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Never consent to a roadside search...

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...because when you do, you are waiving your rights...

No matter if you have something to hide or if you don't, make the police do their job the correct way. Make them work for it, or waste their time.

If you consent, you will automatically be guilty of anything they find... It could be as innocent as a baseball bat in the trunk if the cop is having a shitty day.

But, guess what, too bad... You waived your rights that protected you from such things in a court of law.

Always play dumb when you are pulled over. Don't admit to speeding or anything else. Ask immediately why you are being pulled over. If the cop tiptoes around answering you, ask if you are free to go.

Be cordial and polite, but at the same time stand your ground as a taxpaying citizen. Don't be intimidated. Don't be threatened. Don't answer anything that is unrelated to why you are being pulled over. Things like where you work, where you are going, where you are coming from, etc. are all private information to your own person that are unrelated to why you were pulled over in the first place.

Stand your ground. Do your duty. Stop letting overzealous authorities rule over you because of your fears to defy them.
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The More You Know

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[quote name='Carolina Husker']The More You Know[/QUOTE]

whatever you do, DO NOT POST THAT PICTURE!

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Lol i actually like it when they search my shit.. I gloat when they find nothing.

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yeah, but gloat too hard to the right one and he'll find something... because he'll put it there!

It is better to make them waste even more time by calling the dogs in or getting some paperwork and THEN have them not find anything...

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i could've used this post 11 years ago
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duh, this is one of the 1st things I learned about cops when I was like 14. It helps to do a little research and know your rights.
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Ill take water-cooler law for $200 Alex!


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[quote name='jsquared']
Always play dumb when you are pulled over. Don't admit to speeding or anything else. Ask immediately why you are being pulled over. If the cop tiptoes around answering you, ask if you are free to go.

Be cordial and polite, but at the same time stand your ground as a taxpaying citizen. Don't be intimidated. Don't be threatened. Don't answer anything that is unrelated to why you are being pulled over. Things like where you work, where you are going, where you are coming from, etc. are all private information to your own person that are unrelated to why you were pulled over in the first place.

Stand your ground. Do your duty. Stop letting overzealous authorities rule over you because of your fears to defy them.[/QUOTE]


Whats the fastest way to ensure you get written for a borderline ticket?

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So what... After that, talk to the DA and get the BS charge thrown out...

My wife works in a courtroom... I know what the hell I'm talking about when it comes to stuff like this... lol

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What if a ghost cop pulls you over?

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call the Ghostbusters, duh...

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Can't you decline a breathalyzer and ask to have a blood test instead for suspicion of DUI?

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