A man gets pulled over for speeding. The officer goes into his spiel about why he stopped him and he needs to see the guy's license and insurance. The officer is professional. The guy refuses to hand over his license and argues. After a few minutes of arguing and the guy refusing to hand over his license and insurance (which he doesn't have) it's time for the hands on approach. The officer reaches in and the guy tries to pull back. He comes out of the car, while it's still in gear. The car lurches forward while the officer is wrestling with the guy who manages to break free and jump back in the car. The car gets stopped and back out he comes resisting arrest. He finally gets placed in cuffs. When he realizes he's going to jail he begs for forgiveness but really doesn't explain why he resisted to start with.
A friend of mine is a Constable. She's at a red light when the car next to her gets tired of waiting and goes through the light. So naturally she stops him. He also refuses to hand over his license initially. He tells her she is just a Constable and has no authority to stop someone (yet this idiot did stop for her). She is a very patient person, not like me. At this point, had I been her I'd have gotten him out of the car and arrested him. So, he calls 911 to ask if a Constable can legally stop him. I imagine that call taker was highly annoyed they he/she told him yes. The guy then hands over his license and argues the whole time he's getting two tickets. Now, she did handle it okay, her patience won out. Had that been me, "oh hell no!!!"