We’re rapidly losing rights and freedoms, and you’re likely to have an encounter with law enforcement officials at some point. When that happens, there’s a right way and a wrong way to conduct yourself.
You might be stopped tonight at a sobriety check. Or you may be pulled over while traveling on vacation to see if you’re wearing your seatbelt. Perhaps you’ll be stopped because of the color of your skin or even because you’ve got a pro-Constitution bumper sticker on your car. You may believe you’ve been profiled, which may indeed be the case, but proving it is next to impossible. What should you do?
I hasten to add that many professional police officers are doing good work. They’re just doing their jobs, and more is asked of them all the time.
But when you’re stopped by a policeman, what should you really do? Do you know your rights? Do you have the confidence to stand up for those rights? Also, do you know when to keep your mouth shut? Regardless of whether a law enforcement officer shows respect for you, do you know how to conduct yourself sensibly?
Most people don’t know what their rights are, and the consequences can be severe. From simple misunderstandings to illegal searches and excessive force, a bad police encounter can happen to anyone. But after watching 10 Rules for Dealing with Police, you’ll be more confident and better prepared to handle every kind of police situation.
“10 Rules For Dealing With Police” is a 40 minute DVD that will lay out your proper course of action. It’s produced by FlexYourRights.org and features trial lawyer William “Billy” Murphy, Jr. He talks with an audience from all walks of life who’ve had bad encounters with the police. He takes them through a discussion and educational dramatizations on how to:
* Deal with traffic stops, street stops & police at your door
* Know your rights & maintain your cool
* Avoid common police tricks
* Prevent humiliating searches
* I don’t consent to searches
* I’m going to remain silent.
* I’d like to see a lawyer.
* Are you detaining me or am I free to go?
* I can’t let you in without a warrant.
By the way, the first of the 10 rules is to always be calm and cool. Don’t talk back or be hostile. Check your ego.
Get your copy of “10 Rules for Dealing with Police” today and discover the rest of the rules for yourself. Then show it to others you care about.
Click here to watch a segment of “10 Rules for Dealing With Police.”