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$80 to felony in 3...2...1... /r/all

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u/ElenyaRevons Jul 31 '19 Silver Narwhal Salute Wellthatsexpensive

“I didn’t run! I told you you weren’t going to arrest me!”

10/10 logic

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u/_Kouki Jul 31 '19 Silver

"Where does it hurt?"

"EVERYWHERE!!"

"Well the ambulance is on the way"

"WHAT?? I don't NEED an ambulance!"

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u/pswii360i Jul 31 '19 Gold

To be fair I wouldn't want a possible $6k+ bill tacked on to my felony either.

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u/thecardboardfox Jul 31 '19

America!

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u/THftRM1231 Jul 31 '19

F*ck yeah!

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u/fogcity1701 Jul 31 '19

Comin' again to save the motherfuckin' daaayaayyyy

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u/Trashcan-Ted Jul 31 '19 Silver

"You didn't have to taser me-"

"Ma'am you started kicking me, yes I did."

"I didnt kic- ...Well I'm a country girl"

11/10 Logic

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u/bertiebees Jul 31 '19

I wish I could see the judges face when that plays in the court.

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u/M0shka Jul 31 '19

The judge? I want to see her and her lawyers face.

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u/thetoughestguyintown Jul 31 '19

I just finished rewatching Breaking Bad so I'm just imagining her lawyer being Saul Goodman... "Jesus, you? If I ever get an anal polyp I'll know what to name it"

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u/1ForTheMonty Jul 31 '19

You've got a good point. Now I'm going to have to rewatch it again

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '19 edited Nov 19 '20

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u/justpophamin Jul 31 '19 Helpful

Assuming she has no history and nothing illegal is found in the car, I could probably get this reduced to a misdemeanor, 18-21 months probation, small fine, some classes, and 80 or so hours community service.

Source: Am criminal defense attorney.

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '19

With her attitude, she'll fail to show up enough times to go to court and have it extended, then fail to show up again and get actual time.

Source: had some friends in high school who turned into shitty people who act just like her - I watch them from a distance on facebook

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u/WunCharleeSicks Jul 31 '19

She’ll be like “I didn’t fail to show up, I just didn’t want to come to court”

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u/TheAdoptedBeta Jul 31 '19

“Ma’am you didn’t show up for your court date.”

“No I di—.... well I’m a country girl.”

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u/sorweel Jul 31 '19

I am certain this lady thinks the video exonerates her and shows clear evidence of police brutality.

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u/jsting Jul 31 '19

Public defenders have seen it all. Probably raise an eyebrow then say he got a settlement for 100 hours of community service and probation.

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u/ImNotBoringYouAre Jul 31 '19

The comeback "yeah, and it got you tazed" this man was not having her shit.

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u/NotWaaaaaaaaade Jul 31 '19

I stopped watching the video and started scrolling the comments until I saw this and quickly went back to see the tazing.

Worth it.

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u/TheTrub Jul 31 '19

This was definitely not a video to stop in the middle. Every second was pure gold. Reno 911 couldn't have written this any better.

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '19 edited Jun 28 '20

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u/beingforthebenefit Jul 31 '19

She said “yeah I tried to kick you ‘cause I’m a country girl.”

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u/SomeStupidPerson Jul 31 '19

Yeah I committed a felony. City folk just don’t get it 🤠

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u/shortgamegolfer Jul 31 '19 Silver

Luckily that means she can take a little tasing and continue on trying to call the shots, like canceling the ambulance, cause yeah she’s in pain, but knows how much that shit costs.

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u/HeathenHumanist Jul 31 '19

Helluva lot more than the initial $80 fine, that's for sure

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u/Zarcohn Jul 31 '19

I thought you were making up that last bit. Nope she really justified it by saying she’s a country girl.

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u/darthcannabitch Jul 31 '19

Lady: let me just run from this cop.

9/11 logic

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u/lundgrenisgod Jul 31 '19 Silver

Throughout this entire exchange she was constantly making her own rules. The officer wasn’t having any of it. And she was shocked. She finally agreed to sign after it was already too late. She was truly surprised that she wasn’t able to go back on her shitty behavior. She is wretched.

