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Police and Law Enforcement: How should I fill out my Certificate of Employment so I can drive home from work?
I would use the earliest hour you will be going to work and the latest hour you will driving home for work on each day. If for instance you may work 9 a.m. to noon on one Saturday and 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. on another, use 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. If on Tuesdays you may work from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. on one and 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. on another, put down 3 p.m. to 10 p.m.
When arrested or detained by the police, what's the best way to talk one’s way out of a speeding ticket?
Be polite, cooperative and considerate. But contrary to some seemingly well-intended advice, avoid "owning up" to anything. Traffic stops are dangerous things. The police officer approaching your car is going to be justifiably wary at the beginning. Help put the officer at ease. Place both hands on top of the steering wheel where they can be clearly seen. If you need to reach for something such as your license or registration, say so. And why. And it's usually best to avoid sudden moves. Also, engage your flashers, turn off the motor and place the car keys on the dash, if possible. Combined, these actions tell the officer you aren't likely to reach for a weapon or become a "bolter." And, above all, remain in the car unless directed to "exit the vehicle."  You likely won't debate your way out of a ticket. And there's no magic, one size fits all answer to this question. Circumstances differ. So do people. And yes, police are people. And most really are, as they tend to say, "just doing their job." Don't go out of your way to make that job any harder than it already is. And no, they really aren't out to ruin your day. Even though they understand that's what they're likely about to do. As others have noted, most cops do have a "magic number." Or, perhaps, a "magic range of numbers." Thirty miles over in a school zone doesn't come close, however. In some states, the magic number is statutory. Or, more commonly, rooted in lots of experience. In Florida, the statutory number is 5 mph. But police know most judges don't want to be bothered with anything under 11 mph. While most citations never find their way inside a courtroom, conduct yourself as if yours will. First, don't offer up a confession. If asked "do you know how fast you were going?" just smile and hand over the license and registration. Same with "so, where were you going in such a hurry?" Again, smile. A simple "home" will later translate into "the defendant admitted he was rushing to return home." Along with "the defendant said he had no idea how fast he was traveling." Get it?Don't even think about attempting to assert some vague constitutional right to do, or not do, whatever. The roadside is no place for an amateur seminar on the Fourth, Fifth and Seventh amendments. Your demeanor matters more. Same with name dropping. Think about it. It's insulting. And if has the potential to backfire. Badly.Let the cop have reasonable control along the side of the road, even if that control skirts with crossing the line. At the same time, keep control of yourself. And what you say and don't say. Remember, the officer doesn't have the final word. That happens later. He knows. And he's subconsciously wondering if, after he ruins your day, you're a candidate to return a month or so later and, perhaps, ruin his. Keep him wondering. You never know what might tip the scales.
Has law enforcement figured out how to crack encrypted iPhones?
This is something of an arms race. A vendor that markets phone cracking software to law enforcement finds some way to defeat Apple’s encryption, and for a while, law enforcement agencies with suitable devices in hand who have access to that software will be able to get into the iPhones. It doesn’t take long for Apple to get word this has happened, and it pushes out a patch or an update to iOS that defeats the new decryption scheme. Then, the decryption vendors find another method, and the iPhones are vulnerable again—for a while.Sometimes, devices that have been in law enforcement custody for a while become crackable because they don’t have access to the new operating system updates. These devices are usually stored in Faraday cages or have their radios disabled, so they can’t be remotely wiped, disabled, or updated. If the decryption tech finds a hole in an old OS that is loaded on one of those phones, the phone is vulnerable.For example this article from February 2022 describes how Cellebrite, a leading decryption vendor, managed to defeat the encryption Apple was employing at that time. Subsequent updates to iOS thwarted that development, but it’s likely a matter of time before someone figures out some new workaround—which will be overcome shortly thereafter.My personal recommendation is that you don’t keep anything on your phone you wouldn’t want your mom or the neighborhood cop to see.
Is it possible to outthink law enforcement?
