Police Encounters

Ignorance of the law is no excuse

You’ve heard of the war on terror and the war on drugs – both failed attempts at social engineering. Today private citizens face an even more sinister threat, the war on freedom. The war is being waged in this country (not exclusively) on a multi-front full-scale assault.

If you are thinking, “Oh, yeah – here’s another nut, with yet another conspiracy theory.” You couldn’t be further from the truth. Just check out the daily news.

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These are of course just a few examples of the many ways local, state and federal government officials abuse their power against Joe Public. The news is repleat with fine examples of citizens rights being usurped by money hungry municipalities scrambling for matching federal funding; thus leading to the numerous DUI and Seat Belt checkpoints being established around the country. The stakes are high.

Busted: The Citizen’s Guide to Surviving Police Encounters

In today’s climate, drivers are more apt than not to have a police encounter. Knowing how to respond to police interrogation methods after a minor traffic stop can mean the difference between spending a night in jail and going on your merry way.

This video provides some excellent examples along with the reasoning behind their proper response techniques and guess what? They actually work.

The hubby being the dear sweet man that he is, makes regular 7-11 soda runs for me, especially during these hot summer months. The other night he was at a funky intersection in town; there is a parking lot sitting on one corner and someone leaving the bar was backing out into the intersection. To avoid being hit he drove through the stop sign without stopping.

Well, wouldn’t you know it, the police just happened to be on-hand. Instead of pulling over the drunk driver, the cop pulled Shawn over for making an incomplete stop. He felt a little silly doing so, but he followed the examples presented in this video he had just watched earlier that day. The police officer sent him on his way and for the very first time in his life, he drove away without receiving a ticket.

Knowing how and when to exert your rights is no trivial matter, it can affect your pocketbook. A ticket for running a stop sign can cost around $300 in California – a costly lesson indeed. Unless you are an attorney, you can’t afford to miss this video presentation.

Ignorance of the law is no excuse!

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