marine dad wrote:Bull. The cop did not take the high road. I listened to the vid 4 or 5 times and I never heard the cop say that the signing of the ticket was not admitting guilt. Normal proceedures is telling to person that the signing of the ticket is only for proof that the driver received the ticket. And it is not an admission of guilt."We found that Trooper Gardner's actions were lawful and reasonable under the circumstances," Davenport said at a news conference, joined by Scott Duncan, commissioner of the UHP's parent agency, the Utah Department of Public Safety.
Did the cop say that? I didn't hear it.
In my view it was not reasonable under the circumstances.
This is the kind of stuff that ticks off the public.