There needs to be “probable cause” to make an arrest. If the officer has probable cause then he/she can make an arrest, investigate further, obtain evidence, etc, etc. If you tie an officer’s hands to the point where they are not allowed to collect evidence involved in a crime you might as well not have any laws because there won’t be an convictions in court.
June 28, 2013 at 1:01pm
In South Dakota we have “implied consent”. If you’re operating a vehicle you’ve already consented to give blood. We also get a search warrant now due to a recent supreme court case. Without these measures there would be no consequences for DUI drivers. A blood sample is the only solid evidence that stands up in court. Don’t want your blood taken—-don’t drink and drive.
What if I wasn't drinking and they want to take my blood? What do I do then you idiot?
No it's more like:
Don't want your blood taken, don't get a driving permit.
You said it yourself, it doesn't happen because you are suspected, when you sign up to drive it's "implied" you consent.
So... During the curfew checks, also known as DUI check points, let's say they bring a judge on site. They stop every other motorist and request a blood sample, if you refuse because you have a phobia of needles and blood loss they get the onsite judge to draw up and sign a warrant because obviously anyone not wanting to submit a sample has something to hide. This is where this is headed.
You are a useful idiot. You are letting your emotional hate of the vile that is drunk driving allow those you should not trust to have more power over your own pursuit of happiness. You are the very definition of useful idiot.
If you don't want to give your blood, then you blow into the little machine. Much, much easier for everybody involved.
How about this? When you buy a house, you give "implied consent" to have it searched and ransacked by the state at any time for any reason or cause, we're looking for terrorists. If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to worry about right? Now, bend over... Oh, your wife? Don't worry, we'll take reaaaal good care of her.
Toally agree KEVININTAMPA, btw SUPERFLY sounds like an authoritarian cop and wouldn't be surprised if he is one or maybe just like one of those in the video.
I don't drink myself & am against drinking and driving 100%, but if I were ever subject to such an act of forced detainment I would sue the hell out of them. I'll bet a good lawyer can prove this to be totally unconstitutional no matter if a corrupt judge, sheriff, patrol thug or otherwise says its legal in their county. This opens the door for any & everything. especially these days when the public can no longer trust LEO's to do the right thing for the people. It's all about pulling in revenue for the department.
This is sickening, especially the big masked lug holding the peoples head like he's ready to snap it off. I guess they enjoy emulating Abu Grahb prison in Iraq.
There needs to be "probable cause" to make an arrest. If the officer has probable cause then he/she can make an arrest, investigate further, obtain evidence, etc, etc. If you tie an officer's hands to the point where they are not allowed to collect evidence involved in a crime you might as well not have any laws because there won't be an convictions in court.
COMMIES.IN.THE.WIRE - you would sue them? I bet that has them shaking in their boots. The only way this stops is with violence. Cops are barely functioning retards. Those are the only people they can hire wiling to do sh*t this insanely f*cking wrong. Until there are actual, real consequences for their behavior, you can look forward to this and far worse. Remember the old saying power corrupts? Well here it is and it is the very definition of corrupt.
April 11, 2013 at 1:20am
I think 90% of Americans agree with background checks——the ones that are already in place.
April 7, 2013 at 8:45pm
Ha! Tell that to black people and native americans. What a moron.
April 5, 2013 at 11:44pm
The idiots and liberal are taking over Oregon just like they did Colorado. I know there are quite a few Sheriff’s in Oregon that are not going to go along with this nonsense.
April 3, 2013 at 9:33pm
I work as a deputy sheriff and I can assure you that no one that I work with would ever dream of taking anyone’s guns. Police officers believe in the 2nd Amendment more than anyone. It’s unfortunate that police chiefs have to take orders and stand behind the president as props while he spouts this nonsense. That’s why you see so many sheriff’s in this country taking a stand against these ineffective gun control measures—because they are elected officials and stand up for their people and the Constitution.