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Aubrey Baker
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From your experience, do officers know/tend to support allowing u-turns and keeping your window rolled up and not talking to them? It seems to me, from listening to your other videos, that the officers may tell you that you have to roll your window down and partake in the checkpoint. How would you proceed in such a case, if you wanted to keep your window rolled up and the officer was telling you that you had to talk to him?
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It is deeply rooted law that the police are not to force anyone to roll down a window at a checkpoint. They have internal memos going to every officer instructing them on the proper procedure. All a checkpoint is is a stop sign on a roadway. You must stop and then proceed like any stop sign. An office at that stop sign is just like a homeless person at a stop sign trying to get you to roll down window to ask for a dollar. The police bank on people not knowing their rights and thus opening the window bc that's what they think they are supposed to do. If a cop is at my windows the last thing on earth I think about is opening it, but that is bc I am very suspect of all authority. If you are forced to open your window and then arrested bc of what happens after that, it would be a fairly easy suppression hearing in Court. I.e., the stop would be deemed unconditional and the case dismissed. However, if there is some odor they could smell through the glass maybe they could justify a forcible stop. For example, Cheech & Chong roll up in a car billowing with weed smoke would probably cause a legal order for the window to be rolled down. 
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  • Next Century Corporation
    User Experience Engineer, 2013 - present
  • VT-STEM Outreach
    Graduate Assistant, 2009 - 2013
  • Vision Point Systems
    System Administrator, 2011 - 2012
  • Engineering IT
    Office Coordinator, 2009 - 2010
  • Ford Motor Credit Company
    J2EE Developer, 2009 - 2009
  • Office of IT
    Help Desk Support, 2008 - 2008
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I'd rather regret the things I've done than regret the things I haven't done.
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  • Virginia Tech
    Industrial & Systems Engineering, 2011 - 2012
  • Michigan Tech
    Computer Science, 2008 - 2010
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