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Re: paying for police report
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wait till the lawyers start sending you free copies of the report by the dozen, begging to represent you


Ha, that is pretty funny because it is so true. 75 cents is the charge to use the state of the art copy machine.

Posted on: 2009/7/17 2:49
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years ago my car was stolen and I had to pay $2 for the report and around $200 to get it out of the impound.

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wait till the lawyers start sending you free copies of the report by the dozen, begging to represent you

Posted on: 2009/7/16 14:14
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Just a legal way to separate you from your change. You were a crime victim and the money confiscated from drug dealers and other baddies should cover these costs. The cops use such money to buy equipment etc, and use vehicles taken for undercover work. It should'nt cost us a dime.

Posted on: 2009/7/15 22:33
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A few weeks ago my car was hit while parked over night. When I called the police the next morning, an officer came and wrote up a report. He handed me a slip of paper and said I could pick my report in 5 business days. I went to pick up this report today and had to pay for it. Now it was only $.75, but I could not believe they actually ask victims of a crime to pay for a report. Does anyone know why people have to pay for these reports?

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