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  1. Criminal Investigations: Re: What Can You Do if an Officer Leaves Details Out of the Police Report

    Your advice is colored by your personal opinions. You have to understand as an American citizen I should be able to expect to find advice that is unassuming about my mental state if for no other...
  2. Criminal Investigations: Re: What Can You Do if an Officer Leaves Details Out of the Police Report

    Ok but please indulge me. What, to you, is suspicious about the details I presented?

    Let's say I was able to convince an impartial legal professional that i might not be 5150, again, just indulge...
  3. Criminal Investigations: Re: What Can You Do if an Officer Leaves Details Out of the Police Report

    What are red flags to you in my details?

    Besides the persons I suspect, what else is "suspicions" to you? There are facts I witnessed that are indicative of a presence in my home that isn't me....
  4. Criminal Investigations: Re: What Can You Do if an Officer Leaves Details Out of the Police Report

    OK.

    I moved into an apartment. Since doing so, there have been multiple break ins. At the time I reported them, there was nothing stolen, and even now I only notice a small collectors toy was...
  5. Criminal Investigations: Re: What Can You Do if an Officer Leaves Details Out of the Police Report

    I know it has happened more than once in a courtroom, where the issue with the witnesses or victims credibility is questioned by asking "why didn't you tell the police?" So it seems likely to me a...
  6. Criminal Investigations: Re: Crime

    I don't know, I figure there's a lawyer out there who's just really gung ho about civil rights, and that person would be interested in seeing what the police thinks isn't important in my case.
  7. Criminal Investigations: Re: Crime

    What are the odds that there is a lawyer out there somewhere who might be willing to read a written statement that the PD refused to accept?
  8. Criminal Investigations: Re: Crime

    If you decided it was something that should have been documented, what would you suggest I do?
  9. Criminal Investigations: Re: Crime

    I would not like to go into specifics at this time. I like police but I understand biases are built easily amongst them and I don't want to convince anyone here I'm a criminal just because I might...
  10. Criminal Investigations: What Can You Do if an Officer Leaves Details Out of the Police Report

    My question involves police conduct in the State of: California

    I understand a lot of discretion is given to officers when called to take a report. If a person gives a report verbally to an...
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