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In this video, Iowa traffic attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains your rights during Iowa traffic stops.
In this article, our Iowa traffic attorneys explain the circumstances that police are allowed to pull you over for in a traffic stop. We also discuss the rights you have when it comes to consenting for your vehicle to be searched, the rights of your passengers and also what happens when you refuse a search of your vehicle. It's important to know your rights and that of your passengers to ensure your rights are protected.
In this video, Iowa traffic attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses what your rights are as a passenger is you are pulled over in Iowa.
During a traffic stop, passengers typically have the same rights as the driver, which include
If you are the passenger in a vehicle, our Iowa traffic attorneys explain what rights you specifically have and what the police are allowed to search.
In this video, Iowa traffic attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the Iowa criminal process.
Understanding the criminal process is important to know your rights you have if you're arrested. Even when arrested, you have inalienable rights such as the right to remain silent to prevent self incrimination, the right to an immediate bond hearing, the right to an attorney and the right to know the evidence against you. In this article our Iowa traffic attorneys explain all the rights afforded to you.