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A book about the signs and how to detect rogue (bad) police officers. This book also covers the various tricks of police officers and the tactics of bad cops.
This is a practical and useful book. An amazing book written by a former police officer and a professor of behavioral studies. This book examines various criminals and the crimes they commit. The book originates from various emails, messages, and letters received by Author Robert Davis from common citizens asking common questions.
If you're seeking complex and technical information about law, this may not be the book for you. But if you are seeking plain answers to common law questions this book just might be the book. Questions such as what are Miranda rights? Should I take a lie detector test? What to do or say if arrested? This book addresses such questions.
It's quite apparent that the authors of LEGAL MINDS are concerned about the citizen's personal welfare with the release of this book. The book attempts to give the readers the signs, clues, and definitions of a bad police officer (a rogue cop). The readers will learn how to report such officers quickly and effectively. The book also covers the possible minds of rapists and murderers. The book doesn't pretend to give definitive answers, but possible answers to a perplexed and difficult social problem.
LEGAL MINDS attempts to answer the questions you've always asked. Furthermore, the book covers subjects such as citations, DUI's, warrants, clemencies, felonies, domestic violence, pardons, police chases, miranda rights, lie detectors tests, police interrogations and interviews, and radar and laser devices.
This book is designed to inform all citizens about their constitutional rights. It's plain, easy to read, and easy to understand!
Please note: Legal Minds is not a technical manual. If you are experiencing serious issues with the law or law enforcement, the authors strongly suggest that you seek the professional services of an attorney.
"No one, absolutely no one, should have to worry about a police officer or any law enforcement officer committing a crime against the citizens."