Disorderly Conduct: Conversation About Gates Arrest Precedes Arrest



Give me a break. How is someone supposed to enforce the law if they don’t know the law. Juris doctorate degrees aren’t necessary and this has nothing to do with being an “expert” in the law.

The bottom line is there are a broad array of disorderly conduct charges that are used to violate constitutional rights, including the 1st (freedom of speech, right to assemble peacefully), 4th (Protection from unreasonable search and seizure) and 5th (be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law) amendments among other constitutional rights.

The issue here isn’t legal complexities.

The issue is certain police officers on power trips violating people’s constitutional rights. There needs be be a line drawn in the sand saying an officer can by all means charge someone who is guilty of a criminal offense but not offending the officer’s ego.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

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One Response

  1. punctilious post. simply one detail where I bicker with it. I am emailing you in detail.

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