I actually saw this video in college-the ACLU had a viewing. Good overall advice actually, I used the party one once or twice in those days...however
everyone keep in mind it does vary considerably state by state.
Never keep anything in the vehicle or in the trunk.
put anything under the vehicle or hide it engine compartment where someone could have planted it
When if the cops ask if they can search tell them no.
When the cop searches and finds nothing he will think you had nothing and were being a a**h**e and give you a hard time about not letting him search
before letting you go. If he gives you a hard time quote the 4th Amendment. that will really get him going.
If by some lucky chance the cops does find something by looking under the vehicle or in the engine compartment it is a lot easier to deny it is your
and beat the charge.
Since i had been a federal security officer on a navy base the local cops know I will always give them a hard time.
As for a dirty vehicle I had one cop that wanted to search my work truck one muddy winter day even though I had not given him permission.
That was until he opened to door and saw the mud he changed his mind right there.
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