posted on Jul, 29 2015 @ 08:41 PM
a reply to: Shamrock6
As much as the response pisses me off the judge is not out of line, but actually holding to SCOTUS rulings on the topic. Before lane violations were
enough to reach R/S to make a stop. Several cases resulted in appeals, resulting in Supreme Court involvement. Lane violations must be specific now
and must occur more than just a few times. By specific I mean we have to describe how far over the line the vehicle travelled and how many times it
This is to take into account peoples driving habits, their vehicle, road conditions, etc etc.
With that said his constituents should demand answers as to why he was drinking and driving and what he meant when he asked his wife to make the phone
calls for him. The other thing to look at is where this Representative was coming from / going to at the time it occurred. Most state reps have
certain immunity when coming from / going to official government sessions.