Proposed change in speeding law likely won't affect enforcement
Getting a speeding ticket based on radar is bad enough. But what about one based on a police officer's observations? A recently publicized development in state law means police officers need no more than a trained eye to issue a speeding ticket.
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#1 Jul 9, 2010
I'd still fight it.
#2 Jul 9, 2010
Hells bells ... just don't speed and you don't have to worry about it. Why all the hype when being within the law is all that matters. Slow down, go the speed limit or below and stop with the drama of it all. geezzzzzzz
#3 Jul 9, 2010
That's all they had for decades before radar was invented.
Not a big deal. You really don't think that our police men and women would take advantage of us to meet their quota and make money for the government?
Say it isn't so.
#4 Jul 9, 2010
The only new speed law they need to be making is raising the speed limit. 65 MPH on an interstate is way too slow! And while they're at they need to make a law making it illegal for idiots to drive slow in the left lane!!!
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