I got a call from a friend of mine, when I called him up to tell him that I hadn’t been able to contact him for quite a while. I told him I was working on a project, and I had been working on it for the last few weeks. He told me that his daughter had called him to tell him that she had been arrested and that he was in jail.
I hope that my friend wasnt joking. I mean, come on.
If you’re like me, when you’re in the middle of something, you just don’t have the energy to go to someone’s house and call up and start yelling at them for giving you a bad time. But, in my case, I’ve had some pretty serious setbacks lately, and I’d rather not get into a fight with my wife because I’m going down.
Well, that sounds like a pretty serious setback to me, so maybe he didnt get to call and apologize. If that is the case, then he has some serious issues to deal with. One of those issues is the fact that he could have his house arrested for criminal trespass. In the state of California, if you are caught breaking into a dwelling without permission, you face up to three years in jail.
Of course, if he has to face a felony charge, then I have to believe the house arrest is permanent. It seems that this is not the first time that Colt was in trouble with the law. In the past he was charged with possession of methamphetamine, but his conviction was overturned by the court on the grounds that he had no prior record. His previous charges, however, were all misdemeanors, and he did not face jail time.
The criminal justice system is a strange place where the fact that something is a misdemeanor, or even a felony, doesn’t matter. In this case, it’s the fact that the conviction was overturned because of the lack of a prior record that is actually important. Without a history of convictions, a judge can’t determine if a person is a threat to society. If you have a history of arrests, it’s very difficult to be cleared of charges by the police.
Not only is this a great example of how our legal system can be broken by a simple misdemeanor, but also our social system is broken by the fact that we have a huge disparity between how much people spend on speeding fines and how much they spend on speeding violations. In a recent survey by the Pew Charitable Trusts, it was found that in 2012 the federal government spent about $2.6 billion on speeding tickets.
Well that’s it folks. No more speed cameras. No more fines. No more fines. No more fines. No more fines.
How can I change the government policy of not speeding up or slowing down the enforcement of speeding-related laws? It’s a simple matter that I don’t want to have to fight the government’s way to speeding my way through our laws and laws that I’m not a part of. If a law doesn’t make it easier to do so, it’s going to be broken.
I’m sure we’ll see some new laws in the near future that will have a direct impact on speeding. You’ll see a whole new set of laws, more stringent, and maybe less common enforcement. These new laws and enforcement measures are going to make driving more dangerous for everyone. And that’s a good thing, I’m sure.