Remain calm, be polite. Police won't usually break down the door of your home unless they believe you have a weapon or they think you might be hiding and refusing to answer the door. If a police offi
You don't have to speak with the police. Ever. Although the police must advise you of your "right to remain silent" when you are in custody and the police are asking you questions which might lead to
Don't get out of your vehicle unless asked to do so. The primary concern of most police officers is their own safety and yours. A motorist who exits his vehicle - particularly at night or on a busy r
Locate Your "Notice of Suspension" The notice of suspension is a sheet of paper that usually doubles as your "temporary driving permit." It should be marked, "DIC-25", in the upper right-hand corner.