Law Enforcement Corruption Proposed Legislation

law enforcement corruption proposed legislation

I’m Bill Windsor, founder of the American Association of Non-Lawyers.  This article and video present proposed legislation to correct wrongdoing and corruption with one aspect of INjustice, corruption, and wrongdoing that violate our Constitutional rights — LAW ENFORCEMENT CORRUPTION.

The Recording of this Law Enforcement Corruption Proposed Legislation is linked here.


    1. All officers of the law act in an official capacity that should be subject to independent review if this is deemed necessary in the future.  Therefore, lawyer and law enforcement interrogations and interviews with the accused, witnesses and informants, excluding instances in which lawyer-client privilege are at issue, must be recorded by video in order to preserve justice, maintain neutrality, and preserve the rule of law.
    1. It shall be lawful for anyone being signaled to pull over by law enforcement to reduce speed, activate hazard lights, and pull over in a well-lit place with other people around.
    1. Police should be required to take lie detector tests as so many police officers lie to have a case.
    1. Randomized auditing of cases should be done to discover and correct cases of prosecutorial misconduct.
    1. There should be automatic filing of ethics complaints, triggered whenever a court finds that a prosecutor has behaved unethically.
    1. In making arrests, maintaining order, and defending life, law enforcement officers are allowed to use whatever force is “reasonably” necessary.   The breadth and scope of the use of force is vast—from just the physical presence of the officer… to the use of deadly force.  Violations of federal law occur when it can be shown that the force used was willfully “unreasonable” or “excessive.”
    1. Sexual assaults by officials acting under color of law must be subject to extreme criminal penalties.   Sexual assaults by officials acting under color of law can happen in jails, during traffic stops, or in other settings where officials might use their position of authority to coerce an individual into sexual compliance.  The compliance is generally gained because of a threat of an official action against the person if he or she doesn’t comply.
    1. False arrest and fabrication of evidence must be eliminated or minimized.  The Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution guarantees the right against unreasonable searches or seizures.  A law enforcement official using authority provided under the color of law is allowed to stop individuals and, under certain circumstances, to search them and retain their property.  It is in the abuse of that discretionary power—such as an unlawful detention or illegal confiscation of property—that a violation of a person’s civil rights may occur.  Fabricating evidence against or falsely arresting an individual also violates the color of law statute, taking away the person’s rights of due process and unreasonable seizure.  In the case of deprivation of property, the color of law statute would be violated by unlawfully obtaining or maintaining a person’s property, which oversteps or misapplies the official’s authority.  The Fourteenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution secures the right to due process; the Eighth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution prohibits the use of cruel and unusual punishment.  During an arrest or detention, these rights can be violated by the use of force amounting to punishment (summary judgment).  The person accused of a crime must be allowed the opportunity to have a trial and should not be subjected to punishment without having been afforded the opportunity of the legal process.
    1. The public relies on its law enforcement officials to protect local communities.  If it’s shown that an official willfully failed to keep an individual from harm, that official could be in violation of the color of law statute.
    1. When police are going to go through people’s personal property or possessions and raid houses, they should have to record it to prove what they found for court purposes.
    1. When a corrupt prosecutor refuses to take a meritorious case to a grand jury or to prosecute it because it goes against powerful interests or involves fellow officials, a Special Regulatory Grand Jury shall have the power to take action.

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This article and video presented proposed legislation to correct wrongdoing and corruption with one aspect of INjustice, corruption, and wrongdoing that violate our Constitutional rights — Law Enforcement Corruption.  All of the proposed legislation is available at

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