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Guide to dealing with N.Y. subway searches

The folks at Flex Your Rights have released "The Citizen's Guide to Refusing New York Subway Searches."

The guide was created in reference to New York policy, but the advice is equally applicable to random searches on any subway.

There are good guides there to handling other police encounters, such as a traffic stop or street stop. The Rev. Meeks might have made good use of it.


That entire site has some very useful info. ^_^ I'll be adding that to my bookmarks.

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