Always in trouble.

Anonymous said...

Noah thinks he's above it all, that he's not supposed to be held accountable. Piss . . . poor . . . parenting.

legalschnauzer said...

Some comments are not going into the moderation cue, so I will publish them under my name, with the commenters "Anonymous" (or other) signature. Hope to have problem cleared up soon.


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