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Old 01-25-2015, 2:11 AM
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While doing some research I came across a court case that sounded familiar but I couldn't quite place it. I started reading it and I started to chuckle when I realized that it was an appeal from one of my cases a few years back. I didn't even know the defendant was going to try and appeal his conviction/Pitchess motion (though I should have guessed it based on how he tried to play his trial). In case you were wondering, the defendants case was squashed

Anyone else ever stumble across one of their own cases published somewhere?
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[BTW, I have no problem seeing DEA Agents and drug cops hanging from ropes, but that's a separate political issue.]
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Old 01-25-2015, 3:08 AM
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I stopped caring about my court case dispositions a long time ago. Too many guys at work base their decision to arrest on whether the da will file or not. Or follow court cases to see how much time the suspect gets.

the court system is so jacked up now, even more so because of prop 47. I just go out and do my job. if there is probable cause then I arrest and send it off to the da and never worry about it again.
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Old 01-25-2015, 9:42 AM
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^ +1
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Old 01-25-2015, 5:07 PM
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Periodically I search my own name on the various internet people finders. I paid for "privacy for cops" years ago and it did a fairly good job of removing most of my presence, but they recommend you check once in a while.
So, a couple years ago I found my name listed in "fear not law" in a homicide case where my partner and I were first on scene and ended up fighting and tazing the suspect. His reason for appealing the conviction? He said that the spontaneous statement he made of "ok, I did it" was caused by the "millions of volts of electricity surging through his body." lol. I was never subpoenaed on the appeal so it was news to me.
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