Eye On Boise

So you know

Want to know what you should, or shouldn’t, do if you’re stopped by the police? Or questioned by the FBI? Or detained at an airport? What rights you have, and what the consequences are if you don’t want to talk? The Idaho American Civil Liberties Union has published a “Know Your Rights” brochure to answer such questions. It’s on the web in English now; it’s being translated into Spanish, Arabic, Farsi, Urdu, Punjabi and Hindu.


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