Comments on: Traffic Stop Rules vs Rights – Houston Video https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/ Local Houston News and Texas Updates Thu, 07 Dec 2017 06:28:55 +0000 hourly 1 By: vterrazas https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83178 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 04:42:12 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83178 Thanks for the clarification.

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By: Mike Spain https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83179 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 04:41:10 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83179 There are quite a few videos on YouTube about people refusing to exit the vehicle and passengers refusing to ID. While entertaining, many of these people are misinformed, or just plain stupid. Thanks for getting the word out to people who need this information.

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By: SpaceFX https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83180 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 04:40:07 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83180 Its all contracts , soon as you sign your driving licence you've agreed to the rules and laws of the road, which vary from state to state, also birth certificates, your giving up ownership of your children to the state, you can thank us brits for those.

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By: joevarela74 https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83181 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 04:34:14 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83181 Hey Dave i always enjoy your videos, Audits or informative.
Just wondering what is your educational background? I know you are former military but i wont ask your MOS but i am curious about your education if you dont mind.
thanks and if you rather i can email you just let me know your email.

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By: Dan Hosier https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83182 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 04:34:13 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83182 Michigan – you must hand over license, vehicle registration and proof of insurance. And if officer ask you to step out of the vehicle you must compile (Michigan law). Passenger has no need to ID. But Passenger needs to exit if asked (told)

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By: Todd Sain https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83183 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 04:29:26 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83183 David, I just wanted to ask if they tell me to get out of my vehicle, what happens if I lock my doors when I get out? Can they search without a warrant just because I'm "defacto arrest"

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By: Eric Maltz https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83184 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 04:22:01 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83184 Its a little different in Nevada, here you can get out and walk away if you are the passenger. That's the law. now, in reality if you are not filming the police they will beat your ass and arrest you! ALWAYS FILM THE POLICE!!!

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By: Debbie Barry https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83185 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 04:14:34 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83185 Great information thanks

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By: Uzziel Hernandez A https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83186 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 04:10:07 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83186 Hey David do you know anything about Dallas Activist? Is he in jail?

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By: Abuverbi https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83187 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 04:07:37 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83187 Remember that yout audience is not just USA ppl.. Not universal laws?

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By: Justicescales123 https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83188 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 04:04:15 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83188 There's a difference between a passenger and a guest in your vehicle. Walking a way would not be reasonable suspicion, as a passenger, running yes. Traffic laws are commerce. The proof in the pudding is the fact that all fines are promissory notes. Notes are commercial papers. All licences granted by government are commerce as well.

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By: Michelle https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83189 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 03:59:28 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83189 ]]> I just love the information you give. I might live in New Hampshire but you make me research things and that makes me safer..so thank you!💋

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By: Damon Manda https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83190 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 03:58:43 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83190 I don't agree with everything you say and do, but most of it is great. It would sure save a lot of trouble on both sides if everyone followed your advice.

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By: news now uk https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83191 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 03:50:48 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83191 rules are different here in uk/england . police can stop a car anytime under the road traffic act
without pc but if the offence is a non arrestable i.e seatbelt'speeding' brake light etc
you do not have to leave your car and the police cannot break in and drag you out.



of course if you rob a bank or have drugs etc that is different. you will not get shot because uk police are unarmed.

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By: Jeremy Freedom https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83192 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 03:45:20 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83192 If the officer stops you for no reason and crime has been committed to warrant a stop also do you have to produce ID at a DUI checkpoint

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By: Al Villarreal https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83193 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 03:41:16 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83193 thanks for the advice on when you're being stopped by officers and to to get out of the car even if you are a passenger listen up people you are getting free advice…

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By: ispin4u2 https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83194 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 03:34:33 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83194 They may extract you but it doesn't mean they're doing it lawfully. Lots of departments have lost civil suits for extracting people from vehicles. Likewise, CBP can ask you to get out of your vehicle, but you don't have to nor do you have to show ID. Put cameras in your vehicle and document everything for your safety.

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By: Eli Reid https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83195 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 03:32:50 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83195 Thanks for the great video! In Texas you're actually under custodial arrest under the Texas criminal code because there's no provisions under the Texas Transportation code for your "arrest".

Given that you've been arrested under the criminal code, how many cops have ever read you your rights prior to asking their stupid questions? Where are you coming from? Where are you going? Where do you work? What do you do? What's your phone number? Do you know why I pulled you over? (The questions are not in any particular order.) My guess is no cops in the history of Texas law enforcement has ever done that.

Anyway, I really like these videos where you discuss and explain the law. I'd love to see videos on how you find where property lines are and where public easements are. You often refer to survey data but I have no idea where to find official maps which show that data. It would be nice to know.

(Disclaimer: I know you're not a lawyer nor is this legal advice. It's 100% on me to research the law and consult a professional lawyer for legal advice. Blah, blah, blah, yadda, yadda, yadda …) Keep up the good work.

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By: nunya beezwax https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83196 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 03:29:28 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83196 Excellent advice.

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By: molṑn labé https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83197 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 03:25:20 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83197 Pennsylvania v. Mimms and Maryland v. Wilson is the case law for extracting drivers and passengers, respectively, during traffic stops. Just in case anyone wants to read further. I think the rulings said that it was not a violation of the 4th amendment to pat down the driver for weapons, but I don't believe the same ruling was made in the latter case for passengers (which makes sense, since the driver is technically under custodial arrest but the passenger is not).

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By: Justified 2A https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83198 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 03:23:54 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83198 Wow, David. I have to tell you from a LE standpoint you are SPOT ON with that summation. Every travelling motorist needs to see this. You should have gone to law school. Keep up the good work, I enjoy watching your videos and love it when I see a new one get posted. Be safe brother.

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By: Charles Kelly https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83199 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 03:21:23 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83199 Hey David have you researched the law about NOT needing a license to drive unless you make money by driving such as a taxi driver, uber, truck driver, etcetera? I've seen several videos of people saying you don't need a license or state issue tags. That the supreme court says driving is a right not a privilege. I know in several states if you are farming and using a tractor trailer you do NOT have to have a CDL just the knowledge of how to operate the vehicle safely. I need to research it but was just wondering if you had any knowledge if it's true or not. Enjoy your videos and love my News Now Houston shirt. Thanks for educating the public employees on the law of the land. Be safe!

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By: KING PUTIN https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83200 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 03:18:21 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83200 Pastor Stephen Anderson from Tempe Arizona was extracted from his vehicle and didn't allow his passengers to to extracted. Varies from state to state.

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By: Greg p https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83201 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 03:05:13 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83201 "Citizens may resist UNLAWFUL arrest to the point of taking the officer's LIFE if necessary" PLUMMER V STATE. UPHELD IN SUPREME COURT IN John Bad Elk V. U.S., 177 U.S. 529.
Several other cases Uphold this. So if you are being "arrested UNLAWFULLY you have a Right to Resist.

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By: Danny Bishop https://houstoninformer.com/194222/traffic-stop-rules-vs-rights-houston-video/#comment-83202 Wed, 06 Dec 2017 03:01:49 +0000 https://houstoninformer.com/?p=194222#comment-83202 You are of course correct, but we're all a little better off when we're armed with a legal basis for our views and factual assertions. Pennsylvania v. Mimms (1977) is an oft-cited U.S. Supreme Court case describing the legal rationale and justification for pulling drivers and passengers out of vehicles.

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