Administrative noticeFree people vs. police stateRight to travel

5 cops enforce a broken taillight, manage black people

Across the U.S., police use laws that regulate the activity of trucking and hauling to impose their will upon private users of the road. In this encounter, a taillight enforcement action lets cops pile onto the occupants of a car, and make social management adjustments (“arrests”). In Chattanooga and Hamilton County, arrest without a warrant is forbidden under the constitution, with a statutory list of exceptions. This list of exceptions is happily and powerfully ignored by cops and deputies, and their masters (mayors and sheriff). See administrative notice on 40-7-103, arrest by officer without warrant, and coverage on this site about continuing violations. This notice was served on Hamilton County and city of Chattanooga April 15.

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