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Q. WHAT IF I AM THE DRIVER OF A VEHICLE WHICH HAS BEEN PULLED OVER BY THE POLICE AND THE POLICE OFFICER IS ASKING FOR MY INFORMATION?

A. Police may ask for your name, driver’s license, vehicle registration, and proof of insurance. You must provide these documents if you have them. You do not have to answer any other questions or show any other documents. If the police begin questioning you about where you are coming from or where you are going or any other similar types of questions, you may ask them if you are free to go, and if you are free to go, let them know politely that you are leaving. If you are not free to go, you may tell them you would like to remain silent and specifically request an attorney.