Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast: Out Of Control, Over Policing Evident In The #SandraBland Dash Cam Video

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In this edition of The Roland Martin Show, Martin breaks down the Sandra Bland dash cam video and takes your calls. Was this a case of over policing? Would you have reacted to Texas State Trooper Brian Encinia in the same or similar fashion as Bland did?

All that and more in this edition of “The Roland Martin Show” Audio Podcast.

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  • Lois Walker

    I want to know if the traffic law about emergency vehicles different in every state. The following is from the Ohio Motor Vehicle Laws. EMERGENCY VEHICLES-Upon the approach of an emergency vehicle displaying flashing lights and an audible signal, the driver must immediately drive to a position parallel to the right edge or curb of the road or highway and stop. Drivers must be careful not to block intersections. All vehicles must remain in this position until the emergency vehicle has passed or when directed otherwise by a law enforcement officer. STOPPING-At the approach of a public safely vehicle (such as a police car, fire engine or ambulance) displaying flashing lights and sounding a warning signal, unless the vehicle is traveling in the opposite direction on a divided highway. Drivers should move as far as possible to the right of the road and remain there until the emergency vehicle has passed.
    I watched the dash cam video several times, Sandra Bland did the exact same thing I would have done, the exact same thing!!! Thank you for the News coverage on Sandra Bland.

  • Lois Walker

    I want to know if the traffic law about emergency vehicles different in every state. The following is from the Ohio Motor Vehicle Laws. EMERGENCY VEHICLES-Upon the approach of an emergency vehicle displaying flashing lights and an audible signal, the driver must immediately drive to a position parallel to the right edge or curb of the road or highway and stop. Drivers must be careful not to block intersections. All vehicles must remain in this position until the emergency vehicle has passed or when directed otherwise by a law enforcement officer. STOPPING-At the approach of a public safely vehicle (such as a police car, fire engine or ambulance) displaying flashing lights and sounding a warning signal, unless the vehicle is traveling in the opposite direction on a divided highway. Drivers should move as far as possible to the right of the road and remain there until the emergency vehicle has passed.

    I watched the dash cam video several times, Sandra Bland did the exact same thing I would have done, the exact same thing!!! Thank you for the News coverage on Sandra Bland.

  • Lois Walker

    I want to know if the traffic law about emergency vehicles different in every state. The following is from the Ohio Motor Vehicle Laws. EMERGENCY VEHICLES-Upon the approach of an emergency vehicle displaying flashing lights and an audible signal, the driver must immediately drive to a position parallel to the right edge or curb of the road or highway and stop. Drivers must be careful not to block intersections. All vehicles must remain in this position until the emergency vehicle has passed or when directed otherwise by a law enforcement officer. STOPPING-At the approach of a public safely vehicle (such as a police car, fire engine or ambulance) displaying flashing lights and sounding a warning signal, unless the vehicle is traveling in the opposite direction on a divided highway. Drivers should move as far as possible to the right of the road and remain there until the emergency vehicle has passed.

    I watched the dash cam video several times, Sandra Bland did the exact same thing I would have done, the exact same thing!!! Thank you for the News coverage on Sandra Bland.

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