5 Things You Need to Know to Survive a Traffic Stop by the Police
Getting pulled over by the police is more than just annoying. When the police pull you over, you’re in the hot seat and at risk of an arrest.
We Wrote This Report to Help You Survive a Traffic Stop
Police don’t pull people over to hand out tickets. They pull people over to arrest them on other charges.
When a policeman walks up to your window and asks for your driver’s license, insurance and registration, he is looking for a reason to arrest you. He’s doing a visual search to find a reason to slap the handcuffs around your wrist.
The best way to avoid an arrest is to not get pulled over in the first place. If you do get stopped, we wrote this report to help you understand how to avoid getting arrested.
In this report, you’ll learn:
- How to avoid getting stopped by the police.
- What to do to survive a traffic stop without getting arrested.
- The risks of getting pulled over.
- How to find out what’s on your driving record that could get you in trouble.
If the police stopped you and arrested you, you need a lawyer. Don’t wait for the DA to file charges against you. Call us today to discuss the details of your case and start planning your defense.