Q: I was pulled over & arrested in Riverside county without proper investigation of documentation which proved my innocence
Deputy arrested me under 4463 CVC. Stating that i had aquired a current tag through theft. I asked deputy to check serial on the tag and compare it to the registration. He would have seen that it was a match. He refused to do so. I asked for a supervisor and was denied. Had my car impounded. Cuffs were tight and asked 3 times to check them deputy refused. Once at the station i asked for supervisor, which i explained to him thay his deputy failed to do a proper investigation by refusing to look at documentation. After several minutes i was given a certificate of detention, driven to the tow yard to get my car back. I felt as if deputy intentionally wanted to arrest me and waste my time. Did my rights get violated?
A: Based on the details provided, it appears there may have been potential violations of your rights during the traffic stop and subsequent arrest, especially if you were not allowed to present evidence supporting your innocence or if you were denied a reasonable request to adjust handcuffs causing discomfort. Refusal to provide a supervisor upon request might also be a concern. To determine if actionable violations occurred, you should consult directly with an attorney to discuss the specifics of the encounter and any potential remedies.
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