Live PD: Cleanest Record in East Providence (Season 3) | A&E

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When an officer pulls over a car who was suspected of drag racing, the driver insists he has the cleanest record in town and was not breaking the law in this clip from "7.30.19". #LivePD
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  • Like Live PD? Catch Live Rescue, returning on Monday September, 23rd at 9/8c!

    A&EA&EVor 4 Monate
    • This officer is waxk g. 🤦🏽‍♂️garbage

      Brandon EcheverriaBrandon EcheverriaVor 2 Monate
    • Not a fan of this officer think other viewers share the same opinion...

      Jullian SoriaJullian SoriaVor 3 Monate
    • Lmao you crazy

      SleepLessSleepLessVor 4 Monate
  • They pull him out the car because he’s Mexican

    Oscar PiedraOscar PiedraVor 5 Stunden
  • A cop had no right to throw out that man out of the car without telling him why he was stopped. Know your 4 amendment rights! The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects personal privacy, and every citizen's right to be free from unreasonable government intrusion into their persons, homes, businesses, and property -- whether through police stops of citizens on the street, arrests, or searches of homes and businesses. Lawmakers and the courts have put in place legal safeguards to ensure that law enforcement officers interfere with individuals' Fourth Amendment rights only under limited circumstances, and through specific methods. What Does the Fourth Amendment Protect? In the criminal law realm, 4th Amendment "search and seizure" protections extend to: A law enforcement officer's physical apprehension or "seizure" of a person, by way of a stop or arrest; and Police searches of places and items in which an individual has a legitimate expectation of privacy -- his or her person, clothing, purse, luggage, vehicle, house, apartment, hotel room, and place of business, to name a few examples. The Fourth Amendment provides safeguards to individuals during searches and detentions, and prevents unlawfully seized items from being used as evidence in criminal cases. The degree of protection available in a particular case depends on the nature of the detention or arrest, the characteristics of the place searched, and the circumstances under which the search takes place. When Does the Fourth Amendment Apply? The legal standards derived from the 4th Amendment provide constitutional protection to individuals in the following situations, among others: An individual is stopped for police questioning while walking down the street. An individual is pulled over for a minor traffic infraction, and the police officer searches the vehicle's trunk. An individual is arrested. Police officers enter an individual's house to place him or her under arrest. Police officers enter an individual's apartment to search for evidence of crime. Police officers enter a corporation's place of business to search for evidence of crime. Police officers confiscate an individual's vehicle or personal property and place it under police control. Potential scenarios implicating the Fourth Amendment, and law enforcement's legal obligation to protect Fourth Amendment rights in those scenarios, are too numerous to cover here. However, in most instances a police officer may not search or seize an individual or his or her property unless the officer has: A valid search warrant; A valid arrest warrant; or A belief rising to the level of "probable cause" that an individual has committed a crime. What if My Fourth Amendment Rights Are Violated? When law enforcement officers violate an individual's constitutional rights under the Fourth Amendment, and a search or seizure is deemed unlawful, any evidence derived from that search or seizure will almost certainly be kept out of any criminal case against the person whose rights were violated. For example: An arrest is found to violate the Fourth Amendment because it was not supported by probable cause or a valid warrant. Any evidence obtained through that unlawful arrest, such as a confession, will be kept out of the case. A police search of a home is conducted in violation of the homeowner's Fourth Amendment rights, because no search warrant was issued and no special circumstances justified the search. Any evidence obtained as a result of that search cannot be used against the homeowner in a criminal case. Learn More About Search and Seizure and the Fourth Amendment from a Lawyer The rules of search and seizure are notoriously complicated. You don't have to stay confused though, and the complex rules mean that an expert can often find problems with searches, which can result in evidence being thrown out of court. Contact an experienced criminal defense attorney who can review the search and seizure procedures used in the case against you to see if your Fourth Amendment rights were violated.

    I M A QYNI M A QYNVor 5 Stunden
  • Looks like the cop was just looking for an excuse to lock him up .

    Fernando FelixFernando FelixVor 2 Tage
  • You never know who's gonna pull a gun on you. I don't think he was power trippin' at all.

    wes redwes redVor 5 Tage
  • That officer did not have the right to go into that guy's left front pocket. Yes, the officer had a right to do a Terry Frisk, because he could probably see the knife sticking out of the guy's right front pocket, so that gave him the Reasonable Articulable Suspicion to do a Terry Frisk. During the Terry Frisk the right front pocket seemed to contain a bulky object, like a thick billfold, not something that the officer had any right to go into the pocket to confirm. Now maybe, it was the way A&E edited the episode (yes, I've seen the full episode), but it also appears that the officer removed the driver's ID from his pocket, which the officer had no right to do. Also, I thought it was weird that after the officer searches the man's front pockets, he proceeds to tell him to keep his hands out of his pockets. Officers say they do this for Officer Safety, because they do not know what you have in your pockets, but since the officer searched his pockets, the officer cannot claim this, so why tell the guy not to put his hands in his pockets?

