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Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Ticket: Many people, including famous people, get charged with reckless driving. In May of 2013, Rapper Chief Keef was stopped for driving around 110 miles per hour in a 55 mile per hour zone. Chief Keef was rolling down Winnetka Road in Northfield, Illinois in his 2011 BMW X6 M automobile. Chief Keef was also charged with having too many passengers due to being under the age of eighteen years.
Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Ticket: Chief Keef was wise in that he did not argue his case on the roadside. Police officers conducting traffic stops are very cognizant of the danger to themselves. Sudden or aggressive movements may be interpreted as attempting to bring a weapon to bear on the officer. On the video the Officers are very careful to secure Chief Keef. The Officers also question Chief Keef about drugs or guns. Many people think that they are required to give information against themselves. That is not correct. The United States Constitution guarantees people the right not to be forced to self incriminate and not be forced to make statements without a lawyer present. It is, however, up to the individual to protect his or her rights.
Instead of answering the Officer’s questions which are all intended to build a criminal case against you, I suggest that you politely tell the Officer, “I want a Lawyer. If I am not under arrest please let me go.” If the Officer does not acknowledge your request and continues to question you, you should politely tell him, “I want a Lawyer. If I am not under arrest please let me go.” You should continue that response until the conversation ends.