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Motorcycle Only Checkpoints Still a Reality in Many States Motorcycle Only Checkpoints Still a Reality in Many States

Motorcycle Only Checkpoints Still a Reality in Many States. Imagine riding your motorcycle to a benefit and seeing a sign saying “Motorcycles must exit at rest area.” Although you’ve done nothing wrong, and your motorcycle registration and insurance are up to date and current, you will be subject to a random seizure and inspection. You…

Motorcycle Profiling Defined Motorcycle Profiling Defined

There are an estimated 10 million registered motorcyclists in America representing all walks of life.  They include doctors, lawyers, business owners, military veterans, blue collar workers, and even state legislators. Unfortunately, the overly-broad outlaw biker stereotype embraced by many in law enforcement results in selective enforcement and discriminatory traffic stops targeting a sizable portion of…

Are Texas Gang Laws Overly Broad? Are Texas Gang Laws Overly Broad?

Texas gang law is overly broad, applies to almost every conceivable association imaginable, and unjustly denies the constitutional rights of individuals that have not engaged or conspired to engage in criminal activity. The implications of an overly broad law includes chilling 1st Amendment associations.  The implications also include mass arrests redefining the principle that probable…

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