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Published on Jul 5, 2012
False imprisonment and deprivation of civil rights on a Nevada highway. Seizure begins @4:30.
If you think this video is about roadblock signs not being illuminated, you missed the point. Nonetheless.... NRS 484B.570 Administrative roadblock: Establishment; minimum requirements. 1. The police officers in this State may establish, in their respective jurisdictions, administrative roadblocks upon the highways of this State for any lawful purpose other than identifying the occupants of a vehicle or because of the existence of an emergency. 2. To warn and protect the traveling public, administrative roadblocks established by police officers must meet the following requirements: (a) The administrative roadblock must be established at a point on the highway clearly visible to approaching traffic at a distance of not less than 100 yards in either direction. (b) At the entrance to the administrative roadblock: (1) A sign must be placed near the centerline of the highway displaying the word “Stop” in letters of sufficient size and luminosity to be readable at a distance of not less than 50 yards in the direction affected by the administrative roadblock, either in daytime or darkness. (2) At least one red flashing or intermittent light, on and burning, must be placed at the side of the highway, clearly visible to the oncoming traffic at a distance of not less than 100 yards. (c) Warning signs must be placed at the side of the highway, containing any wording of sufficient size and luminosity to warn the oncoming traffic that a “police stop” lies ahead, and a burning beam light, flare or lantern must be placed near the signs to attract the attention of the traffic to the signs. The signs must be placed at a distance of not less than: (1) One-quarter of a mile from the entrance to the administrative roadblock if the portion of the highway containing the administrative roadblock is in a rural area. (2) Seven hundred feet from the entrance to the administrative roadblock if the portion of the highway containing the administrative roadblock is in an urban area. (Added to NRS by 1969, 1495; A 1987, 1073; 2011, 301) — (Substituted in revision for NRS 484.359)