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Can i get arrested by chatroulette?

A:  Yeah they do this, because it''s full of paedofiles etc, I think you should call your local station first, they will be more reasonable if they hear it from you rather than the FBI or something. You may be facing jail time, so you need to sort this out ASAP they are not a law enforcement agency, so no. however they do have a lot of problems with the law because of all you pervs playing with yourself on camera where little children are exposed to it. and yes there have been arrests. best thing to do is play it safe and stop exposing yourself to random people. It''s a trick. You are gullible. what jp said...

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Removing warrants from the NCIC?

A:  Workers at the court generally have no direct ability to enter/remove/modify warrants from the NCIC (or state systems, either). They send notification to local law enforcement about the warrant, and the law enforcement agency enters/removes/modifies the information in the system. The exact means of notification varies by locality. As for who at the court has the right/ability to notify law enforcement of the warrant, that depends entirely on the local rules. Some courts have dedicated warrants personnel, while others authorize any and every clerk to do so. Clerk of the Court, systems operator....

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Difficulty in having the police enforce the law

A:  So consult a local attorney about suing the guy civilly to recover possession of the horse. The cops can't do everything and you can't sue them for exercising discretion besides the fact that whether or not a person is charged is up to the DA's office, not the cops. It is not the job of the police to recover your horse for you. If you want to get the horse back, you sue him in court. Any reason you haven't started doing that already? The law does not mandate that cops arrest everyone who may have committed a crime, nor does it require DAs to prosecute everyone who might be guilty of a crime. They have the discretion regarding whom they will pursue. You cannot force them to act to arrest and...

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Why would someone be assigned to attend an HIV awareness class?

A:  Its depends. What were they in trouble for? Many states have laws allowing judges to order attendance at one of these classes for drug offenses. The assumption is that *any* drug conviction can lead to IV drug use or reckless sexual behavior. Someone tried to sue to overturn the law here in California, and lost....

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14 illegals charged in gangrape - time for class action victims suit?

A:  Larry wrote: In article <11l09v4gpneo5e3...news.supernews.com>, TerryD <TerryD...speedstreet.net> wrote: US citizens are increasingly victims of illegal immigrant crime. Isn''t it time for a class action lawsuit to hold individual politicians and law enforcement decision-makers directly responsible? You''re an idiot. You know that, don''t you? Why don''t you enlighten me? Larry wrote: First, to be a class action, everyone must have suffered some harm. Not every US citizen has been a victim of crime from illegal immigrants. Did you read the title? Second, the harm must be caused by the defendant(s). An intentional, criminal act by another often severs any responsibility of others. So if, hypothetically,...

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What do you think about the Mexican-American police officer suing Arizona over its new immigration law?

A:  He''s right...how do you ''look illegal'' without ''looking hispanic'' Arizonians think we''re idiots when they say, cops have to stop suspected illegals, but they wont be racial profiling...OF COURSE THEY WILL, thats the ONLY WAY TO DO IT If I was braking the law and got stop I would say it was ''Racial profiling'' . Don''t put me in jail . If it is illegal I thought the police was suppose to do some thing , not say that that law they can''t enforce . Hey , I got some laws that I would like for them not to enforce . How do you get one off being enforce . Are two . This man is in the ''law enforcement'' job description. He should be fired for not preforming his job....

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What laws if any, apply toward the police''s right to search my RV in Arizona?

A:  Search and seizure is covered under the Fourth Amendment, so it is the same in every state. When you are on a public road, police can search if they determine there is probable cause there is something illegal in the vehicle (Carroll v. United States). If someone in the vehicle is arrested, the police can search the area they had access to just prior to the arrest (Arizona v. Gant). If something illegal is seen in plain view, it can be seized (Arizona v. Hicks). That will then allow them to search the rest of the vehicle under Carroll. Once your motor home reaches its final destination and is on private property, it is then considered a home and laws pertaining to vehicle searches no longer apply. Cops will need a warrant or probable cause to search your RV. As for...

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What is your opinion of the Arizona Immigration law?

A:  I don''t understand what the big deal is. Illegal IS Illegal. lthat was a law way before the arizona thing they just have the balls to enforce it. Something all of America should do I support it fully. The Republican and Democrat elites have dragged their feet for years in enforcing immigration laws because they want cheap labor for business interests and a new voter base, respectively. Arizona is doing what''s necessary to protect its own interests. If law enforcement officers can''t question people they suspect of being in the country illegally, how could immigration laws ever be enforced? It may not be politically correct to say, but I think we can all agree that...

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What constitutes “reasonable suspicion” in Arizona under the new immigration law?

A:  make your q n a unprivate im curious bout your other questions n answers lol I don''t have a link but i would have to say that no identification, with the inability to speak English would be enough. I think that looking Latino and speaking bad English seriously qualifies you as being a potential illegal. Now there are thousands of Latino tourists with no intention of staying illegally who visit the Grand Canyon every year. What kind of treatment are they going to get from the local police forces? You don'' t always carry your passport with you when you are abroad for fear of losing it. They would be better off throwing into jail people who employ them illegally. No potential employers=less illegal immigration. The US supreme court has defined reasonable...

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In Arizona, with the new immigration law...?

A:  If the police actually follow what the law states, then racial profiling isn''t needed. The law clearly states that in order to be asked to produce ID you need to be stopped for another crime first. Asking someone for proper ID when they get pulled over for speeding or a broken tailight has always been the norm in America (and any country really). Will some cops only ask mexicans for proper ID and not ask white people that they pull over, sure, im sure it will happen. But if the cops actually follow what the law states, then racial profiling isn''t in issue. If cops follow the law then they should be asking EVERYONE for proper ID when they get stopped for another crime. So I guess to answer...