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United States Constitution
Article 1, Section 9, Paragraph 3


"No bill of Attainder or ex post facto Law shall be passed."

1. Bill of Attainder means: Any law which will....stain a person's character....extinguish any persons' God-given rights....any law which will forfeit freedom, natural rights or property (money, fines) of person without protection of trial by jury....and any law passed by the lawmakers which ATTAINTS any person in any manner which violates the U.S. Constitution.

To ATTAINT any person is to: Accuse or find guilty any person of breaking a law where NO person's life, liberty, or property has been taken or harmed.

One example of a law of ATTAINDER: Seat belt laws

Seat belt laws are not only enforced to generate money (your property) but they are also used as probable cause to pull you over so they can ask you for your insurance card. This is no less a crime than racketeering between the states and the insurance companies.

Note: When they charge you with "speeding" they are actually charging you with a pre-crime. Did you harm anyone's life, property, or liberty under the definition above? They are assuming a future crime. Who did you harm when you "didn't wear your seatbelt?

This is where jurors need to step in and acquit but then again you won't get a jury trial for not wearing your seatbelt because it is not considered a crime.

More accurately it's abuse of power and extortion by those in authority. - RadarPress

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My opinion of this "asking for your insurance card" is that it would fall under illegal search and seizure.

Also if you are booked in a jail, would taking your fingerprints violate your 5th amendment right to remain silent and not incriminate yourself?

They are taking your fingerprints before you have been found guilty of any "crime."