When the cops show up to arrest you, just hang in there and don’t give up

The police are there when you need them.

But when they show up, you’re just hanging out.

We got the police.

The city cops.

The ones who run the city, the ones who get tickets for driving with too much alcohol.

The cops.

They’re there.

They’ve been there all your life.

You’ve heard about them.

They got tickets.

You can’t leave.

And they’re not going to let you leave.

If you’re in a hurry to get out of the city that’s your problem.

If not, you can just get a lawyer and sue.

If the cops can’t be bothered to see you, they might let you off with a warning.

Or they might charge you with a crime and send you to jail.

And that’s it.

That’s what they say in these hearings, the same thing that they do in the courthouse, where they ask the judge to sign the charges.

They say, “If you don’t sign this, you will be charged with a serious crime.”

The judge takes it out of their hands and lets them decide what crime you commit.

And so if you are convicted of driving with an open container of alcohol, you could be in jail for months.

If your car is registered to someone else, you might be charged and sent to jail for a year or more.

It’s just one of those things that happens all the time.

The whole system is rigged.

When the police show up at your door, you don