Good driving habits, if not the letter of the law, require two complete
stops and visual checks: one for pedestrians before crossing the
sidewalk and one for approaching vehicles before entering the roadway.
if that happens, i just want some advance notice because im gonna get
a contracters license. i wanna build some of the thousands of jails
that its gonna take to hold all those speeders, left turn violaters
and stop sign runners. i could use the money.
No - he's saying that a driver that can't drive responsibly, they lose their
license. The penalty for driving without a license would be jail time. I
don't think he's advocating loss of license for a speeding ticket - rather a
pattern of infractions that indicates the operator can't be responsible.
You are involved in a accident. Somebody cut's you off and you whack him in
the right rear. You are supposed to have your truck under control at all
times. You made the contact, you did not drive responsibly, you are in deep
Hell, they don't put repeat drunk drivers in jail. They are driveing drunk
without a license.
I know what he is advocating but imho it is unrealistic.
LOL, sorry to burst your bubble Max but quite a few defense lawyers are
conservatives, like just about all of the high priced ones. The only
difference between a liberal defense lawyer and a conservative one is their
If at first you don't succeed, you're not cut out for skydiving
"Max Dodge" < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
Sorry to burst your bubble Tom, but a defense lawyer gets paid to lead the
jury away from solid conclusions. Thus he is a liberal. A Prosecutor is paid
to uphold the letter of the law, thus a Conservative.
What they do outside the courtroom/practice may be something entirely
different, thus why lawyers are so universally hated as being hypocrits or
But the fact remains... a defense attorney looks to open the range of
possibility, a prosecutor seeks to nail one possibility, almost a perfect
definition of liberal and conservative.
"There are four boxes to be used in defense of liberty:
Ya know, I hadn't looked at them like that, but yep, from personal
experience with divorce lawyers, you hit the nail on the head. My lawyer
fought conservatively, her's was a bleeding heart liberal . . .and so was
Yeah, you can guess that outcome from just that.
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