What To Say Or Not Say When The Cops Come Knocking

This is a great video. Watched by more than a million people. This lawyer explains how to handle requests for interview by the authorities. Scary. Amusing. Important.

Add to that

The ACLU is claiming that AT&T, Bell South, Sprint, and other
wireless carriers are not only handing over your cell phone
information to law enforcement agencies without warrants, but are
profiting from it.

Yup, they charge law enforcement agencies for things like
“retention information,” and “subpoena compliance” even as they
fork over the information without proper legal requests.

Isolated incidents? The ACLU requested information from 383 law
enforcement agencies, only 10 reported that they don’t track cell
phones.

Moreover, Google and Apple are helping police bypass iPhone and
Android lock screens, also without warrants.

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2 Responses to “What To Say Or Not Say When The Cops Come Knocking”

  1. Anonymous says:

    This video is from years ago. I watched it and remembered it. However, since so many laws have changed since this was produced, I almost doubt that this information can still be valid between the NDAA and the Patriot Act, etc.
    We are still believing we have “rights” guaranteed by the Constitution? Slim chance in 2012 and beyond!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Where is the other part of this video where the police officer talks to the law students! That is the best part. You will not nor ever win by opening your mouth!

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