Pretextual Stops

A pretextual traffic stop is when the police pull you over for some bogus reason because they really just want to harass you. In 1995, the U.S. Supreme Court made it easier for them to get away with it. Smoove is back -- with improved audio -- in an important podcast about police dishonesty and the Constitution. Don't just sit back and let the U.S. become a police state. Stand up for your rights!