Louisville Courier Journal. Hellard asked where Lea works. Opinion on the traffic stop: Louisville police wouldn't treat a white kid that way. An update to this story: 'Police need to find a better way:' Louisville officials want answers about black teen's traffic stop. The officers also violated LMPD policy, as set out in its standard operating procedures, by failing to identify themselves and failing to ask if there was a legitimate reason for what the driver did. And he asked, 'Why you taking me out of the car? Then he got in his car to leave. Neither Crawford nor Hellard, who issued the ticket, showed up in court to defend it. But as former Tallahassee Police Department Officer Seth Stoughton, now a law professor at University of South Carolina, puts it, it is "an excellent example of the difference between lawful policing and good policing.
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