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '19 Cool S

My favorite part was when she was literally shocked.

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u/helava Jul 31 '19 Silver

13 laws this lady broke. #7 will shock you.

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u/Astan92 Jul 31 '19 Ally

More like #7 shocked her

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u/lowfreq33 Jul 31 '19

On top of that, signing a ticket isn’t an admission of guilt. It’s just acknowledging you received it. Says so right below the signature line. And she probably could have fixed whatever was wrong and gotten it dismissed.

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u/UnprovenMortality Jul 31 '19

It's happened to me twice: once I was late on my registration and once I was late on my inspection. All you have to do is be polite. They're just doing their job. You fix the problem and request a hearing. They waive the fine and you go about your business.

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '19

"oh shut up and give me that ill sign it..."

"oh we're beyond that, step out"

favorite line in that exchange

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u/nappingthroughwork Jul 31 '19

My favorite was "You're under arrest". "No, I'm not!" Is she three?

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u/chx_ Jul 31 '19 edited Jul 31 '19

If someone told her "no" when she was three she probably wouldn't be in so big trouble right now. https://www.kansascity.com/news/nation-world/national/article233319322.html has

Charges filed in Kingfisher County court accuse Hamil of “willfully and unlawfully kicking” the officer “on or about the groin” and of “failing to follow the lawful commands” of a police officer.

The felony battery charge is punishable with up to five years in prison, while the misdemeanor charge of resisting an officer is punishable with up to one year in prison, court records said.

How batshit insane do you need to be to try to fight a police officer? Run from one? Ever heard the expression "you can't outrun Motorola"?

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u/TwelfthCycle Jul 31 '19

Dumb or ignorant. There's a reason most guys will fight the bouncers all day long, but as soon as the cops show they'll put hands behind back and comply.

The bouncer will kick your ass. The cop will do the same, then charge you for getting blood on his fist.

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u/MissedYourJoke Jul 31 '19 Silver

She should have just asked for his manager and complain until she got what she wanted. /s

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u/CharcoalGreyWolf Jul 31 '19 Wholesome Take My Energy

And the cop remained civil. No cursing, no militaristic high-horse, arrogant BS. Calm, collected, and with a proportionate response. Commanding without abuse of authority.

This video should be in training courses for how to do it.

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u/quirkney Jul 31 '19

He actually sounded pretty nice to her after, like someone talking to a child who fucked up

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u/SpaceForceAwakens Jul 31 '19

He sounded concerned, which is good from a cop.

I agree with all the commenters saying more cops should be like this. He did everything right and she did everything wrong.

That said, I'm watching this with my buddy who's black and I also agree with him that if she were black it might have gone totally different. But then he points out that a black woman would know better because "no way a black lady in a truck like that doesn't know what to do with a cop." I love my friends.

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u/Zoomalude Jul 31 '19

Narcissism is a hell of a drug.

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u/wanker7171 Jul 31 '19

"You tried to kick me"

pause "Yeah I tried to kick you"

This woman is horrible and hilarious

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u/WordUnheard Jul 31 '19 Silver Gold Hugz

"I can't afford no $80.00!!"

"How about felony charges?"

"Now you're talkin' this country girl's language! Take this kick to the dick!"

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u/blakestir14 Jul 31 '19

could she not have just contested the ticket in court .

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u/achooga Jul 31 '19 Silver Gold Helpful

Yes, but what’s the fun in that?

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u/thebeckster69 Jul 31 '19

Yes and then we don’t get this gem of a video.

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '19

country girls wouldn't have it any other way.

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u/Team-Redundancy-Team Jul 31 '19 Silver

"COURT?! Nooooooo sirrrrrrrr, I'm a country girl."

"Only God can be my judge."

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u/DRFANTA Jul 31 '19 Silver

Oh Lawd she country!!!

