By lance - 10/04/2010 05:00 - Australia
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You can't write him a ticket. but you can arrest him. Citizens arrest. You can arrest anybody if you know he's done something wrong, doing something wrong, or is about to do something wrong. But only if you can prove it...Which you can't. It's your word against a police officers word; you're not gonna win...
only if their siren is on and they are on a call can a cop speed, run a light, or do illegal u-turns retard. There's a reason you aren't allowed to do u-turns there, because it's been deemed unsafe. Too bad these fat ass donut munching hypocrite pigs don't give a shit about the law or anyone's safety.
55 no need to be a douche about it, I didn't notice it was in Australia. When I got my speeding ticket I didn't get an amount on it.I received a letter from the court (not county my bad) saying the amount that was due. Maybe it was just me that I didn't receive the amount I would owe right away, but that's why I thought people didn't know how much they would pay until they got the letter
some turns are not legal for civilians, the are for emergency vehicals only. learn the rules of the road before getting mad
okay..if he pulled you over after a u-turn (lets say you turned west) then to have made the same u-turn he would have have to make 1 u-turn to go east then immediately do the u-turn you had done to go west again...meaning he went 360 degrees and you sat in your car watching him the entire time. thats odd.
Meet the power of the law-enforcers. They know you cant do shit about it, but actually they need to be punched in the face. Without badge they're nothing, it's a shame to the cops who do their work right.
It doesn't sound like the officer did anything wrong. Would you also expect an ambulance to get ticketed for running a red light? On many separated highways, there are gaps in the barriers just for the police to make u-turns. Like it or not, there are a different set of road rules for emergency vehicles (RMPs, ambulances, fire engines, etc.).