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5 Rules You Should Know When Dealing With Police Officers At Snap Checks.

Here Are 5 Rules You Should Know When Dealing With Police Officers At Snap Checks.


Stop the car in a safe place as quickly as possible. Turn off the car, turn on the internal light, open the window part way, and place your hands on the steering wheel.


Officers can ask you to step outside of the car, and they may separate passengers and drivers from each other to question them and compare their answers, but no one has to answer any questions if you don’t want to incriminate yourself, it’s your right and you can call your lawyer.


Show your driver’s license, vehicle documents upon request. If an officer asks to look inside your car, you can refuse to consent to the search. However, if police believe your car contains evidence of a crime, your car can be searched without a warrant and without your consent.


Drivers and passengers have the right to remain silent. If you are a passenger, you can ask if you are free to leave. Even if the officer says no, you still have the right to remain silent.


If you are suspected of driving under the influence and refuse a breath, blood, or urine test, you could be arrested and your license can be suspended.


When a Police Officer request bribe from you, he has already committed himself. He is now the criminal and you have the upper hand.



Source: The Security Guy media


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