Live PD: You Can Call Me Honest T (Season 2) | A&E

An officer encounters two young men who come clean about their possession of marijuana before he even starts questioning them in this clip from “01.20.18”. #LivePD
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Live PD
Season 2
Episode 28
01.20.18

On “Live PD,” ABC’s Dan Abrams and Dallas Police Department Detectives Rich Emberlin and Kevin Jackson offer insight and commentary as live cameras capture the work of a mix of urban and rural police forces around the country on a typical Friday night.

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  1. I know this is meant to humanize this county's sheriff dept. but think of how people would feel if they were handcuffed because they had a beer in their car. It would be absurd and this is absurd. Anti marijuana laws are promoted by the alcohol industry to stop competition. Also it shows you DO NOT confess to having marijuana, any marijuana because the result was a car search.

  2. Black people: take note, this is the proper way to handle contact with the police. No fighting, no attacks on cops, if these guys had done what so many blacks do, attack the police, they would have gone to jail or gotten themselves hurt or killed over a small or simple matter. Instead, they were smart, complied with the cops and got a small ticket and were on their way. Easy peasy. Cops aren't the problem, you are your own biggest enemies. Don't commit crime and, if you do, when you get caught, handle it like a pro by going to court.

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