3 Things to Keep in Mind During a Police Traffic Stop

If it hasn’t happened to you yet, it will probably happen to you at one point or another… You’re driving along, listening to the radio, when all the sudden you hear that whine of the siren and the red and blue lights flashing behind you. Your heart sinks into your stomach as you silently hope that they aren’t pulling you over, but just trying to pass you. You put on your turn signal, slow down, and pull to the side of the road and the cruiser pulls up behind you. You think to yourself: What was the speed limit here? Did I run a red light? More often than not, an interaction with police is the result of a minor infraction, like having a tail light burnt out or driving over the speed limit, and in the best case, the driver suffers a slight inconvenience and is let off with a warning, while others may also face the prospect of a hefty fine. But that isn’t how it always goes. It’s important to note that routine traffic stops are often an…

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