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Moral Dilemma: I was pulled over for speeding yesterday. The officer said that I was going 67 in a 35. He said he was going to cut me a break and wrote the ticket for going 44 in a 35 ($108). When I drove by the next day the speed limit on that road is actually 45. Should I...
I guess what I'm looking for is does getting off on a technicality make me a bad person or is that just how the game is played?
So what about the third option. What if I contact that officer and let him know that he was wrong about the speed limit. Maybe he can dismiss it or something outside of court so he doesn't look bad.....🙏
Ok so the consensus seems to be to pay it and here is the reason I probably will do that. My court date isn't until 3/19/19. I don't want to wait that long and with my luck they'll probably go change the speed limit sign a few days before court. 🤷‍♂️
But I might call him, cause I really want him to know that I know that he fucked up.
LOL, what is this??? A Florida Election?? 50/50? I demand a recount. 😂

UPDATE: I have decided to pay the fine and let it go. Then I am going to keep driving 45 on that section of road and if he pulls me over still thinking it’s 35 I’ll tell him:
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