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Arrested at a Denver Traffic Stop? Get Bailed Out Fast!

Get out of jail fast after a Denver traffic stop arrest.We’ve all felt the panic that rises in our chest when we see the flashing blue lights in our rearview mirror. Even if you’ve done nothing wrong, being pulled over for a traffic stop is unnerving and stressful. Because of this reaction, many people end up getting arrested even if they’ve done nothing wrong originally. This is because they stress out and make mistakes. It is helpful to know your rights when it comes to traffic stops. If you have a loved one who has been arrested after a misunderstanding during a traffic stop, contact an experienced bail bondsman at All Day All Night Bail Bonds to get them out of jail as quickly as possible using Logan County bail bonds.

 

Be Safe Pulling Over

 

When you see the flashing lights in your rearview mirror, don’t panic. Stay safe by pulling over in a protected area. Keep your hands on the steering wheel, roll down your window half-way and wait to retrieve your insurance and driver’s license when the officer asks you.

 

Don’t Consent to Searches

 

In order for the police to search your car, they must have probable cause to search. In other words, they must have more than a hunch or a desire to search – they must observe something real that gives them probable cause they will find illegal activity or products in the car (such as seeing marijuana in a state where it isn’t legal). If a police officer begins searching your car and you believe they don’t have the right, tell them you don’t consent, but don’t interfere.

 

Remain Silent

 

It’s important to remember that the police are watching and listening to you closely during a traffic stop. Exercise your right to remain silent during or after an arrest. Even if you feel you are being arrested unjustly, it is important to not fight the arrest. Your time to fight the charges will come later, in the courtroom. Remaining silent isn’t an admission of guilt.

 

Clarify What’s Happening

 

If a traffic stop gets more serious, and you aren’t sure if you are under arrest or not, ask the officer if you are “free to go?” The police must have a valid reason to hold you. If you are arrested without a reason, you will be able to fight the charges in court. The important thing is to remain silent.

 

Arrested Unlawfully? Get Bailed Out, and Fight the Charges

 

Illegal arrests and searches take places across the country. If you were arrested unlawfully, it is important that you get out of jail quickly and begin fighting the charges against you. It’s important to understand your rights. We hope this blog has helped inform you. If you need help getting a loved one out of jail, don’t hesitate to contact one of our helpful bail agents. We are here to help you get out of jail fast!

Disclaimer: This does not constitute legal advice. Please consult a lawyer for any legal advice, and to ensure its authenticity.