Here in Ohio we have a duty to inform the LEO if pulled over. The assumption is usually that you got pulled over for some infraction, real or perceived. Also, your auto reg. is tied to your CCW status. I can't remember the topic coming up if you are required to inform if you are pulled over at one of those dragnet/sobriety check points where everyone going through a particular intersection is stopped and "questioned". Does anyone know if you have a duty to inform in this situation being that you presumably did nothing wrong prior to getting pulled over? I am asking about what is legal, not necessarily what is "prudent" or polite. (For the sake of my question, I am assuming you are SOBER, and did not break any traffic laws prior to checkpoint.) Wanna kill these ads? We can help!