does a wright county MN deputy have the right to run license plates at random when it involves himself breaking basic traffic violations to obtain the license plate number. I, the defendant, was stopped (no driving violation possible here) southbound in a left turn lane, with my signal on, my seat belt on, basically doing everything correctly. (except driving after revocation, and no insurance). the deputy, westbound, was turning right (northbound) and crossed over to the far left lane, toward the side of my car, to get a closer look at my license plate number (I saw him do this). Does he have probable cause to run my plates because I was driving a rusty old car?