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By  shellzy  |  20

Now this might be a radical idea, but bear with me.

Update your address, and more importantly, stop violating hands-free laws. You self-centered jackass.

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By  shellzy  |  20

Now this might be a radical idea, but bear with me.

Update your address, and more importantly, stop violating hands-free laws. You self-centered jackass.

By  davidfong  |  14

Unless there is a emergency (ex someone’s dying in your car) spend the $20 and by a Bluetooth device so if you get a call you can talk.
As for you address on your license unless you away for school it should be updated, but sense you have gotten pulled over twice and I pretty sure you will again just tell the officer that you have work/school and can’t make it until your next day off which is_____.

By  kimdaa  |  8

Well, have you begun the process of updating your address? The court (yes, you'll have to go to court) will likely dismiss the address issue once they know that you've contacted DMV...the handsfree issue? You're gonna pay for that one.

By  Mungolikecandy  |  18

As others have said. A little thing which can stop this. Do not break the hands-free laws repeatedly (that will stop the reason for being pulled over) and update your address. Do both these things which are both actions you can take and problem solved. Essentially this is FML I keep doing things which get me pulled over.

By  chyiochan  |  28

"I've done something illegal twice now and I've still not updated my address which i'm legally obligated to do PRIOR to/during my move. And now I've been caught! Fuck the police!"

Worst part is you can update your address ONLINE, and they send you a sticker with the update for your licence.

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  TxKitten79  |  9

In my state you have 90 days from the days from your move date. But yes, the OP is clearly a dumbass for not taking care of it sooner... unless he/she is within that 90 day period (or applicable time period for their state).

By  thehaystackerine  |  16

Perhaps you would like some legal advice:
STOP BREAKING THE LAW ASS HOLE!