JoeSparky wrote:I don't know if it would be legal or not, but I would like it to be....
If after being on paid administrative leave and being ruled that your actions were NOT Justified, then give the person a bill for the total amount paid them while on leave.... Just thinking here.
roseblood wrote:divegeek wrote:As a practical matter, you could probably just make up some reasonable-sounding numbers and the officer won't know the difference -- if he was the sort to memorize references like that, he'd also be the sort that knows the rule has been rescinded.
"Officer, as a note to Article 6 of the Khitomer Accord signed by the governor, and the Coruscant Act I am not longer required to notify you that I am carrying. If you check your computer it will show that Sector 7 has provided online verification for law enforcement."
FLTRX110 wrote:As EVERYONE OC'd in Texas!
DaKnife wrote:Two more things, one If I'm pulled over for a traffic violation, I'm not getting out of my car. Be nice and let me off a warning or give me the citation for the violation but I'm not exiting my car. It's dangerous, inside my car I'm at lease somewhat protected from other drivers and the remote chance of corrupt or even fake/false cops, outside the vehicle all bets are off.
FLTRX110 wrote:First off.. I ment everyone CC'd in Texas.. I mistypod that..I typed it on my phone and was not focusing! Sorry guys!
FIrst off I agree that this officer was WRONG! yes, an ex-UHP officer is saying this! I handled this in COMPLETLY the wrong way.... First thing you do when you pull someone over is [auto-filtered] the situation. Look and see everything. Since you told the officer that you were carring, and were very very coperative. I would have let you keep your sidearm on. As long as you kept your hand in a position that i can see them.. For him to have you take the mag out, then hand the gun over! [auto-filtered]!!!! This causes more of a situation then anything. I would HIGHLY suggest a letter or phone call to the UHP or POST.
As for the Texas rule. i never agreed with it! I was just poinint out a fact that other states have rules and laws that allow and officer to peacefully remove a weapon. I only did this once. Most people in Texas were understanding and would tell me. [auto-filtered], even the once that were doing it illegally would tell me!!
i will not get into the discussion about police officers with you UtahJarhead.. It a battle that can go on for years and years... But one thing I do want to say. As and ex-Marine myself, I was a marine for 8 years Staff Seargeant. A Marnine is out there protecting our country, our way of life, intoducing laws and protecting them out of country, putting his life on the line EVERY DAY, and most of all supports the American way of life... What does a police officer do? BASICALLY THE SAME THING..... Also remember most POST certified men and women were or currently are Military....
By the way, if you were in the Marines, you're only an Ex-Marine if you were dishonorably discharged. Otherwise you're a former Marine.
PGYogi wrote:utahjarhead wrote:By the way, if you were in the Marines, you're only an Ex-Marine if you were dishonorably discharged. Otherwise you're a former Marine.
My bad...I should have added the dishonorable discharge caveat. Thanks utahjarhead!
My pleasure, good sir (or ma'am depending on gender!)
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