The gathering place for a merry band of Three Percenters. (As denounced by Bill Clinton on CNN!)
CCSD Capt Young-no absolutes, A is not always A,is is not is, all of your typical lefty premises that obfuscate the truth. Sue them for all they're worth. Hope that there are more legal groups lined up than just the ACLU.
Here is the tinyURL to part 2 of the story:http://tinyurl.com/nevjnl0207"Reasonable Suspicion" - as distinguished from "mere suspicion" - is defined as being an objective and articulable suspicion. Hunches and "finely honed cop's instincts" don't make the grade.By the way, "probable cause" is a set of facts and circumstances which would lead a reasonable person to conclude that a crime has been committed, is being committed or is about to be committed. BTW, evidence to establish probable cause need not necessarily be admissible in court. So hearsay IS allowable for establishing probable cause.Also, even if the arrest itself is not lawful - in Texas a cop my only arrest for a misdemeanor IN VIEW (felonies are fair game for arrest under suspicion only) - charges resulting from the arrest are entirely valid.
They don't need no stinking probable cause!Or a constitution or bill of rights either, in case you weren't paying attention.
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