Armed resistance to the government is futile. It is illegal. It is sometimes suicidal.
But you have the right not to cooperate.
This article is on when to say not to a request by the police to search your house or your car.
The correct answer: always.
1. It’s your constitutional right.
2. Refusing a search protects you if you end up in court.
3. Saying “no” can prevent a search altogether.
4. Searches can waste your time and damage your property.
5. You never know what they’ll find.
The articles spells out these issues.
The author asks us to share this information. That is what I am doing.
Remember that knowing your rights will help you protect yourself, but no amount of preparation can guarantee a good outcome in a bad situation. Your attitude and your choices before, during, and after the encounter will usually matter more than your knowledge of the law. Stay calm no matter what happens, and remember that you can always report misconduct after things settle down.
Finally, please don’t be shy about sharing this information with your friends and family. Understanding and asserting your rights isn’t about getting away with anything, and it isn’t about disrespecting police either. These rights are the foundation of freedom in America, and they get weaker whenever we fail to exercise them.
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