Friday, December 18, 2009

Video advice for dealing with police due out in January 2010

Unlike most civil liberties groups, Flex Your Rights is dedicated to trying to prevent civil liberties violations instead of addressing them after the fact in the courts. To this end, the organization engages in educational efforts so that people are better prepared to navigate the spiderweb of laws that entangle our country, and to properly handle themselves during encounters with the myriad government employees tasked with enforcing those laws.

In January 2010, Flex Your Rights will release a new 45-minute video advising people on how to handle themselves when dealing with law-enforcement officers. The full-length 10 Rules for Dealing with Police will be sold for $15 per copy, with a substantial discount for bulk orders. A preview is posted below.

If you balk at spending money for advice on dealing with police encounters (and how much will a lawyer cost if you need one?), don't miss the completely free video presentations on handling yourself in such situations from Professor James Duane of the Regent University School of Law and Officer George Bruch of the Virginia Beach Police Department.



Blogger UNRR said...

This post has been linked for the HOT5 Daily 12/19/2009, at The Unreligious Right

December 19, 2009 5:57 AM  
Blogger liberranter said...

As the police become more and more lawless and violent in their interactions with the public, this advice is MUST-HEED. While I'm not optimistic that the legal advice contained in these videos and literature is of long-term value (not because it's inaccurate, but simply because the courts themselves are abandoning the law), the practical advice for purely self-defense purposes is essential. Money well spent, says I.

December 22, 2009 11:12 AM  

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