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Old March 13, 2012, 02:25 PM   #12
orangello
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I think Technosavant has the right idea; let's prevent as many of these potential problem entries as possible and use such "dynamic entry" tactics only when absolutely needed to preserve the life of a crime victim, not just as a way to keep some dealer from flushing his inventory.

(apologies if i misinterpret your intent TS)

This does bring to mind the Cory Maye case (fairly local to me); he resisted and managed to get released about ten years later by signing a plea on manslaughter and being sentenced to "time served". I don't see much of a future for the man after ten in the pen; i hope i am wrong.
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