In the Fair DUI court fight over drivers not rolling down their windows, the Coral Gables police have set their position as to why police need to hold the license in their hands. They claim you can’t see the hologram security feature in the license unless they hold it. They’re lying. Watch Sgt. Escobar repeat […]
We’ve made a lot of progress getting the Fair DUI Flyer into court and it’s time to update our readers. Working with the journalists from PINAC, Warren challenged a DUI checkpoint in Coral Gables back in August. As we hoped for purposes of getting this into court, Warren was arrested. You read Warren’s description of […]
Thanks to Jeff Van Treese for having us on with former federal prosecutor David Weinstein. We talked about checkpoints in some detail including the flyer. The conversation is below:
So if we’ve got this right, by asserting your rights you are “delaying your detainment” and/or will be arrested for doing so. America? To be clear, the words changed from “display” to “present or submit”. Showing your license through the window is still “presenting” it. And the purpose of the change was for electronic drivers […]
Fair DUI founder and author Warren Redlich was interviewed by Jeff Van Treese for 1470 AM in Boca Raton, Florida:
Fair DUI founder Warren Redlich used the Fair DUI flyer in a Miami checkpoint earlier this week. As we hoped, it was a success. Skip ahead to 1:30 into the video to get to the heart of it. Accompanying me on the trip inside the car was Carlos Miller of Photography is Not a Crime. […]
Our friends at Honor Your Oath successfully used the Fair DUI Flyer at a DUI checkpoint in Ocala, Florida: Also, a friend of theirs had previously had a somewhat difficult experience with the Ocala PD earlier, and tried again recently using the Fair DUI Flyer. It worked.
Our friends at Cop Block Central Florida successfully used the Fair DUI Flyer in a checkpoint in Pinellas County: Note that the length of time officers kept them was probably enough to be a constitutional violations. Checkpoint stops are supposed to be much briefer than this.