How to not speak at a DWI checkpoint


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They’re unconstitutional. You can’t be investigated for something if they have no cause. 

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Any change those are the same DUI checkpoint laws in CA?  

 

wonder what do you do if your passenger is a talkative freeman and proud of it?

Got to be honest here...I was hoping this was going to end with him being tased.

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HillboFrateTrane -

They’re unconstitutional. You can’t be investigated for something if they have no cause. 

Should you be driving if you're drunk?

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HillboFrateTrane - 

They’re unconstitutional. You can’t be investigated for something if they have no cause. 


You're wrong. The U.S. Supreme Court found them to be constitutional.

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Wow.  Original video did not go as expected

first video original title: "How to Unnecessarily Attract Attention at a DWI Stop"

 

"...another important point is that many people are armed, so acting suspicious or stand-offish will put officers on edge.  Hopefully you are a lawyer like me so you can deal with the fallout of this type of unnessecary micro-aggression."

 

next in the series:"Know Your Rights: Please and thank you are not legally required when ordering fast food."

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HillboFrateTrane - 

They’re unconstitutional. You can’t be investigated for something if they have no cause. 


You're wrong. The U.S. Supreme Court found them to be constitutional.

The corrupt court came to that conclusion. Randomly detaining people breaks the 4th amendment. I don’t care what those corrupt fuck asses say 

Same Lawyer who owned a cop when he was an uber driver who got stopped due to a passenger.

In Tennessee they are legal. They have to be planned and public notified. Most of the time they are on the state website

https://www.tn.gov/safety/tnhp/checkpoints.html

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saglv -
HillboFrateTrane - 

They’re unconstitutional. You can’t be investigated for something if they have no cause. 


You're wrong. The U.S. Supreme Court found them to be constitutional.

The corrupt court came to that conclusion. Randomly detaining people breaks the 4th amendment. I don’t care what those corrupt fuck asses say 


You sound like a sovereign citizen with that comment. I'm sure that you know that your opinion doesn't supercede SCOTUS rulings, whether you agree with them or not.

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Cops are checking the roads for drunks so they don't kill people and these know it all cunts want to make life hard for them. I just don't understand.

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They can stop you because driving isn't a constitutional right.  It's a privilege.

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First video he said shame that the people with cars parked in median are probably arrested...how can anyone think that is a bad thing?  That is almost certainly drunk drivers taken off the road and quite possibly saved some innocent lives.