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got arrested for the first time tonight
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 3960495:MV8yMTU2MzcwXzM2NDQ2MjYwX0QxQjRFRUY=] [quote:Anonymous Coward 5291183:MV8yMTU2MzcwXzM2NDQ0NzMxX0FCQTk4MDVD] That is how the police department makes money these days. Just wait until they have to keep the (private)prisons at 95% occupancy legally. [/quote] Exactly, as we all feel the economic stress, we all look to find extra income. The police do this by creating criminals and therefore fine money revenue. My friend got pulled over last night for driving in the passing lane. Not speeding, but driving in the left lane when no other cars were around. Me thinks the police are really getting scummier and scummier by the minute. [/quote]
So stupid i always disliked the law and now i dislike it far more. I was driving to my gf's house (literally two miles away in distance). Turned right from a one lane road to a two lane road, my turn after is like maybe 300 feet away so i skipped the first lane. I do this all the time and see lots of people do it. Bam pulled over. I get nervous when i get pulled over so my hands were shaking a little cop thought i was under the influence of something gave me a sobriety test. I Failed somehow and he searched my car finding my weed stash which had less than 3 grams.
I get arrested because of that and possible dui. I passed the doctors test at the jail but still got slammed with two tickets. one for the traffic violation 300$. the other for possesion of weed 1000$. My car got towed so all in all i owe 1500$. wtf?
I dont sell (never did) , i dont steal, dont do anything i would consider bad especially in the eyes of the law. Why must good people get in trouble for something so small and have to pay big? I mean if i sold drugs i would understand but no.. What you guys think?
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