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Quiz `2 - Cops & the Courts



1. Traffic police have favorite locations where they can issue tickets with minimal efforts.

TRUE.

FALSE.



2. Once pulled over, you should always turn off your engine and place your hands where the approaching officer can view them.

TRUE.

FALSE.



3. Being polite to the officer will help improve your chances of just getting a warning.

TRUE.

FALSE.



4. Since the officer did not read you your rights, anything you say can NOT be admitted as evidence in court.

TRUE.

FALSE.



5. Over one-half of all drivers who contest their traffic citation are found either not guilty, given a reduced fine or the citation is dismissed.

TRUE.

FALSE.



6. With the exception of special circumstances, you typically waive all your rights and options when you plead 'guilty.'

TRUE.

FALSE.



7. Approximately 1 in 50 drivers cited actually contest their traffic ticket in court.

TRUE.

FALSE.



8. The most optimal time to visit the court clerk to plead "not guilty" is on a Monday morning.

TRUE.

FALSE.



9. When contesting a traffic citation, you typically do NOT have the right to collect any evidence from the police department.

TRUE.

FALSE.



10. In most circumstances, if the officer who cited you does not show up for court trial, your case is dismissed.

TRUE.

FALSE.





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