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(Baton Rouge Advocate)   DWI attorney, and publisher of "DWI checkpoints" Facebook page, arrested "after exiting the passenger side of his vehicle while intoxicated and informing his driver of her right to refuse a sobriety test"   (theadvocate.com) divider line 147
    More: Interesting, DWI, attorney-in-fact, Facebook pages, Jarrett Ambeau, passenger side, Facebook  
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2014-03-22 09:39:06 PM
SO DWI attorney, who gets drunk, doesnt drink and drive?
 
2014-03-22 09:40:17 PM
Time to post this again.
 
2014-03-22 09:42:59 PM
He didn't do anything illegal. He was not driving.

""It's my client's position that he feels like he was targeted because of his connection to the DWI sobriety checkpoints and the amount of DWI defending that he does in the surrounding parishes and this parish," Rozas said. "

Bingo
 
2014-03-22 09:45:09 PM

machoprogrammer: He didn't do anything illegal. He was not driving.


Never heard of public intoxication, I take it?
 
2014-03-22 09:46:18 PM
Serve and protect... our own interests.
 
2014-03-22 09:47:01 PM
What a surprise, cops acting like power abusing assholes.  Must be a day that ends in y
 
2014-03-22 09:48:56 PM

Pokey.Clyde: machoprogrammer: He didn't do anything illegal. He was not driving.

Never heard of public intoxication, I take it?


He was intoxicated as a passenger in a car - not in public - until the vehicle was pulled over.

What's that old Ron White story about being drunk in a bar and then getting thrown out?
 
2014-03-22 09:49:10 PM
"It's a situational call," said Cpl. Don Coppola Jr., a Baton Rouge police spokesman.
He also said the Police Department does not target people or treat anyone unfairly.


24.media.tumblr.com
 
2014-03-22 09:49:49 PM
Probably lucky he wasnt shot
 
2014-03-22 09:49:59 PM

HeWhoHasNoName: Pokey.Clyde: machoprogrammer: He didn't do anything illegal. He was not driving.

Never heard of public intoxication, I take it?

He was intoxicated as a passenger in a car - not in public - until the vehicle was pulled over.

What's that old Ron White story about being drunk in a bar and then getting thrown out?


call me tater salad
 
2014-03-22 09:50:10 PM
m.quickmeme.com
 
2014-03-22 09:53:07 PM

Pokey.Clyde: machoprogrammer: He didn't do anything illegal. He was not driving.

Never heard of public intoxication, I take it?


They didn't charge him with that.
 
2014-03-22 09:53:59 PM

BluVeinThrobber: Probably lucky he wasnt shot


The week ain't over.
 
2014-03-22 09:55:34 PM

HeWhoHasNoName: What's that old Ron White story about being drunk in a bar and then getting thrown out?


That was kind of my whole point.

"I was drunk in a bar. They threw me into pub-lic. Arrest them!"

Nabb1: They didn't charge him with that.


Never said they did. I haven't RTFA. I was just replying to macho.
 
2014-03-22 10:00:33 PM

Nabb1: Pokey.Clyde: machoprogrammer: He didn't do anything illegal. He was not driving.

Never heard of public intoxication, I take it?

They didn't charge him with that.


"interfering with an officer"

An attorney providing legal advice to his client is not "interfering" with any lawful act of a LEO. He only interfered with authority and control issues aka "who has the biggest dick".  Cop had the littler pecker and arrested him.

Let's hope this gets tossed before he gets shanked in jail.
 
2014-03-22 10:01:53 PM
He's an attorney, if he can't defend himself I'm sure he'll be able to find a good attorney to defend him...then sue the hell out of the police.
 
2014-03-22 10:02:01 PM
So he successfully stopped her field sobriety test, or not?

If the driver was drunk and she got off as lightly as TFA indicates, I'd say Boozy McBarrister knows WTF he's talking about.
 
2014-03-22 10:02:07 PM
Honest question, if your lawyer is present and tells a cop to screw off in order to confer with you, is there any possible way the cop can object? In this case, the lawyer was drunk, but can that matter?
 
2014-03-22 10:02:35 PM
As a cop, I can't imagine anyone more difficult to deal with than a drunk lawyer.
 
2014-03-22 10:03:12 PM

wambu: Nabb1: Pokey.Clyde: machoprogrammer: He didn't do anything illegal. He was not driving.

Never heard of public intoxication, I take it?

They didn't charge him with that.

"interfering with an officer"

An attorney providing legal advice to his client is not "interfering" with any lawful act of a LEO. He only interfered with authority and control issues aka "who has the biggest dick".  Cop had the littler pecker and arrested him.

Let's hope this gets tossed before he gets shanked in jail.


He's a defense lawyer, I thought convicts loved the lawyers that try to keep the guilty free anyway.
 
