10 Things To Remember When Confronted By The Cops

Submitted by: Snoogans 9 years ago
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Hopefully this advice will not come in handy, but just in case.
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Male 130
pretty kool .... i guess i dont think im gonna get arested anytime soon lol
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Female 1,398
This is so obvious I laughed out loud for the people that didn`t know this already.
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Male 41
I just remembered something, if you say they can`t search they can get suspitious and call for back up or a drug sniffing dog. I don`t personally know, so don`t hold me on that. Some places have weird local laws that can help you too, if you know them, for instance someplace in Idaho if a police officer suspects you are having sex in your car they have to wait a few minutes to give you time to get dressed before they can come up to your car if I remember that correctly. They might not even follow those kind of laws though but its nice to know just in case XD just look on one of those dumb-laws sites.
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Male 159
Chrom... that has nothing to do with probable cause. If the officers have probable cause, they are not going to ask. I know an officer that will ask to search every car with 4 kids in it. If they say no, he moves on. But, on occasion, he gets a "sure", so he searches. He`s found stuff on a search where he had no probable cause, but consent. Go figure...
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Male 152
OK. The front part says to make yourself their bitch, and the end part says to be like a bitch to them. Mixed messages...
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Male 1
This is complete and Utter BS as no one knows what probable cause is!!! I work at a PD and I know for a fact this is crap

5. No Searching.
Do not allow the police to search anywhere! If the police officer asks, they do not have the right to search and must have your consent. If you are asked make sure you proclaim to any witnesses that "You (the police) do not have consent to search." If they perform the search anyway, that evidence may be thrown out later. Also, if you consent to a search, the officers may find something that you had no idea you had placed somewhere, ie: marijuana left by a friend. Remember, that denying the police consent to search DOES NOT give them the probable cause they would need to conduct a search.

Mitch

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Male 10,440
I`ll be sure to remember these... handy hints
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Male 1,072
Funny how these teens 13-17 try to big up their parties and stuff yes wait until your mummys are out shopping and throw your roxxors parties.
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Male 3,619
hmm... im norwegian, do you think this will worjk the laws of norway? lol
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Female 850
I say a guy who was pulled over by my house. He said NO! U may NOT search my car. He had no slur or any other signs of being drunk. They did a search anyway. He is now in jail for: Having alchol in his car. NONE missing from the case. Justice?
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Female 878
D:
I`m scared.
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Female 27
Don`t you just love police?
They`re so annoying =)
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Male 159
Indiana... that`s where I`m from.

Malletman, some people (drunk, of course) in Indiana think they can request a blood test, but the law here actually reads something to the effect that a blood test can be offered. It doesn`t say anything about being requested. It just gives another option for the police.

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Male 342
i preferred reading the `14 most evil companies` article, and the one about the us congress being essentially full of criminals. i guess they`re stating the obvious but still interesting to read just how much we`re getting fuc`ked every day of our lives by the people who are supposed to serve us fairly and protect us.
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Male 679
[quote]On 10/11/2007 8:48:03 PM anthropology wrote: I like how it doesn`t mention what to do if you are stopped for a DUI. The rule of thumb used to be "don`t blow", but now that gets in more trouble than not. [/quote]

However, in most states, you CAN request a blood test, in which case they take you in to the station and have you sit for an hour before.

RE: Searches:
I know in FL at least, if you have a party in a screen-enclosed pool area, it`s not considered plain sight.

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Female 71
[quote]On 10/11/2007 10:25:21 PM BubbaLuvSpon wrote: anthropology... first off, don`t drink and drive. second, where I live, if you are offered a test and refuse, then you automatically lose you license for 1 yr. Also, when you go to jail, you MUST stay in for at least 15 hrs before you can be released. If you do take the test and fail, you usually only lose your license while the case is pending. That`s if it`s a first offense. When you go to jail, they release you as soon as your sober. [/quote]

Honestly, you should have stopped with "don`t drink and drive" or at least given the state that the information you are offering is applicable to.

Me, I`m happy that we have stringent DUI laws in a state that I`m not going to divulge. :-D ;-)

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Male 1,371
i prefer "how to not get your ass kicked by the police"
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Female 761
Make them laugh. Ask Gabriel Iglesias
Right here
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Male 159
anthropology... first off, don`t drink and drive.

second, where I live, if you are offered a test and refuse, then you automatically lose you license for 1 yr. Also, when you go to jail, you MUST stay in for at least 15 hrs before you can be released. If you do take the test and fail, you usually only lose your license while the case is pending. That`s if it`s a first offense. When you go to jail, they release you as soon as your sober.

