DWI: Reasonable Suspicion

What does reasonable suspicion mean?  It means that in order to pull you over for a traffic stop, a police officer has to have reasonable suspicion to believe you are breaking some law.  Reasonable suspicion is easy to establish if a person runs a red light or is speeding, but can become more complex if the officer believes someone is drunk, but the person did not actually break any laws.

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