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Old 10-02-2012, 09:28 AM   #1
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Pulled over again by the same cop - Ticket for obstructing windshield, STEVE!

So a few months back I was getting some gas, notice a bike cop (local PD) had a woman pulled over in the gas station. I drive a loud car, so I'm pretty sure this is going to be a hassle when I leave. Of course, officer pulls me over as soon as I leave the station. I am respectful as I usually am with most police officers until they cross a line. This guy, exceeded that. He ticketed me for everything under the sun and told me the reason he pulled me over was my sunglasses were too big. Well.... alright, fine. Told him I was dragging his ass to court and would have everything thrown out.

Fast forward a few months, I drag his ass to court with evidence and all sorts of stuff to get it thrown out. Turns out the moron forgot his paperwork, had 6 cases thrown out and was laid into by the judge.

This morning.

The SAME FUC!IN COP pulls me over. I immediately notice its the same guy so I'm a little hesitant, but still respectful, maybe he changed his ways. Nope. The as*shole decides today hes going to ticket me for everything again (front license plate, clear corners, too low, modified exhaust (all the same sh!t)) and this time the icing on the cake is I have a sticker in my windshield obstructing my view!



Guess its back to court. Think this guy might be targeting my car at this point, any recourse I can take against this officer?
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:36 AM   #2
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just because you got off on the grounds that the officer wasn't prepared doesn't mean your car still violates your state's vehicle code. he can ticket you every day for the same for the same violations.
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just because you got off on the grounds that the officer wasn't prepared doesn't mean your car still violates your state's vehicle code. he can ticket you every day for the same for the same violations.
The problem isn't that. Last time half the charges were dismissed because I had them inspected at the trooper station and they were all legal. The officer in question doesn't know/understand the citations he is ticketing me for. The other half were silly things like not having registration, license with wrong address, which you really should just be warned for, but of course he gives me a ticket. Whatever, I'm fine with that, fixed it and had it dismissed with proof.
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:47 AM   #5
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Now that's an idea! Here in hillbilly land most cops don't much care or I'd be screwed on the exaust aspect.

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The problem isn't that. Last time half the charges were dismissed because I had them inspected at the trooper station and they were all legal. The office in question doesn't know/understand the citations he is ticketing me for. The other half were silly things like not having registration, license with wrong address, which you really should just be warned for, but of course he gives me a ticket. Whatever, I'm fine with that, fixed it and had it dismissed with proof.
don't worry , he's always swinging on cops' nuts no matter what they do. fact is half the cops out there don't know the laws they are issuing tickets for and the other half doesn't know what their job is altogether.
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You can file a restraining order if this happens a few more times. A friend in Scripps Ranch(San Diego) did this against a cop, as the cop kept pulling him over and ended up issuing him 15 tickets on 15 different occasions, but this only happened twice for you so I'm sure that would be a final recourse if it happened many more times.
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talk with your local police department. it won't help you if you get ticketed each time and have to go through the same thing each time. they don't want to waste time either going to court and having things dismissed that are allowed. as much as many people hate the police, most departments actually want to help the citizens in their city, so talking constructively with them can actually be very beneficial.
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If what you say is true, the officer has now given you solid grounds for filing an official oppression/unlawful detainment, criminal lawsuit against him and his department, professionally and also against him personally, civilly.

If he now knows (proven instruction by court) that your actions/vehicle are within the vehicle code, he is unlawfully acting towards you under the color of law.
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So a few months back I was getting some gas, notice a bike cop (local PD) had a woman pulled over in the gas station. I drive a loud car, so I'm pretty sure this is going to be a hassle when I leave. Of course, officer pulls me over as soon as I leave the station. I am respectful as I usually am with most police officers until they cross a line. This guy, exceeded that. He ticketed me for everything under the sun and told me the reason he pulled me over was my sunglasses were too big. Well.... alright, fine. Told him I was dragging his ass to court and would have everything thrown out.

Fast forward a few months, I drag his ass to court with evidence and all sorts of stuff to get it thrown out. Turns out the moron forgot his paperwork, had 6 cases thrown out and was laid into by the judge.

This morning.

The SAME FUC!IN COP pulls me over. I immediately notice its the same guy so I'm a little hesitant, but still respectful, maybe he changed his ways. Nope. The as*shole decides today hes going to ticket me for everything again (front license plate, clear corners, too low, modified exhaust (all the same sh!t)) and this time the icing on the cake is I have a sticker in my windshield obstructing my view!



Guess its back to court. Think this guy might be targeting my car at this point, any recourse I can take against this officer?
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The problem isn't that. Last time half the charges were dismissed because I had them inspected at the trooper station and they were all legal. The officer in question doesn't know/understand the citations he is ticketing me for. The other half were silly things like not having registration, license with wrong address, which you really should just be warned for, but of course he gives me a ticket. Whatever, I'm fine with that, fixed it and had it dismissed with proof.
so you got some things dismissed, but the judge upheld some of the violations the first time you went to court.

fast forward to today- what violations did "stick" and have you since corrected them?
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this is like, what happens in Glendale California.

Good luck OP, its too bad you can't clear all the fix it stuff over at a CHP office over a lunch break and have to waste your time in court.
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It's annoying. No doubt about it.
As long as you're respectful, courteous and not breaking any laws... let the cop do his thing, he'll get tired of it soon enough. Who's to say it's not on a quota for the month?

Have a "Thank you and have a nice day" card, just in case he stops you a third time.

