mississippi highway patrol on hwy 25:...
bill

Columbus, MS

#21 Feb 11, 2009
HaHa wrote:
All of you titty babies make me laugh. Suck it up and dont worry about what that State Trooper is doing.
yea thats right let them break the right on you must be one
bill

Columbus, MS

#22 Feb 11, 2009
HaHa wrote:
All of you titty babies make me laugh. Suck it up and dont worry about what that State Trooper is doing.
oh you must be one of them
dwb

Monroeville, AL

#23 Feb 25, 2009
I think the mhp does an awsome job. Thanks guys! Does anyone know if there is going to be a patrol school this year. Im wanting to get in so bad.

If anyone knows please email me at [email protected]
HaHa

Brookhaven, MS

#24 Mar 7, 2009
bill wrote:
<quoted text>oh you must be one of them
You are absolutely right. Get a life you!

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59miss

Port Jervis, NY

#25 Mar 22, 2009
i was pulled over on mississippi highway 59 by a cop who just wanted to check me out and could find no other way of doing so than issuing a courtesy ticket as an excuse, citing me for driving unsafely when after following me for miles i let a truck enter the highway ahead of me by doing nothing but slowing down via taking my foot off the gas pedal, never braking just gradually slowing as a courtesy to allow a truck driver to enter the highway knowing how much harder it is for truckers out there. the cop claimed he had to suddenly swerve to avoid hitting me which was a lie. not only that but when the truck came out the left lane was blocked with traffic so i couldnt have moved over right away anyway. the cop after pulling me over said they got a lot of people coming through carrying all kinds of things, weapons and drugs. im over fifty years old with a two year old son and was carrying nothing illegal on my way to a literary festival in new orleans. one things for sure ill avoid that route from now on and courtesy tickets may be useful at times but in my case they were used in an abusive manner.
six

AOL

#26 May 10, 2009
wife wrote:
For everyone that is crying about the highway patrol drive on the highways you can do the same for the very small price of 20 weeks of hell.
areent you the lady that u pay once the ticket has been given lol
Move over law Phil Ms

Philadelphia, MS

#27 May 19, 2009
I am 47 years old female. Never had a ticket, never hit another car, wear my seatbelt, go the speed limit by using speed control, have insurance, dont talk on my cell while driving. I am a careful driver. I just got on hwy 16 and saw a trooper car with his flashing light, thought it was a road block, I slowed down to 25mph and moved closer to the middle lane. My mariner is a small SUV, the trooper was far enough from the road and me moved closer to the middle lane, he was not in any danger. Shortly after, the trooper stopped me and told me I was suppose to go over on the other side of the lane. I had no idea this was the law. The trooper was more in danger when he pulled me over because he was closer to the road,while he was checking my license, cars were not moving over and I pointed that to him in my rear view mirror. When he was standing beside my car, oncoming cars were NOT moving to the other side. I strongly believe, they are targeting anyone who goes over 1 mile or not moving over FOR REVENUE...I believe it's their way of stealing legally by not making citizens aware of this through ADs, Commercials etc. Instead of going after speeders, druggies etc., they want to focus on law obeying citizens. The troopers feel good about it, because they know the judge will be on their side. On TV, I see clips of troopers closer to the road and the car trying to move over and gets hit from the other car. I believe the troopers are causing the accidents by being to close to the road. To solve this problem, make the side lanes wider. This move over law is not known to many people........Troopers can sit on the road all day with their flashers on,,,,,collecting revenue!!
Move over law Phil Ms

Philadelphia, MS

#28 May 19, 2009
MHP C30 wrote:
That's right, 20 weeks of pain for a lifetime of pride! I'm a Mississippi State Trooper and I can tell you a lot of times the reason we don't run lights and siren is because of driver's that freak out and don't know what to do when they see an emergency vehicle. More times than a few, drivers simply stop in the middle of the road when they see those blue lights coming. If you don't believe me, ride with a Trooper, you'll see! It's a lot easier getting where you have to go without running your lights if you can help it.
Windows are blacked out because law enforcement vehicles are exempt from the tint law. It also provides us with a little bit of cover in case we are targeted by some individual that might want to cause us harm. Believe it or not, we have to wear a bullet proof vest to work everyday, because their are people out there would love to kill one of us. So while you guys are sitting back in your office chairs, complaining about how Troopers drive or that you got stopped and ticketed for driving fast, we'll be out there keeping YOUR highways safe from drunks, reckless drivers and drug runners. So feel free to criticize us as much as you want, we will still be out there, day in and day out, serving the public. By the way, I work Hwy 25, maybe I'll see you out there one day.
It was your choice to become a State Trooper so you dont have my sympathy. Serving the public...yeah right!!