    Gene Pincomb IIGene Pincomb IIVor 8 Tage
  • He is lucky he wasn't charge for drag racing.. he will do some serious time

    Charlie ThaoCharlie ThaoVor 9 Tage
  • 1:20 the other cop was like “Ah Ryan, here we go again with your BS”

    Lou GiordanoLou GiordanoVor 9 Tage
  • Bad police officer. Needs retraining.

    WilliamWilliamVor 11 Tage
  • he does have the right to know why is he been pulled out of the car! obviously the cop doesnt know our rights

    Amanda DiazAmanda DiazVor 11 Tage
  • He was hoping he had weed on him

    Jimmy SmithJimmy SmithVor 12 Tage
  • Why did the cop not just tell him the reason he pulled him out of the car?

    Tushar VTushar VVor 12 Tage
  • When middle school graduates are giving a gun and a badge. You get something like this doofus cop.

    High FrequencyHigh FrequencyVor 15 Tage
  • Apparently exhibitionism racing is up there with recklessness that made this traffic stop a little different than others. If someone races near the public on city streets then the public doesn't feel safe and that's different than a tail light out or other infraction. Violent maneuvers with a car is the same as physical violence without car.

    cascadecascadeVor 15 Tage
  • The cop was clearly a Messi fan

    Gymuyas SayumygGymuyas SayumygVor 16 Tage
  • Turn the CA OWFF

    Josiah DeaneJosiah DeaneVor 17 Tage
  • Umm actually he does know his rights and this is video evidence of this cop violating them

    D A N N YD A N N YVor 18 Tage
  • Unprofessional conduct that’s unbecoming of a police officer

    #02588 #02588#02588 #02588Vor 18 Tage
  • Wtf the first thing that a cop does when you get pulled over is to tell you the reason that you got pulled over.

    MannyJS23MannyJS23Vor 19 Tage
  • They need to get rid of this cop before he cost the tax payers millions. He doesn't have the mind set to have that authority and to carry a firearm.

    2wheeled Demon2wheeled DemonVor 19 Tage
  • I understand that the cop doesn't have to tell him why he pulled him over, but when the guys is asking, instead of trying to argue with him, just tell him. I don't see why he had wait to tell him.

    HenryHenryVor 19 Tage
  • This video will get that kid out of the ticket. The cop most certainly CAN NOT just pull you out of a car.

    Blake PainterBlake PainterVor 19 Tage
  • Cop kept it real the whole time

    Bigshot KnucklebagsBigshot KnucklebagsVor 19 Tage
  • When he said “oh my god” and refused to put his hands on the car was when the cop got mad. You have to at least follow simple commands. You can’t dictate “what you are going to do” just because you don’t feel like it.

    blackdragon7803blackdragon7803Vor 19 Tage
  • Thumbnail looks like an overgrown Iniesta arresting a small Cristinao

    kstokmankstokmanVor 20 Tage
    • 😂😂😂

      Gymuyas SayumygGymuyas SayumygVor 16 Tage
  • Where was the evidence he was speeding!

    BasicslomotionBasicslomotionVor 20 Tage
  • I didn't know that Cristiano Ronaldo got pull over.

    Gabriel BautistaGabriel BautistaVor 20 Tage
  • I like how the East Prov cops dont baby talk these fools

    Hacker-lessHacker-lessVor 20 Tage
  • I think the officer could’ve handled this one differently. However, I do like him in other vids of him in here and he wasn’t a complete jerks in this one but if it had ever been a different person he was pulling out of the car, it also could e had a different outcome. It’s just about respect. The officers need to show respect too upfront in situations like this one. I also do understand though, officers have to deal with uncooperative drivers who speed off on them often. So...I see both sides here.

    BS17BS17Vor 20 Tage
  • He pulled out the car and patted him down for a race that could he could’ve possibly been in

    Kei GreenKei GreenVor 20 Tage
  • I literally own the same car

    Doodle BobDoodle BobVor 21 Tag
  • Sorry, but this isn’t a police state. Officer must and are legally required to inform you up front why they pulled you over and must give a reason why they pulled you out of your car. This officer is lying straight to your face, and honestly shouldn’t be on any duty with an attitude like that.

