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Twisting LAPD Impound Policy to Favor Illegals

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Jack Dunphy

Bending over backwards to let unlicensed drivers keep their cars.

It has been at once amusing and saddening to witness the debate here in Los Angeles over how police officers should respond when, having made a traffic stop, they find the driver to be unlicensed.  At issue is the decision an officer must make as to whether or not to impound the car as authorized by California state law and, if the car is impounded, for how long.  It’s been amusing to see so many people twist themselves into legal and intellectual contortions in arguing that cars driven by illegal immigrants should not be impounded, and saddening to know that no matter how tenuous their grip may be on the legal and intellectual arguments, these people will prevail regardless.  We’re talking about Los Angeles, after all, where political agendas often ……………………………..

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“Jack Dunphy” is the pseudonym of an officer with the Los Angeles Police Department. The opinions expressed are his own and almost certainly do not reflect those of the LAPD management.

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