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How To Interact With the Police When You're Pulled Over or Stopped on the Street

You're Being Pulled Over and You're Not Sure if the Person Pulling you Over is Actually a Real Police Officer: What to do When You're Not Sure

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Ok so now you’ve confirmed that the person who just pulled you over is in fact a real police officer. What do you do next?

Stay tuned for the next article and if we may be of assistance to you and your legal needs, feel free to contact the Law Offices of Luigi Vigliotti, P.C., at 516-385-2940, 631-861-0000 or online at www.vigliottilaw.com. We handle all types of criminal matters on Long Island (both in Nassau & Suffolk Counties) as well as New York City, we handle DWI, DUI and all vehicle and traffic matters as well. We have convenient office locations in Garden City, Smithtown, Riverhead and the Hamptons. Come visit our new office in Southampton.

And remember that this article is not intended as legal advice. If you are seeking legal advice, you may contact my office and I will speak to you directly about your particular legal situation.

And remember that this article is not intended as legal advice. If you are seeking legal advice, you may contact my office and I will speak to you directly about your particular legal situation.

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