Do judges, cops nullify law intended to protect citizenry from warrantless arrest?

To Chief Hamilton County magistrate Lorrie Miller: The Tennessee general assembly gives 11 grounds on which an officer may arrest a person without a sworn warrant.  When you make the term “public offense” as broad as you do, do you and the courts allow for arrest without warrant for potentially hundreds of crimes?  By David Tulis / 92.7 NoogaRadio Do you negate the intent of the statute, make the whole statute meaningless and pointless? My big question is to you, a licensed attorney 20 years and chief magistrate in our county the past year: Do the rules of statutory construction … Continue reading Do judges, cops nullify law intended to protect citizenry from warrantless arrest?