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Old 10-22-2012, 19:00   #71
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If a cop's fishing for information to develop probable cause, I don't have any problem baiting a hook and throwing in a line just like he's doing.
So telling someone why they stopped them is fishing for probable cause?

A) they don't have probable cause to make a stop
And that is relevant how exactly?

Here is something your lawyer should have already told you. Traffic stops do not require probable cause. Probable cause is needed only for an arrest. NOT for a traffic stop\ investigative detention.
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