Absolutely. KeVin Toronto Most people I know realize police can hide around anything or even be in a parking lot and it's their duty to catch speeders. Sorry to say I hope the police officers laid a good ticket on you because it's guys like you that think you own the road and end up killing someone. Nice try!
Yes they can
no, unless of emergency
Yes. Another police officer can charge them for speeding.
Your tires would definitely have to rotate if you are speeding !
Yes, you can.
For a speeding ticket issued by a Police Officer, Yes! For an alleged speed camera violation, No!
If a police officer records someone speeding, it doesn't matter what the nature of the property they take the reading from is. If they record you speeding while they're in a driveway, they can act on it. As for using a private residence, it's something which requires the consent of the property owner - they can't just occupy someone's driveway to set up a speed trap while ignoring the rights of the property owner, and it's often a discouraged practice, although California tends to have their own way of doing things.
Speeding is a dangerous thing, that is why it is illegal. Speeding with kids in the car can be considered child endangerment. It is a stretch, but it could be legally done.
Only if you are speeding over the posted limits.
An accountable property officer's bond is a bond executed by an individual who is charged with the responsibility of protecting and maintaining Government property, or keeping records for such property.
People can go to jail for speeding. Some people might just rip the ticket up or yell at the police officer.
The police officer does not set the fine. The fine is based on state law. That is determined by your speed and where you were speeding. In a school zone, and construction zone, the fine is more.
if a property is owned by a corporation where there is a sole officer, is it vested if there is a mortgage on that property?
Yes. No - its a jerky thing to do, but you should not be speeding if there arent any cops around - so they CAN ticket you if you were speeding when you didnt see them.
no you won't if they say you won't.
"I didn't realize how fast I was going."
property book officer
There are a few possibilities or ways of getting out of a speeding ticket. One way is flirting with the officer. Another is to ask for a warning. Lastly, one can go to court and if the officer doesn't show, the case will be dismissed.
if someone received a speeding ticket in the state of Utah and then went to pay it but the clerk said it had not yet been filed by the officer, then what is the statute of limitations for the officer to file the ticket? i think it should be less than one week.Mactord
A Governor General is the Chief Executive Officer of a Commonwealth Realm. Canada has a Governor General. Toronto is a city in Canada. The Governor General of Canada is David Lloyd Johnston.The Chief Executive Officer of the City of Toronto is the Mayor of Toronto, currently Rob Ford.
The cast of Speeding Ticket - 2008 includes: Rick Gifford as Officer Steinhauer Leyna Weber as Mandy
property book officer, publication officer, commanding officer
YES! Basically a police officer in the province of Ontario has 30 days to issue you a regular Provincial Offences Act ticket. As long as he can identify the driver, he would note the license plate and go to the address that the plate is registered to and serve that person with the ticket.
He flashes his card to the police officer.