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What Do you Say to a cop that has pulled you over for speeding when you ask you questions?
Do you deny that you were speeding, or try to be nice with the cop?
I always feel that honesty is the best policy. If you were speeding, be polite, apologize and take the ticket. It's not the officer's fault that you were breaking the law.
If a police officer pull you over, do not disclose any information than what is required. Any additional information can be held against you and this is advisement from a lawyer.
Best thing to do, well what has worked for me is just to be breif, dont Volunteer info... Left the officer tell you what he has seen you doing... I just act polite, be nice and dont sat anything that will get you any deeper than you are now...
Coming from a law enforcement family, the best thing to do is be polite. Cops deal with jerks (putting mildly) everyday so they do appreciate those that just deal with getting popped for speeding and are polite. Kindness does pay off. Radar nowadays are pretty accurate so denying it is rather silly.
If they ask, "Do you know how fast you were going?" then answer, [whatever the speed limit is] + 5.
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