Jay-Z analysed in criminal law/Strafrecht in Jay-Z

Via The Guardian and Slate, a law professor analyses (verse 2 of) 99 Problems, a 2004 song by Jay-Z, from the point of view of criminal law: Caleb Mason, Saint Louis University School of Law, Fourth Amendment Guidance for Cops and Perps.
1. The year is ‘94 and in my trunk is raw 2. In my rearview mirror is the motherfucking law 3. I got two choices y’all, pull over the car or 4. Bounce on the double put the pedal to the floor 5. Now I ain’t trying to see no highway chase with jake 6. Plus I got a few dollars I can fight the case 7. So I . . . pull over to the side of the road 8. And I Heard “Son do you know what I’m stopping you for?” 9. “Cause I’m young and I’m black and my hat’s real low? 10 ...
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