Yes, in most countries you will have to do the test. If you refuse, the officer is usually empowered to arrest and take you to a police station for a blood test.
You must submit to a sobriety test when asked by a law enforcement officer.
Because I didn't want to break any laws, I asked a code enforcement officer if it was permissible to put up a fence without a permit.
I would like to submit my resignation as manager of the corporation. He was asked to submit to a polygraph test. The Central American tribes would not submit to Spanish rule.
Not sure what is being asked - - they can be delivered out-of-state (for instance) by registered mail. They can be delivered verbally face-to-face via a law enforcement officer or Bailiff. (???)
If a court asked you to submit a document and you do not you can be held in contempt of court. (Not In All Cases)
Ralph responded "i am" after the officer asked who the boss was.
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Yes. Asked a kcmo police officer. Officer hall.
Yes I have asked about 80 questions (In guessing)
He asked where the bathroom was and was slapped by an SS officer because he asked the question.
There is no law that requires it but most law enforcement agencies have internal regulations that require officers to identify themselves (when asked) by either their name or their badge number. This regulation obviously does not apply to officers working in undercover assignments.
What does implied constant law state? You must submit to a sobriety test when asked by a law enforcement officer. In states which have 'implied consent', when you sign your driver's license application, you are giving consent for law enforcement officers to take a blood sample if you are ever arrested on suspicion of DUI. The are allowed to take the blood sample (by force, if necessary) even if you refuse a breathalyzer test. In many states, if you refuse a breath test, the DMV will automatically suspend your driver's license, and if that state (the state you're arrested in, not the state your license is from) has 'implied consent', they can still forcibly take a blood sample and test it for alcohol or drug content, to determine whether you were intoxicated at the time of arrest. The urban legend that you can get out of a DUI by refusing a BAC test is false and in the case that you may have other drugs in your system which might impair your driving, the blood test will detect these, resulting in additional criminal charges.
Yes, they can as long as it's not a private college on or off duty they are protected by the Law Enforcement Officer Safety Act of 2004 (LEOSA). If it is a private college they must get permission from the administers and if there asked to take it off they have to do so.
No, it is free as long as –you use the official government site (www.fafsa.ed.gov) to submit your application. If you go to any other sites, you will probably be asked to pay to submit the FAFSA.Just keep in mind that the first F in "FAFSA" stands for "free".
No. This is a total myth. If you ask an undercover police officer whether or not he's a cop, he does NOT have to answer truthfully.
You can choose a breath test or a blood test.
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Not sure just what is being asked - however - anytime an officer submits a report of any kind he is termed to be the "reporting officer' for that particular case.
Because he asked to use the bathroom.
What is being asked? The question is incomplete.
During an interview, you may be asked why you want to be a naval officer. Have an answer prepared to this basic question before going in to be interviewed.
Obstruction of an Officer is quite simply not cooperating with a request he/she makes. I'm a Health and Safety inspector and if i am refused entry to a premises that is classed as obstruction. Also if i ask a member of staff for information on the company or how things are run at the premises e.g. company policies and procedures and that person fails to answer the questions then again "technically" that can be obstruction. What an Officer does about it can vary, you may cautioned on the spot and asked why you are failing to answer his/her request. You also may be invited in for an interview under caution to explain yourself as to why you obstructed the Officer. The penalty for obstruction is up to £5000 AND/OR a term in prison (up to 3 months). You can see its better to work along with Law Enforcement Officers or face the consequences!!
Typically, you will be asked to submit a transcript validating to completion of 60 college credits.