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    To the LEO on here

    This.
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    To the LEO on here

    :)
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    To the LEO on here

    Don’t you have to prove an intent to take or steal to make the burglary charge stick? Again, a dude in your house doing nothing is not necessarily charged with burglary? I realize we are pretty far down the “if” trail now.
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    To the LEO on here

    Thanks for your response. Good info.
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    To the LEO on here

    Agreed. But I’ve been told when you kill an unarmed, non violent intruder in your home just say “castle doctrine” to the cops, they will give you a high five, toss the body in the gutter, and leave, no questions asked!
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    To the LEO on here

    That’s my point. Is trespassing a felony? It certainly is not a violent type of crime like burglary/ breaking an entering. I can’t respond to a trespasser as such can I?
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    To the LEO on here

    Go do that and see how that turns out in civil court for you. You can’t shoot and kill an uninvited dude that came in an unlocked door standing in your house doing nothing threatening. You’d go to jail. There is no standing in the CA “castle doctrine” that allows that. Reading comprehension...
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    To the LEO on here

    I agree with everything there. I was the one that brought up a person in the home, so I changed the conversation a bit. I have been told multiple times by multiple cops that there is a difference in having the house locked and unlocked... basically that someone in your house is not necessarily...
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    To the LEO on here

    From CA cops. Someone walking in my unlocked door is not “breaking and entering” are they? They aren’t burglarizing me at that point. I live in CA, I can’t kill or even beat up a “trespasser” that is not a threat.
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    To the LEO on here

    Yea he could be charged if he went out and beat the shit out of the guy
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    To the LEO on here

    It does not make sense, but that is how it it works. It is still a crime for the person to be in your home but speeding is a crime too. A person walking though your unlocked door is not breaking an entering. You are comparing 2 things that are not the same. I never said the person in your house...
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    Hey 4Waters....

    You mistake people noticing for people caring. :p
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    Interstate Batteries Havasu

    Lol you must be knew here.
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    Thank you Donald Trump!

    You are so full of crap lol.
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    To the LEO on here

    The only rack storage that will ever exist in the middle of a desert is for bodies, not boats :)
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    Bernie.....Text reply suggestion.

    I would have responded that you are a billionaire.
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    To the LEO on here

    Hopefully they weren’t new tires.
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    To the LEO on here

    What city? Do we have a RDP realtor and mortgage broker for Kenya?
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    To the LEO on here

    Replace truck with house and you get the same results if you leave your doors open or unlocked at your home. You leave your screen door open at night, find someone in your house and assault them or even shoot them, you will be in a legal shit storm if they were not threatening you. Close and...
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