Social Jitney Delivers Another Hit iPhone Application: Say No to Police

Say No to Police was released on November 19, 2010 and was immediately featured as “New and Noteworthy” in the Reference category by Apple’s iTunes. As of November 29, 2010 the application is #2 on the reference list.

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Many young people could avoid having a criminal record –something that will permanently tarnish their futures - by following the simple advice in this application.

Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) December 2, 2010

Social Jitney delivers another hit iPhone application: Say No to Police. Say No to Police was released on November 19, 2010 and was immediately featured as “New and Noteworthy” in the Reference category by Apple’s iTunes. As of November 29, 2010 the application is #2 on the reference list. Social Jitney’s Alphabets in the Zoo, created for client Googly, was a “New and Noteworthy” iPad application and reached #1 on the education chart. Say No to Police was created for criminal law expert Ralph Behr, ESQ. Say No to Police teaches individuals their rights when dealing with law enforcement.

Ralph Behr, ESQ is an advocate for individual rights with 30 years of defense success in criminal proceedings “It’s my pleasure to share my knowledge and experience with the public, “ says Behr. “I find that most people don’t know their basic rights in each step of the legal process and it’s my personal mission to see that they do. Many young people could avoid having a criminal record –something that will permanently tarnish their futures - by following the simple advice in this application.”

Behr approached mobile application developer Social Jitney to bring his successful book Can the Police Lie to Me? to the iPhone, iPad and Android platforms. Social Jitney applied their years of mobile development experience to create a winning application for Behr. The Social Jitney team enjoyed creating this application and working with Behr. “Ralph Behr had a clear vision regarding the development of this app allowing our team to do its best work,” explains Social Jitney CEO Salman Ghaznavi. “The quality, simplicity, and clarity of Behr’s writing ensure that the user will gain a tremendous amount of useful knowledge. Working on the Say No to Police application taught our team members a great deal about the U.S. legal system.”

Behr is delighted to find his app featured as “New and Noteworthy” by the iTunes team: “by spotlighting Say No to Police iTunes will help a larger number of people to know their rights. It’s been a pleasure working with Social Jitney on this app and I look forward to future collaborations.”

Say No to Police features explanations of topics including: Cars and Cops, Drug Busts, the Under 21 Crowd, Searches, Police Contact, Arrests, Bail, Trial, and more. The app also answers the most common questions about the law and explains the 50 most charged crimes. Every subject is explained in simple laymen’s terms and designed as a whole to keep users out of unnecessary conflict with law enforcement.
Ralph Behr’s Say No to Police was released on November 19, 2010 and is currently available for the iPhone, iPod, iPad, and in the Android Marketplace.

To view the app: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/say-no-to-police/id401627570?mt=8

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