Lets imagine you got some wine or beer and drive your car.

Let’s imagine you got some wine or beer and drive your car. You’ve got everything right with your paperwork and had reasonable amount of alcohol to drive safely. Police pulls you over, is there a way to talk it out or give a bribe or escape the situation in any other war in your country?

In Kazakhstan you can get away for free if you have connections within the police, or give a bribe of 200-300 usd, or in some cases they can let you go if you talk with them the right way.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >and had reasonable amount of alcohol to drive safely

    In 1st world countries they use a machine to test if you had too much alcohol and if you didn't, you get to drive away without paying a bribe.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      The question wasn’t about what you just answered. I meant if had some minor violation can you get away with it with the bribe or use your connections or talk it out. “Machine to test” is called “alcometr” here and it’s been here for 20+ years.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >reasonable amount of alcohol to drive safely
    Drunk driving is completely legal in Austria up to 0.5‰ (3 beers over an hour or so).

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Police pulls you over, is there a way to talk it out or give a bribe or escape the situation in any other war in your country?
    Absolutely no shot whatsoever. They are booking you and will draw your blood for analysis.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Will they do it regardless of anything?

      What if they pulled someone who is also employed with the police or some city authority?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Yes, there have been many such news stories.

        https://sverigesradio.se/artikel/hog-chef-inom-polisen-fast-for-rattfylla

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          I should say it helps sometimes to be able to get away with some minor crimes by bribing or talking it out, the most common negotiable crimes are drugs possession and DUI, if there’s something more serious bribes most likely won’t work

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            The law is not a matter of negotiation.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            It is tho, court is just negotiations aswell.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            No.

            For the common people it is not. The one in charge, even in your country are dismissing the law daily. You can get 2-3 years for some few grams of weed here it is the law and it doesn’t make a sense because weed grows here naturally and commonly accepted. Everyone knows it’s bullshit even the police do they give you loopholes to not get jailed.

            Corruption is always unacceptable.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Talking it out isn’t corruption

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >No.
            Yes, lol. The law usually only gives a rough estimate of a sentence (half a year, up to five years in severe cases or whatever) and in court your lawyer and the states lawyer negotiate about the actual length.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            For the common people it is not. The one in charge, even in your country are dismissing the law daily. You can get 2-3 years for some few grams of weed here it is the law and it doesn’t make a sense because weed grows here naturally and commonly accepted. Everyone knows it’s bullshit even the police do they give you loopholes to not get jailed.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Dont have to imagine

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    In Germany it depends heavily on where you live. When it happens in a major city then there's no chance to talk it out but city cops are usually chill and will let you off with a warning if you don't have a criminal record (they'll always check, no way around). If it happens in the countryside then you better live there and know someone from the police or your dad knows someone or whatever, then they'll let you off without a hassle. If it's not your village or general area then bad luck, cops will be harsh and trying to negotiate will likely just make it worse.
    Bribery doesn't work at all unless you're super rich or super famous.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >the police or your dad knows someone or whatever, then they'll let you off without a hassle

      Germany is Central Europe. Your Scandinavian brother cant get this

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I think the general sentiment is that if they know you or your family somewhat personally then they have better (maybe even more effective) ways to get to you than by the means of the state. It's easier to keep an eye on your pals if you live in a remote village than it is in a major city. On the other hand city cops have to do with more serious crime on a more regular basis, that's why they're usually chill about petty stuff, but they'll always look you up on the database and note down what happened, so that you're not caught 5 times in a row for the same petty stuff by five different cops and still only get a warning. I don't know, Scandis seem generally more distant on a personal level, maybe that's why they're less lenient.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Kind of this
      >If it happens in the countryside
      If you are in a small village in Britanny or Normandy or the North where everyone is always drunk and the cops know everybody they may just let you go

      It's the reason why license-less cars are so popular in rural French areas, because everyone is always drunk and drunk driving. The cops let it happen because everyone is insolvent, what the frick are they gonna do, jail the entire region?

      Also the police are all alcoholic themselves. One time a cop i know drunk drove me back home on his bike.

      https://twitter.com/FranceNews24/status/1753035435821998438/video/1

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    No. They give breathalyzer to absolutely everyone they stop, doesn't matter why they stopped you. If they suspect you are high they give you one of these quick drug tests from saliva. If you refuse, they take you to a blood test.
    Trying to bribe them would never work as they have pretty decent wage and a comfy job of mostly wrangling drunken people. Not worth risking that and possible prison sentence over a small bribe. It's also a pretty respected job here and they would take attempted bribe as a huge insult.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >as they have pretty decent wage and a comfy job

      Police here has 700-1000 usd a month but with the bribes they can get up to 5 times more of that. The ones higher up are making even more.
      > It's also a pretty respected job here
      Vast majority of people don’t respect them here.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    nope, unless said police is a very good friend, he operates alone and there is no recording of him pulling you over.
    even then you now have leverage over him for life and most would rather ruin your friendship than risking you ruining their life.
    there is no bribe you can afford thats worth it and money can be traced so it makes it worse.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      If she took it by cash how would you prove that he had even took anything?

      No police would ever accept online banking transaction

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        If he*

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        how much do you think someome who makes a pretty darn good living would accept to risk lose his job, pension, house, get fined through his ass and risk jailtime?
        50€? 5 000 000€?
        nah, if they are chill they just pretend they didbt hear it, whatever you initially did is no twice as bad sincd they can charge you with attempted bribing.
        and once you say
        >Copanon is corrupt, i bribed him once
        someone will look into it and if he suddenly has a brand new car paid in cash well, you do the math...
        cash is even simpler to trace, you can literally just search someones house and find the physical stack of money.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          There are plenty of ways to turn cash into legit money on your bank account. The difference as I see it now is that in your countries even if corruptions occurs it’s on a level of individual cops whereas where it is institutional and cops will rarely have any consequences for taking bribes

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >There are plenty of ways to turn cash into legit money on your bank account.
            No, not really unless you own a business where paying with cash is not uncommon.
            Here banks are legally obligated to know the origin of all deposited cash. Of course they won't ask about every minor transaction you do, but if you deposit a larger sum of money or deposit frequently they will ask where it all came from. If they are not happy with your explanation they will refuse the transaction and possibly inform authorities.
            See almost no one here uses cash anymore unless you are selling an old beat up car or something. It's so rare that my bank is open for cash deposits only on mondays, wednesdays and fridays 10:00 to 12:00. Otherwise you have to make an appointment.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >drink Kyrgyz vodka
    >I'm fine, I can drive
    >This happens
    >Damn, those Kyrgyz roads

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Romania has a strict zero tolerance policy and bribing has become impossible for a few years now. It's not unheard of, but it only happens in rural areas, on the side roads, where the driver and the constable know each other. In that case the bribe doesn't get passed on the spot, but the driver feels indebted to the officer and usually feels committed to gifting him booze, meat or vegetables.

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