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Know Your Rights: Every American's Guide to Dealing with Law Enforcement Hardcover – Print, April 6, 2007
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An easy to follow guide of what you should know when unexpectedly, you find yourself in a situation where you must deal with law enforcement. $2 S&H
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Camille M. Abate has put together an easy-to-read book that every American (no matter what your political opinion is) should own, read and re-read.
It is written in plain English. Each chapter starts with a thought-provoking quote. It does not have a hidden agenda. It can help citizens be more law abidding.
I read it over lunch.
I learned about how to exercise my rights even though I thought I knew how.
Ms. Abate is not in favor of law breakers such as people who drink & drive. But she is concerned about law enforcement officials who may take advantage of people who have done nothing wrong but may not know their rights.
It is a great book to give to family and friends especially younger people in high school or college who are just getting out in the world.
The Unitied States of America is a great country in which to live.
Ms. Abate's book will give any American citizen or resident alien the tools they can use when and if they have to deal with law enforcement officials.
This book in my opinion is a joke. You need to learn your state and municipal statutes or at least have a passing familiarity with them. Don't waste your money on this book. It's really more of a pamphlet.