Anything you say in a cop car will be tape recorded

  I guess this means that anything you say in a cop car will be tape recorded. I know when I was arrested in Tempe they locked me along by myself in a Tempe police car for about 45 minutes. I suspect they were listening in hoping I would say something.

I guess this means that all police cars have tape recorders in them and they are taping anything you say when you are in them - as he sat in a police car, he was tape-recorded making flippant remarks about the situation.

I suspect they also use this as a tool when they are questioning two people. They will leave the two people alone in the police car and listen to them talk hoping to get information they can use against them in court. So if your ever arrested donít talk in the cop car about anything!

hmmm... what law is this???? it went into effect in 2005 and has something to do with making hiding bodies illegal? Yes I found the silly laws that government this!!! Jump to the end for the details!

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Man gets 2 1/2 years for concealing body
Girlfriend's body decomposed in trunk of car

Michael Kiefer
The Arizona Republic
Oct. 27, 2006 12:00 AM

A man caught with his girl- friend's body in the trunk of his car in January was sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison Thursday.

Michael Alcozer, 20, was not prosecuted for the murder of Dolores LeGault, 19. Instead, under a statute that went into effect last year, he was convicted in September of concealing a body.

LeGault's body was so badly decomposed after four days in the trunk that medical examiners were unable to determine a cause of death. Representatives of the Maricopa County Attorney's Office and the Phoenix Police Department said that the death is still under investigation.

Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Richard Trujillo told Alcozer on Thursday that his conduct during that period of his life was "reprehensible and absolutely despicable," and he said that the law would not allow him to impose a harsher prison sentence than 2 1/2 years.

In order for Trujillo to impose that sentence, a jury first determined that Alcozer's actions had caused an emotional and financial impact on LeGault's family and that Alcozer showed no remorse. Indeed, Alcozer smirked through the proceedings.

The victim's father, Mark LeGault, called Alcozer "the most likely person to kill her" and told the court how he and his wife had taken Alcozer into their home, found him a job and bought him a car.

Mark LeGault marveled that Alcozer thought he would get away with the crime.

"Welcome back to the real world, Michael," he said.

Sandra LeGault, Dolores' mother, told how grandson Samuel, an infant, called out "Mama" as Dolores' casket was lowered into the ground at her funeral.

Dolores LeGault disappeared from her parents' home on Jan. 26.

Alcozer had been living with the LeGaults but was asked to move out twice because they believed he was stealing money and medications, Sandra LeGault said.

According to the prosecutor, Deputy County Attorney Kenneth Vick, Alcozer told the family that she had gone to Mexico. In the following days, various family members received text messages from Dolores' phone saying that she was all right.

But her body was found Jan. 30 when police questioned Alcozer outside his brother's apartment in Phoenix. Alcozer ran when police discovered the body in his trunk. He was tackled, and as he sat in a police car, he was tape-recorded making flippant remarks about the situation. The couple's son was in the car at the time.

Alcozer did not testify at his trial, nor would he speak to the probation officer writing his presentence report or at his sentencing.

Phoenix Police spokesman Sgt. Andy Hill said that Alcozer was a "subject of interest" in LeGault's death. "We are still actively investigating the possibility of that case being a homicide, and once we are done with our investigation, we will present it to the County Attorney's Office."

"It's far from over," Mark LeGault said.


The state of Arizona has decided who is responsible for burying a person, and if you donít bury the person someone can sue you for the cost of burying the person!

Jesus the state in its infinite wisdom has decided who is required to bury and pay for funerals of dead people! And if you donít do it the state will let someone else do it and shake you down for twice the cost of doing it!

36-831. Burial duties; notification requirements; failure to perform duty; definitions

A. Except as provided pursuant to subsection G of this section, the duty of burying the body of or providing other funeral and disposition arrangements for a dead person devolves in the following order:

1. If the dead person was married, on the surviving spouse.

2. If the dead person was a minor, on the parents.

3. If the dead person has no surviving spouse, on the adult children of the dead person.

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D. A person on whom the duty prescribed in subsection A of this section is imposed who omits or is unwilling to perform that duty .... is liable to the person performing the duty in an amount of two times the expenses the person incurred in providing for the burial or other funeral and disposition arrangements. The person who performs this duty may recover this amount in a civil action.

Itís a felony to move or hide a dead body! This is how they nailed the guy in the article!

13-2926. Abandonment or concealment of a dead body; classification

A. It is unlawful for a person to knowingly move a dead human body or parts of a human body with the intent to abandon or conceal the dead human body or parts.

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C. A person who violates this section is guilty of a class 5 felony.

Jesus! You are even required by law to report almost any death you see to the nearest cop!

11-593. Reporting of certain deaths; autopsies; failure to report; classification

A. Any person having knowledge of the death of a human being including a fetal death shall promptly notify the nearest peace officer of all information in the person's possession regarding the death and the circumstances surrounding it under any of the following circumstances:

1. Death when not under the current care of a physician or nurse practitioner for a potentially fatal illness or when an attending physician or nurse practitioner is unavailable to sign the death certificate.

2. Death resulting from violence.

3. Death occurring suddenly when in apparent good health.

4. Death occurring in a prison.

5. Death of a prisoner.

6. Death occurring in a suspicious, unusual or unnatural manner.

7. Death from disease or accident believed to be related to the deceased's occupation or employment.

8. Death believed to present a public health hazard.

9. Death occurring during anesthetic or surgical procedures.

B. The peace officer shall promptly notify the county medical examiner and, except in deaths occurring during surgical or anesthetic procedures from natural diseases, shall promptly make or cause to be made an investigation of the facts and circumstances surrounding the death and report the results to the medical examiner. If there is no county medical examiner appointed and serving within the county, the county sheriff shall be notified by the peace officer and the sheriff shall in turn notify and secure a licensed physician to perform the medical examination or autopsy.

C. An autopsy is not required for deaths due to natural diseases that occur during surgical or anesthetic procedures, except where the medical examiner determines an autopsy is necessary because any of the following exists:

1. A public health risk.

2. Evidence of a crime.

3. Evidence of inadequate health care.

4. No clinically evident cause of death.

D. Every person who knows of the existence of a body where death occurred as specified in subsection A of this section and who knowingly fails to notify the nearest peace officer as soon as possible unless the person has good reason to believe that notice has already been given is guilty of a class 2 misdemeanor.

E. If the deceased was under treatment for accident or illness by prayer or spiritual means alone, in accordance with the tenets and practices of a well-recognized church or religious denomination, and death occurred without a physician or nurse practitioner in attendance, the person who has knowledge of the death shall report all information in the person's possession regarding the death and circumstances surrounding it directly to the county medical examiner or the person performing the duties of a county medical examiner who may waive an autopsy if the county medical examiner is satisfied that the death of the person resulted from natural causes.

F. Each county shall provide to the department of public safety fingerprints of all deceased persons whose deaths are required to be investigated pursuant to this section. These fingerprints shall be on a form provided by the department of public safety and shall be accompanied by such other information regarding the physical description and the date and place of death as the department of public safety may require. Fingerprints taken pursuant to this section shall be used only for the purpose of purging criminal history files. All information and data in the department of public safety that are furnished in compliance with this section are confidential and may be disclosed only on written approval of the director of the department of public safety to the juvenile court, social agencies, public health and law enforcement agencies licensed or regulated by this state.