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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 5 August 2009 02:34 / United States
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I'm pretty sure you can definately appeal against that. People with mental disabilities can get the cards and you cannot physically look at them to see if they're disabled.

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I wouldn't "kill her" 64, but I'd contest it, because it's not up to the officer to decide whether or not the driver is disabled. It may be a pain in the ass, but he WOULD get out of the ticket.

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hey lol um I like have no clue how to check my inbox on here if u were to reply back. so u should just add me on Myspace or somethin. if u have a Myspace just search JT Tassey. =]

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Exactly #62 This isn't too bad cos you don't actually have to pay this. If you have the disabled placard then the policeman is well outwith their rights to give you a ticket, despite whatever stupid lie they come up with to cover their corrupted backs.

I'm pretty sure you can definately appeal against that. People with mental disabilities can get the cards and you cannot physically look at them to see if they're disabled.

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What he is trying to say that people with certain mental disabilities can apply for and receive handicapped permits. However, if you looked at one of these people, you probably wouldn't be able to tell that they are in any way disabled. Just how you wouldn't be able to tell that the op is disabled just by looking at him.

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This site is fine for all ages and I fail to see the problem. It's not like this is some Disney site where the OP is seeking out children. Stop being a snarky bitch.

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To anyone that says fight it in court... the cop will still win in the end. Most (if not all) police departments pay overtime for the officer to show up in court. So either way they win. oh and its usually 4 hrs of overtime regardless of how long they are actually in court

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