Fair DUI’s Warren Redlich was interviewed on February 21st for a radio show (or podcast) by Greensboro reserve police officer T.J. Bloch. T.J. runs the website Policing Black and White, a growing website. You should be able to see the audio player below.
It was a great conversation though unfortunately we had to cut it short. We’re talking about doing another one soon. If you can’t see the player, this is the link to the full MP3 file.
Bloch is a great guy who was forced, while on active duty, to shoot a woman who was trying to stab him with a knife. Partly as a result of that incident along with other traumatic experiences he retired early from active duty and became a reserve officer.
Offending people across the political spectrum. Today we were on both Fox News and Huff Post Live. Huff Po is below, though of course it’s no longer live. Segment starts at 12:45 into the video. Maybe 12:55.
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 licenses on smart phones, not for physical licenses.
Video of the Fair DUI interview with Fox 45 Baltimore is below. Notably the reporter spoke with the Maryland State Police and they agreed that a motorist only has to stop at a checkpoint and does not have to roll the window down.
Unfortunately it appears Fox 45 has deleted the video. We can’t find it.