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originally posted by: NoCorruptionAllowed
a reply to: Jennyfrenzy
Reasonable suspicion is the key at any of these stops, and the police do not have it. Unless you pull up all sauced and can't talk, of course.
Those stops might be something they like to do, but they can't legally make anyone submit to anything unless you agree to do it, or you give them the reasonable suspicion that they actually need.
Outside of those legal boundaries anything they do is against due process and a legal violation. That is how I read it. When people do this they should expect resistance since police like to toss their weight around, but freedom is not cheap, and it does have costs.