- Jan 25, 2010
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- Lacombe, La
My guess is that Georgia has a law where speeding 15-20 over the limit turns into reckless driving. Indiana does something like that.Meh. I didn't think he did anything wrong. He has a permit. Seem cools. If this actually occur a while back, I don't know why that have to come out now. I really hate the media for stirring up crap. For the record, if he didn't do anything or possessed anything illegal, why arrest him? Just for speeding? I am glad this didn't turn bad. I hope they dismiss the charge.
Yes, though I'll add TMZ doesn't let ethics get in the way of a story. They engage in "checkbook journalism" and routinely pay people for leads, photos, etc. Remember the Tiger Woods fiasco with the black SUV? There's no way in hell that any self-respecting law enforcement agency freely gives away wreck photos without someone somehow getting paid on the slick to leak them. Same for the Ray Rice video. There is no way in hell a casino lets that footage out the door without someone somewhere up along the line being paid on the slick to do so.Freedom of Information Act public records request.
Well I guess if that is the law, then it is what it is. I support law and enforcement first and foremost. I usually see police just issue a citation or tickets for traffic violation. Now I know different states have different laws regarding that.My guess is that Georgia has a law where speeding 15-20 over the limit turns into reckless driving. Indiana does something like that.