Q: How to get in jail and how to get arrested
A cage is the premier method of punishment in the United States. The idea is as novel as fire. Put a person into a cage and let him age a while. The cage is also a very frequent remedy of the government. Getting into a cage is extremely easy, and for silly, non-violent reasons. The more politically repugnant the misconduct, the longer will be the stay in a cage.
Most likely the fastest and most lengthy method of getting caged is possession of child pornography. Federal law and the states each have over-the-top sentencing minimums adding up to nearly twenty years in prison plus fines. Taking someone's life can yield a lesser sentence.
Next come traffic offenses. The climate ideology describes all vehicle as a danger to nature, and drivers are the heart of the danger. Over time, traffic offenses became the new murder charge. Now, cops can yank a driver from behind the wheel, force him to take a field sobriety set and then deem him driving while impaired. If the driver refuses to cooperate, that's a felony charge.
Third is the offense against the court system. Our driver who fails to appear for trial on his driving while impaired charge will have his cage time amplified because of his failure to appear. Prior driving arrests amplify the level of the charges and the resulting punishments.
Fourth is the family. At no time in history of this country was being in a relationship cause for cage time until the Clinton Adminsitration. Domestic violence is the new oil, and in many states, arrests are mandatory and prosecutions are no-drop. Once the man is in court, he can have his charges amplified by skipping court dates, mouthing off at court personnel, and cussing at the judge.
This asker's question is most intriguing because it naively asks how to get into a cage. The real question should be how to avoid getting into a cage because in today's inclusive and accepting America, all Americans are one footstep away from a cage.
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