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Paulos

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  1. http://www.three.fm/news/isle-of-man-news/no-plans-to-free-the-weed-says-chief/ This bloke really is fucking clueless, don't listen to a word he says.
  2. Went to court twice because I got it adjourned the first time and first offence for 20 odd years. And i only knew the front bulb was blown. All bulbs fixed the next day.
  3. Got stopped for front light out, discovered rear, number plate, and front sidelight out. I.e. 4 minor defects. Plead guilty cause couldnt be arsed with more hassle. Already been to court twice and spoke to 6 advocates. No VDRS scheme given and vehicle never checked. Also according to vosa categorization of defects who the DOI use at the test centre this is not safety critical therefore warrants a vehicle inspection notice and thats all. No points.
  4. Funny then how I got 3 points and a £400 fine for dodgy lights last week. And my vehicle has never been checked since I was stopped in February.
  5. http://www.iomtoday.co.im/article.cfm?id=33025&headline=Man%20who%20supplied%20drugs%20to%20vulnerable%20girl%20is%20jailed&sectionIs=NEWS&searchyear=2017 Although this young lad might be a scumbag I find 4 years in prison completely disproportionate.
  6. I agree with the op. Mine went in the bin as does all government paperwork. And I don't like anyone threatening me regardless of who they are.
  7. Notwell you really are a clueless fuckwit.
  8. Paulos

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    Disturbing isnt it.
  9. Paulos

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    Yeah ok dilligaf. whatever you say.
  10. Paulos

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    As some one stated the other day you are a copper or ex copper so wouldnt take your skewed view on the law anyway.
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    I think your'e wrong. When a warrant is not necessary It is not necessary for the police to be in possession of a warrant in order to enter and search premises in the following circumstances: To arrest a person for whom a warrant of arrest has been issued during criminal proceedings; To arrest a person for an indictable offence, meaning any offences that can be tried by a jury in the Crown Court; these tend to be the more serious offences; To arrest a person for an offence under the Public Order Act 1936 section 1 which states that it is prohibited to wear a uniform in a public place or
  12. Paulos

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    Police can only enter premises without a warrant if a serious or dangerous incident has taken place. Situations in which the police can enter premises without a warrant include when they want to: deal with a breach of the peace or prevent it enforce an arrest warrant arrest a person in connection with certain offences recapture someone who has escaped from custody save life or prevent serious damage to property.
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    Its not a serious or dangerous incident so no they don't.
  14. Paulos

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    Not a grey area at all. Why do we have judges who issue search warrants. The police have no right to kick your door in because they "think they smell cannabis" in a communal block of flats.
  15. Paulos

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    You don't have to open the door to anyone.
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