10 Rules for Dealing with Police
A film produced by Flex Your Rights
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
1000 Massachusetts Ave., N.W.
With comments from William "Billy" Murphy, Attorney and 10 Rules Narrator and Neill Franklin, Law Enforcement Against Prohibition. Moderated by Tim Lynch, Director, Project on Criminal Justice, Cato Institute.
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If a free society depends upon an informed citizenry exercising oversight of its government, then more people need to know how to handle themselves in a police encounter. Is cooperation always the best course of action? Or are there times to assert the constitutional right to refuse consent to a search of one's home or belongings? A new documentary film answers those questions and more in an informative and entertaining series of skits narrated by Baltimore trial attorney Billy Murphy (from HBO's The Wire). Learn how the safeguards of the Bill of Rights operate outside of the courthouse and on the street. Learn how to make smart decisions and respond effectively to police misconduct.
- Listen to an interview with Billy Murphy: "How to Deal with Police".
- Read about the movie in the Washington Post: "'10 Rules for Dealing with Police' seeks to teach constitutional rights"
- For more info, go to the Flex Your Rights web site.
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