Q: Can I legally demand a passenger to get out of my car no matter where we are
Most jurisdictions wouldn't really have a universal, statutory answer to this. It would depend on the surroundings, the hour of the day, the dynamic between the people, whether the occupant was posing a threat to life and limb, the reasonableness of the demand given the circumstances, and other factors. If done with malice, depravity, or a requisite state of mind, a criminal attorney could possibly expand for you how it could even give rise to criminal liability. But again, it all depends on the setting and context of everything. Good luck
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