Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by chevyfumes, May 3, 2007.
I thought you lived in Washington
I live in the hearts and minds of all men and a few wimmens too...
I've been in the garage all day having fun with nOObs and you expect me to become all serious? WTF?
Just answer the damn question copper... Garage,? noobs,? I'll be back in a minute...
Sweet... I've found some pr0n on the net.
WTF is pron ???!!!
I absolutely hate assholes like that guy. They sit down at the Internet, read about the law for five minutes and wala, instant constitutional expert.
Right or wrong is not the discussion. The problem is there's too many people that think that we or someone like this lady need a warrant in all instances before they can enter private property. They are wrong. If they have the legal right to be there, in the performance of their duties, then no warrant is needed.
Just like the NRA mandates that we keep one gun nut on staff/per shift; our sick, demented ways dictate that we keep on staff folks who tend to keep up to date on rare stuff like this just so when the ACLU comes calling with their 10 legal eagles who think they know something, our lowly patrol officer can take them to constitutional school.
You won't have to go far, just look for thread that is ridiculously long
Hehehe I found it, as for this thread I wasn't really talking about his constitutional law ramblings but more about how she could just walk onto his property.
Lets just say for the sake of it that he had done nothing wrong and his asshole neighbors called to try and get him into trouble for what looks to be some sort of septic issues.
Would the inspector or the sheriff be in any sort of leagal trouble.
Because at that pooint wouldn't she be tresspassing and he be letting it happen?
And why not just show up with a court order?
If she has a legal right to be there in the performance of her duties, then she doesn't need a court order.
Ahh OK I see what yer saying...
I see what you're saying bubba, but where is the line drawn in the performance of her duties? Would it be different if there were a privacy fence surrounding the property? Besides his idiotic rambling, it just doesn't sit right with me.
Public health inspectors have alot of swing and if they think there is in anyway a problem they have the right to inspect, just like a cop would if he thought somone was in danger. It's not like a mechanic forced his way onto the property to inspect vehicles that may not run. It makes sense to me now.
I would have shot her for trespassing, or at least physically removed her from the property.
At least with the limited information that the video gives.
unless that was true but from the video you never know
And you would have been tazered or maced... I've had both and don't like either... mace was worse though... lasted much longer.
been maced more times then I can count and its no big deal, two and half years in prison you get to mace alot of cons
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