The 'cop repellent" invention could actually get drivers into even more trouble
A Illinois state's State's Attorney, Joe Birkett, has said
It is an outright lie to tell people that they have a right to refuse an order of a police officer during a traffic stop to get out of his vehicle. That is false.
Local ordinances may apply here, but in general you can refuse the officer's order to leave your car. Just say "no." Once you open you car door, the police may decide to search your car.
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