was pulled over for speeding-he said he wrote it up as this violation so it would not be a moving..
infraction, but it has the speed on the ticket. Not trusting what the cop said. The 2 boexes for the posted speed and my speed ar filled in but the infraction only stated is "fail to obey STC" and the ord. code.
According to this more recent link, there is a fine associated, but I have yet to find any information indicating the statute was changed to declare the conduct of a motorist. Do some more research on the subject.
Yes, it makes sense that if the state is allowed to post a sign indicating the speed limit, and he exceeded the posted speed on that sign, he was speeding.
This isn't about common sense, it's about the law. And if they are going to charge him with violating the law, he needs to look up the exact wording of the statute he is accused of violating. As far as I'm able to see, the state has established a fine schedule based on this law, however this statute makes NO mention about motorists obeying those posted signs, it only grants the state commission authority to post relevant signs.
As far as which statutes will constitute a moving violation, that should be spelled out in a document published by the state. It's a black and white question...either the statute is listed in that document as a moving violation, or it's not.
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