Stopped by law-enforcement officers, did they have probable cause?A law-enforcement officer must have probable cause, before making a traffic stop on your vehicle.
Probable cause means that the law-enforcement officer must have facts that he can articulate in court, that you have violated some law.
Generally these facts about whether or not you are in violation of law are obvious.
An obvious violation of the traffic law, would be that you did not stop your vehicle completely at a stop sign, or you running a red light.
Another obvious violation is that you may be driving over the speed limit.
Other obvious violations may be, that your headlight, taillight, or license tag light may not be working properly.
If, you have received a traffic ticket for speeding or other related issues, including DUI, you may call the Alpharetta Georgia traffic and DUI defense attorney Scott Miller for a free consultation.
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