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A traffic stop is the most frequent encounter you'll ever have with local law enforcement in the United States. Therefore, it is necessary to educate yourself about the laws of the United States and what rights are granted to you, as well as what an officer is not allowed to do during an investigation. The First, Fourth, and Fifth Amendments are your best friends when it comes to a traffic stop, and this short listen explains how to exercise those rights.

The author is not an attorney or prosecutor. It's your responsibility to check with your local law enforcement to make sure you are following the laws. The author has experience in law through his business studies, holding a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration and an Associate's degree in Management Technology.

©2015 Trevor Clinger (P)2015 Trevor Clinger

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What made the experience of listening to How to Survive a Traffic Stop in the United States the most enjoyable?

I found it most enjoyable because it provided me awesome tips on how to make it through a traffic stop, and the legality behind one.