Quiz: Police Searches and Conversations

The United States incarcerates of its citizens than any other developed country by far. As a result, following the law may not be enough to keep you from getting arrested and, perhaps, prosecuted. The first time children interact with a police officer outside the presence of a parent will likely be in their teenage years. Knowing their constitutional rights when interfacing with police will enable them to better care for themselves and to get their parent(s) or other trusted adult involved before making their situation potentially far worse.

What They Don’t Teach Your Teen provides concrete, straightforward instruction for teenagers (and their parents) about what their Fourth and Fifth Amendment rights are and how to use them under pressure. Here’s a small sample...

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