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Cops usually ask basic questions that eventually lead to incriminating ones. Good thing this guy is going to be an attorney and knows his rights

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Added: Nov-12-2009 
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  • The cop wasn't "owned", the guy was just a douchebag.

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  • Being a confrontational douchebag only makes things worse... a little respect and civility can go a long way.

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  • Cops give warnings all the time. If you have nothing to hide, just interact like a normal human-being and you have nothing to worry about. Congratulations, wise-ass, you just earned yourself a ticket. Have a nice day.

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    • but if he gives him a ticket just cause he wasnt very nice thats not good either is it?

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    • No, No, No, you missed the point. He is NOT giving him a ticket "just because he wasn't very nice". I honestly have NO idea where or how you arrived at that conclusion.

      He is SUPPOSED to do his job. SUPPOSED to do it "By The Book". This means that ANY and ALL traffic infractions made which prompted the officer to pull him over in the first place, he is SUPPOSED to cite him for, PERIOD. Citation is NEVER for being rude, it is because of the infraction, period.

      Now, that be More..

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    • we dont even know why he was pulled over though...

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    • we dont even know why he was pulled over though...

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    • This guy is right to understand his rights. He was not confrontational in any way that I saw. Very smart to record these interactions. I have a camera to record the police in all my cars. They are one of the greatest threats to our society, and it is the officer you don't record who gets away with murder. So record them all.

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  • Thats owned is it?

    Seems more like to me the guy in the car is a F**king smart arse who's got authority issues.

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  • lame...

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  • So, guy is being a dick when asked basic questions.
    Cop gets owned?

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  • Enjoy your ticket, time in court, repeat court appearances to appeal, frustration, anger and general stress in your life. Ya, good idea dork.

    I simply say, sorry officer, I'll work on paying more attention. 9 out of 10 times I drive away and get on with the business of life.

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    • that's what i do too....cops get bullsh1t from i'd guess 90 percent of the people they pull over..and if you're cool to them they usually let you slide...

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    • true! except one time my dads friend was doing like 90 in a 45 and a cop pulled him over and the cop came up to him and said"ive been waiting for somebody like you all day" and my fathers friend looked at the cop and said "well i got here as fast as i could" and the cop busted out laughing nd told him to get the fuck out of his sight!

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    • I have a story like that...

      One time I got pulled over for doing right around 120 on the Beeline in Florida. I could have lost my license *and* gone to jail for reckless driving. After the standard questions and requests (and me being *very* humble and respectful because I knew I did something wrong) the cop asked me a very cliche question; "Do you realize how fast you were going?" Me and my 19 year old smart ass self said "No sir, my speedometer only goes up to 85." The More..

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    • You are correct. Most if not all people walk away with warnings. The questions asked are basic investigative, not interrogatory, questions that any officer has a right to ask. But as most have said, KNUCKLEF*CK just earned himself a $300 "Ill show you" ticket.

      Dipsh*t will have to show up in court, try to win. Show his stupid little video and then walk out a loser. I wish I had stopped him. There are things called citation continuation sheets. You can write till ur hand is sore.

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  • I could understand the reaction of the driver if he was being treated unfairly but this cop seemed like one of the good guys just doing his job. The lack of compliance from the driver was, in my opinion unnecessary. I thought there is also a law that sastes you must always seek to help an officer in carrying his duty if possible and reasonable. They should have hauled this asshole to the station and wasted more of his time.

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    • Sure he was being a dick, but arrest him for a traffic ticket? Seems a bit much.

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    • Not that I agree with this drivers attitude, but according to U.S law, ANYTHING you say CAN and WILL be used AGAINST YOU in a court of law.
      Therefore the 5th amendment of the U.S constitution gives you the right to say nothing whatsoever if you don't wish to make a statement.
      But, it's a freaking traffic ticket, no need to be an asshole ;-)

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    • WRONG! That only applies once you have been read your Miranda Rights. ANYTHING you say before you have been read your rights are INADMISSIBLE in a court of law, and there is no reason to assume the officer would have done this for a traffic stop.

