Typical a-hole trying to get out of ticket I deserve

Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by ride4fun562, Feb 5, 2014.

  1. ride4fun562

    ride4fun562 Been here awhile

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    He was obviously trollin....hard.
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  2. Kommando

    Kommando Long timer

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    It doesn't appear to be working. Ask the cop who was pulled in Ohio for doing 150-something on his bike if his being aware of a cop nearby was any kind of deterrent for him.

    No doubt, but EVERY time you see a cop driving or parking like a pinhead? Please. I was a CEVO instructor in Illinois. In that state, one is supposed to operate an emergency vehicle in a safe and responsible manner, regardless of responding to a call or not. RESPONSIBILITY. It starts with the people in power. Otherwise, it's just another form of tyranny.

    You ever seen a prosecutor press charges against themselves? Even the ones that KNOWINGLY withheld evidence that would clear somebody? KNOWINGLY sending an innocent person to DEATH ROW constitutes attempted murder.
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  3. Anonawesome

    Anonawesome Scenic Rider

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    My job here is done.

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    Have fun boys.
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  4. ride4fun562

    ride4fun562 Been here awhile

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    And they arn't even doing it right.... If I showed a judge this would he tell me to fuck myself? lol, sure they are on what looks like an abandoned road but are they not a threat to each other since wheelies are always out of control? They don't even have protective gear on.
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  5. buckthedog

    buckthedog Eastbound and down

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    Kommando. I have two words for you on your last post......... you're right. All the examples you gave are fairly accurate, have happened, do happen and will happen. When people we entrust with our laws, our safety, etc willfully and egregiously violate them...the hammer must fall, and hard. In a perfect world, I could call you nuts, and refute all of these scenarios. I wish I could. I cant. The only thing that I can say is that it is a small percentage we are discussing that break the public trust. Oftentimes, people placed in positions of power abuse this power. Human nature, I suppose. This ranges from the police officer driving 90mph to get home and is off duty in his squad car---I see this constantly (minor) to judges, city councilmembers, to senators, and world leaders (major) violating the rights of their own people for personal gain. Its sickening. Just like speeding fines are doubled in construction zones, penalties for these people should be doubled. I also think its been at least 3 posts since the word douche was used....its about due to be thrown out there again... and ride4fun....HAHAHA I WOULD bring that pic in, say that you wanted to emulate the CHP officers as their training is known to be some of the best (it really is from what I've heard/read) . That alone will get you out of your ticket. 99.765% guaranteed.
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  6. Kommando

    Kommando Long timer

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    I'm thinking that even the enforcers have been lied to and brainwashed by the higher-ups. Many of them probably even feel that they're doing the right thing.
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  7. ride4fun562

    ride4fun562 Been here awhile

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    Not sure if serious:huh and they should hire me for wheelie trainer because they look like they need help.:ricky

    And Kommando don't listen I think he's playing some kind of cop mind game trying to befriend us, most likely NSA.:hide
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  8. ride4fun562

    ride4fun562 Been here awhile

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    One thing I'd like to say before leaving the shitfest I created (where the fuck are the mods) is that I do appreciate the police and all the shit they deal with, they're cool guys 90% of the time. My neighbor is a cop, he loves to tell me about how they beat the shit out of gangbangers.

    I'm just gonna leave this here.
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  9. StoneAgeMan

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    15mph is ~22.5fps (I find that thinking in fps is typically pretty useful, 1.5 feet/second for every 1mph). I do believe that having a bike collide with a person at 22 feet per second can indeed kill them. It can also stop a car from moving and would trigger the air bag in that car (which would then cost $1500+ to replace!).

    Consider that Gramma may swerve or brake suddenly when she's startled by what she sees as a "wild horse out of control". She knows the bike can't steer without its front wheel on the ground, so she dives for safety when one "suddenly appears" (out of nowhere, usually). Then she hits somebody.:cry

    Now who's "at fault" there? Gramma for being startled and over-reacting? Or the squid that startled her?

