Driving While Intoxicated: Interactions with Police

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      [Chapter Six Chris: Interactions with police.]

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      CHRIS: The interactions with the police were really bad.They were bad for me.I think the police did their job.I thought they did it well, but I also realized thatas soon as I saw the lights, that Iwas going into their world, and I had lostall of my own personal freedom.

    • 00:24

      CHRIS [continued]: And that even my personal rights weregoing to be not acknowledged and actually offended.I knew that.I knew that I was going to be taken because Ihad had a prior offense.And when I say taken, I mean that Iwas going to be convicted and it was going to be harsh,

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      CHRIS [continued]: and they were harsh on me.When I was asked about probable cause,I knew I had made a mistake.And the mistake that I had made was I made myself obviousthat I was out doing something I probablyshouldn't have been doing.The police didn't have probable cause to pull me over,

    • 01:07

      CHRIS [continued]: but what they saw were two guys on a motorcycle on a cold snowynight and I think that was enough for themto bet that they could get a DWI out of this.And I was pulled over for not having my blinkers on,which was incorrect.So I knew at that stage, when they pulled me over,

    • 01:28

      CHRIS [continued]: that this was going to end poorly for me,and I chose not to resist the actions thatwere going to happen.

Driving While Intoxicated: Interactions with Police

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Chris Farias discusses his interactions with the police and how the police behaved towards him.

Driving While Intoxicated: Interactions with Police

Chris Farias discusses his interactions with the police and how the police behaved towards him.

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