History PlayingWith / JurisdictionFriction

27th Sep '16 8:35:08 PM radnick104
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* '''Defied''': Alice and Bob conspire to ensure that the FBI never find out about the case, fearing they'd seize jurisdiction.

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* '''Defied''': '''Defied''':
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Alice and Bob conspire to ensure that the FBI never find out about the case, fearing they'd seize jurisdiction.jurisdiction.
** "If the feds wanna take over our case, then great! [[PoliceAreUseless It's their problem now!"]]
6th Apr '13 10:45:50 AM Lullabee
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* '''Downplayed''': ???

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* '''Downplayed''': ???A traffic cop is about to write a speeding ticket, when a state trooper drives up and takes over.
24th Jan '13 10:46:50 AM VPhantom
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* '''Downplayed''': ???



* '''Deconstructed''': The infighting between the FBI and the local police only serves to stall the investigation and give the killer the chance to cover their tracks and avoid punishment.
* '''Reconstructed''': The police accept that the FBI have jurisdiction and in the interests of justice cooperate, but this doesn't stop them from making snarky comments at their rivals.



* '''Exploited''': ???



* '''Deconstructed''': The infighting between the FBI and the local police only serves to stall the investigation and give the killer the chance to cover their tracks and avoid punishment.
* '''Reconstructed''': The police accept that the FBI have jurisdiction and in the interests of justice cooperate, but this doesn't stop them from making snarky comments at their rivals.



Go back to JurisdictionFriction, before those FBI numbnuts start flashing badges everywhere.
:: Oh, go back to your tractor, ya hick. If you cops could handle a trope page, we wouldn't need to be here.

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->'''Police Officer''': Go back to JurisdictionFriction, before those FBI numbnuts start flashing badges everywhere.
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everywhere.\\
'''FBI Agent''':
Oh, go back to your tractor, ya hick. If you cops could handle a trope page, we wouldn't need to be here.






%%* '''Plotted A Good Waste''': ???
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%%* '''Implied''': ???
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18th Jun '12 8:34:47 PM FinalStarman
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* '''Justified''': The case started off as a crime which fell under local jurisdiction, but later discoveries meant that it became a Federal matter. However, the local authorities resent the implication that they need the Federal authorities to 'rescue' them.

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* '''Justified''': '''Justified''':
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The case started off as a crime which fell under local jurisdiction, but later discoveries meant that it became a Federal matter. However, the local authorities resent the implication that they need the Federal authorities to 'rescue' them.



* '''Inverted''': The Tropeville Police Department seize jurisdiction of the case from the FBI.

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* '''Inverted''': '''Inverted''':
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The Tropeville Police Department seize jurisdiction of the case from the FBI.



* '''Subverted''': As the case progresses, the FBI take an interest in the case, but decide not to take jurisdiction and leave it up to the Tropeville Police Department.

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* '''Subverted''': '''Subverted''':
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As the case progresses, the FBI take an interest in the case, but decide not to take jurisdiction and leave it up to the Tropeville Police Department.



* '''Double Subverted''': The FBI change their mind when the Tropeville Police Department fail to make progress.

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* '''Double Subverted''': Subverted''':
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The FBI change their mind when the Tropeville Police Department fail to make progress.



* '''Parodied''': The arrival of Agents Claire and Danny, along with the rest of the FBI, provokes an actual fistfight between the FBI and the Tropeville Police Department. At the crime scene.

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* '''Parodied''': '''Parodied''':
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The arrival of Agents Claire and Danny, along with the rest of the FBI, provokes an actual fistfight between the FBI and the Tropeville Police Department. At the crime scene.



* '''Zig Zagged''': Tropeville Police Department get along horribly with the state cops but get along fine with the FBI. They really love the Department of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.

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* '''Zig Zagged''': Zagged''':
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Tropeville Police Department get along horribly with the state cops but get along fine with the FBI. They really love the Department of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.



* '''Played For Laughs''': The rivalry between the FBI and the local police takes on petty, childish tones.
* '''Played For Drama''': The killer works to play the FBI and the local police off each other in order to keep acting with impunity.

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* '''Played For for Laughs''': The rivalry between the FBI and the local police takes on petty, childish tones.
* '''Played For Drama''': for Drama''':
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The killer works to play the FBI and the local police off each other in order to keep acting with impunity.



* Oh, go back to your tractor, ya hick. If you cops could handle a trope page, we wouldn't need to be here.

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* :: Oh, go back to your tractor, ya hick. If you cops could handle a trope page, we wouldn't need to be here.
19th May '11 1:14:23 AM FoominBlue
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** Agents Claire and Danny have a bad attitude when they arrive, acting like they're somehow superior to the 'lowly' detectives and generally acting like a couple of condscending {{Jerkass}}es. This behavior naturally makes it more difficult to work with them.


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** Alice contacted the FBI in the first place and wants to cooperate with them so that the case will be solved faster. Bob, however, is not happy about it, especially since Claire acts like she's superior to everyone. Her partner Danny, however, proves more reasonable and helpful, and [[CharacterDevelopment they develop a better understanding and respect for each other]] while working the case. On the other hand, Claire's snippy behavior makes Alice reluctant to call the FBI for help in the future, as she doesn't look forward to the prospect of potentially having to work with ''her'' again...


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** Following the "Defied" example, the FBI learns about the case anyway. Because Alice and Bob were trying to hide information from them, they immediately assume the worst: that they're somehow ''involved'' in the original crime and were trying to cover up their own corruption. Now the two detectives have to deal with hostile and suspicious agents picking apart their every move, trying to find any flaws and failings they can use to get the pair fired...
6th Mar '11 12:08:32 AM Outsyder0486
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*Oh, go back to your tractor, ya hick. If you cops could handle a trope page, we wouldn't need to be here.
27th Oct '10 2:12:08 PM 136.152.150.37
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** Dozens of organizations ranging from the local police to the ''school board'' fight each other over who has jurisdiction in the case.
27th Oct '10 2:10:20 PM 136.152.150.37
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Back to JurisdictionFriction

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Back Go back to JurisdictionFrictionJurisdictionFriction, before those FBI numbnuts start flashing badges everywhere.
11th Sep '10 1:40:18 AM lord_yo
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** Variant: Neither police department wants the case, and tries to find justifications why the other department should take care of it.



* '''Inverted''': Neither police department wants the case, and tries to find justifications why the other department should take care of it.
11th Sep '10 1:39:07 AM lord_yo
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* '''Inverted''': Neither police department wants the case, and tries to find justifications why the other department should take care of it.
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