Must I pay a ticket for not answering the officer's racially motivated questions?
I was recently stopped, ostensibly for speeding on a state route. The officer, in the course of giving me a citation, questioned me about why I was in the area, where I was going, what business I had, and who I knew. I believe his real motivation was a racial profile stop. Do I have recourse after being cited an additional ticket because of my refusal to answer his questions?