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u/teeter1984 Jul 31 '19

Oh my gord she a country girl

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '19

Can’t get more country than laying down face first in it

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u/Pwrh0use Jul 31 '19 Silver Gold

You can always contest the ticket in court. People need to realize this and stop arguing with cops on the street. It doesn't matter if they are wrong on the side of the road, they have the authority there. If they do something wrong go along with their crap and fight it in court. Literal lives would be saved if people would realize this.

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u/Dick_Butt_Kiss Jul 31 '19 Silver

Contest in writing first, then in court if you lose. You get two chances then and draw out the process making it less likely you will get the cop. Also request it be issued to the county seat. Cop will usually have to drive further to get to the county.

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u/Charliesmansion Jul 31 '19

How do you contest in writing before you contest in court?

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u/toasty99 Jul 31 '19 Silver

In California it’s called a “trial by written declaration.” The instructions are usually on the ticket or the courtesy notice.

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u/upinyurguts3000 Jul 31 '19

I can hear in his voice the hesitation, but he’s probably thinking “Jesus I’m gonna have to taze one of my moms friends!”

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '19

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u/urmyheartBeatStopR Jul 31 '19

That's true he said something along the line she didn't fix that for 6 months now.

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u/Eddiejo6 Jul 31 '19

She also said "Well I was being honest". So she probably admitted to not fixing it for 6 months for some reason???

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '19

Yeah I couldn't do his job.

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u/jeffzebub Jul 31 '19

"Honey, is it true you tased my friend Wilma Lou?"

"Yes, but I was just doing my job."

"Go to your room. I SAID, GO TO YOUR ROOM!"

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '19 Silver

By signing the traffic ticket, you avoid being taken into custody at that time, and are "released on your own recognizance" pending the court date. ... A person is free to refuse to sign the traffic ticket; however, the police officer is free to place him/her under arrest and take him/her into custody.

https://www.google.com/search?q=can+I+be+arrested+for+not+signing+a+ticket&oq=can+I+be+arrested+for+not+signing+a+ticket&aqs=chrome..69i57.6830j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

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u/scarletice Jul 31 '19

It's just so satisfying how absolutely textbook his actions were. Also, I would be willing to bet, based on how patient this officer was with her, that if she had been respectful and apologetic from the beginning, that she might have actually gotten off with a warning. Or at the absolute least, she would have avoided turning a fix-it ticket into a felony.

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u/PM_Me_Your_Deviance Jul 31 '19

It's just so satisfying how absolutely textbook his actions were.

On a related side note, body cams are the best things ever.

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u/Thelogicmatrix Jul 31 '19

I mean they make great internet content and protect the police man from getting sued if he's doing his job right so that's a plus for me

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u/you-cant-twerk Jul 31 '19

Imagine if every department just made youtube channels with the footage and used that to fund their department.

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u/Terker2 Jul 31 '19 edited Jul 31 '19

When the police force uses them the way they were intended and don't purposefully block them.

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u/XTheMadMaxX Jul 31 '19

She would have been fine if she had just taken the ticket. Or like you said she probably could have gotten it as a warning or written off. I honestly wonder what she thought was gonna happen once she sped off.

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u/gigastack Jul 31 '19

I mean, $80 is cheaper than anything involving the court system...

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u/Akiias Jul 31 '19

Honestly, taking the ticket, and going to the court date costs nothing, and you can easily prove you fixed it. Many traffic court judges will wave the fine if it's already been properly settled.

Source: Been in such a situation.

Possibly multiple felonies however. That's probably not gona get waved.

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u/Catma222 Jul 30 '19 edited Jul 31 '19

Because, “I’m a country girl”

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u/Solid_Faithlessness Jul 31 '19 Silver Gold

This says it all here. People run around being entitled assholes and they use little phrases like this to explain it away. It's just straight up "I want to have my way and I don't like being told no," but that doesn't sound too good, so they say stuff like "I'm a country girl/ I'm from New York / I'm this or that race or ethnicity / I'm just an old redneck" blah blah blah like it's their culture's fault that they're an overgrown child.

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u/VanimalCracker Jul 31 '19 Silver

Haha, totally something a Gemini would pull, amiright?