As a Trooper,,,,,,You should be taught how to communicate properly without angering citizens and how to act professionally because I dont think a trooper should be saying the quote, you made on here.

Your QUOTE
"By the way, I work Hwy 25, maybe I'll see you out there one day".

This is a scare tactic and nobody is scarced of troopers, we have no reason to be. We expect you to do your job, but also be professional about it.

I use to respect the troopers, but after I received a move over ticket for an unknown law....it's very upseting to pay $200. One day you troopers will go to far and get fired, it happens everyday......no tears for u here.
Move over law Phil Ms

Philadelphia, MS

#29 May 19, 2009
be polite wrote:
Have been stopped before for going a few miles over. I think it all depends on your attitude with the officer. Some will give you a break if you don't cop an attitude with them. They are just doing there job which I don't think I would do. Too dangerous now a days.
I was polite up till he handed me the move over ticket.
Virtute Et Armis

Brookhaven, MS

#30 May 24, 2009
Move over law Phil Ms wrote:
I am 47 years old female. Never had a ticket, never hit another car, wear my seatbelt, go the speed limit by using speed control, have insurance, dont talk on my cell while driving. I am a careful driver.
Very happy you are a careful driver, but because of this do you think you should be given a break if you accidently slip up?
Move over law Phil Ms wrote:
I just got on hwy 16 and saw a trooper car with his flashing light, thought it was a road block, I slowed down to 25mph and moved closer to the middle lane.
Why would you have moved to the middle if you thought it was a road block instead of stopping?
Move over law Phil Ms wrote:
he was not in any danger.
That would be up to the Trooper on the side of the road, not you.
Move over law Phil Ms wrote:
I had no idea this was the law.
I bet you do now.
Move over law Phil Ms wrote:
The trooper was more in danger when he pulled me over
Troopers are in "more" danger anytime they have a car stopped.
Move over law Phil Ms wrote:
I strongly believe, they are targeting anyone who goes over 1 mile or not moving over FOR REVENUE...
That sounds like a statement made by someone who does not want to admit they were in the wrong. Troopers have nothing to gain from doing that. Troopers dont see a dime of that revenue.
Move over law Phil Ms wrote:
I believe it's their way of stealing legally
This is a ridiculous statement.
Move over law Phil Ms wrote:
Instead of going after speeders, druggies etc., they want to focus on law obeying citizens.
Again, sounds like a statement made by someone who got busted and didnt like having to own up to it. Troopers do not target law obeying citizens. There is no reason for it.
Move over law Phil Ms wrote:
The troopers feel good about it, because they know the judge will be on their side.
Judges are on Troopers sides because Troopers are good at what they do. FYi, Troopers feel good about making the highways of Mississippi safe and getting drunks off the road.
Move over law Phil Ms wrote:
On TV, I see clips of troopers closer to the road and the car trying to move over and gets hit from the other car. I believe the troopers are causing the accidents by being to close to the road.
Dont believe everything you see on tv. And the clips you see are not people moving to avoid the officer, its people hitting the officer from NOT moving.
Move over law Phil Ms wrote:
To solve this problem, make the side lanes wider.
How nice this would be.
Move over law Phil Ms wrote:
This move over law is not known to many people
Again, I bet you do now.
Move over law Phil Ms wrote:
Troopers can sit on the road all day with their flashers on,,,,,collecting revenue!!
And this makes no sense because.....Troopers dont see a dime of that revenue.
Virtute Et Armis

