getting out of a ticket

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Postby Gia the Punk Rock Chef on Thu Aug 24, 2006 12:53 am

DevilBunny wrote:Okay I'm brand new and all but, this is unfortunatly a thing I know a bit about! Well what can I say once you drive a mod street drag racer, you decide you are a racecar driver and it gets in your blood.However, I am an extreamely safe driver, I've only had one accident and it was a drunk chick who hit me while doing 55 in to me while I was at a dead stop at a red light. Creating a 5 car accident chain reaction.....But anywho..I just tend to drive a little on the fast side..

This is my ultimate I realy in deeeeep trouble trick. I was doing 100 in a 65,(on the interstate) pritty much a BIG speeding violation. And I got pulled over I knew I was in MAJOR trouble...The Highway patrol man pulls me over walks up to the car and asks me if I was aware of how fast I was going. Out of sheer desperation I looked at him and out of my mouth blurted "I know I was speeding , but I have really bad diarrea and I don't want to go in my pants!" And then I looked at him sympatheticaly and looked realy uncomfortable....Sure enough worked like a charm..the guy lets me go! No ticket! I haveused it a cuple of times since and shure enough it works..I just try ot to abuse it so word gets around there is this chick who drives crazy fast and says she has diarrea..Is it humiliating? Yes. Is it low? Yes. But in realy desperate situations.....I guess the cops get so embaresed about the whole thing they just don't want to deal with talking about it or disscussing it, so they just decide to let me go scared I'm going to poop my pants in front of them....

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Postby Iamtheanswer on Wed Jun 20, 2007 7:26 pm

A couple years ago,my husband and his friend got pulled over in Pittsburgh for drunk/wreckless driving(his friend was driving). Well, the cop put his friend in cuffs and in the back of the squad car and he started yelling that he had to take a shit. The cop just ignored him and continued questioning my boy. After about five minutes of this, all went quiet in the squad car. Then they heard "I did it!! I did it!!" Well, this fool had somehow gotten his pants down and taken a dump all over the back of the car! So sickened was this cop that he let him out the back and told them both to get lost! Moral of the story....if you get arrested, just take a shit in the squad car! :-D
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Postby amandapanda on Mon Jun 25, 2007 11:57 pm

if you make something obvious, you'll get in more trouble trying to get out of it
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Postby amandapanda on Mon Jun 25, 2007 11:58 pm

haha i just read the post before my first one. hahaaha
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Re: getting out of a ticket

Postby QueenBam on Fri Jul 20, 2007 7:52 pm

honestly, i just kept saying i really, REEEEEALLY had to pee!
i was let off twice by that one. the first time it wasn't for speeding, just for flipping off an undercover cop [while stoned :oops: ] and the 2nd time i didn't really notice it but i ran a stop sign and was going like 8 over the limit

the barf bag idea is good though :)
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Re: getting out of a ticket

Postby emilyriot on Sat Jul 21, 2007 9:50 pm

Cops are jerks. I got a parking ticket with 7 minutes until parking was free.
A big giant WTF for that.
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Re: getting out of a ticket

Postby LenoreNevermore on Sun Jul 22, 2007 12:58 pm

Dang...what a dick!
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Re: getting out of a ticket

Postby Buddenstocks on Sun Jul 22, 2007 7:04 pm

I've never been pulled over for speeding before but I tend to run into cops when I'm at a park near my house a lot (when the park is closed).
They could give me a ticket or something for tresspassing but I find it nice to just be honest about what I'm doing (my parents have 2 older kids - we don't have a swingset and the park does) or I mention that I work with cops and share a few names. More than likely they let me off because I come across as innocent and hell, if I'm friends with cops (I'm only 17 and work with them, they think I'm a riot) then I must be a good kid, ya know.
I can also tell you that cops HATE the paperwork which is why they're more prone to giving you a warning. It also helps if it's the beginning of the month because around here they have monthly quotas and so they all get bitchy at the end of the month trying to give you a ticket - this is when it helps if you know somebody.
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Re: getting out of a ticket

Postby yo_lloro_por_el_futuro on Fri Jul 27, 2007 9:50 am

I fucking hate quota-time.

