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Rights on the road

Rights on the road

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    • Unit 4:Project
    • What you should do after pulling over ? When you have pulled over to the farthest to the right safely , if you have any courtesies you might want to provide the officer, do so. 1. Y might want to roll down you window all the way ou 2. T urn of your engine 3. Place your hands on steering wheel 4. And If dark turn on your interior light
    • What you should you never do after pulling over ? The number one thing you want to try to do is: Avoid giving the officer an excuse to search your vehicle o T not to speak out if turn ry o Hesitate and drive away o Give any attitude towards the police officer o Keep your car engine on o Reach for anything out of clear view o Never talk on your cell phone when the police officer is approaching o Get out your vehicle
    • What to do when a police officer asks if they can search your car ?  If you aren’t under arrest and haven’t consented to a search, the police are limited to searching the outside of your clothing if they have a reasonable suspicion to believe you may be carrying a weapon.  They may search your car only if they have a probable cause to believe it contains a weapon or evidence of a crime. They are allowed to seize anything in plain view, but only if they believe that it is, or contains, a weapon or evidence of a crime. Beyond that, police either need a search warrant or your permission.
    • What circumstances would change how much your car, and your passengers, can be searched ? • Driving reckless • Not wearing a seat belt • Suspicious reasoning • Disobeying the officer • Body language • Etc.
    • What to do during a search of your car ?  Do not interfere with the police officer, physically resist, or obstruct the police in a search, even if you are sure the search is illegal you will be arrested for it. File a complaint afterwards if you feel your rights have been violated.
    • What makes an action taken by the police illegal during a traffic stop ?  Searching a car with out permission or warrant  Asking any questions outside of his or her working duties  Not obeying the laws of a police officer  Not reading the rights of the person he or she has stopped  Not giving reason as to why he or she is being stopped  DWB (stopping blacks just because they are black and look suspicious)
    • Who to call and what to say if you believe that something illegal happened ? 1. Emergency - 911 2. Department of Motor Vehicles - 486-4368 3. L Vegas City Hall - 229-6011 as 4. L Vegas Metro Police (non emergency) - 795-3111 as  2 of the 4 are the ones you are more then likely to call but you should always report exactly what you saw ,what time, and where the incident was taken part.