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There are many traffic violations that can serve as probable cause for a traffic stop. Some of the most common traffic violations that trigger a traffic stop and lead to a DWI arrest include: Speeding. Broken headlight or taillight. Leaving the scene of an accident. Driving with a suspended license. Driver talking on his or her cell phone.What is considered an unlawful traffic stop?
An unlawful police stop refers to when a police officer pulls a driver over without probable cause to do so. What is probable cause? Probable cause refers to indications that would lead a reasonably intelligent person to believe that an accused person has committed a crime.Can the police demand your SSN during a traffic stop?
No cop would ask you for your SSN. So report him to the local police Dept. Especially during a traffic stop. Under Federal law. To use your S.S. number for anything but tax purpose is illegal. But it is used for so many other things today that is a blue law near unenforceable. But it does give you the right to refuse.