The only good experience I've had with cops was when me and some friends from work stopped by a friends house and about two minutes later the cops showed up for a noise violation and proceeded to let themselves into the house and request to talk the the owner of the house. On their way out I realized that I actually knew the one cop's son from way back and ended up having a conversation with him about what his son was doing now, right in front of everybody that he'd just bitched at. It was amusing, to say the least. I got some pretty funny looks from that one.
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Re: getting out of a ticket

Postby Auxiliary Hilary on Fri Sep 07, 2007 3:10 am

A good way to avoid getting pulled over in the first place is to GET A RADAR DETECTOR! My whole family has one in all of our cars. They're legal in most states, but they're faulty, they pick up a lot of interference from automatic doors, and I think that some police departments have radar that they can't pick up.

I agree with the above. My dad's a retired cop from a large city, and he tells me that the most important thing is that you're polite, even if they are being jackasses. Be the better person even if they are really pissing you off. Because it doesn't help your case at all if they percieve you as being rude to them. Some cops are just douche bags but most of them are just doing their job. For instance, cops from small towns with low crime rates get a lot of pressure from tax payers to actually do something (I'm not saying that they don't do anything, there's just a lot less for them to focus on). So they spend a lot of their day hiding around the town and looking for speeders. If you're going a ridiculous speed over the limit, it's pretty much standard for them to issue you a ticket and disregard excuses. And it's true that most people speed at least a little, but cops don't take that as an excuse. So saying you're keeping up with traffic isn't usually going to work. If you're caught, you're the example.
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Re: getting out of a ticket

Postby Runyerpockets77 on Fri Sep 07, 2007 3:31 am

Geez, I've gotten 3 tickets and gotten out of nothin with the police.

I got one going 75 in a 45 trying to pass this guy and right over the hill I was passin on was a State Trooper. That was $350 out the window (after the discount...). Then I got pulled over once for going 55 in a 35 but the guy knocked it down to 39 in a 45 ( I think he was new cos he seemed so twitchy and scared. It was kinda funny cos I was in a really good mood and that wasn't gonna stop it and he came up and I was like "HOWDY!", haha). And the final one was 45 in a 35. Cop hidden in a neighborhood on the side of the road. (That was a bad night. I went to pay for a car & my boy forgot the money then we were goin back to his house to get it when I got pulled over and when we got to his house we realized his dog ate the cash...)

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Re: getting out of a ticket

Postby Delilah on Fri Sep 07, 2007 3:00 pm

Being cooperative and throwing in a few pink lies wont hurt. My friends and I were coming home from a party once, i was passenger and she (Karla) was driving. Vero was falling asleep in the back seat. We were a bit over the limit, we told him we were coming back from a funeral [sicnce we were completely sober] and he said "Im so sorry Hun" and told us to drive home safely. And since Vero was falling asleep I suppose he though she was sad or something. It was pretty neat since neither of us had the cash to pay for a ticket at the time.
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Re: getting out of a ticket

Postby kellieperson on Tue Oct 16, 2007 9:39 pm

i got my first 3 tickets all at once..
the lady was such a bitch.

first of all i did not run the red light. it just turned yellow after i crossed the line.
then it's was my ex's car so i had no idea where the registration and insurance was. I asked the cop what it looked like and she said "a piece of paper that says insurance" really? no way!!

i told her that i hadnt been driving very long and the car was new to me but she didnt care :( ended up being about $400... plus i forgot to set a court date in time so it went up to $600 + they suspended my license. :evil:

last week me and my guy got into a little crasheroo though.
He sideswiped some contracters leaving a gas station.
The other driver was being a real asshole to Los.
The trooper came and i guess some months back my bf lost his wallet so he didnt have a license with him... the trooper tried to look it up but for some reason it didnt come up in the system...
the guy was nice enough to escort us to my bf's house around the corner so that he could show him his passport. He issued him a ticket but said to take it to court and he wouldnt show up.
Los is fuckin lucky... :)
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Re: getting out of a ticket

Postby SafteyPinned&Sick999 on Tue Oct 16, 2007 10:40 pm

So...

what if you get pulled over for speeding, they ask you what you got pulled over for, and you say "I wasn't wearing a seatbelt"?

Two tickets?
Is honesty ALWAYS the best policy?
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Re: getting out of a ticket

Postby triciasonfire on Tue Oct 16, 2007 10:55 pm

SafteyPinned&Sick999 wrote:So...

what if you get pulled over for speeding, they ask you what you got pulled over for, and you say "I wasn't wearing a seatbelt"?

Two tickets?
Is honesty ALWAYS the best policy?


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