I was driving down the road and I passed a police car facing the same way I was driving. He pulled me over shortly after I passed him and told me that my lights were blinding him and gave me a warning that reads: HID CONVERSION BRIGHT BLINDING UNABLE TO DIM 361.238 1A. The car does have a HID kit, but is it legal for him to pull me over only because he thinks the lights are too bright. I have been driving unstopped for a year. Second, both my windows were down but he told me to raise up my window to test for window tint. I politely informed him that I didn't consent to that search; however, the officer insisted that it was illegal to refuse so I raised the window. The windows was in violation, but would illegal stop and illegal search be any defense for window tint. If not, what would?
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