Legal analyst and Cooley Law School Professor Jeffrey Schwarz watched the video and says Bocanegra was in the wrong, explaining a citizen’s arrest can only be made if someone is committing criminal act.
According to Schwarz, speeding and having a headlight out is only a civil act.
“I think you’ve got a guy who is a trouble maker and wanted to create a problem and he managed to do that,” said Schwarz.
What do you think? Was Bocanegra in the wrong pointing out that this cop’s headlight was out and that he was driving recklessly?
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