Letters To Tina

subject: Correction

body: To whom it may concern,
I am writing this in order to verify some facts that were in Karl
Denninger's, "What Do You Do If Stopped By the Police" essay.  Very
well written and a lot of good tips are contained in that esay.
However, the sixth paragraph under the "Premliminaries" heading talks
about police officers having to obtain a warrant if you exit your
vehicle and and lock your car doors.

According to Carroll v US, US v Hardy and US v Dewitt, a warrant is not
needed to search a vehicle due to the mobilty of that veh.

As a police officer in Los Angeles I have conducted numerous searches of
vehicles, citing those cases in particular when time for trial arrived.
If there is new case law that I am not aware of, please let me know.

Thanks,  Dustin   

To which we responded

We don't talk to cops.

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