    L J RayL J RayVor 21 Tag
  • Thats Matt damon

    REALDEALFU1 yoREALDEALFU1 yoVor 21 Tag
  • 1) Does illegal U-Turn 2) Pulls the car over for most likely the fact it has a spoiler 3) Threatens to use force for no explained reason WhY aRe ThE pOlIcE hAtEd

    RomanOutdoorsRomanOutdoorsVor 21 Tag
  • I’m pretty sure u don’t have to get out of the car if a cop asks u. u only have to get out if he gives u a reason

    Exotic_BurgersExotic_BurgersVor 21 Tag
  • This the type of super cop that should work in jail

    banger dawgbanger dawgVor 21 Tag
  • You don't wanna bust my balls your busting my balls right know😏

    Steve MartinezSteve MartinezVor 21 Tag
  • This cop was unprofessional.

    John ShinJohn ShinVor 21 Tag
  • I worked law enforcement and it is a must that a law enforcement police officer needs to present him/herself as first step interview and who he/she what department represents then secondly the reason of the pulling over the citizen and from there the treatment will follow depending how the citizen behaves after ID questions, then ID will be asked, then if necessary it will be asked the citizen to step out of a vehicle if it is safe for the citizen and police offier. Many steps fail too many loop holes from the police officer. sad

    ana vazquezana vazquezVor 21 Tag
  • The people at 14811 studebaker rd Norwalk Ca 90650 are killing elementary school kids for their social security numbers.

    Abraham Jr. ZavalaAbraham Jr. ZavalaVor 21 Tag
  • This is why messi is the goat

    Lionel GerrardLionel GerrardVor 21 Tag
  • power tripping cops any people wonder why others dont like the cops

    Deannie RapsDeannie RapsVor 21 Tag
  • Messi Fans snitching

    Kenpachi Zaraki PlaysKenpachi Zaraki PlaysVor 21 Tag
  • Cheahsst recurd my butcheks

    Sol Shadys Other SideSol Shadys Other SideVor 21 Tag
  • I closed my eyes and thought i was watching a mark walberg movie

    son gokuson gokuVor 21 Tag
  • \_(ツ)\_(ツ)_/¯

    Prowokacyjny KebabProwokacyjny KebabVor 21 Tag
  • Wat a shmuck

    Clayton MikaClayton MikaVor 22 Tage
  • he can get away from speeding as well since officer never mentioned speed or probably is on the ticket as well

    Asad ElahiAsad ElahiVor 22 Tage
  • I live in RI, but not East Providence. I live in Woonsocket.

    christian gledhillchristian gledhillVor 22 Tage
  • If the officer acts like this on camera, imagine him off...

    BosnianHDBosnianHDVor 22 Tage
  • So it’s ok for a cop to stop someone due to here say. Take them and man handle them search and write a ticket on no evidence but someone’s word in custody. Really

    Anthony ClimoAnthony ClimoVor 22 Tage
  • Subaru guy: what did I do? Cop: *ROID RAGE!!

    Elijah BegleyElijah BegleyVor 22 Tage
  • Abuse of power, officers like this spread cancer right across the us and give it the scummy name it has

    Supreme DutchSupreme DutchVor 22 Tage
  • I find it extremely funny his mood completely changed when that cop car was there

    Empress RaeEmpress RaeVor 22 Tage
  • “Ryan Cute” I think he knows his stuff😂

    Amelka K xxAmelka K xxVor 22 Tage
  • That guy did nothing!!!

    DOC 11DOC 11Vor 22 Tage
  • Ayee but that’s a nice subie though

    LMG BLMG BVor 22 Tage
  • Worst cop ever. Just can't pull someone out of his car and treat them like that. I would of got a lawyer asap.

    Mr. TMr. TVor 22 Tage
  • The cop didn't caught him red handed. He should have treated him nicely.

    DontaskmeanyquestionsDontaskmeanyquestionsVor 22 Tage
  • This cop seems corrupt.

    name surnamename surnameVor 22 Tage
  • SIIIIUUUUUU

    Mr UnknownMr UnknownVor 22 Tage
  • He'd be dangerous if he had a real race car. It's good he's stuck with his wantabe. Rice rocket with a attitude driving it.

    Charles C. ParkerCharles C. ParkerVor 23 Tage
  • Pigs 🐽🐷

    I-Lon3511I-Lon3511Vor 23 Tage
  • Way cant the minorities in usa never do as the police says!?! Have they low IQ?! What is it?!? We dont have this problem in norway

    Bjønn SnorresonBjønn SnorresonVor 23 Tage
  • The first cop should not be a cop

    James AhernJames AhernVor 23 Tage
  • Guy needs some pot relax

    Derek StatenDerek StatenVor 23 Tage
  • Gotta be submissive to law enforcenent job sux and its our blanket at night

    Louis VillafrancaLouis VillafrancaVor 24 Tage
  • Lol they treating the street racer worse than actual criminals

    Joshy FRSJoshy FRSVor 24 Tage
  • That man civil rights were violated.

    Keith DixonKeith DixonVor 24 Tage
  • Notice how the cop mood change when another cop drove by

    THUMPER_AHMTHUMPER_AHMVor 24 Tage
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