Arizona: What are your rights when you get pulled over in a traffic stop?

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    What are your rights when you get pulled over in a traffic stop?

    Thousands of Americans are pulled over in traffic stops each day, according to police data. Experts point to racial disparities and officers' use of force, in Maricopa County and nationally, as reasons for reform. In 2018, U.S. Department of Justice surveyed police agencies about contact with the public in the prior 12 months. The most common reason for a member of the public to come in contact with the police is a traffic stop. According to its December 2020 report, about 61.5 million residents, 16 and older, had at least one contact with police. Police pull over nearly 50,000 drivers ...


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