Marijuana in not legal in the state, and it is also illegal federally. How does that apply to people who do use marijuana when it is legal? What happens if you're caught in a state where it isn't? Will you face federal or state charges?
When the police ask you to pull over, it's in your best interests to do so right away. Attempting to flee the scene or avoid a traffic stop will get you into more trouble than if you allow yourself to be pulled over in most cases.
When an attorney goes to trial with a client, there are many things he or she should do. Taking these steps and performing these actions helps the attorney help his or her client as much as possible. For example, having the pocket-sized Rules of Evidence on hand can help an attorney come up with an objection's rule number when it may otherwise be forgotten.
You went into town with a fake rifle expecting to make a video with some friends. You waved it around and were acting out a scene when you noticed some people leaving the area quickly. Moments later, you saw an officer pulling up to the scene and you were asked to put down your weapon.
The Fourth Amendment of the United States protects people from unreasonable searches by the government. This protects you in your home, on your property, in your vehicle and in your business. It protects you when you're walking alone, and it protects you during arrests and police stops.