I was in a car this weekend and my friend was pulled over by the police. He had like two drinks at a party and that was it. When the police came up to the car he asked my friend a series of questions like do you know why you were pulled over? And have you had anything to drink tonight? My friend tried to go along and be polite so he answered the questions. His answers were "no" and "two drinks." Long story short he got taken in for OUI. My question is whether the law in Massachusetts requires people who are pulled over by the cops to answer questions? Thanks.
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