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post #1 of 9 Old 06-09-2010, 07:16 PM Thread Starter
 
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Lawyer Recommendation in Worcester County

Healthy speeding ticket on the way to Ocean City. Anyone have any experience with a good lawyer there
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post #2 of 9 Old 06-09-2010, 08:23 PM
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I don't speed..... sorry......

Current: 85' GTS QV
It's a simple process...... it's just complicated by human beings....
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I don't speed..... sorry......
Me either, never.
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...was the officer atleast impressed by the once in his lifetime opportunity?
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Sorry to hear that, Alan. Were you in the Fcar?

Sorry, I can't help you with the lawyer...

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Scopes,

Sorry to hear that, just curious - what car were you driving and were you using any "countermeasures"?

I hope this turns out well for you, sounds like it's worth going to court to fight.
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I know this sounds lame but wasn't me, very careful on 50/404. My son got the ticket. Radar I suspect, no detector. Doesn't matter how many times you tell teenagers things like don't speed on 50 there's tons of cops, they have to learn the hard way
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To his "defense" in a modern F-car, if you even look at the gas pedal funny the car cruises at 80mph. It definately takes a concious effort to monitor the speedo and keep it down IMO. Hopefully he just gets a friendly reminder that it'll become a problem if turned into a habit and they don't really hassle him.
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To his "defense" in a modern F-car, if you even look at the gas pedal funny the car cruises at 80mph. It definately takes a concious effort to monitor the speedo and keep it down IMO. Hopefully he just gets a friendly reminder that it'll become a problem if turned into a habit and they don't really hassle him.

Hopefully from your mouth to g-ds ears

Appreciate the kind thought
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