Interviews

Six Tips for Doing Drugs at Music Festivals and Not Getting Screwed by the Police

Timothy Norris
This dude is actually drug-free. But he still knows his rights.

Hate to say it, but some of you at Coachella will be approached by police officers assuming you have drugs. Well, you just may, but guess what? You still have rights, man.

Cameron Bowman is here to help! As a music festival lover and attorney at San Jose firm Valencia, Ippolito & Bowman, he's a legal expert on this kind of thing. Bowman, AKA the Festival Lawyer, talks about the best ways to protect yourself if you're approached by the fuzz at the fest.

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