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  • Mr. John Doe
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    Originally posted by ftlaudcop
    if i was sheriff, i'd take the ticket with a smile.....then deputize ya and
    have ya workin the county jail , to sho ya how nice i was.....


    www.schackdaddy.com

    I wouldn't ticket a sheriff though, I would ticket Bush in a second though. And Clinton and arrest him on exposure cause he was with Monica.

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  • ftlaudcop
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    Originally posted by Mr. John Doe
    I can see where this is going.


    We have beat this topic to death, would you give a ticket to ________. I would only give a ticket to someone if they deserves it, or if there violation calls for it.


    Side note, I will always write anybody that runs for a position in the city or county, only person that would get off is the sheriff if he is nice.
    if i was sheriff, i'd take the ticket with a smile.....then deputize ya and
    have ya workin the county jail , to sho ya how nice i was.....


    www.schackdaddy.com

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  • Bodie
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    I am not sure why this question was even asked. You can write your Lt a ticket and Conflict of Interest awn't have any bearing.
    But why write a firefighter if violations was not DUI or the result of an accident or speed to unreasonable to ignore ??????

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  • Centurion44
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    Before the flaming starts: No, I used to work there. Best SO in the state, IMO.

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  • fjlloyd
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    Originally posted by Centurion44
    Gwinnett County SO can kiss it.
    What is that supposed to mean? Do you have some sort of problem with GCSO?

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  • Centurion44
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    Gwinnett County SO can kiss it.

    To answer the original question, no it won't get thrown out due to conflict of interest. When I worked in the jail I saw Gwinnett Firefighter come through the back door for DUI or public drunk or something- this was years ago. But it proves they aren't above catching a charge.

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  • Mr. John Doe
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    I can see where this is going.


    We have beat this topic to death, would you give a ticket to ________. I would only give a ticket to someone if they deserves it, or if there violation calls for it.


    Side note, I will always write anybody that runs for a position in the city or county, only person that would get off is the sheriff if he is nice.

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  • NOTINLE
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  • Stan Switek
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    Originally posted by Bnathanb1982
    I'm sure this has been asked before but I'm fairly new to this board and had a question about writing tickets. Say you work for Gwinnett county police department and you as a cop pullover a Gwinnett County Fire Fighter and give him a ticket for speeding. Can this ticket be thrown out of court for a "conflict of interest" or something like that. One of my friends is a firefighter and told me that and I'm trying to prove him wrong and get the right answer on this.

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    Nathan
    Conflict of interest???? The guy alleging that obviously doesnt know the meaning of the term.

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  • SO535
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    The ticket won't get thrown out just because the one who is cited is a firefighter. The ticket also will not get thrown out because they both are county employees. I would not write a ticket to a firefighter especially a Gwinnett County Firefighter as they very well may be the one pulling my butt out of a wreck one day. As a Gwinnett County Employee I am not familiar with anything like that in our employee handbook.
    Last edited by SO535; 06-29-2005, 11:45 PM.

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  • Bnathanb1982
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    Writing tickets to county employees

    I'm sure this has been asked before but I'm fairly new to this board and had a question about writing tickets. Say you work for Gwinnett county police department and you as a cop pullover a Gwinnett County Fire Fighter and give him a ticket for speeding. Can this ticket be thrown out of court for a "conflict of interest" or something like that. One of my friends is a firefighter and told me that and I'm trying to prove him wrong and get the right answer on this.

    Thanks
    Nathan

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