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    DRE eval was done. He was on 57.

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    So it’s ok for Sheriff Tony to use 57 but not a Deputy?
    Just curious.

    Discuss

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    1) A DRE test falls under a "Frye" evaluation which FL does not accept the courts use "Daubert" so a dre is inadmissible which makes it irrelevant. 2) Go to law school like I did before becoming "experts" 3) This is exactly why I loved working for my small town pd because unlike u county & state folks we don't throw each other under the bus we looked out for one another God help u all I hope ill will finds u 1 day karma is a *****! U Broward county guys make me sick talking shit about your sheriff & compadres

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    He is a hard worker and a great guy

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    THAT DAM BOY HAD 9 LIVES..I THINK HE JUST SPEND THEM ALL. the list of his issues as a dep are a mile long.....
    Go phuck yourself you typical back stabbing fool. This is why our agency is so distort because of fools like you.
    He will be cleared azzhole and should sue.

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    John had an incident like this at the Pompano Casino several years ago and it turned out John had a stroke. If you have been to DUI classes they teach you that diabetes and stroke can mimic drug/alcohol impairment. Regardless, we will know all when the urine comes back. John will either be charged or have one hell of a lawsuit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    John had an incident like this at the Pompano Casino several years ago and it turned out John had a stroke. If you have been to DUI classes they teach you that diabetes and stroke can mimic drug/alcohol impairment. Regardless, we will know all when the urine comes back. John will either be charged or have one hell of a lawsuit.
    I pray it was a medical episode and that he has recovered from it. No matter if I like the guy or not, he's still one of us and I pray he did not do what everyone on here is accusing him of doing.

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    I pray that John is well.
    Whoever originated this thread trying to cannibalize him and eat him like a piranha must go to hell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    John had an incident like this at the Pompano Casino several years ago and it turned out John had a stroke. If you have been to DUI classes they teach you that diabetes and stroke can mimic drug/alcohol impairment. Regardless, we will know all when the urine comes back. John will either be charged or have one hell of a lawsuit.
    As long as he exhibited signs of impairment, even if medically induced, there won't be a lawsuit. The DUI officer / deputy is protected by law. And no offense but anybody who knows John knows he takes medication and I'm sure some of the warnings say do not operate heavy equipment. I hope he's good and doesn't get charged, but don't wish bad things on the poor officer or deputy forced to conduct the DUI investigation because he was involved in a crash. That could be any of us on any night we go to work.

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    Whoever posted this is a real scum bag ! We all know there is zero compassion for our fellow officers, but this is beyond words. Hope you rot in hell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    As long as he exhibited signs of impairment, even if medically induced, there won't be a lawsuit. The DUI officer / deputy is protected by law. And no offense but anybody who knows John knows he takes medication and I'm sure some of the warnings say do not operate heavy equipment. I hope he's good and doesn't get charged, but don't wish bad things on the poor officer or deputy forced to conduct the DUI investigation because he was involved in a crash. That could be any of us on any night we go to work.
    That's incorrect if you don't ask about illnesses, injuries and medications which are part of the investigation and it turns out the subject has a medical condition and you arrest them, you are absolutely liable for false arrest.

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