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Female 71
I like how it doesn`t mention what to do if you are stopped for a DUI. The rule of thumb used to be "don`t blow", but now that gets in more trouble than not.
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Female 205
Wait, it said don`t leave your home? I`ve always heard to step outside onto the doorstep and talk to them there, because if something was going on inside, the cops could see it through the door and wouldn`t need a warrant.
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Female 1,832
Ambiguously Gay Duo ... i dunno why I said that ...
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Male 179
if i have nothing to hide, I have nothing to worry about.
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Male 301
Cops have been known to beat people up too... even tho it is illegal
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Male 2,781
RIG UP A VIDEOCAMERA IN YOUR CAR JUST IN CASE SOME PUNK COP MAKES UP SH`T.
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Female 1,589
"here`s a question.... lets say im having a party and i have alot of ppl all over my place, (in the backyard, in the front yard, inside the house). are cops allowed to come in and look around or whatever. and yes there is music playing, ppl drinking. ppl drinking illegally. cuz i always get paranoid when i have parties and what not."

If people are drinking in the front yard and are underage, then yes, they can be arrested. If let`s say there is a noise complaint, they come over, and you open the door, and they SEE the underage drinking. Yes, they can be arrested. If they can`t see it from the door, you are ok. If they ask to come inside and look around, ask for a warrant. Least, that`s the law in Ontario...

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Male 946
usefull i suppose ...
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Female 1,299
this is for america right? british policemen rock- they let you sit on thiir motor bikes and pose for pics with kids. us police are non-nice individuals
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Female 441
^^^^ LMAO...acdc rocks91
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Male 318
oh its ok, im not black
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Male 2,372
But....but.......policemen NEVER lie...
:-(:-(:-(
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Male 206
"Heres some more bull, I watched cops this one time and this cop arrested this one guy with posession of counterfeit contraband, it was sugar wrapped up in saran wrap he was going to sell as cocaine WTF."

This is still illegal, it is called Intent to sell, even if it`s not actually drugs.

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Male 149
Uh Oh.....
I smell bacon......
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Male 4,012
useful
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Female 532
Oh, haha BigWaFuu... How long did it take you to come up with that one?

Which band Iggoramma? I`m in AZ too, and I have a friend who does a lot of local gigs up north here and down in Phx....

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Male 1,162
Here`s tip #11... Don`t break the law.
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Female 59
I suppose that`s what happens when you`re 15 and hanging in the local scene though... the sad thing is that I am honestly more responsible then most of my older friends.
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Female 59
Man I wish I had read this a couple of weeks ago when I was at work.....and just for an fyi, I work for a local band here in AZ and they play house parties every once and a while... damn host of the party was hosting it on an abandoned property, so the neighbors called the sheriff`s office... jackasses we total mcnon-nice individuals...

we had no clue the place was abandoned, we were just there to perform...well...ok i`m not in the band performing, but i work for them, so i came along too...

long story short, i had to call my parents and have them pick me up in the middle of nowhere while i was left alone with this one dickhead deputy who kept giving me crap about my tattoo and how i should be a more responsible adolescent...

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Female 532
Not bad, not bad... I just thank my lucky stars I have Pre-Paid Legal, and all I have to do is hand the cop my lawyer`s card as I dial the number, any time, day or night...

lol, sorry, but I love having lawyers at my beck and call, didn`t mean to advertise there

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Male 173
Very good advice.
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Male 1,348
Call them little piggies and make oinking noises. Try it next time they love it!
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Male 41
I guess those are mostly common sense. I still dont think its fair for them to charge you with resisting arrest if you run a little or don`t let them cuff you right away, because its a fight or flight reaction not stay still and do as your told, its a reflex if you see someone running at you you run away. Heres some more bull, I watched cops this one time and this cop arrested this one guy with posession of counterfeit contraband, it was sugar wrapped up in saran wrap he was going to sell as cocaine WTF.
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Male 55
well i never let anyone drink in the front. thats just dumb. but ive been to alot of parties and they have never ever gone inside. i find it kinda weird. and what if something was to happen. lets say some 19 y/o gets drunk at my place and drives, crashes and kills them self or someone else. can i, or more likely, my parents be held accountable?
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Male 1,111
too bad the guy said "assault" if you hit an officer it`s battery.

A lot of it depends on the cops, the situation when they arrive, and the reason they`re there.
Ex: if they`re called for a noise complaint, they can come tell you to keep quiet but as lon gas everyone outside or that talks to the cops is of age then they can`t legally do much else. Just depends on the current situation

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Male 55
here`s a question.... lets say im having a party and i have alot of ppl all over my place, (in the backyard, in the front yard, inside the house). are cops allowed to come in and look around or whatever. and yes there is music playing, ppl drinking. ppl drinking illegally. cuz i always get paranoid when i have parties and what not.
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Female 665
hm interesting. sounds pretty helpful
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Male 2,958
"My name is ____, I live at _____, this is my State Issued photo ID. I am affirming my fifth amendment right not to incriminate myself and will not answer any more questions or consent to anything without my lawyer present."

Shut up and wait for a ticket or a lawyer.

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Female 1,589
I learned all this in grade 11 law class. ^___^
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Male 761
i think #1 "Don`t Talk" and #7 "Do Not Talk Sh*t to the Police" are pretty much the same

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Male 869
Link: 10 Things To Remember When Confronted By The Cops [Rate Link] - Hopefully this advice will not come in handy, but just in case.
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