Here's a mental attitude > Look at it this way, least you have a police officer watching your back. (Just think if you really needed a cop... and one's where to be found.)
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There is no evidence of a complaining party, and there are constitutional loopholes based on this idea.

Check out Marc Stevens on the internets, and you can learn for free, how to politely, and respectfully get out of these type of tickets in the courtroom.

My girfriends father is a friend of Marc and, he has helped people beat tickets using Marc's methods.
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There is no evidence of a complaining party, and there are constitutional loopholes based on this idea.

Check out Marc Stevens on the internets, and you can learn for free, how to politely, and respectfully get out of these type of tickets in the courtroom.

My girfriends father is a friend of Marc and, he has helped people beat tickets using Marc's methods.
victimless crimes, right?

It's a defense that can work, but tough against MVC
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The problem isn't that. Last time half the charges were dismissed because I had them inspected at the trooper station and they were all legal. The officer in question doesn't know/understand the citations he is ticketing me for. The other half were silly things like not having registration, license with wrong address, which you really should just be warned for, but of course he gives me a ticket. Whatever, I'm fine with that, fixed it and had it dismissed with proof.
I understand that you may be pissed because you got pulled over by the same leo. But come on man you have no registration? I forgot to look at what state you're located in but honestly most states require a windshield sticker. It appears to me that you have no sticker what so ever on your car.

If your state requires a front plate and you don't have a front plate. Are you honestly questioning why you're getting pulled over?

You openly admit your car is a cop magnet. No front plate, loud exhaust, No registration, and a banner. The only thing you're missing is front tint

The only reason I say all this is because I'm in the same spot you are.
My car currently has a loud exhaust I have tint on all 6 windows of the car. 15% all around and 55% on the front. I have smoked corners as well. My car defiantly turns heads when I drive by local leo's. When they pull me over I'm respectful also, as you stated you are as well. However I can't complain when the leo is just busting my balls lol. I hate it, but I can't get mad because at the end of the day I'm violating local laws.

I think if you had a current registration and fixed the issue with your license the leo wouldn't have busted your stones about the banner and front plate. Clear corners is a new one though.

In my state they are allowed to be clear or amber colored and blink white or amber. Most corners are DOT certified as well.

Good luck to you. I would just recommend that you straighten some of the "Silly" things out and I think you will have a more peaceful driving experience
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complaining party is the state of california. how simple is that?
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talk with your local police department. it won't help you if you get ticketed each time and have to go through the same thing each time. they don't want to waste time either going to court and having things dismissed that are allowed. as much as many people hate the police, most departments actually want to help the citizens in their city, so talking constructively with them can actually be very beneficial.
I think I might, this is getting a little ridiculous. He has a bad attitude, is sarcastic, and just constantly rolled his eyes at me as well. Poor example of a police officer to say the least.

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I don't think it has gone quite that far yet. It's annoying sure, but I don't want to waste court's time on a whim. If I see him doing something that justifies this kind of action, I will absolutely pursue it though.

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so you got some things dismissed, but the judge upheld some of the violations the first time you went to court.

fast forward to today- what violations did "stick" and have you since corrected them?
Nothing actually "stuck". All the other charges were either dropped or dismissed after I corrected them. The one charge of the sunglasses I took before a judge and that was when it was thrown out because he was not prepared.

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I understand that you may be pissed because you got pulled over by the same leo. But come on man you have no registration? I forgot to look at what state you're located in but honestly most states require a windshield sticker. It appears to me that you have no sticker what so ever on your car.
Huh? My car is registered, it was the last time as well. Just the DMV hadn't mailed my new stickers yet so the sticker was out of date by a month. CA does not require a windshield sticker, just stickers on the tags. It was corrected since the last traffic stop.

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If your state requires a front plate and you don't have a front plate. Are you honestly questioning why you're getting pulled over?

You openly admit your car is a cop magnet. No front plate, loud exhaust, No registration, and a banner. The only thing you're missing is front tint

The only reason I say all this is because I'm in the same spot you are.
My car currently has a loud exhaust I have tint on all 6 windows of the car. 15% all around and 55% on the front. I have smoked corners as well. My car defiantly turns heads when I drive by local leo's. When they pull me over I'm respectful also, as you stated you are as well. However I can't complain when the leo is just busting my balls lol. I hate it, but I can't get mad because at the end of the day I'm violating local laws.

I think if you had a current registration and fixed the issue with your license the leo wouldn't have busted your stones about the banner and front plate. Clear corners is a new one though.

In my state they are allowed to be clear or amber colored and blink white or amber. Most corners are DOT certified as well.

Good luck to you. I would just recommend that you straighten some of the "Silly" things out and I think you will have a more peaceful driving experience
I make it a point as soon as the officer says hello (which he didnt) and I say hello to ask what I am being pulled over for. SPECIFICALLY. He said my front windshield sticker was obstructing my view. I responded with, my view of what, the sidewalk? At that point he started mouthing off, so I responded back with knowing who he was and how last time he pulled this sh!t I had it all thrown out like I would this time. He then walked my car like that last time and wrote up everything he could find.

Just because my car is a cop magnet does not mean it is breaking the law. Like I posted before, all the citations I received were erroneous and all the modifications were within the law. I show respect where respect is given, just because he is a police officer doesn't mean he can pull me over and act like an assh*ole. If he starts mouthing off to me, he's gonna get it right back. It felt awesome to say, 'hey remember last time, yeah, told you'.
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