I thought someone might have that response and you are probably correct. I supposed it would be parsing words to say that $22,000 is not a lot of money, that if pressed on the issue to say you consider $100,000 a lot of money but not $22,000.
What is the limit though? Is $5,000 a lot of cash? In some work situations having that much on hand is necessary and even as much as the guy in this article had on him. There are situations when buying that they don't take credit cards and a check would be no good because the person could not cash it (no bank account).
I'm still not sure I would answer that I do have a lot of cash but you have me thinking if that is the right approach. Thanks for the input.
1. It is not against the law to lie to a police officer. To a Federalee yes but, not a local yokel.
2. What I got in my care ain’t no one’s business and I am not required by law to answer in the affirmative or negative any question posed nor am I required to answer their questions.
3. Probable Cause needs to ensue to for search and seizure.
4. I’ll prove your bogus probable cause and get a some settlement money.
5. The guys in front of Home Depot want to be paid in cash. Day Laborers ain’t cheap.
6. I paid cash for a couple of cars.
7. I have plenty of cash sitting around to bail me out of an emergency.
8. Good luck ever finding it. Didn’t write down the locations and spent 30+ years building my stashes.(don’t care if I lose a few. That’s why I have several)
9. Don’t ever mess with or shoot my dogs.