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    • WRONG! You apparently know absolutely nothing about US law. Don't believe everything you watch on TV and in the movies. The SOCTUS has already ruled that officers do not have to read a person their rights if they are not under arrest or in custody. Just because a murder goes up and freely admits to an officer that he/she killed someone does not mean that information can't be used against them. The situation with the driver was identical. Any information the driver volunteered while he was More..

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    • Sorry, youre right. I forgot it only applies to custodial interrogation

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  • That's not "owned".

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  • This is absolutly disgusting. The guy taking the video is a complete jerk. He is really giving Americans a bad image !!! Someone has to "gently" smack him upside the head.

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  • The cop was polite and seemed nice and the driver was just an attention seeking internet whore with a camera.

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    • Actually a hero; who will teach other citizens to uphold their rights.

      Holler!

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    • The officer handled the situation very professionally.

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    • Yeah...not answering a few simple questions was surely STICKING IT TO THE MAN.

      More like, it probably just wasted a bunch of time for no reason what so ever, since the cop wasn't violating his rights and was being overly polite to a douchebag who thinks of himself as some kind of civil rights hero.

      Just another liberal dipshit who wants to play the victim while a nice guy is just trying to do his job.

      Let's see here....guy gets pulled over which means he was breaking some law. Cop does his j More..

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    • Your premise "guy gets pulled over which means he was breaking some law" is false my friend. Just because someone gets pulled over does not necessarily mean you were breaking the law and there have been many cases where the person getting pulled over wins in a court of law over the officer.

      Holler!

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    • Why are you infringing on Blackhawk's right to make that premise? HATE CRIME!

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  • Congrats!! You just went from a verbal warning to two tickets for moving violations. Well done!

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    • LOL, these idiots think they win when they lose.
      Kind of like when the extremist muslims get their azzes kicked and call it a win.

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  • The only person owned is the smartass who ended up with the ticket.

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  • cop gave him a ticket and he owned the cop? lol

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  • This is not owned this is a tutorial to "How to piss off good cops, so they taze good citizens in the next case"

    wannabe asshole wank attorney. Have the same wanks sittin in my classes @ university. Those are the kind of attorneys who learn the law by hard and have absolutely no talent in prescenting it.

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  • What owned..the guy is douche bag..he still got the ticket.the OP is just a whiney DB who thinks he cannot be touched by the law.....its called "baiting" to see how patient the cop is and if the cop beats his fat ass he sue......

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  • Ummm how is this cop owned? The driver still probably got a ticket? I had worse conversations than this and the driver still got his/her ticket.

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  • LOL......so much for the warning ticket! This dude is a total douche who thinks he knows what the fukk he is talking about. Where did his ten minute rule come from? Sorry prickboy..........doesn't exist.

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  • "Cops usually ask basic questions that eventually lead to incriminating ones. Good thing this guy is going to be an attorney and knows his rights"

    What the fuck does that mean? The information he needed to hand you a ticket, he already had! Did you steal the car?

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  • The driver is a dick-head, plain and simple. Pulling this kind of sh*t will come back around on him.

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  • this cop was ok in my opinion the driver is a piece of crap

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  • Drivers life is possibly very boring to be pulling shit like this.
    Degenerate fuck

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  • You can see why cops think all motorists are dips*%ts....cop won.

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  • Honestly I don't understand why some people need to act so violently at police when they are stopped for a simple traffic control. Just give the policeman the docs he needs to see and you'll be on your way in a few minutes!
    C'mon, he's not trying to "incriminate" you, why would he want to, if you did nothing wrong? I call this overreacting if not being paranoid. Let alone proudly posting this on the internet. You can be crabby to a cop, wow, what a man you are... -.-

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  • Owned?? Wait till back up arrives to taser that spoiled brat.

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