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Wheaton traffic violations defense attorneyHearing sirens and seeing flashing blue and red lights behind you is never a good feeling, especially if you are unsure why you are being pulled over. Some people panic when this happens, while others become extremely anxious and nervous. No matter the reason you are being pulled over, your behavior and actions during the traffic stop can influence the outcome of the stop. There are certain things that you should and should not do when you are pulled over by police. Here are a few tips to follow if you are pulled over by a police officer in Illinois:

  • As soon as you notice police are trying to pull you over, immediately slow down and look for a safe place to stop. If there are no immediate places to safely pull over, put your hazard lights on while you look.

  • Once you have safely pulled over, roll your windows down and keep your hands in plain view, such as in your lap or on the steering wheel. Do not reach for anything unless the officer has asked you to do so.

  • Do not get out of your vehicle unless the officer has asked you to. If you try to exit your vehicle without permission, the officer may perceive that as a threat.

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DuPage County criminal defense attorneyViolent crimes are serious charges that come with significant legal consequences. Many violent crimes can easily escalate to felony charges, which can mean expensive fines and lengthy periods of jail time. Sometimes, actions that led to assault or battery charges may have been taken to defend yourself against another person. The state of Illinois recognizes that you have the right to protect yourself, your property, or other people if there is a threat present. In certain situations, you have the right to perform an act of force that would otherwise be an illegal act if it was not done in self-defense. If you have been charged with a violent crime such as assault or battery, and you believe you acted in self-defense, you should seek immediate assistance from a criminal defense attorney.

Defending Yourself or Others

Illinois law allows you to use force against another person if you reasonably believe that the use of such force is necessary to defend yourself or another against a person’s imminent use of unlawful force. However, there are lines that you cannot cross if you plan on using self-defense as a legitimate explanation. To have a believable self-defense argument, you have to prove that:

  • A person used unlawful force to threaten you or another person;

  • The force you used was necessary to protect yourself or another person; and

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