Our Cook County traffic attorneys have the skill and expertise to protect your driver's license and your liberty at cost-effective rates.
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Cook County traffic attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains your rights if you are pulled over for a traffic stop.
In this article, our Cook County traffic lawyers explain when the police may search your vehicle. The police may only search your vehicle if they have probable cause to believe a crime has been committed or if you give your consent. Our Cook County traffic attorneys recommend refusing consent in order to preserve your best possible defense. However, if the police attempt to search your vehicle even though you refuse consent, you should not resist them, as your traffic attorney will likely be able to have any evidence they find thrown out.
Cook County traffic lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains what to do if you are pulled over for a DUI in Cook County.
In this article, our Cook County traffic attorneys explain the rights of passengers in a traffic stop. Passengers are not legally responsible for the driver's violations of traffic laws. Passengers are free to leave at any time unless the police develop probable cause to believe they have committed a crime.
Cook County traffic lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains your rights if you are arrested in Cook County.
In this article, our Cook County traffic attorneys explain when the police may stop and frisk you in a traffic stop. The police have the right to ask you to step out of your vehicle, but they may not frisk you unless they have probable cause to believe you are carrying a weapon. You should refuse consent to any search, but not physically resist.