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Love letter + name

Hiya!

This occurred within the EU.

Not too long ago I obtained a love letter stating there was a low quantity of weed (30g ish) seized and there may be an open case about it, however since then nothing occurred, till some days in the past they had been in search of me to have a chat, I used to be not residence throughout that point so that they referred to as me, and I’ve an appointment for subsequent week.

I noticed everybody writing the one factor ought to I do is simply to disclaim.

I am curious if anybody had an analogous state of affairs, ought to I be frightened?

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  2. Jesus eu is wild, 30g here and u wont see sunlight, i wasnt in same boat but kind of same, deny everything, clean house, if there is case they may build something solid in that time, encrypt everything, and dont search or talk something strange, IF there is case, they may tap your internet and calls, but i say again IF there is case. You say there is. If they had something solid they would have just pick you up. Means they are looking something to incriminate

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  3. Deny.

    If they want to procecute you they can but I seriously doubt it due to the amount.

    Personaly I would take contact w/ a lawyer to know if you need to present yourself or if you can wait until they decide to procecute you or not.

    In each case, call a lawyer, don’t talk, don’t recognize anything and be assisted by your lawyer if you are constraint to talk w/ LE

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  4. Yes, I got a love letter and a visit. I denied any knowledge of the package’s origins (I was shaking like a leaf at the time). They left my home without making an arrest. This is in the UK.

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  5. I had like 8 oz of shrooms get siezed a few years back, no letter but police arrived at my door for a chat, but i was out smoking so they came next day, the constable came but I just denied everything so they had no case, they just warned me that they’re a class A here in UK and border control will be checking all packages to my address, my name was on the package too but still they had no evidence of the actual transaction so they couldn’t do anything, even with the house stinking of weed lol

    your address might be flagged but except for that you’ll be okay if you just deny it was you that placed the order, i just said i have no idea who placed the order but it wasn’t me, seemed to work, I imagine they’re just trying to scare you into not doing it again

    fuck ’em

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  6. Just deny and say you have no idea about the package or its existence.

    It happened to me once with 100tabs of LSD (NL to UK) they came for chat and claimed this is bad I can go to prison etc. bunch of bollocks. They didn’t do shit I told them I didn’t know / I didn’t order anything and they left, end of the story.

    They can’t really do much since anyone who knows your address can just order anything there in that regard. Unless it happens multiple times it’s harder to deny.

    Like other posts have said the address is probably burnt and I wouldn’t order anything else there but other than that you should be fine.

    On the other hand pretty mental they would waste police time and resources over a 1oz of a plant lmao.

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  7. Why are you accepting this chat or interrogation? Why can’t you just tell them that you do not know what was in the package and are not interested in any “chats”. Don’t they need to get some sort of warrant to pressure you to talk to them?

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  8. not sure about the laws in EU but i would just deny it and tell them no to any kinda meeting. Or say you will consult a lawyer if needed and not comfortable meeting without any representation. that will usually shut them up. Cops lie to get people to incriminate themselves.

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  9. I had a package seized. Could have plausibly denied it. Instead I spoke to the officers who came to my home and I wish I had just kept my mouth shut, politely let them know I’d be happy to answer questions once I had obtained a lawyer. I’m in the US, but even though I never actually received the package, because I was sober (already) and they kept assuring me my cooperation could “make these charges go away”. I learned too late that the police can lie. They can make stuff up and to never, ever speak with them without a lawyer. Wish I would’ve done that since it would have saved me $2,000 and SO much grief.

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  10. You do not have to talk to them at all and if you do I would have a lawyer with you. The more you say to them the easier it is for them to catch you making contradictory statements.

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  11. They will tell you it will be easier on you if you just confess which is a complete lie and they just wanna scare you into telling on yourself because they obviously have no case or they would already have a warrant. Basically they want you to “assist” them in making a case against you by talking to you a few times and then picking apart your story and the more you say the harder it is to keep your story straight so the best thing is to say nothing.

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  12. I got a slip to pick up a letter from the post office and I saw the slip 1 day too late? So we had to go to the sender, the prosecution office. They gave me the letter and told me to expect a call. This was mid August, ever since then nothing, don’t know for sure if I can even order again using my name.

