Ft. Collins, Colorado: Man Charged With DUI Had No Drugs, Alcohol In His System - Ten Cases Like This With Same Officer

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Its either an abuse of his power.

OR

He thought they were under the influence of something and figured the blood test would prove it one way or the other.

Flip side if he let them go and they killed someone. Then we’d all be saying why didn’t he arrest them?

Without any real knowledge of the situations. I’m just playing devils advocate.

For the judge to come right out and call the officer not credible is astonishing. Pretty much discredits every arrest he’s ever made.
 
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He thought they were under the influence of something and figured the blood test would prove it one way or the other.
By “thinking” they are under the influence makes it sound like guilty until proven innocent or otherwise.
 

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For the judge to come right out and call the officer not credible is astonishing.
That Judge probably running for re-election soon. That would explain a lot.
And, isn’t CO now the CA of the midwest? The same voters there who had to have their weed were shocked to find out it cost them their concealed carry ”rights” and that they can no longer answer a 4473 truthfully. No sympathy here.
 

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Seems some cop in Cobb County, GA think he's The Drug Whisperer and has arrested several people for driving under the influence of weed. Only one problem, they weren't. So, a big FU to Cobb County Police Officer T.T. Carroll :mad:

 
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