1. We are all expected to drive within the limits of the law. And when you drive 800 miles a week and not get cited, you aren't doing us any favors. It only and simply means that you are saving yourself some time, money and hassle, still you get zero credits because of it, and you don't get a break on willful wanton and complete disregard for the law whenever you choose.
I mostly would agree, but wrong. I asked for leniency and received it. But hey, I also knew the ADA
2. I'm not going to sit here explaining to you the reasoning why public offenses carry penalties, or how they equally apply to everyone. The simple fact that you are claiming you don't see the benefit behind being penalized, is more reason why you SHOULD be penalized. Obviously the lesson behind these mistakes you made has not sunk in yet. In the least and if you do get your license suspended, you might think twice about how miserable it was to get penalized and so it might the next time you will think twice about “speeding multiple times” like you did last summer. '
I never said anything about not wanting to be penalized, just how irrational it would be to take away a persons license who has clearly shown they are capable of driving under the law and respectfully. I will not be getting a suspension, but thank you for your lecture. "Mature" people who completely cross personal boundaries and make judgments over a few short paragraphs is inane to me.
3. I don't know why it took a year for these cases to get to this stage, but that has zero effect on the potential penalty you are likely to get. The fact that it took so long and in the slight chance that you agonized over what the penalties might be makes whatever penalty a bit harsher to deal with but still, your dues have got to be paid.
*JEOPARDY THEME MUSIC
4. Your claim that you are a good driver is completely shot down by the simple fact that you admit to making such rash and irresponsible decisions. He next time you feel the need for speed, get yourself on a track -I'm sure you have private tracks in your area- and knock yourself out. Don't do it on public highways where you are likely to hurt others and damage their property.
Eliminating that option is called a fallacy, lol. Speeding != Bad Driver. The nerve of people....
Eliminate the first sentence and I agree.
5. Whether you dig $1, $1,000 or $10,000, all of it came about because of your own actions; therefore you have no one to blame but YOURSELF.
You were 19 years old. If you claim to be an adult who is worthy of a driver's license, you are also an adult who should act in a responsible manner and take responsibility for your own actions.
I am? Speeding. I confess.
You offer that you “couldn't care less” driving the way you did AND vbiolarting the law... That really shows how immature and irresponsible you were back then...
Your acting so non-nonchalant, pretending that accumulating 4 citations in a matter of weeks is not a big deal, that you don't see the point behind the penalty is indicative of the same level of immaturity, if not worse.
So what benefit could be gained by suspending your license? How about teaching you a lesson about responsibility, and about how actions have consequences, and about how when you claim entitlement to the privileges of an adult man, you take on the responsibilities that come along.
I have a bit more psychosocial cognitive development then that. This board has done nothing to help me in regards to traffic court, just defend personal attacks. I know you can't get over the fact I violated a statute. "f*!k this guy what a stupid jerkoff arrogant young adult. Kid needs a whippin' or something dang things need to be like they are back in the day."
Cool. PM me if you wana talk on the phone if your so confident in your opinion.
And we are not on trial here for 4 violations, you are, so whether we are a danger to the road compared to you or not, that is not the issue. the issue is you were caught and you are still in denial.
I'm not in denial?
...But it sure does make you look like a fool to make such claims about somebody.
1. Having the necessary ability, knowledge, or skill to do something successfully.
2. (of a person) Efficient and capable.
To be a "competent" driver, and since being in compliance of the rules of the road is a legal requirement, it means NOT getting cited. Well, soon enough, your driving record will be tarnished with several violations; and when it comes to competent, you FAILED!
How many accidents: 0.
How many accidents I will ever have: 0
(arrogant to say, but hey, I'm 20. Im supposed to be doing that stuff aren't I? )
I am a good driver. I guess speed traps make you a bad person, I'm screwed then!
This place OWES A WHOLE LOT OF NOTHING TO YOU!
You want someone to do something for you, hire an attorney. But you were already told that!
But here you go.. here is some help understanding the following:
Your first ticket was reduced, simply because IT IS YOUR FIRST TICKET. There was NOTHING on your record.... YET. And hence the $50. As for court costs, those are usually assessed when you go to trial, you didn't go to trial so that is no great feat!
Problem for you, its down hill from here on!
Being FULL OF SHIT is even worse!
Im a pretty down to earth person believe it or not. Too much for you... I already know for a fact.
What would you know about "rational"? (Besides how to spell it?) Not much...
And the resolution to your problem is you being penalized which is up to the discretion of the prosecuting attorney. While it maybe true that the final decision is up to you, you have zero control over what you get offered.
I think I am done here....