Traffic Infractions – What To Do If You Are Pulled Over

Bite your tongue! Do not be Rude. Never admit anything! Call San Bernardino County Traffic Ticket Lawyer J. Brian Campbell…

The first rule when you are pulled over by an officer is to be cooperative and respectful.  Bite your tongue! Try not to act angry or be rude – you may simply add additional traffic infractions to the one the officer was intending to site you for. The law requires that you provide the officer your license, registration, and proof of insurance, so it is best to do so without becoming hostile.  Remember that the officer is simply doing his or her job and is much more likely to issue a ticket to somebody that is uncooperative or hostile.

The second rule is to never admit anything.  If the officer asks if you know why he or she pulled you over, always respond “no.”  When asked if you know how fast you were going, again respond “no.”  Beyond providing your identification, the less you say to an officer, the better off you will be.  Never agree to give a statement to the officer or let the officer search your vehicle without first speaking to a lawyer.  Remember that anything you say can and will be used against you by the prosecuting attorney if you choose to challenge your ticket, or even as the basis for a criminal charge.

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Needles, CA 92363
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Redlands, CA 92374
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