2014-03-22 10:04:09 PM
Ambeau's driver, Shannon Bottoms, was issued citations for improper lane usage and failure to change address on a driver's license,

Heh. Maybe you shouldn't have strippers as your DD if you're gonna be a lawyer.
 
2014-03-22 10:04:54 PM
Driver was eventually charged with goofy lane-changing or whatever, but tfa never said if she took the field test. That's an odd ommission, considering the reason the lawyer was arrested.
 
2014-03-22 10:04:58 PM

CruiserTwelve: As a cop, I can't imagine anyone more difficult to deal with than a drunk lawyer.


well lawyers are known for their intelligence, cops are not.  Not directed at you personally but, you have to know there are tons of cops who know that they only thing they can one-up smart people with is authority.
 
2014-03-22 10:05:28 PM

machoprogrammer: He didn't do anything illegal. He was not driving.

""It's my client's position that he feels like he was targeted because of his connection to the DWI sobriety checkpoints and the amount of DWI defending that he does in the surrounding parishes and this parish," Rozas said. "

Bingo


So much this.

He stopped an officer from violating someone's rights so the officer got mad.
 
2014-03-22 10:05:43 PM

HeWhoHasNoName: Pokey.Clyde: machoprogrammer: He didn't do anything illegal. He was not driving.

Never heard of public intoxication, I take it?

He was intoxicated as a passenger in a car - not in public - until the vehicle was pulled over.

What's that old Ron White story about being drunk in a bar and then getting thrown out?


This case more has to do with the right to remain silent but but not having the ability.
 
2014-03-22 10:05:44 PM

CruiserTwelve: As a cop, I can't imagine anyone more difficult to deal with than a drunk lawyer.


holy shiat i agree with a cop. did the world stop turning?
 
2014-03-22 10:06:15 PM

TomD9938: So he successfully stopped her field sobriety test, or not?

If the driver was drunk and she got off as lightly as TFA indicates, I'd say Boozy McBarrister knows WTF he's talking about.


My thought too
 
2014-03-22 10:06:55 PM

CruiserTwelve: As a cop, I can't imagine anyone more difficult to deal with than a drunk lawyer.


A drunk cop
 
2014-03-22 10:07:36 PM

CruiserTwelve: As a cop, I can't imagine anyone more difficult to deal with than a drunk lawyer.


As a drunk lawyer, I can't imagine anyone more difficult to deal with than a dick-weed cop.
 
2014-03-22 10:08:18 PM

Pokey.Clyde: machoprogrammer: He didn't do anything illegal. He was not driving.

Never heard of public intoxication, I take it?


He didn't want to be drunk in public. He wanted to be drunk in the car and they threw him into public.
 
2014-03-22 10:11:14 PM
So it's interfering with an officer if you inform someone of their rights?  Oooookay....
 
2014-03-22 10:11:27 PM
Lawyers are Lawful Evil.
Cops are Neutral Evil.

Of course there will be conflict.
 
2014-03-22 10:13:14 PM

slayer199: He's an attorney, if he can't defend himself I'm sure he'll be able to find a good attorney to defend him...then sue the hell out of the police.


Anyone who defends himself has a fool for a client and a jackass for an attorney--and that includes attorneys who defend themselves.
 
2014-03-22 10:13:15 PM

SquiggsIN: CruiserTwelve: As a cop, I can't imagine anyone more difficult to deal with than a drunk lawyer.

well lawyers are known for their intelligence, cops are not.  Not directed at you personally but, you have to know there are tons of cops who know that they only thing they can one-up smart people with is authority.


You don't know many lawyers, do you?
 
2014-03-22 10:13:49 PM

machoprogrammer: He didn't do anything illegal. He was not driving.

""It's my client's position that he feels like he was targeted because of his connection to the DWI sobriety checkpoints and the amount of DWI defending that he does in the surrounding parishes and this parish," Rozas said. "

Bingo


A few years ago they convicted a guy of a hit and run when he was the passenger in the vehicle. So I'm no surprised with what can get you arrested even if its legal
 
2014-03-22 10:16:19 PM

shtychkn: CruiserTwelve: As a cop, I can't imagine anyone more difficult to deal with than a drunk lawyer.

A drunk cop


Good point.
 
2014-03-22 10:18:36 PM

wambu: Nabb1: Pokey.Clyde: machoprogrammer: He didn't do anything illegal. He was not driving.

Never heard of public intoxication, I take it?

They didn't charge him with that.

"interfering with an officer"

An attorney providing legal advice to his client is not "interfering" with any lawful act of a LEO. He only interfered with authority and control issues aka "who has the biggest dick".  Cop had the littler pecker and arrested him.

Let's hope this gets tossed before he gets shanked in jail.


Ultimately, I think that will bear out. But that's not to say that he didn't go about it in a very obnoxious manner and got the cops so angry with him that they decided he needed to cool off in the clink.
 
