If police pull you over, it's understandable that you might be nervous. You may feel guilty even if you know you haven't done anything wrong. You don't want to do anything that would arouse suspicion or make police think you have something to hide.
In the state of Florida, any person under the age of 18 is considered a juvenile. State law requires police to notify you if they have your child in custody. Whether they wait for you to arrive before they question your child is another matter.
If you have been arrested in the state of Florida, you may be concerned about how your criminal record will affect your future. Fortunately, you may have the opportunity to seal or expunge your record. Doing so may have a positive effect on your chances regarding employment, housing, loans, etc.