|Re: Here's a quote|
Posted by Dave on November 02, 2005 at 21:39:44:|
In Reply to: Here's a quote posted by SLANG on November 02, 2005 at 13:42:32:
You may wish to argue your position to the CA AG, Bill Lockyer......I have read some of his filings and he too cites People v Superior Court as proof that when one is stopped for a traffic citation, a person is technically arrested, then after signing a promise to appear, is released.
Interestingly enough, the cite of People v Griffith seems to lend credence to my claim that when a DFG boards a boat with no "rational suspicion" of a crime having been committed, that they may not legally stop a citizen.
Why don't you try actually posting the entire page 186 and 200 along with a holding summation.
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