URBAN MYTHS & LIES THAT ARE USED TO STEAL YOUR FREEDOM
REAL Club has an obligation to inform the public of it's rights especially since law enforcement will build a case against you without letting you know they are building it nor informing you of your rights while they build it, nor after they arrest you....
Does an undercover cop have to identify themselves if asked?
Most online providers and many of their naive visitors think they have protected themselves from legal harm by simply asking the person they intend to meet if they are an undercover cop... the undercover is working undercover and has no obligation to inform you that he is a cop even if asked!
Come on. Think this through ... How could any law enforcement agency anywhere ever conduct any kind of undercover operation whatsoever, if it could all be ended immediately by a simple magic question? Criminals just have to ask everyone they deal with “are you a police officer?”, and that’s it. No successful undercover operations of any sort, ever, anywhere, any how. Apply some critical thinking to these things, for goodness’ sake. If this was true, there wouldn’t be any such thing as “undercover police”.
Anyone asking you this should be presumed too naive to be trusted or a cop since cops will ask you first to induce your confidence!
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Law enforcement needs a warrant or your permission to record the conversation?
This myth is the reason we never talk to non vetted members on the phone. Only 11 states require permission of both parties. That means 39 states only require permission of one party to record so keep that in mind the next time they want to call you or you want to talk to them on the phone. Law enforcement is adept at asking you question sounding innocent but in court will make you sound like an ax murderer.
Police know this, why dont you?
Federal law permits recording telephone calls and in-person conversations with the consent of at least one of the parties. See 18 U.S.C. 2511(2)(d). This is called a "one-party consent" law. Under a one-party consent law, you can record a phone call or conversation so long as you are a party to the conversation.
Eleven states require the consent of every party to a phone call or conversation in order to make the recording lawful. These "two-party consent" laws have been adopted in California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Montana, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Washington. (Notes: (1) Illinois' two-party consent statute was held unconstitutional in 2014; (2) Hawai'i is in general a one-party state, but requires two-party consent if the recording device is installed in a private place; (3) Massachusetts bans "secret" recordings rather than requiring explicit consent from all parties.). Although they are referred to as "two-party consent" laws, consent must be obtained from every party to a phone call or conversation if it involves more than two people. In some of these states, it might be enough if all parties to the call or conversation know that you are recording and proceed with the communication anyway, even if they do not voice explicit consent. See the State Law: Recording section of this legal guide for information on specific states' wiretapping laws.
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Best legal advice, ASK TO SPEAK TO A LAWYER! Cops will lie until they get you to confess, then use the confession against you. Everything you say can & will be used against you, they will not be required to do jail time for lying to you rather they will likely by applauded like a hero. Don't answer questions until your lawyer is present. When you ask to speak to a lawyer, all the lies & harassment stops and the processing begins. With processing, they must tell you the truth about what you are being arrested for & what it is based on in writing. End of lies & legal harassment!
Don't seek nor discuss a deal! To accept a deal, you have to plead guilty to something and put yourself at the mercy of people who probably are lying to you to get you to lie on someone else so they have a case. If they have such a good case, why do they need you to lie or help them? Once you accept a deal, only contact a lawyer if you want to lose your money.
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