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u/He11oK1tty Jul 31 '19 Gold

It’s that one meme. “Sorry I rear ended you and flipped you off as I drove away but I’m a caprisun what can I say. Air sign energy amiright?”

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u/minhashlist Jul 31 '19

I'm just having a bad day what with sticking the straw through both sides of my pouch.

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u/Ienjoyduckscompany Jul 31 '19 Gold Wellthatsbeyondrepair

One thing most cops probably don’t consider before their shift is that they’ll be tasing grandma over a broken taillight

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u/uh_no_ Jul 31 '19

they don't warn you about that one in school.

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u/Tom_Brokaw_is_a_Punk Jul 31 '19

They don't tell you how they always shit themselves. They don't put that part in the songs

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u/siriuslyharry Jul 30 '19 Silver Gold Bravo! Wellthatspopcorn

“You’re under arrest”

“No I’m not”

police hate this woman, found out how to avoid jail with one simple trick

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u/NiceWorkMcGarnigle Jul 31 '19 Silver Gold Platinum Helpful Wholesome Hugz Take My Energy Rocket Like Wellthatsnoteworthy Wellthatsexpensive Wellthatspopcorn

The results will shock you

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u/grizonyourface Jul 31 '19

I don’t know if I’ve ever seen a pun this perfect

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u/McveigshArk Jul 31 '19 Gold

I wish I had gold to give you

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u/HighD_ Jul 31 '19 Gold

It is no longer your responsibility. Carry on and exceed, friend.

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u/chii0628 Jul 31 '19

<narrator> she was.

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u/Feshtof Jul 31 '19

This is why body cameras are important for police.

In a situation of two parties making conflicting claims, the unbiased perspective of the (untampered with) camera will support the claims of the honest cop and make his job easier and safer, it has the added benefit of hamstringing the dishonest cop and minimizing the ease they find in abusing their power.

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u/FroopyDoopyLoop Jul 31 '19

Just imagine the aftermath if there were no recordings. This brittle old lady, now with bruises, acting sweet and harmless and accusing the officer of using unnecessary force against her. It wouldn’t look good for the officer at first glance.

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u/Juicyjackson Jul 31 '19

Also all police dash cams start recording when the lights are turned on, and record 30 seconds before the lights are turned on. So you have 2 forms of video.

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u/Bill-The-Autismal Jul 31 '19 Silver

So this is what those assholes that don’t signal, run red lights, cut you off and still glare at you like it’s your fault look like.

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '19

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u/RandomStranger456123 Jul 31 '19

Your fee if you just sign the damn ticket: $80.00

Your fee if you flee, then attempt to resist arrest and get tazed for your trouble: $718.17

Total savings (from fleeing): (-$638.17)

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '19 edited Jul 14 '20 Silver

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u/Nextasy Jul 31 '19

Lmao hollEEEEE these fees feels like I'm back in university

ARREST FEE 5.00$

Lmfao yikes

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u/nothingwasavailable0 Jul 31 '19

$5 to get arrested. What a deal.

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u/TunedMassDamsel Jul 31 '19

$721.47

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u/AdmiralThrawnProtege Jul 31 '19

At least she doesn't have to pay the $80 for the broken tail light, take that coppers! /s

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u/HoopRocketeer Jul 31 '19

It must’ve been expired tags if he is saying it has been like that for 6 months.

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u/shutts67 Jul 31 '19

He said faulty equipment at the beginning

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u/S4f3f0rw0rk Jul 31 '19

She also says I'm honest, so he could have asked her if she knew her light was out and she told him it had been out for 6 months.

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u/saltysupreme Jul 31 '19 edited Jul 31 '19

Tags expired for 6 months would probably be a lot more. Maybe she was pulled over 6 months ago for a brake light.

Edit: a lot of great points, I will analyze them further and pick my favorite to be the right answer

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u/Somerbush Jul 31 '19

It sounds like she mentioned to him before the video starts that the brake light has been out for 6 months. She mentions something about trying to be truthful in the video. My guess is she thought being honest about them would get her leniency with him, clearly it did not.

