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You need to understand when you are stopped that law enforcement will use this encounter to bring other charges against you if possible. One example of that is the early June, 2015 traffic stop of Rapper Rick Ross in Georgia. Ross has a history of marijuana possession, being charged for possession in Miami, Louisiana and North Carolina. Ross got stopped for excessive window tint but the Deputy claimed that he smelled marijuana. A search, based on the alleged smell, revealed five marijuana joints in Ross‘ Bentley. If the Deputy followed his training and procedure, he would have run the license plate on Ross‘ vehicle prior to stopping him for the window tint. That records search would have revealed the three prior marijuana possessions. Once you see those prior marijuana possessions, what would you expect to find in Ross‘ car?
In our system, the Accused must assert his or her constitutional protections in order for the criminal justice system to work properly. The system cannot work properly when people fail to assert their rights against self-incrimination. Hopefully Ross fulfilled his contract with the system and stated “I want a Lawyer. If I am not under arrest please let me go.”