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  13. I’m planning on making my first order soon. My thought was to put a bogus name and ship to my address since I get random junk mail from previous tenants here. Has anybody done that? I’m just not sure why you would use your name unless the post office simply won’t deliver it to your address because they know you live there.

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  14. Don’t even go. Fuck em. If they had anything on you there would be a warrant. They are going to try to record an interview with you and ask for a written statement. All without legal representation. When they call again simply tell them you are too busy for this shit and hang up.

    ALSO contact an attorney. Take their advice not ours.

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  15. You wanna have a „chat“ with the feds about your seized weed? What exactly do you think is in that for you? The only time you show up to the police department is if you don’t have a choice…

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  16. What do you mean by, “an appointment”? Never talk to a cop without a lawyer. Ever. If they would like to make an “appointment” to talk with you, then they need to serve you with a warrant, or else fuck right off.

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  17. Never voluntarily speak to the police. If they are talking to you, rather than arresting you, they need you to say something to arrest you. Get a lawyer and have the police speak to them. You may want to express your innocence but lawyers are trained to do that. Cops are trained to make you look guilty. Lawyer up and shut up.

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  18. Lawyer up for safety anyways man , let them know what’s the scene. Do not talk to them about anything just deny whatsoever happens. Anyone can mail anything to your address without your permission unless you accept or collect it you’re good. Just deny and tell them fuck right off

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  19. What country is this in? Also, 30g is not a small amount at all. It can be considered as import of drugs with the intent to deal. A guy in romania got busted with 14g and he reveived a decoy package, his GF signed for it and the next morning police were at his door.

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  20. You only have to go if the state attorney wants to see you. If the popo wants to chat with you you can remain silent. If shit gets worse, get a lawyer yourself. And if you want to chat, It’s good if you can give them plausible deniability

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  21. Do NOT say a fucking word. Deny, deny, deny. In my shithole country (US) it is 100% perfectly legal for cops to lie to you. They can say that they have a video of you picking up a package. They can say that they have sworn testimony from witnesses who watched you commit a crime. They can say that they have an accomplice to a crime that has already ratted you out. Never believe a cop when they say they’re doing something “in your best interest.” Cops in the US are the lowest of the low – filthy vermin who go home to beat their wives after locking people up all day for non-violent offenses and victimless crimes. Their is no such thing as a decent cop, just a few who are less likely than others to shoot an unarmed person. I have absolutely no respect for anyone who goes into that line of work.

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  22. Don’t say anything to anyone without a lawyer. “Best interest” is bullshit. They’ll try to say if you’re not guilty you won’t need a lawyer but your wanting a lawyer wouldn’t affect your case in any form. Plus, I wouldn’t go talk to them unless they got a warrant and arrested you. Don’t be stupid, trust me, get a lawyer. You could probably even access free public lawyers depending on your income and where you live.

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  23. One thing not mentioned in any of these responses that I think is pertinent.. All of us assume we are smarter than police, and in many/most cases this is true. We Think we can talk our way out of anything with them, but thats how they get even intelligent people. they are trained to do what they do. They know the laws better than we do, at least as far as the minimum of what they need to get from you to arrest you. Also in most interrogations, there’s at least 2 officers. They will lie to you, they will manipulate you, and use EVERYTHING YOU SAY AGAINST YOU IN COURT LATER. NEVER EVER TALK TO POLICE! NOT WHEN UNDER ARREST , NOT ANY TIME BEFORE! You Do not have to speak w them BY LAW and it cannot possibly do anything to help you whatsoever. Their job is to make arrests. Anything you do to help them is helping them to eventually arrest you! Call them back now, tell them that you are sorry but after considering everything, as an innocent man you have decided you will be unable to answer any of their questions. Be Polite. Be Civil. Do not antagonize them. If they keep trying to talk you into it, be more firm. THIS IS THE ONLY LOGICAL OPTION, THE ONLY REASONABLE ONE, AND THE ONE THAT IS ACTUALLY IN YOUR INTEREST.

    NEVER SPEAK TO POLICE FOR ANY REASON WHATSOEVER! Get a lawyer, if you are facing charges. TRUST ME ON THIS, I HAVE BEEN THROUGH THE SYSTEM

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