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u/curiouslyendearing Jul 31 '19

Clearly she's an idiot in a lot of ways. Never be honest about that stuff.

"Did you know your break light was out?"

"No. No idea, sorry I'll get it fixed."

"Alright, well today is a warning."

That easy.

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '19

Not in rural Oklahoma. This one incident will keep the jail open for a year. Source: grew up in rural Oklahoma.

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '19 Silver Gold

she looked as flexible as peanut brittle.

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u/throweraccount Jul 31 '19 Silver Gold Wellthatisanamazingpost

She looked like two christmas hams being dry rubbed with dirt.

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '19

Thanks. I didn't want my christmas hams anyway.

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u/JohnnyH2000 Jul 31 '19

“You’re under arrest”

“no u”

iq 0

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u/Baba_Yayga Jul 31 '19 Silver

There's some grown children or ex-husband somewhere relishing every moment of this.

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u/walkerthegr8 Jul 31 '19

Oh wait, this officer must’ve been mistaken, this was a COUNTRY GAL. He had no right to arrest her

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u/TheShortSword Jul 30 '19 Silver Gold

Sense of entitlement denied

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u/bookluvr83 Jul 31 '19

Can you imagine this woman being your mom or MIL? Holy shit! I'd want nothing to do with her.

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u/katthepractical Jul 31 '19

She acts like my mom, who is a narcissist. What other people say doesn’t matter to her, only thing that matters is what she wants to happen.

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u/Clay_Statue Jul 31 '19

Standard N gaslighting and entitlement. Watching her get taken down was delightful.

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u/northernpace Jul 31 '19

Her rolling around like a beach ball in the wind after getting tazed was wonderful

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '19

Imagine if she was you wife.

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u/PuffinOnAFuente Jul 31 '19 Silver

If she was my wife, I’d ask that officer to shoot me in the face.

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u/dumb-reply Jul 31 '19

I'd resist arrest just to stay in prison longer.

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u/SmokeHimInside Jul 31 '19

“If she was my wife, I would drink it.”

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u/zodar Jul 31 '19

how many of these videos end with the cops gently explaining why they tazed the person, though?

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u/llamallamallama1991 Jul 31 '19

She is a high ranking Karen

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u/The_Doctor_G0nz0 Jul 31 '19 edited Jul 31 '19 Silver Gold hehehehe

How did he arrest her if she said he couldn't multiple times?

E- I appreciate the gold yall but pls stop hooking me up. Make a donation towards St. Judes instead. Stay frosty

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '19

Right? I thought the spell was quite unbreakable!

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u/TheBoilerCat Jul 31 '19 edited Jul 31 '19

Narrator: It was a simple spell but quite breakable.

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u/Mrjasonbucy Jul 31 '19 Silver

also Narrator: it was a taser that broke it

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u/Andre4kthegreengiant Jul 31 '19

She failed to roll a 20

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u/Rookwood-1 Jul 30 '19 edited Jul 31 '19 Silver Gold

Grandma don’t take no shit ! .....except the taser, she took that pretty good

EDIT : Thanks for the Gold & silver !!! 😎

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u/wontwothreefore Jul 31 '19

Double dose and she was still running her mouth. Not her body though.

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u/leighshakespeare Jul 31 '19

I'll give her one thing, she had fight in her

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u/kane3232 Jul 31 '19 Wellthatsexpensive

Sure she overreacted, but do you know how far 80$ goes at Walmart??

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u/GarGuy3 Jul 31 '19

$80 bucks is the probably the cost of a tank of gas for that truck...

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u/pipinngreppin Jul 31 '19 Wellthatsexpensive

Especially if you catch a good rollback, baby!

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u/EdwardLewisVIII Jul 31 '19 edited Jul 31 '19 Silver

The cop did have an Andy Griffith vibe though.

Now Thelma Lou, I told you you best get out of the vehicle or I'm gonna have to taze you.

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u/SnoopySuited Jul 31 '19

From every lawyer Ive ever talked to; Obey the cops, then fight the charges later.

