interesting quiz. i got a woppin' 5 out of 8 correct. up until now i was under the impression that being arrested and taken into custody were the same.
I missed 6 & 7. If under the pressure of a threat from police, I don't know if I'd remember the logic behind these questions.
I too got 7 our of 8 correct. I OVER thought #4. Minors do own a FEW things. Duh!
I missed the first one....I'm not sure I actually read it. I did get the rest correct.
I got 3 correct but then again this is Texas and I do live in Wise County. What should happen and what really does happen are always two different things.
I got all 8 correct, but your hint about #7 helped me out.
I was 6 for 8 but several gave me a giggle. Yes! some of those things are our rights if you choose to hold a staunch position on your legal rights when dealing with police HOWEVER if you demand those rights at that time prepare yourself for the harassing of a lifetime -- wasted time, beligerence, a true show of power beyond any significant bounds. Then if you believe they have gone too far you can hire a lawyer at $300 per hour to fight for something the court would consider trivial and unnecessary. Your probability of receiving some recompense or the ability to change the system is somewhere on the order of "snowcones in hell" I have never been in trouble, I have nothing to hide, If a police officer pulls me over he can pat and look and ask all that he wants. I have no issue with it.
I got 3 out of 8 correct. and I've watched Law and Order for years! lol
To anonyNOTHING 10:05I have NEVER so much as received a ticket for speeding. I do not drink or do drugs. The interior of my auto is ALWAYS as clean as the day it was purchased. HOWEVER, the ONLY way I would CONSIDER granting permission to a police officer to search MY auto would be AFTER he/she permitted ME to search THEIR personal vehicle.Rights are something that when given the opportunity to exercise EVERYONE should ESPECIALLY when it MAY be in their own BEST interest.
missed the first one. probably because i'm just pessimistic about the patriot act in general.reminds me of a quote from Infinite Jest: "I know I'm paranoid. The question is, am I paranoid enough?
10:05, your last sentence is why we need these rights and must exercise them without fail.
I must be either paranoid, permissive or passive - I got 3 of 8 as well. "Oh Mr. PO-lice Man, don't bother beating me to a pulp - I'll just do it for you myself", I would say as I started bashing my head down against the asphalt. Or if I was in Wise County, I would just just run out in the middle of 380 or 287 or 1810 so some big old gravel truck could run me down. Hopefully, I am paranoid enough, hhl. Not that I ever do anything wrong.
I got 6 out of 8 correct. However as wonderful as these rights are the police in Wise county don't think they apply to them.
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