Officer discretion is a reality seldom discussed, yet real none-the-less. Officer discretion is a form of personal “nullification”. A judge refusing to hand down a sentence is another form of personal nullification. A jury of one’s peers refusing to convict a defendant who obviously was in violation of a law is yet another form of nullification. The speaker in this video harks back to the days of prohibition wherein juries across America refused to convict so regularly and often that the “system” finally repealed the laws against alcohol drinks.
All of these types of nullification remain with the people. Talking about them is indeed a form of activism. Enjoy the video, and take courage.
A link for the video below:
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