By ashleyyyy - United States
Today, I was pulled over for going the wrong way on a closed highway. The construction signs pointed me in that direction, and the cop agreed that they should be fixed. Did it stop him from giving me a ticket anyway? Nope. FML
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  ShroomsOnAcid  |  16

Nah, he was just making it seem to his boss and the public like he's doing something useful. It's unfortunate that a lot of cops ticket and arrest people for nothing just so they can pretend they're worth more than a pile of goat shit. How will it help society to ticket a person for something that isn't even their own fault? How will it help the person avoid similar situations in the future? Oh wait, it won't. Look at the bright side, OP. At least it'll help the cop meet his quota.


It's hit and miss with traffic cops. My dad having been one, he'll tell you that there are some dicks who think it's a competition: man with the most tickets wins.

But they're not all like that. Don't make generalizations, people.

  Stonedmanalex  |  0

80- You obiously have no understanding on the effects of weed, Do alot more research on what you talk about. You seem like a cool dude and Im not trying to be rude, but whenever you bring up weed you sound ignorant as if you had no knowledge of it and only listen to what the media says.

By  Egnar  |  19

Minor inconvenience - Does it suck? yes. But don't sweat the ticket. Chances are the cop is on your side but was trying to fill a quota knowing full well that once it gets taken to court you'll end up having the ticket dropped.

Just mail in a Not Guilty Plea and go to court - It'll cost you a few hours of time but you won't have to worry about the $100+ ticket fee and $50+ court fees once its dropped. Either the DA will drop the charges right there when you talk to him or the judge will once they hear from you and the officer. But, make sure when you talk to the DA that you give them your side of the story and the officers verbal agreement.