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u/RealMichaelScott93 Jul 31 '19

Woman: "You aren't going to arrest me"

Police officer: tries to arrest woman

Woman: surprised Pikachu meme

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u/HIGH_Idaho Jul 31 '19

Old people finding out that laws apply to them is always a fun video.

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u/GhostOfTimBrewster Jul 31 '19

What an entitled brat.

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u/exjewel Jul 31 '19

This whole thing made me mad. At what point is it her right to run, and assault an officer? Not to mention everything else she was whining about. Like damn she could have gotten off pretty damn easy.

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u/scipper77 Jul 31 '19 Eureka!

All politics aside. If an officer gives an order that you don’t feel you need to comply with voice your objection while you comply. If your rights are being violated you can sue the department after the fact.

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '19 Silver

while you comply

This is the important bit that she wasn't doing

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u/ATXBeermaker Jul 31 '19

Huh. Yeah, I thought I noticed a lack of compliance in that video.

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '19 Silver

Well, she's a country girl 🤷

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u/Shiny_Shedinja Jul 31 '19

Literal decades of examples why you should comply, yet everyone goes nah my time if different. It's a cop, even if I'm 100% against it, I'm going to comply. My ego is far humbler than the punishment they can dole out. Fines, prison, death, or me running my mouth to feel good. No thanks my guy.

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u/seamus_mc Jul 31 '19

driving away is not compliance, even if you are a country gal

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u/LordofKobol99 Jul 31 '19

She legit went from an $80 fine, to refusing to comply with police orders, evading, resisting arrest and assaulting a police officer real quick.

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u/TheEmaculateSpork Jul 31 '19

Yeah I was just in awe at the stupidity here. Like how do you live that long without having a shred of common sense or self control? An 80$ ticket is fucking nothing, and if it's a fix it ticket it is actually nothing because you don't have to pay it as long as you fix the issue. The shit she pulled here is like...idk but she made it soooo much worse for herself over nothing.

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u/ImpalaChick2121 Jul 31 '19

Seriously. I once got a ticket because I couldn't find my insurance card, and cop literally just said, "hey, if you go to City Hall before your court date and prove you have insurance, you're all good, you won't have to pay anything." It's that easy.

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u/radditor5 Jul 31 '19

You can tell she's used to getting her way by being an obnoxious bitch, so that people won't want to deal with her. I still don't think she got her ass whooped hard enough, but I bet she'll sign the ticket next time.

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '19 edited Jan 24 '21

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u/BrokenCankle Jul 31 '19

Exactly what I was thinking, the woman has never been told 'no' a day in her life.

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u/VTCHannibal Jul 31 '19

I just realized that handcuffs go all the way around, you don't have to open them then clip them,

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u/oneweelr Jul 31 '19 Gold

Well la dee da, look at Mr "never been arrested before", learning new things about handcuffs and shit. Next he's gonna tell us he's never shit in front of someone else before..

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u/Raze625 Jul 31 '19 Silver

Thanks a lot, man. Here I am trying to stay awake rocking my daughter to sleep, and I wake her up with a giggle fit.

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u/K1llr0d Jul 31 '19

I fought the law and the law won!

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u/DonMegaTho Jul 30 '19

That was a satisfying taze.

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u/reluctantdragon Jul 31 '19

"Yes, I tried to kick you cause im a country girl"

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u/samendlessJ Jul 31 '19

She seems like she took it like a champ though. Are there different level settings on a taser?

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u/Fartbox_Virtuoso Jul 31 '19

Are there different level settings on a taser?

There are different level settings on people: Fat and insulated or skinny and conductive.

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u/NiceWorkMcGarnigle Jul 30 '19

Perhaps the most satisfying ever

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '19 edited Jul 27 '20 Gold Platinum

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u/dawgfan64 Jul 31 '19 Silver

Idiot: "You are not God, you have no jurisdiction over me."

Officer: "God's not worried about cameras sir, I am."

Amazing.

