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originally posted by: sine.nomine
originally posted by: hopenotfeariswhatweneed
a reply to: sine.nomine
Yeah it seems the people are far too apathetic, makes me suspicious the water has been spiked with something.
I know what you mean. That's why this slow burn of erasing history is scary. If the memory of what the US stands for is gone, they can get away with anything. It's a takeover. Don't mistake that for some grassroots racism BS movement.
originally posted by: CharlesT
refuse it and see if they arrest you for refusing. challenge it.
Police Begin Fingerprinting on Traffic Stops If you’re ticketed by Green Bay [,WI] police, you’ll get more than a fine. You’ll get fingerprinted, too. It’s a new way police are cracking down on crime. If you’re caught speeding or playing your music too loud, or other crimes for which you might receive a citation, Green Bay police officers will ask for your drivers license and your finger. You’ll be fingerprinted right there on the spot. The fingerprint appears right next to the amount of the fine. Police say it’s meant to protect you — in case the person they’re citing isn’t who they claim to be. But not everyone is sold on that explanation.
originally posted by: 772STi
a reply to: riiver
Be careful about that riiver. What they do is when your ticket/fines go to collection they mark you d6? I believe. But basically they suspended your license and that is how the messed up cycle of our system starts. And they do give out jail time for driving on suspendeds even if it's your only crime.
Fun fact, in most places your 3rd driving on a suspended or DUI in 10 years is a felony. Even if it's a driving on a suspended WITHOUT knowledge it still counts against you. That means some people actually get prison time for that. Crazy right?
Ugh we need a new system.
originally posted by: norhoc
a reply to: 772STi
Good catch, judging by the pic he posted it is criminal, with a case number 18TE-CR00111. I would be willing to bet the CR before the 00111 means criminal, so as I said originally, the citation you were issued was technically an arrest and essentially a release on your own recogniscence type deal, where you agreed to show up to court and face the charge of driving without a license.