NOW they read Miranda? They didn’t read these rights to the original collar (who’s tip-off underpins the whole factual matrix of this arrest) – how is any of the previous testimony admissible?
Can I mention how much I like this case-study format of presentation? It’s a huge amount of fun.
How many of those image memes do you have ready to go, anyways?
I’m pretty sure Nathan is just a trained professional at “remembering and looking up something that is relevant to the situation at hand”.
Sometimes there’s nothing out there, though, and I have to make one myself. (A quick look at the image source url will probably reveal which are which, not that it matters.)
Meme generators are fun!
Yup! And when there isn’t an existing one and you have to make one yourself, just use the Impact font and slap your text on an image of your choice. Takes more time to explain it than to do it.
I have a feeling we’re about to get a handy lesson on the exclusionary rule.
What nationality is the surname “Tziz”?
I spent the last three days reading everything here. Thank you so much for taking the time to make these so clear and entertaining! The book will be a birthday gift for a lot of my friends :)
Thank you! I’m glad you’ve enjoyed it!
I can see why they might want to do a no-knock here (with warning he could have burned that plan rather than binning it), but I don’t quite get why they need half a dozen guys and a ram for one middle-aged banker.
The thinking is, if you go in with overwhelming force without warning, it’s safer for all concerned because people are more likely to submit without any resistance. So you fill the room with frightening armed men and shout like mad to assert command.
It works more often than not. Then again, it also fails tragically too often to ignore.