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HOW TO AVOID BEING ARRESTED

Try to avoid violating the law. Stop and think before you

act. If you're in doubt about the legality of an act; ask.

Ignorance of the law is no excuse, BUT USE IT ANYWAY! Try to

stay away from suspicious places and circumstances. Watch

the company you keep. You can easily be arrested if you're

with someone who commits a crime. It all depends on the

crime and the circumstances. We're not talking about your

guilt or innocence, or right from wrong. We're talking about

how not to get arrested in the first place, thereby avoiding

fees to attorneys, bail bond agents, loss of time on your

job, or even loss of your job.

DRIVING

Don't drink and drive! know what driving offenses in your

state or community can get you arrested. Reckless driving or

second convictions of other violations could get you

arrested. Avoid drunk driving or anything else that can get

your vehicle impounded. Police officers may legally

"inventory" and make a list of all property in the vehicle.

You can be charged with any contraband found.

WEAPONS

Know the laws of your state concerning weapons. Register

weapons if it is required in your city or state. Know what

the laws are concerning the carrying of weapons on your

person or in your vehicle. Know what constitutes a weapon in

your state. Brass knuckles, nunchakus, Kung-Fu stars,

chains, clubs or anything adapted to be used as a club, and

long knives may be illegal to carry. Firearms or other

weapons laying about inside your vehicle, or your friend's

vehicle, can get you arrested in many jurisdictions. It may

not matter if it's not your weapon. If it's within your

reach you may be subject to arrest. A weapons offense may be

a misdemeanor in one part of town and a felony a block away!

Carrying weapons where alcoholic beverages are sold or

served, on school grounds, or other locations may constitute

a more serious charge.

DRUGS

Keep your prescription drugs in the  proper, labeled

container. Do not dump all your different prescription drugs

in one container. If you give a police officer a chance to

notice such a package, you're asking for a very long delay in

your schedule while things are checked out. Next to traffic

accidents, drugs in vehicles get more passengers in trouble

than just about anything. Example: It's midnight and you are

riding as a passenger your friend's car. He is stopped by

the police for speeding. He reaches into the center console

where he keeps his license. The officer shines his

flashlight on the console to see what your friend is reaching

for, since this is not a normal location for a driver's

license. The officer see's a baggy of what turns out to be

an illegal drug next to the console. Your friend forgot it

was there, and you never saw it.  It's closer to you than it

is  to your friend. Your good friend says "that's not mine,

officer". Where does that leave  you? The outcome of this

case is not the subject of this report. The purpose of this

report is to prevent this scenario from occurring. Know your

friends! Check out vehicles that you borrow.

WARRANTS

If you receive a ticket or are arrested and found guilty, pay

all fines and associated costs on time. If this is not

possible, ask for an extension. A warrant will be issued for

your arrest if you do not take care of traffic tickets on

time, or in the case of convictions, if you don't pay

assessed fines. If you're arrested and use the services of a

bonding company or an attorney, follow their instructions

while you are waiting for your case to be disposed of. You

may be required to report weekly, prohibited from leaving

town, etc. during this time period. If you violate these

rules, the attorney or bonding company can cancel your bond

and a warrant for your re-arrest will be issued. Arrests on

warrants can come at the most embarrassing times, such as at

work, school, on a date, etc. And on top of all that, the

bonding company or attorney isn't going to give your money

back and you'll  have to go through the whole ordeal again.

Once you are charged with an infraction or a crime, follow

through with it in the proper manner. Never ignore these

things. They wont ever go away and they'll always get worse.

DRINKING

The police don't like dealing with sloppy, boisterous drunks

any more than most people do.  If you get yourself in this

condition in a public place you're asking for trouble. If

you get drunk in public, DON'T get involved in a disturbance.

The drunk  tank is the universal solution to disturbances

involving drunks. If you're the type that gets drunk and

rowdy, take a designated driver/caretaker along with you.

Someone who will promise the police that they'll take you

home and lock you up for the night. This doesn't always

work, but it's worth a try.

RESISTING ARREST

Don't ever push, shove, or hit a police officer! The police

don't feel they should be hit for doing their job any more

than the store clerk, doctor, or fireman. This will always

get you a ride downtown. Remember; help arrives quickly to

these events. If you have a problem with an officer, pursue

it through the proper channels. Police administrators don't

want a problem officer around any more than you  do. Don't

resist arrest. Demand to know why you're being arrested if

you haven't been told or don't understand. Resisting doesn't

help your case whether you're innocent or guilty of the

original charge. You'll only be adding another charge which

means more money out of your pocket and into the bondsman's.

 

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