Busted: The Citizen's Guide to Surviving Police Encounters

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BUSTED realistically depicts the pressure and confusion of common police encounters. In an entertaining and revealing manner, BUSTED illustrates the right and wrong ways to handle different police encounters and pays special attention to demonstrating how you, the viewer, can courteously and confidently refuse police searches.

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  • This is before the Patriot Act Sorry

  • Credicards

    Provided information was very helpful for me thanks. I had not seen "The
    Citizen's Guide to Surviving Police Encounters"  video before you
    shared it. Of course I'm looking forward for the next Flex movie.

  • Xandrino

    the constitution doesnt apply to you...check the video from john Harris...



  • A Victim

    All good advice in this film. But be aware that police readily commit perjury under oath on a regular basis. They can, and will, destroy video and audio evidence from the squads. Multiple squads and officers on the scene can turn to a single officer on reports and in the courts. With just the two of you, the officer's testimony will take precedent regardless of how deceptive it may be.

  • boca raton personal injury attorney

    I just wanted to reply to thank the author for an informative post.

  • jim

    i think you can say no and its best to not put yourself in a position to be arrested. never give up any info, and ask for a lawyer asap.

  • justin

    This video may have worked before Bush took office but with the changes from the Patriot Act, Military authorization act, and recent Supreme Court rulings.....the police have every right to do whatever they wish at any time regarding anything. As long as the officer "believes" something they can do anything. An officer can shoot you in the back and kill you as long as he "believed" it was his taser.

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