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Source: ABC local
November 07, 2012
If she wanted to win, she should of not resisted arrest, and then took the officer to court for attempting to violate her 4th in her home unless the office had reason to believe any occupants were armed, or may destroy evidence. Instead, her ignorance of the law made her guilty of resisting arrest (for what? not stated in video, and that doesn't matter as long as she resisted). Good learning here, if you can get someone to be irate because they THINK they know their rights, then it's an easy collar. ALWAYS work with the police and show no signs of resistance.
I can see a losing Lawsuit here
SAME OLD STORY...HE SAID SHE SAID!
Even if it was an invalid arrest, she still resisted arrest. So the LEO is in the right here correct?
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