2014-03-22 10:20:24 PM

CruiserTwelve: shtychkn: CruiserTwelve: As a cop, I can't imagine anyone more difficult to deal with than a drunk lawyer.

A drunk cop

Good point.


Anyone who "knows their rights" is going to be a handful
 
2014-03-22 10:31:03 PM

ChubbyTiger: SquiggsIN: CruiserTwelve: As a cop, I can't imagine anyone more difficult to deal with than a drunk lawyer.

well lawyers are known for their intelligence, cops are not.  Not directed at you personally but, you have to know there are tons of cops who know that they only thing they can one-up smart people with is authority.

You don't know many lawyers, do you?


I know like fifty lawyers. "Known for their intelligence" is not a good way to describe many of them.

/mom is one
//as are 90% of her friends
///and enemies
 
2014-03-22 10:32:59 PM
yeah he does sound like a bit of a douchewitz

and if his driver was in the middle of a sobriety test
should he really be getting out of the car and freaking out, all wasted?

his facebook site probably has probably helped to keep drunk drivers on the road
what an awesome dude.
 
2014-03-22 10:34:37 PM

Nabb1: But that's not to say that he didn't go about it in a very obnoxious manner and got the cops so angry with him that they decided he needed to cool off in the clink.


That's not to say that's a good reason to arrest a guy. But not surprised you're defending the cop here.
 
2014-03-22 10:35:45 PM

davynelson: yeah he does sound like a bit of a douchewitz

and if his driver was in the middle of a sobriety test
should he really be getting out of the car and freaking out, all wasted?

his facebook site probably has probably helped to keep drunk drivers on the road
what an awesome dude.


Today in "Let's Make Up Something And Then Hate That"
 
2014-03-22 10:37:18 PM

shtychkn: CruiserTwelve: As a cop, I can't imagine anyone more difficult to deal with than a drunk lawyer.

A drunk cop


Yep, drunk cops are dangerous.  Back when I was a bouncer, I occasionally had to deal with them.  Some of them really like to start fights.
 
2014-03-22 10:37:45 PM
Today in "Let's Make Up Something And Then Hate That"

you're doing good so far
 
2014-03-22 10:37:47 PM

SquiggsIN: CruiserTwelve: As a cop, I can't imagine anyone more difficult to deal with than a drunk lawyer.

well lawyers are known for their intelligence, cops are not.  Not directed at you personally but, you have to know there are tons of cops who know that they only thing they can one-up smart people with is authority.


We have to stop this agreeing with each other,
 
2014-03-22 10:38:57 PM

machoprogrammer: He didn't do anything illegal. He was not driving.

""It's my client's position that he feels like he was targeted because of his connection to the DWI sobriety checkpoints and the amount of DWI defending that he does in the surrounding parishes and this parish," Rozas said. "

Bingo


He should just get a little Cessna and a pilots licence.  He could make an app pretty easy and update the county dui checkpoint status from the comfort of his plane.

/wait till they try to set up a checkpoint for that!
//heck, they have strippers in helicopters over on the video tab
///try the veal, and tip your waitress, I'll be here all week
 
2014-03-22 10:39:11 PM

HeWhoHasNoName: Pokey.Clyde: machoprogrammer: He didn't do anything illegal. He was not driving.

Never heard of public intoxication, I take it?

He was intoxicated as a passenger in a car - not in public - until the vehicle was pulled over.

What's that old Ron White story about being drunk in a bar and then getting thrown out?


Oddly enough, you can be arrested for being drunk in a bar under public intoxication laws.  And I'm sure the fact that Texas police were going after Hispanic and Gay bars will come as a shock to you.
 
2014-03-22 10:40:26 PM

davynelson: Today in "Let's Make Up Something And Then Hate That"

you're doing good so far


Show me where.
 
2014-03-22 10:40:38 PM

Chinchillazilla: ChubbyTiger: SquiggsIN: CruiserTwelve: As a cop, I can't imagine anyone more difficult to deal with than a drunk lawyer.

well lawyers are known for their intelligence, cops are not.  Not directed at you personally but, you have to know there are tons of cops who know that they only thing they can one-up smart people with is authority.

You don't know many lawyers, do you?

I know like fifty lawyers. "Known for their intelligence" is not a good way to describe many of them.

/mom is one
//as are 90% of her friends
///and enemies


All the lawyers I know are extremely intelligent.

That doesn't mean that many of them are smart. Many, for instance, are not bright enough to keep their mouths shut when they are drunk.
 
2014-03-22 10:41:00 PM

cameroncrazy1984: Nabb1: But that's not to say that he didn't go about it in a very obnoxious manner and got the cops so angry with him that they decided he needed to cool off in the clink.

That's not to say that's a good reason to arrest a guy. But not surprised you're defending the cop here.


If only the cop was a bicyclist, we could all agree to hate him.
 
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