MOST PEOPLE GET IN TROUBLE WITH THE LAW WHEN DRIVING A VEHICLE
Did you know that every police force had a second locker room with their United Nations (U.N.) uniforms? Police higher authorities also had access to U.N. vehicles already in the U.S. but now the U.N. has been abolished.
The Attorney Generals in each state – the highest attorneys in the land, don’t know what they are doing because they weren’t taught law in law school.
All Attorneys are taught in law schools are how to fill out forms. They depend on their law clerks and 'Case Laws,' which are nothing but someone's opinion -- to conduct research.
Posting pictures of potential criminals in newspapers without due process of the law is defamation. Many of the people are innocent. They can sue the newspapers, the police department and the entire criminal justice system for providing their names and pictures.
The police are trained by County Attorneys. The County Attorney is a 'legal adviser' to the County Board of Commissioner and other County personnel. They are also a legal advocate for the county in court cases in which the county is a party.
City police did not take the constitutional oath but county police did so this might be why you are violated more by city police versus county police.
City police write illegal tickets to pay for their salaries. If they make more money, they can hire more police officers and buy more cars because of 'illegal' ticket writing.
You can go an entire lifetime and never get in trouble with the law. Most people get into trouble with the law when DRIVING A VEHICLE so read my 78 page 'easy-to-read' book entitled -- "Police Interactions 101: How To Interact with the Police in Your Car, On the Streets, In Your Home."
The book is available as a paperback, e-book and audiobook. Allow all your children -- ages 10 and above -- especially male children to read the book.
When stopped by the police -- men should have their wallets on the dashboard with their driver's license, insurance cards, and vehicle registration or bill of sale.
Women should also keep their driver's license in close proximity with their insurance card and vehicle registration and only pull them out when a Police Officer ask them too.
When you are stopped by the police -- if you are a female and it is nighttime, try to keep driving to a well lit (well-lighted) area or an area where there are houses or businesses so you can have witnesses.
Get on your phone right away and call 911 and tell them you are being pulled over by the police and ask them to send a Sergeant out to the scene. Many men can do this too.
When driving have all your documents together and when stopped -- put both hands on the steering wheel. Only move them when taking orders from Police Officers.
When a police officer walk up to your vehicle, make sure the car ignition is off, the radio is off, and all the windows are rolled down. If it is nighttime, do all of these -- plus turn on the dome light in the vehicle.
Also, if you are by yourself, lay your phone on the passenger's seat of your vehicle or under your seat and record the conversation on your phone by video or a recorder.
Say kind words such as "Hello Officer how can I help you?" This is because Police Officers have the upper hand so there is no reason to become agitated because of the stop -- even though you think it was an illegal stop. Just be calm and fight back later in court.
According to David Straight who was also a Sheriff, any ticket can be thrown out if you write a certain phrase on the ticket in red ink and mail it into the courtroom or take it there within 72 hours.
Just understand up-front that the police is not your friend so KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT. Keep asking them "Are You Free to Go?" If they say YES, then quietly leave. If they say you are under arrest -- tell them you want an attorney and don't say another word until you have an attorney.
Did you know that drug dogs are called out on mostly vehicles with minority drivers?However, with the legalization now of marihuana in many states, finding a small amount on someone no longer calls for a jail sentence so find out what the laws are in your area especially under Constitutional Laws.
You don't have to allow a police officer to search your vehicle unless you leave something illegal in plain view (hash pipe, baggie, etc.) -- where they can see it -- then they will say they had 'probable cause' to search your vehicle.
But if you are a African American male especially and out there by yourself in the daytime or nighttime -- when they ask if they can search your vehicle, do what you need to do to protect yourself and fight it later on in the court system.