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Program Notes: October 24, 2017

Program Notes: October 24, 2017

Criminal attorney, Joey Mongaras, provided information concerning what to expect when stopped by the police. It depends! Why were you stopped? An encounter with an officer is just that – it doesn’t require any response or action. However, a detention (which is based on the officer’s reasonable suspension of criminal activity) may result in an arrest or citation. The best response is polite cooperation without volunteering anything that may be incriminating. Texas has only 2 criminal offenses that do not permit an arrest: speeding and open container. Best policy: Don’t do anything that provides a basis for reasonable suspicion.

Meeting Information

DBA meets every Tuesday at 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. for networking, breakfast, and a brief presentation. Meeting location:  Until further notice our weekly meeting is held virtually via Zoom If you would like to be a part of these meetings as our guest, please contact Lynn Hood, ljhood5500@att.net or 972-743-4008

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