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can an officer lie to you to get you to come into the station so he can arrest you on warrants??r=1226173263?

can an officer tell you he needs you to sign a restraining order and you really don't but you don't know that so you go to the station and arrest you for an outstanding warrant?


    




Lane
There is an old saying, anything is possible. This is reality and anything is possible in this world.


Jim Bob
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Yes they can,

cops lie all the time.


Robert S
Why would he have to? He can arrest you on the spot if you have a warrant.


Who-Me?
Yes, he can. The moral this story is that if you have a warrant clear it before you walk into a police station if you want to walk out again on your own. Police are obligated to arrest you if you have a warrant.


Colanth
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As long as the cop isn't testifying under oath, he can tell you anything. If you fall for it that's your problem.


muji8u
u have a right to a lawyer so if i were u, i would get one befor i talk to the cops.


Football mom
LOL yes they ca. Its kinda like where I was from if you called i to ask if you had warrants they would tell you that you have to come in to get that information. HA HA I am not that stupid! (this has been several years ago though)


shocked
Sure they can.

Just like when they tell rubes that they have won a tv and to go someplace and pick it up, and then arrest them.


WI help
Yes this is a lawful and regularly used tactic by the police. It is called police deception. It works very well and will continue to be used with a great amount of effectiveness.


Chainsaw II
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Yes, yes he can. Do it all the time in fact.





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