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Old 07-28-2014, 11:19 AM   #76
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Originally Posted by Holly Love View Post
Right, and we are to teach our offspring to respect them? Naw.... Same thing... you call them for help and you are in trouble. The sooner these folks out in the suburbs get what the inner city folks have been saying for decades... we'll be cool. Unfortunately, I have had to teach mine, that we handle our issues internally. The police are more for protecting the rights of the real criminal than the rights of us little victims. STFU
That's actually not accurate. Don't get it twisted: cops do their jobs, for the most part, very well.

You just have to remember that 'helping you' is not in their job description.

Keep the peace? Sure.

Uphold the law? You bet.

Put themselves between you and harm, if necessary? Sometimes it comes to that.

But woe betide you if you did something that put you on their 'to do' list. They don't have the luxury of doing anything but following the rules, especially nowadays, when cell-phones are everywhere and one mis-step can mean your job.

Compassion has been bred out of the modern police force - it is seen as a liability.

....and teaching your kids to not respect the police is a good way to end up visiting them in jail, or worse - even if you don't like them you'd better respect the fact that they have a badge and a gun and can, if given sufficient reason, shoot you dead and get away with it.

When dealing with the cops, keeping calm, restricting sudden movements to a minimum, and acting as if they are very, very dangerous sleeping tigers that should not be poked, prodded and provoked - well, those are just basic fricking survival skills.

Oh, and for the love of god, when a cop tells you to leave, and you are in a public place? Go. Just go. If ya stay, you are probably getting a set of bracelets and a trip in a cop car. IJS.
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Old 12-15-2015, 07:07 AM   #77
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Few other things to remember when dealing with cops they are allowed to LIE when questioning you. Remember once you are in the criminal justice system you are just a number and frankly cops get there jollies by destroying someone’s life (even if innocent) than doing the right thing which is to discover the truth and evidence to support that truth and then turn it over to the DA to decide what to do.

The best thing you can ever do is to keep your mouth shut and lawyer up.
There is the element of politics as well. The DA can choose to drop a case for any reason or go after something hard that seems ridiculous. You rarely see major resources in LE dedicated prostitution.

However, I would not say a word. LE's job is to make arrests. They are experts at intimidation and playing to your fears whether they have any real evidence or not. You make it easy for them to make assumptions when you open your month. Then use what you say against you to make an arrest. Suppose they do have surveillance video, they probably still have nothing but you would definitely want to shut up and get a blood-sucker.

My understand is that most LE will show up due to complaints from neighbors. Some nosy neighbor with nothing else to do will notice 10 different guys per day coming in and out of the same girls apartment. They get noticed usually due to poor TCB. If the provider sees AA you will greatly increase potential for getting notices. (IE: Not DWB but FWB). Of course this will depend on the neighborhood.

But if you are stopped while on foot and the cop is a fat-ass, run! (joking, sort of)
Feeling lucky, punk?

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Old 06-18-2016, 10:04 AM   #78
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I beat a DWI charge by telling the office nothing. Every time he ask a question I just answered by saying I want an attorney first. Did this about 20 times and then he yelled at me "YOUR NOT ENTITLED TO AN ATTORNEY". Didn't take any tests or blow.

At trial the jury listened to the video and my attorney argured his client is always entitled to an attorned and that it is not a crime to not talk with a police officer. 15 minutes and "not guilty".
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