A Raleigh video about what motorists should expect when stopped says you should answer all questions from an officer. But the state's driver's license handbook points out you are not legally required to answer questions after identifying yourself. Raleigh Police Department
A Raleigh video about what motorists should expect when stopped says you should answer all questions from an officer. But the state's driver's license handbook points out you are not legally required to answer questions after identifying yourself. Raleigh Police Department

DMV’s new traffic stop guidelines may violate constitutional rights, says ACLU

January 10, 2018 02:53 PM