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Wrong headed argument

"As soon as Gina refused the road side sobriety test, after the trooper had probable cause to request one, she automatically relinquished her right to prove her innocence."
The officer apparently did not have probable cause to request a sobriety test, proven by that fact that she later blew 2 ZEROs. No one automatically relinquishes their right to prove their innocence. The burden is not on the citizens to prove innocence...this is presumed.

"If you're innocent, then prove it." This is so wrong headed and counter to our justice system that I just pray that you are not involved in law enforcement in any way, shape or form. It's sad enough that you are a citizen and don't understand this.


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