I have broken the law by driving a vehicle that registration was expired,was driving it to get it registered. this was not a smart move but I needed to register it and had no other way to get there that week.
I got a speeding ticket. I was driving the speed the officer clocked on radar, but that particular street changes speeds three or four times in about a four to five mile route--straight line. I just have to pay more attention.
by Jack Lee 6 months ago
This is on of those things that boggles the mind.Why would elected officials, who swear under oath to defend our Constitution,Do this in clear violation of that document.Only US citizens are allowed to vote in our elections!!!
by Desertarmor 6 years ago
There is a new Texting while driving law in the works, Do you think that is the Text Sender's responsibilty if the receiver is a driver and gets into a wreck? The new law that is being proposed is that the text message sender can be liable (Ability to be sued) if the text message receiver is...
by Denise Handlon 5 years ago
Have you ever gotten a speeding ticket?If yes, what were you driving, how fast were you going, what was the posted speed, and did you get out of it?
by rob_allen 12 months ago
Any recommendations where to buy domain?
by anndavis25 6 years ago
Do you think the police should chase a person that has broken the law at high speeds on the streets?Sometimes these chases causes accidents that take innocent lives. Shouldn't there be a system of communication to pin point a run-away criminal?
by nursingmania 2 years ago
Why most married men hates their Mother in Law?
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