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Posted: 3/16/2002 5:45:32 AM EDT
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 5:58:28 AM EDT
This is why it's best to use the DSS system. (Don't Say Shit)
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 6:53:16 AM EDT
Criminals confess to crimes they actually commited, only to have the confession thrown out because the cops screw up the tangled rules the SCOTUS has legislated. Shows like 20/20, a fine objective program I'm sure, no doubt attempt to convince us that criminals confess to things they didnt do. After all, criminals are little lost sheep that need to be hugged extra hard.
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 7:25:58 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Avtomat: Criminals confess to crimes they actually commited, only to have the confession thrown out because the cops screw up the tangled rules the SCOTUS has legislated. Shows like 20/20, a fine objective program I'm sure, no doubt attempt to convince us that criminals confess to things they didnt do. After all, criminals are little lost sheep that need to be hugged extra hard.
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It's just as likely that they were trying to show us that anybody can be a victim of overzealous cops. Kind of like oneshooter.
Link Posted: 3/17/2002 6:07:36 AM EDT
Don't know about the rest of you out there but long ago I decided that if I'm ever taken into the police station for ANY reason...the first words out of my mouth to any type of question...(even if it's just "what's your name?")...will be...."I WANT A FUCKIN LAWYER"...end of conversation
Link Posted: 3/17/2002 6:23:49 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Will220: Don't know about the rest of you out there but long ago I decided that if I'm ever taken into the police station for ANY reason...the first words out of my mouth to any type of question...(even if it's just "what's your name?")...will be...."I WANT A FUCKIN LAWYER"...end of conversation
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I've only been arrested once, on a bullshit disorderly conduct charge, and asking for a lawyer wasn't the first answer I gave to any questions. If I remember correctly my first answer after being arrested was "F*ck you you fat doughnut eating faggot!". I spent almost a whole 15 minutes in the pokey before my sister (attorney) got me out with a quick call to the judge, a family friend, at 3am in the morning. Had the cop been a little nicer I would have been a little more polite. As it turned out, I got a tour of the city jail, I got to cuss an asshole cop for about 30 minutes with impunity and I had some breakfast with my sister and her law partner and it was all free of charge. Not a bad experience at all IMHO. [:)]
Link Posted: 3/17/2002 6:33:33 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Ponyboy:
Originally Posted By Will220: Don't know about the rest of you out there but long ago I decided that if I'm ever taken into the police station for ANY reason...the first words out of my mouth to any type of question...(even if it's just "what's your name?")...will be...."I WANT A FUCKIN LAWYER"...end of conversation
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I've only been arrested once, on a bullshit disorderly conduct charge, and asking for a lawyer wasn't the first answer I gave to any questions. If I remember correctly my first answer after being arrested was "F*ck you you fat doughnut eating faggot!". I spent almost a whole 15 minutes in the pokey before my sister (attorney) got me out with a quick call to the judge, a family friend, at 3am in the morning. Had the cop been a little nicer I would have been a little more polite. As it turned out, I got a tour of the city jail, I got to cuss an asshole cop for about 30 minutes with impunity and I had some breakfast with my sister and her law partner and it was all free of charge. Not a bad experience at all IMHO. [:)]
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LOL
Link Posted: 3/17/2002 6:39:08 AM EDT
Always stand on your rights and refuse to speak without an attorney present. Nothing you can say without an attorney present can help you, only hurt. Just ask oneshot1kill what he would do the next time the police want to ask him a few questions.
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