Chris, I read this and "20 undeniable truths of law enforcement" that you wrote. I don't think it is unreasonable to be upfront about the fact that this isn't a desk job, and it will change your life. I was never a cop, just infantry, and I generally distrust all forms of authority. What I've read on both these pages seems to be "Think ahead, keep your head, and try to keep perspective", which is in my mind about the best thing I could ask to see. You generally post some pretty good stuff but I'm not seeing what you find objectionable, and I certainly didn't see "Citizens are either idiots who don't know the law, or liars." I did see a comment about not trusting a witness, which I interpreted to mean "Listen to the witness, trust the facts" (blind optimism?). Am I missing your point entirely, or could you dumb it down a bit for me?