If I'm stopped again, then I plan to either remain silent, or follow a script like:
- I need to be on my way. Am I being detained?
- Am I free to go?
- Are you refusing to allow me to go on my way?
- What crime do you suspect me of committing?
- Is that a crime?
- If you wish to continue questioning me, I would like to have a lawyer present.
- I am going to exercise my fifth amendment right to remain silent.
- May I have your name and badge number?
What other tips would you include in the script? Are these all good to include?
All very good responses, a LEO who knows and respects the law, as such was my case with the Thurston country sheriff's deputy(all 20 seconds of it), will let you be on your way without further interaction(if they stop you at all). however if you run into one determined to abuse their authority all of the above work well...as always record video and/or audio just in case you need to hire rapgood to file a complaint on your behalf