- Aug 16, 2015
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Nope, that's not what it means at all. If you're attempting to do something that means you are in the act of doing it, not having problems. What incentive would she have for being arrested or injured by defying a police order? Doing so would automatically end her coverage, which is what she is tasked with doing. Breaking the law, could most certainly end their careers. Why would she do this? lol.
You have no legal entitlement to a phone call from jail. It doesn't matter how many times you've seen this in a movie or tv show.
That's ridiculous. Of course you have the right to contact somebody after being arrested. I could imagine the lawsuit against a police department that would hold you indefinitely or until your court date. Correct, it is a Hollywood standard in jail scenes to get one phone call.
It’s actually a Hollywood myth that you get that one and only one phone call after arrest. People often imagine that if the first person they call doesn’t pick up, they’re out of luck. You actually get up to three calls.
Phone calls from jail aren't limited to one, and Washington State is making them more affordable.
CNN would never fire her for creating a scene, nor hurt her career. That's how they attract their audience. In fact it seems to me she did want to get arrested. If she was told to leave, she wasn't going to get anymore coverage anyway. The police tell you to disperse and you turn around and head away from the riot. She didn't which is why the arresting officer asked her if she spoke English.