Checkpoints are a gross violation of privacy and other natural born rights. Free people should not be stopped and searched or questioned in any way if they are attempting to travel freely.
In one of the incidents, which took place on August 2, 2014 Davis brought a woman to the Wake Forest Police Department for testing after he stopped her on suspicion of DWI. Without allowing her the full 30 minutes to contact a witness, Davis recorded that she hadn’t requested one. When the woman asked questions about the test, the deputy simply claimed she had refused to take it — and filed that refusal with the Dept. of Motor Vehicles.
TFTP -- More than 100 DWI cases had to be dismissed in Raleigh, North Carolina, after it was determined a sheriff’s deputy lied on the stand. Wake County District Attorney Lorrin Freeman dismissed all the cases after now-ex