When driving down the road and you see blue lights behind you, you may immediately feel a sense of panic. Even if you do not believe that you have done anything wrong, you can still feel nervous about an encounter with police. This feeling affects many people, and in some cases, your anxiety may cause an officer to become more suspicious that you may have committed a violation.
If an officer begins to question you or even accuses you of a crime, your sense of panic may increase. However, trying to remain as calm as possible may work in your favor. You could also do well to remember that you have rights and that an officer must inform you of those rights as part of a Miranda Warning.