I think since you know so much about the law that you should become a professor, or maybe you should go talk with professors at the colleges, where do you think that I learned all of the information on this, and now that I know that you think that you know the law y dont you start obeying the law. because the law clearly states that you cannot hold longer than 15 minutes just the common JOE is not educated enough to know the difference. I do know that cops will take advantage of the situation if they know that the suspect or individual does not know any better. My professor at college would be interested to know that you think that his information is wrong.<quoted text>
Well funny, I see you did your homework, but I also see that you forgot to add the complete paragraph. Why didn't you put the next sentence (the one in parenthesis) in to complete the entire rule??
Here is the COMPLETE paragraph:
The “Stop and Detain” Pre-Arrest Contact – Reasonable Suspicion Required: The Sheriff or his deputy(when lawfully present in any place) are authorized (in the performance of law enforcement duties) stop and detain any person – so long as: 1) the officer reasonably suspects that person is committing, has committed, or is about to commit (i) a felony or (ii) a misdemeanor involving danger of forcible injury to a person or of appropriation of or damage to property and 2) such action is reasonably necessary either to obtain or verify the identification of the person or to determine the lawfulness of his conduct. An officer who has detained a person based on reasonable suspicion shall immediately advise that person of the officer’s official identity and the reason for the detention. An officer acting
under this rule may require the person to remain in or near such place in the officer’s presence for such time as is reasonable under the circumstances and in no event more not more than 15 minutes.
Okay, here is the part you left out, which is the next line:
At the end of such period, the person detained shall be released without further restraint, or arrested and charged with an offense (if the “reasonable cause to believe” requirement for an arrest has been met). Ark. R. Crim. Pro., Rules 3.1 and 3.2.
In other words if I find probable cause to hold you longer than 15 minutes I can hold you for a longer amount of time if needed.
If you would like his name and phone number just let me know.
You see this is why Pocahontas is so freaking phony. No One in this town is willing to accept information and use it to their advantage they are always right and no one is ever wrong.
If your wrong admitt it.
It states it says "in NO event"
If you have anything else intelligent to say just let me know.
Just bring it on.!!!!