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    In case you were ever wondering when you have said too much, please take the time to watch these two videos:



    Part I - Law professor with some great examples why silence is golden.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i8z7N...layer_embedded

    Part II a Virginai LEO turned Lawyer - How he uses your testimony:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08fZQ...layer_embedded

    After these I will not say a word even at a traffic stop.

    Gregor
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    Those get posted fairly often, but they're such great advice that I rewatch 'em from time to time. They certainly changed my perspective on how to deal with a police stop.

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    One more which is worth re-posting yet again:

    "Busted: The Citizens' Guide to Surviving Police Encounters"

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yqMjMPlXzdA

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    I know this is good stuff to watch, but there was a comment he made that really got me.

    'You do not need a video because the guy that saw it is right there.'

    He was referring to going to court and the police officer being present.

    The problem I have with this is it *seems* like he is saying that all police officers are infallible and do not have memory or situational differences, which there obviously is, but the police are humans also.

    I am not saying that the videos should be mandatory, but I think people need to watch out for this kind of language.

    There are some videos that have been seen around the internet that the police were the ones preforming the crimes, not the 'criminals.'

    Gwee

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    Giustiniani wrote:
    There are some videos that have been seen around the internet that the police were the ones preforming the crimes, not the 'criminals.'
    Yeah, like these:

    Checkpoint USA YouTube Channel

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