LAPD Checkpoint in Marina Del Ray – Sept 19th, 2015

LAPD Checkpoint in Marina Del Ray – Sept 19th, 2015 – Officers conducted a DUI and drivers license checkpoint on Lincon Blvd and Maxella.

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49 thoughts on “LAPD Checkpoint in Marina Del Ray – Sept 19th, 2015

  1. The only ones who say they couldn’t pass it sober I bet drive drunk because it’s easy to follow directions sober but not drunk . Don’t drink and drive that easy, because the drunk never hurts themselves but everything they hit they destroy. This check point shouldn’t bother anyone if you’re driving legally

  2. A DUI checkpoint instead of taking people to jail. You should have taxi cabs waiting for them on the other Street Walker mobile one street over and give them the opportunity to come and turn their self in and for their crime. They should go to each School in the neighborhood or in the county and tell what they had done and tell some squinting. Hope for themselves in the future. And apologize to the kids until the police. What being drunk behind the wheel of the car because they could have killed someone.

  3. LAPD dispatchers were ask to not list photographers as suspects when taking 911 calls. They can send the radio call as a "dispute" with no suspect information ONCE they determine no crime has occurred. They were reminded to tell the PR that the "photographers are engaged in POLICE protected activity" copyrighted

  4. I'm pretty sure that's not legal what they were doing these police officers you cannot sit back there and wait for somebody to turn around and then go after and I think that's illegal as hell

  5. For all those who have lost loved ones that is a terrible thing!
    But to those of us that have received in control dui's just sitting in your car keys in your pocket
    and have a cop pull up and take you out of the car and be arrested for dui is stupid just a money
    maker!! Like the MAD group mothers against drunk drivers. They are the ones that give gold watches
    to the cops that make the most dui arrests during a calendar year!! That is so un- ethical it causes
    These cops that are already constitutional breakers to begin with to lie out their pig 🐷 asses to
    get the most dui's during the year that they can!! Really criminal!! You are being responsible sleeping
    it off in your car, keys in your pocket and still get arrested for dui!!! You are not driving you are stationary,
    the car is motionless!! Just pure, pig, bullshit!!!!

  6. Never agree to to a field sobriety test! They are. Not required by law but the. Cops are trained to lie! Only after arrest do you have to do the the breath test and they have to change the mouth piece and wait 5 min!

  7. Alcohol is responsible for many deaths trough out the years..but yet it's legal and they even spend billons of dollars on advertising to get you to buy…just look at the Superbowl commercials.
    It's been legal for a reason??????
    They want us to fall in their trap 🤔
    Take a Uber or a Lyft!

  8. This is a violation of our 4th Amendment Right regardless of what the courts decide. When an armed robber is attempting to rob us of our wallet we know we have a Right to use lethal force to stop them…It doesn't even matter how much money is in the wallet…Why then do we not use the same lethal force in defense of our Constitutionally protected 'Bill of Rights'? Badges do not grant the wearer authority to armed robbery of our wallets, or our 'Rights' nor the privilege of assaying their worth to us the Rightful Owners

  9. the LAST guy filming the police officer while drunk is absolutely the most disrespectful waste of an officers time. he (PHOTOGRAPHER) needs to be detained until sober, than shown the film, then charged with any and all laws broken while these officers were trying to keep intoxicated drivers off the road, I've seen the damage done by dui' s and its not a joke!!

  10. standards will help the citizen better understand when police can surpass constitutional protections.
    Reasonable Suspicion
    A police officer has "reasonable suspicion" when there exists articulable facts or circumstances which would lead a reasonable person to suspect that a crime has been, is being, or will be committed.
    At this stage, police may detain the suspect for a brief period and perform a frisk. In some cases, drug-sniffing dogs may be called to the scene, although officers must cite a specific reason for suspecting the presence of drug evidence. Refusing a search does not create reasonable suspicion, although acting nervous and answering questions inconsistently can. For this reason, it is best not to answer questions if you have to lie in order to do so. Police authority increases if they catch you in a lie, but not if you refuse to answer questions. As a general rule, reasonable suspicion applies to situations where police have reason to believe you're up to something, but they don't know what it is.
    Probable Cause
    A police officer has "probable cause" when there exists articulable facts or hard evidence that would lead a reasonable person to believe that a crime has been, is being, or will be committed and the person under investigation is the one responsible for the crime.
    At this stage, police may perform a search, and often an arrest. Probable cause generally means police know what crime they suspect you of and have discovered evidence to support that belief. Common examples include smelling or seeing evidence in plain view, or receiving an admission of guilt for a specific crime.
    For the conscientious citizen, the best advice regarding police authority is to stick to your guns and not waive your constitutional rights under any circumstances. Police officers will often give misleading descriptions of what their authority is, but you have nothing to gain by submitting to coercive police tactics. Police must make ad hoc decisions regarding their authority level in a given situation and these decisions are subject to review in court. Asserting your rights properly is good way to avoid arrest, and it is an even better way to avoid a conviction."
    So, you say the following. This is a notice to settle a CLAIM due to unlawful acts by your agents. As recognized by the nature, and intent of Terry v. Ohio [392 U.S. 1, 88 S.Ct. 1968, 20 L.Ed.2d 889 (1968), Florida v. Bostick [501 U.S. 429, 111 S. Ct. 2382, 115 L.Ed.2d 389 (1991), Schneckloth v. Bustamonte [412 U.S. 218, 93 S.Ct. 2041, 36 L.Ed.2d 854 (1973), Mapp v. Ohio [367 U.S. 643, 81 S.Ct. 1684, 6 L.Ed.2d 1081 (1961), Hiibel v. Sixth Judicial Court District of Nevada Humboldt County, 542 U.S. 960 (2014), Delaware v. Prouse, 440 U.S. 648 (1979), which was said police may not stop motorists without any reasonable suspicion to suspect crime or illegal activity, to check their driver's license and auto registration, Whren v. U.S. [517 U.S. 806 (1996), a case regarding a "Pretextual Stop" said "Plainclothes officers in an unmarked car spotted a suspicious SUV with occupants and temporary tags The vehicle remained at a stop sign for an unusually long time, during which the driver appeared to be looking into the passenger's lap. When the officers made a U-turn in order to get a second look at the vehicle, it turned suddenly without signaling," and Cupp v. Murphy, 412 U.S. 291 (1973), and because of the above mentioned explanations of Reasonable Suspicion and Probable Cause, my being stopped for Jaywalking, a NON CRIMINAL offense, you do harm me.
    In conclusion, you have also, as recognized by the nature and intent of Nevada Revised Statute 171.123(1) — Temporary detention by peace officer of person suspected of criminal behavior or of violating conditions of parole or probation, Nevada Revised Statute 200.463 — Involuntary servitude, Nevada Revised Statute 200.460 — False Imprisonment, Nevada Revised Statute 199.430 — Impersonation of officer (Once one violates their Oath, they are now, according to this statute, are impersonating an officer, and Nevada Revised Statute 200.490 — Provoking assault. I have yet to touch the State and Federal Constitution. United States Supreme Court Chief John Roberts in, as recognized by the nature and intent of Gabelli v. Securities and Exchange Commission, 568 U.S.___(2014), made it clear that for those that work in law, ignorance of the law is no excuse, it applies to those that ONLY work in law. Research, research, research. Read, read, read. Study, study, study.

  11. North and south bound Lincoln just north of Maxella, people funnel into and out of the area for the west side club scene. Friday and Saturday nights have a number of DUI incidents. For fun try driving the same area during rush hour.

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