Thursday, 15 May 2014

Policeman Bows to Common Law

OK, the driver of the car may not be the most friendly individual in this situation and the policeman may not 'bow' to Common Law, but the driver demonstrates that he is going about his business in a lawful way and simply does not want to be disturbed, even if it is by a request to help a police officer clear up a matter of some sort of registration 'problem' (the police's problem, not the man's). The driver asserts his rights as a man not to have his property (his rights to get on with whatever lawful activity he wishes) interfered with.

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