Student Legal Services Workshop: Know Your Rights: Police Citizen Encounters and Protests

Jul 16, 2020

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM


Jul 16, 2020 2:00 pm

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Police Citizen Encounters have recently been in the news non-stop. UF Student Legal Services wants to proactively educate our students about their rights when interacting with law enforcement. In this workshop, we will analyze a number of vital interaction patterns and the best ways to deal with each: being stopped in your car, in person and in your home or apartment. We will also discuss protest rights and responsibilities. Our goal is to proactively protect and educate you on these pressing matters and to keep our students safe in each of these situations. Come join the friendly, free attorneys at UF Student Legal Services to discuss these timely legal issues:

  • Getting stopped: Rights and Responsibilities
  • The Right to Remain Silent: Common Misconceptions
  • Identification Requirements
  • Searches and Drug Sniffing K-9s
  • Warrants
  • Protesting Laws and Regulations
  • What Can I Say
  • What if I get Arrested
  • What if My Rights Have Been Violated

This workshop will be held on Zoom and the presentation will be made available to all participants with important links to the information covered. Additionally, each workshop will include an interactive Q&A session in which you can privately or publicly ask your pressing questions.

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