Saturday, August 28, 2010

LEO Behavior Problems

Agitator ain't the only one who is concerned with arrogance-in-blue-uniforms.

Can a person be charged with resisting arrest while observing a traffic stop from his or her own front porch?

["Yes"], District Court Judge Beth Dixon agreed. Because Gibson did not at first comply when the officer told her and others to go inside, the judge found Gibson guilty of resisting, delaying or obstructing an officer.

Well, there IS an answer to the Reasonable Man's question about that arrest and conviction. And you'll find it at the link.

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