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Bronn

Never consent to a roadside search...

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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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lol like your rights mean anything to cops.

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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

My attorney has told me exactly the same thing, and it is what I have taught my children. I have family in law enforcement as well, and they agree.

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What if a ghost cop pulls you over?

what if a zombie cop pulls you over?

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what if a zombie cop pulls you over?

Then you're really screwed.

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what if a zombie cop pulls you over?

Then you're really screwed.

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Cop: Can I search your vehicle?

Me: Ok man, but I am fairly certain there is something alive in the back.

Cop: Takes one look at the back and says, on second thought, nevermind.

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Ill take water-cooler law for $200 Alex!

Answer:

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

Ding ding ding. Or worse. The law differs state-by-state, but in most of them the officer can search the passenger compartment of your car and you, without your consent, if they observe "suspicious activity". In addition, you could be charged within hindering police and , in many states, they are even allowed to arrest you for traffic violations as minor as speeding. If you are arrested, then they can search whatever they want. It's too much of a grey area and there are too many loopholes where a clever officer could screw you over. If you don't have drugs or guns, what do you have to hide?

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