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True Story—Wrongfully Accused Member Arrested By S.W.A.T.

After avoiding a reckless driver, our member Joyce thought the worst was over. She soon found out the worst was just beginning. From phone calls with police detectives, to answering her door with a SWAT team gun directed at her face, Joyce had to face the ugly side of our criminal justice system. Watch our video to find out how U.S. & Texas LawShield was able to assist Joyce.

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76 comments on “True Story—Wrongfully Accused Member Arrested By S.W.A.T.

    How do you sue the DA, local police, and the person who made a false complaint? You just dumped the story without an ending. Are you kidding…………

    This just goes to prove, ALWAYS,always be the first one to call Police when there is an altercation like this. An immediate 911 call might have stopped the whole thing. When you make the call then you are the one who speaks first. If someone takes a picture of your vehicle you should try to get a picture of theirs or at least the type and license plate number and file a report with the Police.

    Years ago, an applicant to the New London Police Department in Connecticut was disqualified for scoring too high (120, 10 points lower than is required to join Mensa) on a police department administered I.Q. test. He took the department to court. The court ruled it was OK, as long as all intelligent applicants were disqualified. A similar case followed in New York City, with the court ruling it was OK, too, as long as all intelligent applicants were rejected.
    Since then, the policy of disqualifying intelligent applicants to police departments is being practiced across the country.
    Are today’s cops intelligent enough to understand that they risk both their lives and those of all police when they abuse their power and follow irrational directives?

    Lesson learned, even in a situation where the weapon was drawn but kept hidden, call your lawyer.
    I had a situation like that and like Joyce I was able to escape. As soon as it was safe I called the police and gave a description of the other vehicle. I re holstered my Beretta when I got home.
    Nothing came of my situation, but it sounds like with Joyce that other driver never saw a weapon, she just made up the attempted shooting story after the fact.

    It seems to me that this is a clear violation of the Sixth amendment! If know one has followed up on that alone…I’m calling B.S. to the whole “story”.

    Okay, so let me get this straight.. The person who filed a complaint Claimed that SHE/HER CAR was shot at Two times… but she decided to go ahead and BLOCK the car that she claims Did this … to take a Picture of the car and the person who Took this report Beleived it?? Sorry, sitting here shaking my head… Don’t get me wrong.. I support the Blue in most matters.. but this one, Really?

      The 6th Amendment doesn’t really apply in this case. She never went to trial. The case has to go before a Grand Jury first to determine if there will be a trial. This GJ determined it would not go to trial.

      As for the treatment of this woman, that was reprehensible in my belief, from the story that was told.

    I am a bit confused by this story. How would the other driver know the lady had a gun if it remained hidden in her lap and she did not get out of the car? I think there are many holes in her version of the story. I am also skeptical when of any story where one side is totally villainized and the other is perfectly innocent and proper. Would there also be witnesses to the incident?

    Since the false accuser took a photo which may show J was cutoff. Where was the full investigation and conviction of the real criminal??? The crooks get away again and again and etc!

    This is where you need one of those dash cams with sound. Then sue the crap out of the other person for everything you can.

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