10 Rules for Dealing with Police

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  1. For all us stoners...

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmrbNLt7Om8&feature=list_related&playnext=1&list=SP1B0B357282389571]10 Rules for Dealing with Police - YouTube[/ame]
    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CKPutNg88bA&feature=bf_next&list=SP1B0B357282389571&lf=list_related]10 Rules for Dealing with Police PART 2 - YouTube[/ame]
    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=REJ2RsLp1Kk&feature=bf_next&list=SP1B0B357282389571&lf=list_related]10 Rules for Dealing with Police PART 3 - YouTube[/ame]
    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUv3A4hscc0&feature=bf_next&list=SP1B0B357282389571&lf=list_related]10 Rules for Dealing with Police PART 4 FINAL - YouTube[/ame]
  2. #2 bongripftw, Nov 29, 2011
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    this info gonna come in handyand thanks for leting everyone know
  3. Thanks for passing this along.
  4. 1.) Don't talk to police.

    ..repeat 10 times.
  5. I liked rule 7...
  6. lol this shit is useless, like if ur not ridin dirty then who cares but if u riding dirty they just be like oh i smell a tech nine in yo back seat you must be a gangster then u fucked cus u got bud on you, and even if ur area not having gun problems they gonna be like oh the cartel was passin by around the time u here i search u car, u have .2 grams of weed and u get the felony stain. plain and simple if u riding dirty eat yo shit or the cop is gonna raid ur car no if and butts about it u fucked.
  7. [quote name='"gigolojoe0928"']they just be like oh i smell a tech nine in yo back seat you must be a gangster.[/quote]

    Hilarity ensued after reading this
  8. This is true. American citizens have next to no rights on the road. All it takes is two officers to corroborate each others claims in front of a judge / jury to completely destroy your 4th amendment rights. They can claim that you were potentially intoxicated based upon look, smell or speech. You can deny them the right to search, only to have them cuff you and make you sit on the roadside while a warrant is processed. Additionally, an officer can claim a plain view exception if they see so much as an empty bottle or can on the floor of your car. It doesn't have to be liquor bottle or a beer can. All that is required is an officer's determination of potential contraband. "I saw what appeared to be an alcoholic beverage container on the floor".

    Yes, of course all of this could be challenged in court. You can challenge anything in court. Even if all of this gets overturned though, you are still out whatever money you needed to pay an attorney to advocate on your behalf - usually $5,000 - $25,000 depending upon the severity of the final charges. Finally, driving is considered to be a privilege, period. Failure to cooperate with Law Enforcement on the road will pretty much guarantee at least a temporary suspension of your drivers licences in many states.

    I won't even get into the suspected rates of officers planting evidence to justify screwing someone that pisses them off.

    So, moral of the story: If you're caught red-handed, it benefits you to make them jump every possible hurdle to actually charge you. If you aren't doing anything wrong, it will be greatly in your favor to play along, unless you have a ton of money to spend fighting the system... and a buddy who can drive you to work every day.

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