Certainly. Most cops are not geniuses, capable of outsmarting everyone they meet. Where most people fail in outhinking or outsmarting cops is They don't plan out the entire act, and/orThey aren't quick enough or didn't plan well enough to come up with a bulletproof cover story, and/orThey underethe cops' bullshit detector skills. Most people who break the law do so without a lot of planning or forethought. Criminals tend to have poor impulse control, and they'll act on the first notion, not considering the consequences or even planning the act all the way through. They know how they're going to get into the building they plan to burgle, but they haven't thought about how to get out. If they do have a way of getting out, they don't have a method for getting the loot away from the scene. If they do have a way of getting it away from the scene, they haven't thought of a way to liquidate it. People also tend to underean experienced cop's ability to read people. They like to believe that most cops are undereducated and low achievers who couldn't find anything that paid better than police work. There are some of those, but most cops are at least of normal intelligence, and learn in time to read body language and other non-verbal cues of deception, even if they aren't aware of how they do it. The cop may not know what you're lying about, but he will know you're lying. It's very difficult to sustain a lie through prolonged interrogation. The more complicated the lie, the more quickly it will fall apart. Improvising on the spot to cover an unforeseen angle is especially deadly, as the improvisation will usually have some inconsistencies that aren't compatible with the other aspects of the story. If the suspect is under arrest and in custody, the cops have another advantage. The cops control the information flow and communications with the suspect, so they will nearly always have new information the suspect doesn't have. If they don't have new information, they can pretend they do. Many people find it morally repugnant that the police can lie to a suspect, but at the same time regard it as completely acceptable and even laudatory to get a good lie over on the cops. If the police do lie to a suspect, the lie can't be anything that would cause an innocent person to confess to something they didn't do. Being in jail is scary for most people. You often don't know what time it is, you may not even know if it's day or night. You don't know how quickly your allies on the outside (if you have any) are moving to ensure your release, or when your lawyer (if you have one) will arrive to counsel you. On TV, the suspect's lawyer tends to make his appearance within an hour of the arrest. In real life, most lawyers won't even know you called until they get to the office, and they won't be dropping everything to visit you in jail. That might happen if you're very wealthy and have paid a retainer that will garner that kind of dedication, but most of us are of lesser means. The cops use that disorientation to their advantage. If you're a smoker and have been in jail for even a few hours, you might be craving a smoke. The detective who produces one for you is your friend. Give it a few more days of bad jail food, and you're jonesing for a Big Mac. You will love it when the detective shows up with one for you. The person who believes he is smarter than the cops will accept the offered burger or cigarette and believe he can weave a good lie to string the detectives along. This is rarely the case. Most will trip themselves up. There are some people who are resolved enough to never talk to the cops without their lawyer present, and who won't accept the offer of a treat in exchange for some conversation with the detectives. These people tend to be a small minority. Most of us aren't that tough.Young people, up to a few years past college age, are especially prone to believing themselves the intellectual superiors to the cops, and that they can talk their way out of anything. They don't realize that the inner dialogue the cop is having with himself is something like, "This is going to be a great story to tell at the next coffee break." Most people who succeed in outsmarting the cops are those who say as little as possible, and don't try to antagonize the situation. They don't lord their believed superior intellect over the cops, expound on the nuances of constitutional law (on which they are nearly always wrong), accuse the officer of being racist, or otherwise challenge the police. They give their name, whatever documents they might be required to surrender, and answer everything else with, "I'd rather not answer that question, sir/ma'am." This leaves the cop to work with his observations and whatever else he knows from other sources. That's not necessarily sparse enough to keep you from being arrested or cited, but it makes for a more winnable case for the defense.
What is the best way to avoid a ticket when pulled over?
Short answer, you don't. Many tickets stick because people don't contest them. But you may avoid one by being as considerate to the officer as possible. In Connecticut, you don't get to see a prosecutor. You must send your ticket in with a not guilty plea and your answer (explanation of why you are pleading not guilty), or with a guilty plea and payment. I was stopped for speeding once, and I was guilty. But I plead not guilty, explaining that that was the only way I could contact a prosecutor. I said that I had been stopped for speeding, and that I was the last in a line of speeding vehicles. I wrote that I had not been pulled over for anything else in 8 years. I wrote that I had identified the factors contributing to my speeding, and said I was working on those behaviors. I said I hoped it would be at least another 8 years before I was stopped again. The officer who stopped me was professional and courteous, and I said so. Most importantly, I think, is that I wasn't trying to snow anybody in saying all this. I asked the prosecutor to nolle the charges. He did. People say I beat the ticket, but I didn't. People are more likely to be kind if you're honest and give them a chance.
How can good law enforcement officers help weed out bad law enforcement officers?
The simple fact is: We do. You just don’t hear about it. No department is going to “air their dirty laundry.” If a police officer uses excessive force, commits crimes, etc they get booted faster then a civilian would. This “Blue Line of Silence” BS is just that, BS. Where I work, the average starting salary is just over 100k. Fully paid medical/dental and a pension. Do you truly think I am going to risk that to lie and/or cover up for a “bad” officer? Not to mention the ethical/moral issues.The problem is, people believe what they see in Hollywood and TV.
How easy do isp companies give out information to law enforcement?
Law enforcement have to get a subpoena issued to the ISP. A judge has to sign on this and this is only based on probable cause. It is incumbent on the law enforcement department to prove such probable cause. If there is enough valid probable cause adjudicated by a judge then the subpoena will be issued and once the ISP is served with the same it is legally obligated to prany Information requested by law enforcement.
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