Monday, April 12, 2010
VIDEO: Ten Rules for Dealing with Police
No one likes being stopped by the police, even if it's for a simple traffic infraction. Regardless of why you've been detained, any police encounter is bound to be nerve wracking. Sure, in an ideal world, you'd have your criminal defense lawyer right there with you--but in the real world you can still make educated decisions about the police encounter as long as you know your rights and how to assert them in a calm and effective manner. The following is a great video from the Cato Institute that can help you do this. It's called "Ten Rules for Dealing with Police." In it, attorney Bill Murphy explains, in everyday language, how to effectively deal with the police while asserting your Constitutional rights. Visit Americas Top DUI and DWI Attorneys at www.1800dialdui.com or call 1-800-DIAL-DUI to find a DUI OUI DWI Attorney Lawyer Now!
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