If only that were true!BRN2005 said:In addition to that, the police can tear apart your car or your residence looking for evidence and, whether they find anything or not, the damage is just your tough luck and your expense to repair or replace.
That's a male bovine.BRN2005 said:!!!!bull!!!!
When they were found guilty? No. I don't have those instances. However, we have CHOSEN to pay out on a few doors. And we tend to pay out long before the matter goes to trial ... the most recent was less than two weeks ago. We had the door paid for within 48 hours ... the case has not yet gone to court and the suspect has not yet been arrested.outonbail said:Carl, do you have instances where your department would be responsible for damage done for say serving a warrant, when the party who suffered the damage, was found guilty of the charges which generated the warrant in the first place?
Sure they could.In other words, if you kick the two thousand dollar front door in on some drug dealers home, wouldn't the court find that it was his illegal actions (dealing drugs) which led to the kicking in of his door and therefore, his burden to bare?