Author Topic: Technically, I'm guilty. But is it wrong?  (Read 1862 times)

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Offline SantaCruzRider

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Re: Technically, I'm guilty. But is it wrong?
« Reply #25 on: August 04, 2017, 06:55:29 pm »
I've done this before a few times. It was always a slow-motion pass where I had visibility ahead, but I'm sure ticket-worthy. Good for you for successfully making your case.
Dan Breeden
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Offline GKreamer

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Re: Technically, I'm guilty. But is it wrong?
« Reply #26 on: August 06, 2017, 08:11:41 pm »
Congrats!!  Glad things worked out for you, occasionally they do listen and show common sense!
Last time I went to traffic court was because I was ticketed in the "Express Lane" in northern VA.  My E-ZPass was set on carpool but I was by myself in my truck.  My wife used it last and I forgot to check.  When the judge asked my plea I told him that the E-ZPass was set for carpool and why and he said, "now you know how it works- don't let it happen again!". Then he dismissed the charge and I didn't even have to pay court costs.

And yes- I check that E-ZPass EVERY time I use it!