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Ask a Cop: Submit Your Questions Here

Montgomery County Police spokesman answers questions submitted by Patch readers.

Ever wonder if you could pass a tractor on the left side if there are only two lanes or about the laws associated with wiretapping?

Patch sits down with Montgomery County Police Captain Paul Starks to get the answers.

This week, Patch wants to hear from you.

Submit your questions in the comments section below or to Tamika Smith at Tamika@Patch.com

MocoLoco October 24, 2012 at 02:26 PM
If I approach an intersection, and there is a school bus to my left, with its flashing red lights on, am I allowed to make a right turn (away from the bus)?
JenniferJay October 24, 2012 at 02:54 PM
I'd like to know why your officers are so unprofessional and abuse the authority they have, one in particular, LaPorte who instead of making people feel safer act like something out of a B cop movie. That be said maybe you should have higher standards and take complaints regarding officers misconduct more seriously.
Kevin Hicks October 24, 2012 at 07:05 PM
There were a number of "theft from vehicle" incidents in Wheaton Forest near Glen Haven in July. My credit card, stolen from my vehicle, was used to purchase metro tickets at the Wheaton Metro station the morning of the theft. Are there security cameras at the station that could be used to ID the suspects?
LaurenL October 24, 2012 at 07:32 PM
Can you talk about right-of-way intersection rules in terms of vehicles, pedestrians, and cyclists? Who has the right-of-way, for example, if a car is turning right on a red and a pedestrian is crossing on the same red? Should bikes be on sidewalks or in streets? Thanks for taking these questions!
Lisa November 02, 2012 at 03:33 PM
I would like to know the answers to some of these questions. Have these questions been answered??

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