Know Your Rights | Jul 19, 2011 | 10:11

Michael A. Moon (Life, Liberty, and Security of the Person Interview)

Episode 4: Let’s say I’m walking down the street and a cop stops me. What should I know? Do I have to answer their questions? Do I have to show ID? Can police search me? Can police detain me without arresting me? What happens when I’m arrested? Do they read my rights? Can I call my lawyer? Anything else I should know about my rights when dealing with the police? Answers from criminal defence attorney, Michael A. Moon.

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