    The philosophy I try and apply here is: "Don't be the rock in your brothers path".

    StoneAge rules Man
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  10. Thanantos

    Thanantos Ride hard.

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    This. Everytime one of these threads comes up the OP goes on and on about how many times they've been "screwed by the man!"

    I always want to ask OP if he's considered if he's just an asshole? That would be rude though.
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  11. crowe2815

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    All i know was that if i was the cop and i gave you a break by not hitting you with reckless driving or whatever road rule you broke and then you fought the lesser ticket i gave you id make sure i got you for something else ASAP.

    And going by the OP's posts it would not take very long to find him breaking the laws again.:rofl
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  12. kojack06

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    With the criminal in the White House and the US Department of Justice, its difficult for me to write any Class C ticket to a citizen anymore.


    The sign of the times in obamas amerika.
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  13. SgtDuster

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    Don't start me on this, you wouldn't like the answer...
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  14. O.C.F.RIDER

    O.C.F.RIDER Loose nut behind h/bars

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    Set yourself on a path of mental/physical relaxation...........
    but a KLR.
    No more wheelies, AND, you'll have a home for the milk crate.
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  15. buckthedog

    buckthedog Eastbound and down

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    Youre right, I find that with "they're all out to get ME" perception is usually a matter of attitude of the person. I am not applying this to the OP, but it usually turns out the person is an Ahole, and has some misguided sense of entitlement, that I can do whatever I want, the rules apply to everyone else but me. From a law enforcement standpoint, this is common. The mentality is "I'm superior to everyone else/my skills are superior so the rules apply to THEM, not me" , as well as few people seem to take responsibility for their actions anymore. Well, the pen is mightier than the sword. Meaning, this turns into a (or several) citations vs. just a warning. Great thread though! I've enjoyed it, and I hope the OP fares well.
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  16. O.C.F.RIDER

    O.C.F.RIDER Loose nut behind h/bars

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    That will get this kicked into the basement quick.
    Never speak ill of our Dear Leader.
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  17. ShaftEd

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    ride4fun, you sound like me about 30 years ago. I had a lot of ticket issues back then and all I was trying to do was have a bit of fun. I've mellowed out now (but not completely:evil) . Anyway, you may want to look at using a specialized traffic lawyer. There are some who are very reasonable and money back if they don't solve your problem. Just do a search for Traffic Lawyer in LA and check em out.

    I've had good results over the years here in San Diego. Of course nothing is for sure and YMMV. Good luck!
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  18. tick-tock

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    Fight it. The state made an accusation against you. it is up to them to prove it in court. If they can't, most likely because the witness (cop) doesn't show up, then you haven't been proven guilty and the case will be dropped.

    You can either spend your time doing this or hire a lawyer and pay for his time and expertise. Either way, its worth a try. Tickets live on your record for a LONG time.
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    Do this. Show up the first time and say you want a Lawyer then ask for as long a delay as you can get, you are poor and need to save up $. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:eek:ffice:eek:ffice" /><o:p></o:p>
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    Hire Attorney or just use your legal insurance one. S/He shows up asks for delay- and will get it.<o:p></o:p>
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    Admit nothing, let lawyer do all the talking - tell him to delay ALAP and demand to see any Video evidence (they have to let you see the evidence against you) <o:p></o:p>
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    Demand a jury trial, you can in places here, for even a traffic ticket but probably not in the People’s Republic of California.<o:p></o:p>
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    Don't plea to anything before the Jury has been picked and you are the court house door. <o:p></o:p>
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    Make it a pain in the ass to convict you, turn their bureaucracy against them. <o:p></o:p>
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    If everyone did this every time the Police wouldn’t be used as roving Tax Collectors for corrupt other people’s money grabbing politicians looking for cash to waste on the voters they depend on to get reelected.<o:p></o:p>




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  20. shovelstrokeed

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    He did you more of a solid than you know. Just show up in court and ask the clerk of the court to produce a speed zone map of the town (most have them on file) showing that particular area to be a speed limit of zero. Bang of gavel, case dismissed.