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She then asks me, "Are you responsible for everything in that vehicle?"
"are you responsible for everything in that vehicle?"
I look back, then look at her, "Uhh, yes?"
then she asks me "Do you give us consent to search your vehicle?" in this really convoluted tone that is a half rhetorical question half statement, and i ask her, "Is there a penalty if I say no? Will I be treated differently if I say no?" She then alludes to dogs blah blah blah, have your car towed blah blah blah, and I reluctantly say "yes" and she goes and puts me on the curb and proceeds to pull my friends out of the car and question them, then searches them, cuffs my friend in the passenger seat, sit him next to me (he had nothing on him) and then my two friends in the back have their shit taken, weed, paraphernalia. The lieutenant than asks me where my shit is, i tell her. she asks me if i have a scale (LOL) she takes my bowl and weed.
She then gives me a field sobriety test, does the pen test: I follow it with my eyes, not my head, pass it with flying colors, no problem with that one. She then wants me to do the walk-the-line part, and begins stumbling over her own words, starting over with her instructions, telling me to stop at one point, making it sound like i should stop at a different point, tells me to "reverse direction," not "turn around" I ask questions to clarify, blah blah blah. im shaking because its freezing and i had been sitting on the curb in 20 degree with for 15 minutes so my balance isnt the best and theres just so many things that are fucked up with this exposition. i walk the line and am counting but she doesnt tell me to stop. i stop anyway becaues if i didnt i would have walked into her cruiser. I then start walking backwards along the line. it's just stupid. I also heard later that field sobriety tests werent admissable in court.
She then puts me in the cruiser and she and her partner are talking to my friends, and my friend who was in the passenger seat, who admitted to smoking weed, is told he can drive my car and my other friends home (which was alright, cool), but now he's a sober witness to al…
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