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I agree with peplow - write down EVERYTHING you can remember about the incident, even things that seem inconsequential or unimportant. And don't share those thoughts with anyone but your lawyer.

If the cop was any good at all, (s)he will have done that right after you left. You need the same information.

--Peter
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