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Can someone please do a FOIL request for the checkpoint guidelines from this checkpoint and any documents showing the results of the checkpoint?
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+robfrmny21 use the form link on this page:

https://www.troopers.ny.gov/Request_Government_Records/
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Can I share this on West Boca News? Not sure how it'll go, and I'm sure there will be some negative comments, but I'd like to try it.
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+Nicolette Valenti No, just experimenting with different things to post. Please e-mail me if you want to see how the video did on our FB post. You can probably see similar on your YouTube video manager.

For us short videos seem to work better and it's really important to have some kind of "hook" early in the video that gets people to keep watching.
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Ms. Kvitek: FYI I recently added Arizona to our list of states. We're up to 27 now.

The officer and attorney in  your video are incorrect and you can check the laws I cite to see that.

http://fairdui.org/states/a-f/arizona-dui/

You are not required to hand over your papers. You are only required to "exhibit" them:
28-1595. Failure to stop or provide driver license or evidence of identity; violation; classification

B. After stopping as required by subsection A of this section, the operator of a motor vehicle who fails or refuses to -exhibit- the operator's driver license as required by section 28-3169 or a driver who is not licensed and who fails or refuses to provide evidence of the driver's identity on request is guilty of a class 2 misdemeanor.

Please let me know if you'd like to talk.
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Good question Gregg.

It is my opinion that most orders to roll down your window, open your door or exit the vehicle are illegal. However, it is my advice that most people should obey any order given by police even if you think it's illegal.

The point is to force the police to make it an order. If it's an illegal order your lawyer can challenge it later. If you give in to mere requests you've waived your rights and we have nothing to challenge.

As always I recommend talking to a lawyer in your home state.
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+Warren Redlich If not engaged in commerce upon the highway do not 'present' a drivers licence(commerce).
Download Eddie Craig's traffic stop script.
Don't consent to statute law, remain in common law.
First find with whom you deal (do business).
An order, and you can seek compensation when filling an order.
One does not fill an unlawful order unless under duress...
At the Nuremberg Trials "Just following orders." did not work, when the orders were unlawful.
As a wo(man) enquire "What wo(man) claims I have done injury,harm, or damage, and I will compensate?"
Remain honourable- remain in common law.
A state can only complain, can not claim.
By remaining in common law, as a wo(man) fundamental Rights remain.
As a person/corporation/legal fiction Rights are revoked.
The pyramid goes:


Maker,
Man,
State,
Corporation/person.


Not:


maker,
state,
man, corporation/person.
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Where was this in the county?
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What country is this?
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+Warren Redlich East Germany.
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I love the line "I know the law better than you do."
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Gregg, please show me a court case where the question "Am I being detained" or the answer actually mattered.
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+Gregg H It's paramount the public learn the dui scam has no interest in stopping dui arrests. They hide every possible evidence surrounding the arrest scam and only want an officer's false report revealed for the victim to combat. In America where the most fair criminal justice system in the world is biased toward the prosecution and that's not fair!
Warren is absolutely correct even judges know exactly what's going on. In order to aid the scam the judge in my case helped hide exculpatory evidence by convincing me I was only be fined $50.00 for a "Dry Reckless" driving I did not know was  still a crime and that it then would be reported to the DMV different than the way the judge spoke it in court. The court outcome does not include the judges words, but only the court video does. Once all those professionals go to such insane lengths to scam a dui, they must cover up exculpatory evidence at all costs.
In a dirty dui county culture unlawful cops, unlawful prosecutors have lap dog dui attorneys to help them scam innocent people. At about 18min:30sec into this video Bert asks how is it possible? innocent people can be convicted of a dui? All anyone needs to do is study my channel of the unlawful dui arrest and cover up by all those making money from it. DUI is a 10 billion dollar industry arresting non-dangerous drivers.
I have posted the most comprehensive video ever on youtube explaining how what I and Warren say are true.
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Work
Occupation
Attorney, Web Developer
Employment
  • SpinJ Corp
    Co-Founder and CEO, 2005 - present
  • Redlich Law Firm
    Owner, 2003 - present
  • Guilderland Town Board
    2011
  • Allstate Insurance
    Trial Attorney, 1995 - 1999
  • NYS Courts
    Law Clerk, 2000 - 2003
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Currently
Albany, NY
Previously
Guilderland - New York, Texas, California, Japan, Wisconsin - Boca Raton, FL - Madison, WI - Hiroshima, Japan - Stanford, CA - Moss Beach, CA
Contact Information
Work
Phone
888-733-5299
Email
Fax
518-708-8752
Address
12345 Riverfalls Ct, Boca Raton, FL 33497-0244
Story
Tagline
Criminal defense and personal injury lawyer, entrepreneur, author, libertarian activist etc.
Introduction
First of all I'm a lawyer. We focus on criminal defense (including speeding tickets and DUI/DWI) and personal injury (mostly car accidents).

Then I'm a web entrepreneur - building a directory of traffic courts (Town-Court.com), WestBocaNews.com, FairDUI.org and some other sites.

And I'm an author - Fair DUI: Stay safe and sane in a world gone MADD - available on Amazon in both Kindle and paperback.

Most important, I'm a husband and a daddy.

One other claim to fame - I was the 2010 Libertarian candidate for Governor of New York. Yes, I was on the stage with Jimmy "The Rent is Too Damn High" McMillan. And Andrew Cuomo.

I've been a Ron Paul supporter for several years and was one of his election lawyers in NY in 2008.
Bragging rights
My Town-Court.com website helps over 4 million people a year.
Education
  • Guilderland High School
    1980 - 1984
  • Albany Law School
    1991 - 1994
  • Rice University
    Mathematical Economics, 1984 - 1988
  • Stanford University
    Political Science and GSB, 1988 - 1991
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Male
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Married
Not luxurious but mostly what we expected. There's a free breakfast which we didn't know about. Its nothing special but it is free. Room is larger than expected. Bathroom feels small. Could use more drawers. Worst thing is the WiFi, which is slow when it works but it's very inconsistent and generally useless. Parking is okay. You can't make a left onto Aviation so that may throw off directions from Google Maps. There is some road noise. Might want to ask for a room on the north side away from the road. But it wasn't too bad.
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We've been bringing our kids to Bravo for three years now for various things. We did their summer camp one year. One kid did voice lessons and "Bravo Players." Another did pre-piano and piano lessons. They provide a wonderful learning environment. Our kids have been very happy there. It is not cheap, but neither is it unusually expensive. And it's worth it. Also nice that there are plenty of good restaurants around it.
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I bought my car at lease-end from Delray Honda. They screwed up the payment, charging me over $1300 in extra sales tax. Then they were very difficult in terms of trying to get the money back. What should have taken an hour took weeks.
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Had the Panang shrimp for lunch. Great sauce!
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