COP MAKES UP HIS OWN LAWS – LAPD LT. FERRY – $331K/year DOESN’T UNDERSTAND HIPAA – DUI CHECKPOINT

COP MAKES UP HIS OWN LAWS – LAPD LT. FERRY – $331K/year DOESN’T UNDERSTAND HIPAA – DUI CHECKPOINT

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35 thoughts on “COP MAKES UP HIS OWN LAWS – LAPD LT. FERRY – $331K/year DOESN’T UNDERSTAND HIPAA – DUI CHECKPOINT

  1. Quarter mill… My god, why didn't I become a fucking cop when I was a young guy..
    Oh yah, I own a soul.

    Unconscious btw

    And if no one else here I'd a Healthcare provider, no HIPPA violation is even possible.
    Next: if you think guy code I'd tough. Just get between 2 girls. Even if they don't know each other.

  2. As someone grew up in an affluent neighborhood, I can answer your question. It is because the affluent have connections with DA's, judges, and access to expensive attorneys who can get deferments for their clients. This often means that the only money changing hands is to the DA's re-election campaign. Poor people are not so fortunate.

  3. Love your work hun 💙💙💙💙

    Most of the cops were respectful (even if it was passive aggressive), apart from the dumb Sgt. I actually liked the 2nd Sgt 👍

    Edited to say LOVED the Tom Z comment 😂🤣😂

  4. "We are doing the best we can under the circumstances in public…" No, babe, you're not, because you created the circumstances, and if you were inconvenienced, you could just … change them. Everyone else is trying to cope, and you have all the power to solve your problems in legal ways, if only you care.

  5. oh, so no drugs, defective vehicle items, warrants…just a drunk / carrying license dragnet?
    funny, since they can easily find out if a license exists, is suspended or revoked, with a phone call or app check, but they'd rather make someone be late for work, take time off for court, or have legal problems for years because they put the wrong pants on… Gawd I feel "protected & served! "

  6. Another MARVELOUS clip, Mr. @johnny five o 😎🤙🏻💪🏻😎🇺🇸

    GARCIA still DID NOT have the right TO SEARCH THAT MAN'S vehicle, despite him having expired insurance/etc.

    PLAIN VIEW DOCTRINE simply explained 😎
    There are generally three requirements for the plain view doctrine:[1]
    the police officer must lawfully make an initial intrusion or otherwise properly be "lawfully positioned" where he can view a particular area;the officer must discover incriminating evidence "inadvertently", which is to say, he may not know in advance the location of certain evidence and intend to seize it, relying on the plain view doctrine only as a pretext;it must be "immediately apparent" to the police that the items they observe may be evidence of a crime, contraband, or otherwise subject to seizure. These requirements having been met, when police officers lawfully engaged in an activity in a particular area perceive a suspicious object, they may seize it immediately:
    It has been suggested that there is an additional step between the second and third step, requireing that "the evidence was in plain view in the sense that it was detected through the unaided use of the officer’s senses".[2]
    The first step requires that the officer "must be lawfully in the place and acting lawfully in the exercise of police powers when the officer discovers the evidence".[3]
    The requirement of "inadvertence" means that "it is not discovered by unauthorized search, but rather, because it is in the open when the police are lawfully in the place where it is visible, and lawfully exercising police duties". It does not apply where "officers discover the item through an unauthorized search."[4]
    The requirement of "immediately apparent" means that the office has "probable cause to associate the discovered property with criminal activity."[5]
    Plain View vs s. 489(2)
    Under s. 489(2), where an officer is in the execution of their duties, may without a warrant, seize anything that the officer has reasonable grounds to believe is obtained by, used for, or will afford evidence towards an offence. This power is separate and apart from the common law doctrine of plain view seizure.[6]

    Exceptions
    The doctrine does not apply to circumstances where police rely upon third-party reports of the contents of places otherwise protected by privacy. For example, a security guard reporting the contents of a bus station locker to police.[7]

    Exploratory vs Seizure Power
    The doctrine is not an exploratory search power, but rather is a seizure power.[8]

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