Brookhaven, MS

#31 May 24, 2009
Move over law Phil Ms wrote:
<quoted text>
This is a scare tactic and nobody is scarced of troopers, we have no reason to be. We expect you to do your job, but also be professional about it.
I use to respect the troopers, but after I received a move over ticket for an unknown law....it's very upseting to pay $200. One day you troopers will go to far and get fired, it happens everyday......no tears for u here.
At anytime was the Trooper that stopped you for the move over law disrespectful to you? You say you use to respect Troopers, but then you got a ticket for an unknown law and it was upsetting to pay a $200 fine. Then you go as far to say something about being fired, please do tell, was the Trooper that stopped you disrespectful?
casey

Philadelphia, MS

#32 Jun 9, 2009
Virtute Et Armis wrote:
<quoted text>
At anytime was the Trooper that stopped you for the move over law disrespectful to you? You say you use to respect Troopers, but then you got a ticket for an unknown law and it was upsetting to pay a $200 fine. Then you go as far to say something about being fired, please do tell, was the Trooper that stopped you disrespectful?
The trooper was disrespectful and I am not psychic. If laws are created, the citizens should be informed......if you can not understand what I am writing then dont respond. If I had known about the "move over law" to begin with, then I agree with you, I got busted, but it's not the case. I wonder what else I will get busted for because of new laws created and not informing the public.
casey

Philadelphia, MS

#33 Jun 9, 2009
State gets revenue through tickets. How do you think the troopers get paid? Glad to hear they cut down on troopers......I will continue to follow the law and now that I know about his new law I will follow the law as I have done for 47 years. I believe this trooper should have given me a break, like they do others, instead of smiling at me while handing me the ticket. The cost is $390. Virtute Et Armis......if you're concerned about this ticket....why dont you pay the $390.....You probably are a trooper, trooper's family.....I pray you get a ticket that cost move than $390, lets see how you like that!! Not worried, what goes around comes around....Karma is a you know what.
casey

Philadelphia, MS

#34 Jun 9, 2009
Troopers are people like everyone else.......some have killed their wives, some fired, some arrested for disobeying the law. Look now, discrimination against black troopers for promotions, see Clarion Ledger. I dont wish harm to anyone, but Virtute ET Armis you're going over board. You can argue what I wrote, who the hell cares! It's my experience, my opinion and my thoughts. You need to learn to respect others opinion, thoughts and feelings. I think you need to see a shrink!! What I wrote......STANDSSSSSSSS!!
casey

Philadelphia, MS

#35 Jun 9, 2009
For those who are reading this, please inform your friends, family and others about the "move over law". I have told people through word of mouth, emails, and flyers so this will not happen to them and cost $390 or more. Many are not aware of this law. If the they care so much about the law enforcement safety, it should be advertised on TV more. I see "click it or ticket it" ads, but not the "move over law".
casey

Philadelphia, MS

#36 Jun 9, 2009
Tickets are a billion dollar business for the state, city and insurance companies. It's more about revenue than safety! Go to articles and read for yourself about this issue.
Virtute Et Armis

Brookhaven, MS

#37 Jun 13, 2009
casey wrote:
I pray you get a ticket that cost move than $390, lets see how you like that!! Not worried, what goes around comes around....Karma is a you know what.
Your prayers are not needed. What comes around came around. Good day.
mhp roadman

Brandon, MS

#38 Jun 18, 2009
Motorist wrote:
I forgot to mention the ticket was given on Thanksgiving Morning while I was traveling out of town to visit my family whom I hadn't seen for at least half a year. That's the part that is most frustrating to me. I mean really!
o yeah like no one can be killed on thanksgivibg morning, you put your personal feelings aside and dont make escuses
bystander

United States

#40 Jul 4, 2009
I travel on hwy 25 just about everyday. About 8:30 in the morning there is 2 mhp that are heading toward jackson from carthage doing about 100 mph. Is there a call at the same time every morning. I don't think so they have a badge and they can get away with it. Yes they are above the law. You can't sue them because they are protected by the sovereignty of the state.
TWO WORDS

Brookhaven, MS

#41 Jul 4, 2009
Titty Babies

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