The Campaign For DA

12.01.2015

Oh, My!


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And to think I asked a client last week (after something about the facts seemed very odd to me): "Do you think he [the Wise County officer] was hitting on you?"

I'm not allowed to tell you her answer.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'd like to solve the puzzle Pat....Yes

Anonymous said...

is this where the blogging lawyer expresses outrage that a person has lost his livelihood based on an accusation, not a conviction, and cites some legal mumbo jumbo, blah, blah, blah?

Oh, sorry, wrong blog.

Anonymous said...

"It is no big deal, we should just look the other way". "I'm sure it was the drivers fault". "Don't be a speedin' if'n you don't wanna be pulled over and propositioned". "That's just part of the punishment, these boys work hard and deserve to blow off some steam when they stop a hot speeder". "You should always obey the cops, she should be thankful he didn't have his way with her". "What was she wearing?".

Quotes from Wise County

Anonymous said...

Methinks you don't understand what "legal mumbo-jumbo" is!

Anonymous said...

Yet another case in which the police did EXACTLY what they should do to police their own (fired him, charged him), but they'll all be tarred with smear of the offense that you most probably never would have known about if they hadn't announced it and taken action.

Yeah, there was a bad trooper. And he got canned and charged with two felonies.

Anonymous said...

I hear in Wise county the going rate is $20 bucks?? $300 really???? lol

Anonymous said...

That's why they call it mumbo-jumbo.

Anonymous said...

Listen buddy, I don't leave my genitals on the hall table at home when I go to work. That's what make me a policeMAN!

DF Officer Stud "yes I'm carrying" McHunk

Anonymous said...

Amen 10:38. The vast majority of police officers do the right thing day in and day out.

Anonymous said...

This is why I don't like lawyers.