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Bumper Pacing Illegal?

Discussion in 'Speeding Tickets, Traffic & Moving Violations' started by coworker23, Feb 2, 2011.

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  1. mightymoose

    mightymoose Moderator

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    I don't condone it at all.
    I think you are too personally involved to see the holes here. If you want to achieve the goals you are setting then you will need legal assistance to do so, and a lot more evidence of wrongdoing than you are providing here.
    The officer has not been proven to have done anything wrong, and it seems that on your present course he won't be.

    You certainly have a right to make a complaint against the officer, and internal affairs will investigate the matter... eventually. Don't expect any significant results unless you come up with something better.
     
  2. coworker23

    coworker23 Law Topic Starter New Member

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    I am still confused, not sure how you don't see fabricating evidence as being wrong doing, but none the less it's been fun.

    The D.A. has requested the evidence I have regarding this matter and I will be providing it to him.

    Thanks for your time.
     
  3. coworker23

    coworker23 Law Topic Starter New Member

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    You would have to agree at this point if an Officer lies, about anything for that matter, in witness testimony to a trial (or again for anything for that matter), and we aren't talking about stretching the truth, we are talking point blank fabrication of statements that had nothing to do with what was actually said, and the truth of that matter can be revealed via a recorded history of the event, there would be nothing to argue.

    You lie, there is proof of that lie, you are guilty of wrong doing.

    Correct?
     

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