Law Enforcers of Today

             Law enforcement officers have a very important role in society.

             have a job that involves lots of decision making and using personal judgment. .

             Law officers have many duties while at work. Law officers have to decide.

             whether or not someone is breaking the law and how they will enforce the.

             situation. Law officers are sometimes expected to be perfect. They have to.

             catch all the bad guys and save all the innocent. Unfortunately it doesn't.

             always work that way but officers try to do the best of their ability. All.

             officers are different in that some are more strict and you can't get away with.

             as much, and others are very laid back and you are apt to get a way with.

             more. I believe all officers should be strict when it comes to safety issues,.

             and people's health is at risk. I also believe officers should try and teach you what is against the law before you are punished, like warnings should be.

             issued when no one is in harms way. Some officers think they are immortal.

             when they put on a badge, sometimes officers forget what they're there for.

             and go too far. There are many cases when people have been falsely abused.

             by officers for no reason. All people have rights, even when you have.

             committed a crime. You are read your rights when you get arrested and no.

             one can take those rights away from you. If an officer violates those rights,.

             you will probably win you case because of it. I think the laws and rules citizens have to follow are reasonable. To run a country successfully, you need to have laws that cover everything. People also need to educate themselves on what the laws are. In this country, you are innocent until proven guilty. Everyone also has a right to a trial before a jury when you have been accused of a crime. Each case obviously has its own circumstances, and that's why everyone gets a trial. I think the more serious the crime, the less "space" or freedom you have. Obviously there are different penalties for speeding and murder.

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