Can you get pulled over for playing your music too loudly? And once you do, what information about you should the police have access to?
Get the facts about People v. Tolentino, in which a New York City man was pulled over for playing his music too loudly and subsequently convicted for driving with a suspended license.
Tolentino and his lawyers argue officers had no grounds to pull him over in the first place, and that his DMV records should have been suppressed since the pullover was unlawful.
Weigh in on the case and think about it next time your neighbor’s kid rolls up to the house at midnight with Rebecca Black blasting.