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Why isn''t the United States BORDER secured and immigration law enforced ?

A:  Right now its apparently more important to find a six foot eight Arab on dialysis. We need a leader who isn''t afraid to get his hands dirty. A leader whose balls haven''t dropped off. A leader that will shoot an illegal immigrant on TV and brag about it. Nowadays the government cares too much because they don''t want to be remembered as the next Hitler or something. **** what people say, i say bring back slavery for a while. that''ll stop the immigrants from coming. Or just put''em all in a dirt ring and have them fight to the death for a green card. Then kill the prick with a tire iron when he''s asleep....

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Kansas law Regarding Battery against a law enforcement Officer

A:  The following are KS statutes: 21-3413. Battery against a law enforcement officer.**Update Notice: This section has been amended byCHAPTER 195 of 2007 (a) Battery against a law enforcement officer is: (1) Battery, as defined in subsection (a)(2) of K.S.A. 21-3412, andamendments thereto, committed against: (A) A uniformed or properlyidentified university or campus police officer while such officer isengaged in the performance of such officer''s duty; or (B) a uniformed orproperly identified state, county or city law enforcement officer, otherthan a state correctional officer or employee, a city or countycorrectional officer or employee, a...

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How will the Arizona Immigrant law help law enforcement?

A:  It won''t. It mandates that they must determine the status, and arrest anyone who is illegal, detain them, put them through the court system, and incarcerate them. Fun fact: Many of the people who formulated the AZ law are affiliated with the Corrections Corporation of American, the private prison system that will benefit greatly from having to house so many people. Contrary to popular opinion, being here illegally is not a federal crime. It is a civil tort, punishable by a fine. This is to help the police help ICE. They can deport more folks once they are identified and turned over. In order for federal authorities to arrange deportation they have to have people to deport. Instead of using ICE agents to track down illegals they will be flooded with illegals to...

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How many countries is Megan''s law enforced in?

A:  3 One. In the US only....

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Which law enforcement office has higher authority?

A:  They all have exactly the same power within their given jurisdictions. A city police officer only has jurisdiction (and authority) within his/her municipality (with exceptions in some states for when they encounter a crime in progress). A deputy sheriff has the exact same power within his/her county, but not in other counties. And, a state Trooper has the exact same jurisdiction anywhere in the state. Except in most states, Trooper cannot enforce ''City Ordinances'', like open container laws. The real power comes from the State Attorney General (on a state level) and ''States Attorneys'' or ''District Attorneys'' or ''Prosecutors'' within each county. They are the only ones who can have final say on the prosecution of a criminal case (or make the decision to...

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Why is law enforcement of existing laws and statutes going down the drain?

A:  I believe you have been misinformed or are confused. Because we''ve legislated ourselves into a corner. A fairly substantial population does *some* kind of criminal act(anything from speeding to DUI to smoking pot). There''s not enough police to arrest them all, courts to try them all, or jails to hold them all. In fact, we keep making more and more restrictive pointless laws. source: John Locke ''The Second Treatise on Government''...

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Define and describe the role of law enforcement within the criminal justice field?

A:  To pull over people To write unnecessary tickets to people To just be a$$holes (: To protect and serve the general public within the boundaries of their jurisdiction and the laws that are passed by the state or local government....

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What is the Rule of law and how does it impact modern law enforcement?

A:  You only need to read your Constitution. Look in the real world. Decode this lyrics '' You''ll see '' ''Wonderful world'' ''Don''t know much'' ''Time after time'' The Great Commandments'' ''The Final Countdown'' ''Mama Mia'' ''Nobody told me'' ''All the children'' ''Lost children'' ''Lost'' ''Stranded in the middle of no where'' What rule of law? For whom? The living like you and me'' Not to a 14 years old? Who is still a 7 years old with school knowledge in the street? How we keep on coming up with new laws that still could not stop the miseries in time? All don''t seem to work on a seven years old child in the street? How the poor cops in the street were living in misery with all the mess created by those seven years old child when they...

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Loss of evidence, law enforcement demanding it turned over?

A:  The police use tactics like this to scare people into turning over evidence they think others have. Don''t fall for it. Whatever you do, DO NOT let them search your house without a warrant. You should never let the police invade your privacy without legal justification. So many things are illegal nowadays that you never know what they''ll ''find''. As far as the firearm, you should research the laws regarding firearms in your state. In my state, a person who is eligible to own a firearm but is married to someone who isn''t does not lose their rights to own a gun. So in this situation, I wouldn''t be worried about the cops finding it. If the police get a search warrant and find it, you can always counter their argument with the truth - that you didn''t know where it...

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law enforcement Databases

A:  If you call to report a crime, at least in NYC, and I suspect everywhere else, there is no need to give your name. Without your name they can''t determine if you''re involved in an unrelated case. Ergo, this sounds like a fictional device meant to move the plot along....