Legal question

Discussion in 'General' started by dailytoken, Nov 17, 2011.

  1. Ok so I live in a small town and long story short my friends dad had something stolen from him....while the police were getting a statement he asked my friendsdad if he knew me, he said no...and the cop proceeded to inform him of my prior arrests and upms and what not so I'm very heated and feel like my privacy has been violated, kinda just venting, what's your two cents GC?
     
  2. 1. why would you be there if your friends dad doesnt know you?
    2. ...why would your friends dad say no?
    3. why would they just randomly start telling him some apparently random guys arrests?
    4. how did they just happen to know your arrest history?
     
  3. Your criminal past is public record. It was a douchebag tactic, but legal.

    They knew he knew you, and they wanted to plant it in his head so he will start suspecting you of doing it. You are already a suspect to the police obviously
     
  4. [quote name='"darksmoker"']1. why would you be there if your friends dad doesnt know you?
    2. ...why would your friends dad say no?
    3. why would they just randomly start telling him some apparently random guys arrests?
    4. how did they just happen to know your arrest history?[/quote]


    The cop mispronounced my name and friends dad didn't recognize....the cop went on to provide details of my arrests...this officer happens to be the one who arrests me.
     
  5. #5 iSPARK, Nov 18, 2011
    Last edited by a moderator: Nov 18, 2011
    Where's the question part come in...?

    Nothing has happened to you, they're not knocking down your door so there is nothing to worry about unless you did it.
     
  6. Yep, get arrested and it is public record. :smoking:
     
  7. Charges we're thrown out due to them making up their own laws, they google the details to see what I could be charges with, therefore my question is, is that slander or no, I do not wish to take any action just grinds my gears...
     
  8. No slander involved. Arrest records are still public record, whether the charges were dropped or not. .
     

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