You are traveling the highway. All of a sudden sirens are screaming and lights are flashing. A trooper is directing you to pull over.
Or while walking down the sidewalk, you see a disturbance ahead. Before you know it a police officer is demanding identification.
You want to be a good citizen... but just what does that mean?
We ask a defense attorney and a police chief for their response to the question, "What do you do when a cop stops you?"
Scott Goodman, J.D. - Charlottesville-based criminal defense attorney.
Timothy J. Longo, Sr., J.D. - Chief, City of Charlottesville Police Department. Consultant and training session leader for constitutional literacy seminars at numerous police departments across the country.