Do you have a license? If so, leave it in the belly band.
No need to show an insurance card in Georgia anymore. No need to show registration, either. Just your driver's license will do.jmorin said:IF my piece is in the glove compartment with my insurance card, I make sure to pull out my insurance before the LEO steps up to the car. You could startle the LEO if you pop open your glove compartment and he sees your gun.
Big deal. No points on the license until you hit 15 over, I think.Gunstar1 said:My sister got a ticket that way. She passed a cop who was doing the limit.
Well, then there was that lady who demanded a trial by jury for her speeding ticket and was sentenced to 12 months in jail and a $1000 fine.jrm said:This was a municipal court hearing on an traffic ticket. The judge had no business sentencing someone for a crime that had not been charged, let alone for which no conviction had been obtained.
Even so, during sentencing, the trial court stated that "it is incredible for anyone to get up on the stand and say that you have never sped." The trial court then sentenced Hamilton to serve two days in jail because the court believed that Hamilton lied during her testimony as to prior speeding. The trial court also sentenced Hamilton to 12 months on probation, a $1,000 fine plus court costs, and 80 hours of community service.jrm said:This was a municipal court hearing on an traffic ticket. The judge had no business sentencing someone for a crime that had not been charged, let alone for which no conviction had been obtained.
Nope. Breaking big rocks into little ones is fine, too.jrm said:. . . I don't get how a court can impose community service as a sentence. Doesn't that violate the 13th Amendment?