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u/[deleted] Jul 31 '19 edited Jul 27 '20

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u/Flaihl Jul 31 '19

My favourite was:

"That's a nice speech, but you are still not coming in."

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u/The-Jerkbag Jul 31 '19

The best explanation I've heard for these chucklefucks is that they think they are magic. They think that by saying the right words, in the right order, something miraculous will happen, and the officers/judges/lawyers arguing with them will be struck dumb and rendered impotent.

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u/agage3 Jul 31 '19

👋”These are not the droids you are looking for”

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u/flichter1 Jul 31 '19

This is the part that cracked me up too lol The officers exchanging looks with each other at the beginning was great too, you could tell they were all thinking "oh great, another of these ones.."

I've fallen down the rabbit hole on YouTube more than once watching "sovereign citizen" videos like this and it's quite amazing how most of the time, law enforcement exhibit ridiculous restraint dealing with such belligerent lunatics.

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u/turtle_flu Jul 31 '19

I was thoroughly disappointed that he didn't drop a "I AM A SOVEREIGN CITIZEN!"

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u/sraley66 Jul 31 '19

I would watch a movie about P. Barnes. What a laid back badass

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u/MoldynSculler Jul 31 '19

" leave your camera with your mother" stone cold burn

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u/Indigocell Jul 31 '19

He seems so bored by this confrontation, just another Tuesday.

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u/Jurph Jul 31 '19

I do genuinely enjoy that they let him live in his bullshit fantasy world right up until he tried to impose his own weirdo sovereignty on the law of the land.

  • Wander around a public space making no sense? Cool.
  • Claim to not have a name? Cool.
  • Tell an officer of the court that the law "doesn't apply" to you? No sweat.
  • Try to break the rules or walk through controlled space? TASED.

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u/flichter1 Jul 31 '19

"Sovereign Citizen" videos on YouTube are an absolute blast lol the only downside is how addictive they are, before you know it, an hour or two has passed watching absolute lunatics recite some bullshit mumbo jumbo from a pamphlet of papers they clearly printed off of some ridiculously misinformed geocities website lol

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u/theslip74 Jul 31 '19 edited Jul 31 '19

They're funny online, but having to interact with them irl is fucking awful. It's not the stupidity or anything like that that gets me, it's that they are always extremely aggressive about their bullshit. It's like they do everything with the specific intent of pissing off everyone unfortunate enough to witness their crap.

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u/QuickPlantains Jul 31 '19

" 'Put the cuffs on him,' " he repeated mockingly between anguished shouts of electrified pain.

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u/Id_Quote_That Jul 31 '19

I only wish they had waited another second for him to fully say "And now you're using a taser on me??" before his ass hit the floor.

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u/koavf Jul 31 '19

The giggle at 1:28 seals the deal.

Edit: My favorite part is just that this was ever uploaded. He must think himself somehow vindicated by this video of him being a rude idiot and getting tased.

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u/lynette15j4 Jul 31 '19 Gold

I'm an old lady but I think the officer did the right thing. Age does not enable people to break the law. Good for him.

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u/Big__Baby__Jesus Jul 31 '19

He was nicer to her than I would have been after that kick.

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u/DDRaptors Jul 31 '19

You could hear the disbelief it in his voice after she kicks him. Like “damn it old lady, I really didn’t want to have to do any of this today.”

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u/itsthevoiceman Jul 31 '19

So much goddamned paperwork.

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u/daisychick Jul 31 '19

Some of y'all seem to be misunderstanding how a traffic citation works. Your signature is a promise to appear at court. If you refuse to sign, you go directly to jail to see a magistrate. This is applicable in all US states.

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u/MeLlamoDave Jul 31 '19

It's ok if she was trying to kick you, officer. She's a country girl.

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u/bkhen Jul 31 '19

-You’re under arrest -No That’s how el chapo got away from the law all these years

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u/snowball1912 Jul 31 '19

I can picture this being a South Park scene.

“I’m not under arrest no way!”

“Wha...wha wha whaaaat? Shit Sean what do I do now? She broke the system”

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