Arrest-Proof Yourself: An Ex-Cop Reveals How Easy It Is for Anyone to Get Arrested, How Even a Single Arrest Could Ruin Your Life, and What to Do If the Police Get in Your Face

Arrest-Proof Yourself: An Ex-Cop Reveals How Easy It Is for Anyone to Get Arrested, How Even a Single Arrest Could Ruin Your Life, and What to Do If the Police Get in Your Face

Dale C. Carson, Wes Denham

Language: English

Pages: 288

ISBN: 2:00142395

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


This essential “how not to” guide explains how to act and what to say in the presence of police to minimize the chances of being arrested and to avoid add-on charges—which can often lead to permanent disqualification from jobs, financing, and education. Citizens can learn how to avoid arrest both on the street and when pulled over in a vehicle and are alerted to basic tricks cops use to get people to incriminate themselves. Sprinkled with absurdity and humor, this urgent, eye-opening book is a guide to criminal justice for all Americans.

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probably already in jail. Savvy career criminals are aware of this and make an effort to blend in with mainstream America. Mass murderer Wayne Williams wore short, neatly trimmed hair and nondescript clothes, and looked like an accountant. Coed killer Ted Bundy had a movie star smile and wore suits and ties. When not killing young women, he looked like the Republican Party activist that, in fact, he was. As for the big-time white-collar guys, they prefer suits and are always distressed at what

exhausts me to write about it. In fact, a jit has no sense at all of days, defined as 24-hour segments of time. There is no “day.” There’s simply sunup and sundown—wake, sleep, eat, copulate, wander, hustle, hang out, get wasted. Everything is concrete, never abstract. The past is a haze and doesn’t matter. The future is inconceivable. The future is neither hopeful nor hopeless; it’s simply not there. This is real “living in the moment,” and middle-class people find it scary as hell. There’s an

primitive clueless people are. The clueless urgently need Life 101 training. The first lesson? Time, and why the wristwatch, the alarm clock, and the calendar matter. This will support the imperatives of the Welfare Reform Act, which is forcing millions of clueless people to work. Work is a powerful socializer, and the only mechanism for socialization that can possibly be successful with adults who were raised without effective parents. No one, however, can learn job skills and rudimentary good

word makes people nuts, but it’s really just a formalized process for doing what everyone does all the time naturally, which is to give meaning to perceptions by comparing what we perceive to what we know from experience. Minority activists maintain that police profiling is racial. They’re usually wrong. It’s behavioral. Cops know certain behaviors are more likely to result in a valid arrest than others. They talk to bad guys all day, every day. They know what bad guys look like, walk like, talk

start winning the psychological contest from the get-go. Once you’ve said these words, give the cops the basic information they ask for. If you avoid being arrested, take a huge hint and stay off private property and places you don’t belong. Do your wandering and exploring in public areas where it’s legal. PEEPING AT WOMEN If you are a peeping tom and get pleasure from looking at women through windows, it’s time to do some serious thinking about sex. By peeping, you’re training yourself

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