Ibechillen33 karma2017-01-03 00:10:34 UTC
How do you feel about the guy in california who got charged with a dui after cutting an officer off in traffic? He passed a breathalyzer and blood test and only had caffiene in his system. Charges we just dropped a few days ago luckily after fighting them since august.
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Ibechillen6 karma2017-01-03 00:22:56 UTC
Are you offered any kind of incentives or reward for # of arrests made?
Do oficers with a history of making false arrests actually recieve any kind of punishment?
You seem to have a level head and i respect that, I saw what you answered about not pursing to charge someone who didnt appear intoxicated after a few beers a little further down.
Ibechillen1 karma2017-01-03 00:43:55 UTC
Wouldnt it essentially be the same as riding intoxicated like if you took a taxi home from a bar?
I could see open containers and drinking while riding still happening.
"'I'm sure more people will be getting drunk though, because people will generally use anything as a reason."
^ ain't that the truth.
Ibechillen0 karma2017-01-03 00:55:58 UTC
By false arrest i meant like the one above with the caffiene, obviously that should not have resulted in a dui arrest and he should have been allowed to drive off. Whats to stop that officer from doing it again?
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